Well it’s Valentines day so I thought I would get in the mood by talking about one of the
best love stories on screen at the moment. That being the epic tale in………….
There’s something I’ve noticed in nerd circles for a small while now. See we’re coming out of our Mum’s basements and some are even showering. We’re having to in order to see the new Marvel and Star Wars movies and in order to get close enough to get a picture of that smexy cosplayer so that we can put that picture on our facebook later and claim we made out with them. The other thing we’re learning in all this is to be nice. Just because someone hasn’t read all the comics we’re learning to let them in the theatre and even have the good seats if they’ve paid for them. I like to think that part of the reason for this is my “award winning” post on letting the newbs bring money and attention into our fandom so that we can get more cool stuff. The problem is that I worry we’re becoming too nice.
I saw the new Spiderman last night and I can see why people are raving about Michael Keaton’s portrayal of an flying creature based comic book character. Slightly less so Tom Holland’s version of old web head himself. Now don’t get me wrong he’s probably the best one yet. Toby could do a decent Peter but failed when it came to Spiderman, while Andrew Could pull off the web slinger but was a miserable Parker. Tom is truly the guy who can do both. But if there’s one thing I’ve figured out is that you don’t get anywhere by being nice on the internet. Thus this is what’s wrong with…………..
So we’ve rounded up what mutants we have left for an all new x team and then we’ve renovated the hall of justice with a brand new JLA. The question is though, what do you do when you’re not doing a team? What happens when you’re handed a family instead. This is my………………………..
Right now we don’t know a whole lot about ‘Star Trek: Untitled’, the “soon” to be forth film in the kelvin timeline and fourteenth Star Trek film all together. So why then is the most popular theory atm being that it will end the nuTrek timeline and more importantly why are they wrong. This is what I think we’re going to see in …………..
Over at Hailing Frequencies Mike has grouped the sprawling mess that is the Star Trek movies into nice organised groups for us as to which are good, which are bad and the rest which are “alright I suppose”. This has spurned me on to finally get them all in a nice neat order so go make yourself a brew and get comfy, as I cover all fifteen out of the thirteen Star Trek movies, as we go from ‘Motion Picture’ to Beyond with the worst to best films of………………………..