The Mad Men series finale “Person to Person” was this past weekend. I had to let it sit with me before I was able to formulate an opinion.
This show isn’t about action, it’s about character, and I was on the edge of my seat to see what Don Draper would do. He went from being cock of the walk to another cog in a machine, then he decided to step off the path. That to me was utterly fascinating. Continue reading
Season 3 of Arrow has not been my favorite, but the season 3 finale episode, My Name is Oliver Queen, has officially done it for me. I will not be returning for season 4, unless there’s some amazingly compelling reason that turns season 3 into a bad dream.
Where to start… where to start… Continue reading
It’s here, it’s here, it’s here, Moone Boy season 3!
Watch it on Hulu now. Continue reading
I’m revisiting this post, with a little updates.
Who remembers Visionaries Knights of the Magical Light? This thirteen episode series was brought to you by Sunbow, the same company that gave us G.I. Joe and Transformers. This time they used TMS for the animation, and again, this was a Hasbro toy that Sunbow made an animated series out of.
Daredevil premiered on Netflix last week. Took me a while to get more than one episode in, but I’m liking it. For those who don’t know, Daredevil is about a blind lawyer named Matt Murdock (played by Charlie Cox) who lives in Hell’s Kitchen in New York. When he’s not practicing law he’s keeping the city safe by beating up bad guys. Continue reading
This week’s episode of Arrow had to mull around in my noggin for a while. But my gut reaction remains the same over the weekend.
Why is Oliver Queen becoming Batman? And why is the Atom Iron Man?
Let me explain, Oliver or “The Arrow,” is now the latest obsession of Ra’s al Ghul. In that Ra’s wants Oliver to take his place as the head of the League of Shadows. You also have his daughter Nyssa around in the happenings of Starling City. I get it, it’s gritty, a lot of stuff takes place at night, you have vigilante justice with a code, there are criminals in every nook and cranny, but Green Arrow is NOT Batman. Continue reading
Community season 6 has premiered on Yahoo! The first episode is entitled “Ladders,” sold! Then we get “Lawnmower Maintenance and Postnatal Care,” as the second episode, awesome.
I’m not sure how this was accomplished, but the first episode picks up right where we left off, it’s as if Dan Harmon never left the show and NBC never canceled the show. We get caught up with characters and introduced to new characters very seamlessly, what helps is that it’s done up front so that we can get right back in to the hijinks that we all know and love, and then missed, and then we’re now reunited with. Continue reading
All throughout this week I kept thinking about the double feature of Transformers and G.I. Joe the movie that I attended last weekend. Seeing them both back to back, I’d have to say that the G.I. Joe movie was better. I know, crazy! Cause a new DVD copy of the Transformers movie can fetch over $100, while the Joe movie you can still get for about retail. Continue reading
This weekend was my birthday weekend, and I spent it in nostalgia. Starting off with the Back to the Future art show, a movie that I cannot say enough about, but was (and is) a big part of my childhood. But then on Saturday evening… a couple of my friends went to the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood to see a double feature of Transformers: The Movie and G.I. Joe: The Movie! Continue reading
Gary Owens died yesterday, February 12th, at the ripe old age of 80. He will forever reside in my childhood as the voice of Space Ghost, the Blue Falcon and Commander Feral from The Swat Kats.
Gary Owens’ voice was instantly recognizable, he voiced more than 3,000 cartoons, and was the announcer on Seasame Street since its inception in 1969.
For some reason I remember Owens from this video staring Fred Savage and every little boys dream… Dinosaurs! We’d watch this in the library on certain days, I think they were the rainy days when we couldn’t go outside for recess;
Owens started out in radio, then transitioned in to the small screen, but somehow found his way into our hearts. Owens came from a time long since past, but his voice was timeless.
You will be missed sir, your lovely baritone belonged in entertainment, in all its forms. But you’ve left us with great memories.