Have you checked out what on the slate for TV this month? Looks like we’ve got several new sci fi shows hitting the air, as well as new seasons of a few old favorites. If you’re looking for something awesome to watch this January, we’ve got a few options for you to consider.
Other than the show Humans on AMC, Fear The Walking Dead is one of the shows that I’ve been most looking forward to returning on our TVs. And just today AMC announced season two! And we’ve got two pieces of good news for fans like me.
With a Deadpool movie coming out in less than 2 months time, you can bet there are going to lots of Deadpool merchanise including toys and stuff to take advantage of the hype. Being a Deadpool reader, here are my picks on what are the best stuff for sale that a Deadpool fan might want to get.
Well, are you ready for the release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” on December 18th? Yeah, that’s just a few days from now, so if you’re not prepared yet – we’ve got you covered. From what to wear to that midnight showing to where to buy your tickets before it’s sold out to the best order to watch the movies in before you go see the new one. Start now and you’ll be ready just in time for the big night.
There was a big rumor that went live on HeroicHollywood.com this morning claiming the the original Captain Marvel, Mar-vell, was the father of Starlord. This of course sent fans into a discussion frenzy. However, director James Gunn came out with guns blazing saying that this rumor was not true. So ended the Mar-vell rumor. Despite this episode, we still have to figure out who Starlord’s father really is and that is what I will attempt to do here.
Episode 3 of the new Supergirl TV series was pretty awesome. (Spoiler alert!) It features Superman coming to the rescue of Supergirl when she was about to be killed by Reactron. That raised an interesting question in my head. What is the difference in the power set between Superman and Supergirl? How can one defeat a villain whom the other couldn’t? I know this is a geeky question but since this is a geeky blog, I should answer it 🙂