Just two weeks left till Stranger Things 2 is on! Enjoy this final trailer (or skip it and just wait for the show).
If I was still in school this would 100% be my bag of choice. The all new Steven Universe Cheeseburger Backpack.
Most baby boomers can still remember the Underdog theme song, sung by the well-known actor and comedian Wally Cox, who also voiced the character in the cartoon. The Underdog movie in 2007 introduced this character to millennials. Continue reading Vintage Comic Classics: Underdog
San Diego Comic Con is just around the corner, so it is time to make sure all your Doctor Who gear is up-to-date and ready to rock. From something simple like a t-shirt to an entire Dalek to really take your cosplay to the next level, there are so many options to show you are a proud Whovian. Step into our shop; it is much bigger on the inside. Continue reading Top Gear for Dr. Who Fans
Welcome to the darkest year of their adventures. All-new episodes begin July 30th at 11:30p ET.
Rick and Morty is Adult Swim’s most scientifically accurate animated comedy. Created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, it catalogues the bizarre misadventures of a bored scientific genius/drunkard and his socially awkward grandson, Morty. Their exploits tend to have unintended consequences for Morty’s dysfunctional family, especially his unfailingly mediocre father, Jerry. Watch Rick and Morty battle everything from interdimensional customs agents to Cronenberg monsters again starting July 30th.
The Big Bang Theory is a sitcom about a group of four socially awkward scientists and their (shock of all shocks) girlfriends. The level of acting and comic timing of the ensemble cast, coupled with the superb writing, makes for a winning series. In thinking about the series, it is difficult to come up with the eight funniest episodes, but here’s a good try, and they’re in no particular order. Continue reading 8 of Our Favorite Episodes of The Big Bang Theory
Why do we love Arrested Development so much? Because, although it’s smart, savvy, and beautifully presented, it’s a standard three-camera sitcom at heart. And because it copies one of the major television innovations of the 21st century, reality TV. The show is shot with a single hand-held camera, with a documentary-style voiceover (which is often funnier than the characters themselves). Every scene could be executed in the classic three-camera style, complete with live studio audience and laugh track.
When culture critics look back at the television programs that were written, produced, and released over the last 20 years, they will refer to them as the Golden Age of TV. From long running comedies like Big Bang Theory and Arrested Development and the epic awesome dramas like The Sopranos, to the pop culture staples like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Game of Thrones, to the critically acclaimed Breaking Bad and Dexter—TV has been dominating our leisure time activities since 1997. Continue reading Fan Gear Essentials for the Best TV Shows Since 1997
Westeros is divided among great Houses and families all bidding for the same thing: the Iron Throne. Some favor the sword, and others fight better off the field. Are you loyal to the crown or will you do anything to make sure the crown will sit upon your own head? It’s a dangerous world, and those with whom you choose to surround yourself can make all the difference. Always remember, “When you play the game of thrones, you either win, or you die.” Continue reading Which Game of Thrones House Is for You?
Jefferson Pierce is a man wrestling with a secret. Nine years ago, Pierce was gifted with the superhuman power to harness and control electricity, which he used to keep his hometown streets safe as the masked vigilante Black Lightning. However, after too many nights with his life and his family on the line, he left his Super Hero days behind. Almost a decade later, Pierce’s crime-fighting days are long behind him…or so he thought. But with crime and corruption spreading like wildfire, Black Lightning returns — to save not only his family, but also the soul of his community.
There is no question that Breaking Bad is one of the greatest shows to ever grace our television screens, but, when it ended, it left a Heisenberg-shaped hole behind in our heart. Thankfully, AMC also felt this ache and created Better Call Saul.
Better Call Saul is a critically acclaimed spinoff set in a time before the events of Breaking Bad. Naturally, since the New Mexico setting overlaps in both shows, so do some members of the cast. Here is a list of those familiar faces we are hoping to see again in the series. Continue reading Breaking Bad Characters We Can’t Wait to See Reintroduced on Better Call Saul
The only reason why someone may not love Dragon Ball is because they have never watched the show. Dragon Ball is not your typical Japanese anime. It is a life-changing experience! A memorable keystone of the childhoods of those who were born in the late 80s, all the way up into the early 2000s. For those of you who had the misfortune of not watching Dragon Ball or would like to take a trip down to memory lane, here’s a list of the nine reasons we love Dragon Ball. Continue reading 9 Reasons Why We Love Dragon Ball
Bacon pancakes, makin’ bacon pancakes,
Take some bacon and I’ll put it in a pancake,
Bacon pancakes, that’s what it’s gonna make,
Ha! Now this will be stuck in your head also!!
