A David Letterman and Stephen Colbert Selfie.


A David Letterman and Stephen Colbert Selfie.


KINGDOM COME #4 (Aug. 1996)
Art by Alex Ross
Words by Mark Waid

As much as I loved the idea of Tommen being a very young, clueless, chubby fat kid who only liked kittens and stamping things in wax like he is in the book, it was worth ageing him up in the show for this scene alone.

Andrew Garfield is a better actor than Tobey McGuire (although I like McGuire’s Spider-Man better, so make of that what you will)
Emma Stone is a better love interest than Kirsten Dunst.
Dane DeHaan is a MUCH better than James Franco as Harry Osborn.

And yet Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 is a far superior movie than both of Marc Webb’s movies (and in my mind, better than most of the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe).

Oh, and Electro was absurd and had more than a few shades of Joel Schumacher’s Batman villains about him. Although like I said, Dehaan’s Harry was great.


the av club understands

And that’s why I keep my searches for Hannibal on Tumblr to a minimum.

The most interesting thing about the Purple Wedding on Game of Thrones isn’t so much that millions of people cheered on the death of a child (well, technically Joffrey is teenager the show); it’s that there’s absolutely zero backlash against those who did. And we’re talking about the same overly sensitive fan base that started throwing accusations of whitewashing when Pedro Pascale (a Chilean mind you) was cast as Oberyn Martell.

Just goes to show, everyone really wanted that psychotic little piss-ant dead.


"Kings" + Final Words


Yesterday on a Reddit “Ask Me Anything”, Harrison Ford answered the most controversial Star Wars question as if he had never stopped playing the role of Han Solo.