In what is sure to be a purely woke version of Firefly, Boom! Comics (a division of Marvel) is releasing a new all-female heist story, according to BoundingIntoComics.com. What is […]
We consider The Orville “Star Trek” because it IS Star Trek. I’m not just talking about a different timeline or alternate reality. I’m talking about another whole Star Trek universe. Is that so bad to fathom?
It seems like Ed Boon and his team are STILL listening to the fans when it comes to criticisms of Mortal Kombat, and are still dedicated to giving us a great and wonderful product to enjoy.
Get Over Here!
The “creative” team behind STD should be sued for false advertising. They aren’t “creative” at all. If anything, they’re creatively bankrupt, in that they have yet to produce one single original idea and put it on screen.
Why STD Got Renewed and The Orville Won’t [UPDATE: The Orville Renewed for a Third Season, Officially Announced!]
“Star Trek softened up the entertainment arena so that Star Wars could come along and stand on its shoulders…” – George Lucas
If you were planning to come to Japan during Golden Week, good luck. You’ll have a blast but you’ll be experiencing everything Japan has to offer at a 200% inflated price range.
(Social media is) a tool to share ideas, even if they don’t agree with yours. It started out as the true meaning of the Vulcan IDIC (infinite diversity in infinite combination). Now, it’s turned into the Borg Collective where if you resist the narrative, you will be forced to conform or face deplatforming (“Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated.”).
SJWs are petitioning to have Brie Larson fired and replaced by an LGBTQ+ woman of color as Captain Marvel(.)
Back in its day, Star Trek was the trend-setting science fiction genre to beat. Everyone copied their formula. Granted, Trek took cues from other science fiction franchises, but did so in the most epic fashion