The Flash rebounds this week, thanks to a remarkable (and intertextually insane) performance by Mark Hamill and a developed backstory for Harrison Wells.
Yeah, but is there one for The Jetsons?
This Instagram presents images that could be from Blade Runner: located in the actual twenty-first century.
An ancient lake bed in Portugal yields the remains of a gigantic prehistoric amphibian.
“Nerd life you live in it / no types prohibited...“
Comic-Cons and Cosplay in Utrecht and Seattle, below:
There are a couple of very, very notable titles this week.
The next week of voting in our Greatest Fantasy Film Tournament is ready to run.
In this surreal, fragmented episode, Cole splinters to the weird part of 1987 Japan where he inadvertently sets Goines on the road to starting a plague, before being killed. We learn the identity of the Witness as we spiral back through the entire season and learn what the Striking Woman and her associates have been doing. We don’t know why, however, they want the apocalypse to happen, nor do we know…
I wasn’t always me, either.
Team Arrow battles Ollie’s doppelganger while Diggle and Lyla spend their honeymoon on a Suicide Squad mission.
Mar 25, 2015
Above: Some of The Flash‘s cast sing the theme from Firefly.
The Flash has managed a fine balancing act between Silver Age Superhero Comic and twenty-first century television. This week it stumbles.