Superman: Red Son is a graphic novel (168 page comic) that reimagines how things would have played out if Superman landed in the communist Soviet Union instead of the USA. I LOVED it!
Orphan Black’s first season ended this past Saturday, and wow what a great season it’s been. It’s a strange show – a kind of sci-fi drama – that was filmed in Canada and aired on BBC America. Season 2 is set to run with 10 new episodes in 2014, but you have plenty of time […]
Sequestration – a string of wide-reaching mandatory federal budget cuts – has led to delays at many US airports, as FAA personnel are forced to take furloughs. Flight delays? I can deal with that. But what I’m having trouble accepting is that 2013 New York Fleet Week is going to be minimized this year. It was […]
Starcraft II Heart of the Swarm – an expansion to the 2010 Starcraft II Wings of Liberty release – is due to be released on March 12, 2013. It continues where Wings of Liberty left off, with a focus on the Kerrigan/Zerg storyline. Starcraft is a real-time strategy game where you mine resources, build up an […]
MarvelUK released the first official Iron Man 3 trailer earlier today. The movie comes out May 3rd, 2013 in the USA.
I’m a huge fan of Scott Kelby’s digital photography book series. They’re not so much technical guides as they are practical how-to and tip guides. The 4th volume just came out a few weeks ago, and early reviews seem to be quite positive. You can order a paperback copy for less than $15, and a […]
Sweeeeet. What I’m wondering is who the baddies are in the movie. It’s clear that Loki is a bad guy, but who’s flying those pod-like spaceship/aircraft things? The new spiderman looks… interesting. With this one, I’ll probably check the reviews before heading to see it.
The folks at adafruit shared this video they found of a 1923 presentation that explains Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. I watched the ~20-minute video, and found it to be both entertaining and enlightening. It will make you think, but only a little bit. The Einstein Theory of Relativity 1923 from ricordidimenticati on Vimeo.
Astonishing X-Men: Gifted is a motion comic based off of a graphic novel of the same name. After watching through the 6 short episodes (~11 minutes each), I find myself craving for more. The story is mostly centralized around a newfound “mutant cure,” and full of action and drama. The motion comic visual styling is a bit […]
Captain America: the first Avenger is now out on Blu-Ray and DVD. It’s got action, it’s got comedy, and of course great performances by Chris Evans and the lovely Hayley Atwell. Hugo Weaving does a superb job as well, with his evil baddie Red Skull role. Buy it now or rent a digital copy via […]