Tag Archives: satire

Comics Panel: Your patience will be rewarded with the atmospheric Arclight and surreal Stroppy

Fans of Kathryn and Stuart Immonen have been waiting quite some time for their next graphic novel collaboration: Moving Pictures came out almost five years ago and their other joint projects have been fairly short. Both Immonens have done work for Marvel during their time apart, Kathryn writing Runaways and the acclaimed Journey Into Mystery, Stuart providing art for All-New […]

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Great Job, Internet!: In honor of Species’ 20th anniversary, here are some other alien women killing people

Twenty years ago today saw the release of the absolutely hilarious film Species, a movie in which Natasha Henstridge plays an alien seductress who has sex with guys and then kills them. It birthed two sequels, both of which Henstridge signed on for, so she probably has some affection for her first starring role. Neither of them are terribly good—though […]

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Interview: Daredevil’s new sidekick and status quo

One of the most exciting announcements of last week’s “All-New, All-Different” Marvel news avalanche was writer Charles Soule and artist Ron Garney taking over Daredevil, largely because of Soule’s background as an attorney. Soule’s legal knowledge made his run on She-Hulk a riveting exploration of the law in a superhero universe, but his Daredevil looks to be a considerably different […]

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TV Club: UnREAL: “Fly”

Monday was a significant day for UnREAL. First, Lifetime renewed the show for a second 10-episode season, citing the enthusiastic critical response and healthy DVR viewership as the reasons for granting the renewal despite the show’s dismal live numbers. Then, UnREAL premiered its sixth episode, “Fly,” the first episode to make me question whether the prospect of a second season […]

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Interview: Hannibal Buress on his new show and newfound celebrity

Hannibal Buress got started in the comedy business by fairly standard means, writing for Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock, but it’s smaller, riskier projects that have brought him his biggest successes, thanks to a willingness to question conventional wisdom, an uncanny grasp of what goes viral on the internet, and his very low-key (but very real) double-threat talents as […]

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