Tuesday, August 30, 2011
*This Review Contains Spoilers*
If you tuned into HBO before True Blood aired you were treated to a chilling trailer reminding us all that blood will be shed. And tonight in “Burning Down the House”, we saw the first Truebie fall.
Saturday, August 6, 2011
In the days following the 2011 edition of San Diego Comic Con International, various panel reports continued to mention one of the major hot-button issues currently in the comic industry. Following the full announcement of DC’s 52 re-launch extravaganza it was found that the number of women working at DC Comics in a creative capacity would go from an already low sixteen women to a staggering two in total by this September. This is by no means an acceptable figure, and it’s giving the new 52 more bad press than it ever wanted by proving how ultimately damaging the re-launch experiment could wind up being for the brand’s image as a whole.
Thursday, August 4, 2011
I have good news and bad news. The bad news is this season of True Blood is already halfway over. The good news is we still have six whole episodes left before we crawl into our cubbies and wait for the show to come back on again next summer.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Every actor who finds themselves in the Emmy race for lead in a drama series this year should be very thankful that their frequent competitor Bryan Cranston is not alongside them. Because the amount of emotion and presence he puts forth in the cold open of Open House is more than most actors put forth in an entire season—including sweeps week.