With the rights to a new D&D movie coming up for grabs people are desperate for the villains to be wielding something a little more deadly than +1 Ichiban of lip protection and that the heroes can muster someone a little more heroic than Jimmy Olsen. Now odds are it will just be another D&D movie because you can’t just reboot something like this and expect to get away with it, for you see this movie spreads far deeper and further than you might imagine. It did not stand alone, no it was only the first so the question you’ve got to ask yourself is do you feel lucky punk. Because this isn’t anywhere near as infamous as the first one so is that because it’s not as bad or because it’s worse. There’s only one way to find out, locate your screen, grab your lucky d20 and roll for initative and for the love of god don’t split the party in………
When last we left our heroes a crippled necromancer, a rogue, a barbarian called Wayne and a cleric had joined together to rescue a bunch of priests from an evil bald guy and a cave Troll. They succeeded and so went to the pub. However we managed to set up a lot of interesting things. Where did the dragon eggs come from and what are they going to with them, who won the boxing match, why was Kevin Sorbo in this picture? Today we shall answer none of those questions and more in
Shortly after Kevin Smith redefined indie hits with Clerks and redefined cinema bombs with Mallrats some television executive decided to bring the “pop culture and expletive laden series” to prime time television. Clerks has been one of those pilots known as one of the worst in existence and also one of the hardest to find. So now that we’ve solved number two lets take a look at number one.
Geek History Lesson is a podcast that typically takes one character, group or construct from pop culture and reads the wiki page to you for about an hour. Hosted by a guy described as the Jar-Jar Binks of podcasting the series occasionally tries something a bit different.
One such episode allowed the two presenters to pitch their own X-Men team. Now they laid down the ground rules and so now, with nothing better to blog about I decided to try my own.
So I present to you the ‘Best X-men Team’?