I’ll admit it. I was a bit bummed they bumped Samurai Jack and played an all new Rick and Morty. Then again it was a new Rick and Morty episode so we get both!!
Season 6 of The Walking Dead left fans shocked, heartbroken, and hopeful for the future to come. However, the cliffhanger left fans wondering who suffered their unfortunate fate at the hands of Negan and Lucille. Continue reading What to Expect from the Final Season of the Walking Dead
Any true hardcore fan knows that it doesn’t just stop at watching your favorite show. You live your favorite show by discussing it with others who love it just as much as you and, of course, by expressing to the world just how much you enjoy the show. You can show off your fandom for some of your favorite hit AMC shows with exclusive gear. Not just any gear will do. Check out these essential pieces that any true fan of some of the biggest hit AMC shows will want to have included in their collection. Continue reading Essential Fan Gear for AMC Show Enthusiasts
Marvel is best known for its male superheroes. Rarely do we hear about female superheroes taking the spotlight. With the few there are, they seem to fit into a pattern: beautiful, very capable, and lacking fashion in their everyday alter egos; but, what makes a female superhero is broadening, and this is where Jessica Jones comes into play. Continue reading 9 Things We Love About Jessica Jones
With Halloween over and Christmas on the way, the time for gift giving is upon us. Star Trek is fifty years old and still going strong, with a blockbuster film this summer and a new series on the way.
There is plenty of awesome stuff for any fan of the franchise. Below is a list of several items for a Trekkie’s Christmas shopping list. Continue reading Gift Items for Any Star Trek Fan
For some reason, Snoopy is the trusted Thanksgiving chef. Actually, this picture is likely an accurate depiction of a hectic kitchen on Thanksgiving, minus toast as the main course.
Every November you can be sure of two things: One, that Thanksgiving will be held on the final Thursday of the month, and, two, that A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving will air on TV. It’s a lot like the comfort food of Thanksgiving itself, an old familiar friend. We’re revisiting the timeless appeal of this Peanuts classic that first aired in 1973. What makes the special so relatable after 43 years, and how has the Peanuts Gang managed to stay so stylish the whole time? Continue reading The Timeless Appeal of A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
With five seasons already out, and new episodes of the sixth season premiering every Wednesday night, American Horror Story is getting more media traction than ever. The horror show, which premiered its first season in 2011, follows an anthology format in which each season revolves around a different spine-tingling theme, with some fan theories speculating that the seasons are all connected.
American Horror Story has received mostly positive reviews from critics, has millions of dedicated fans, and won 59 of the 230 awards it was nominated for. What explains the consistent success of the show? Read on to find out about the appeal of American Horror Story! Continue reading The Appeal of American Horror Story
Marvel’s Luke Cage is available for streaming on Netflix since September 30th and, if you were already a fan of the related shows Daredevil and Jessica Jones, you can expect a similar high-quality cinematography, musical score, action shots, and plot twists. But that’s pretty much where the similarities end.
If you’re familiar with the comics, there are minor differences between the TV character and the books. Nothing that changes the story substantially, though, but more of an adjustment to the reality of New York to the 21st Century.
If this is your first introduction to the Power Man, here are 9 things you should know about Luke Cage before diving into the Netflix show. Absolutely spoiler-free! Continue reading Nine Things You Should Know About Luke Cage Before Diving into the Netflix Show
The zombie theme is the most recurrent one in horror movies and, recently, in television shows. Everyone knows what they eat (braaaaains) and how they die, but no one knows how it all began.
The inexplicable epidemic makes us wonder “what if?” and the post-apocalyptic scenario starts creeping in the back of our minds. But before you run to your improvised panic room to assemble your survival kit, watch and learn from these top ten zombie movies and TV shows first.
The tone ranges from gore to humorous, sometimes even mixing both, but one struggle is common to all of them: What do you do in case of a zombie invasion, and can you be saved? Continue reading Top 10 Zombie Movies and TV Shows
CBS’s The Big Bang Theory is the new champion of nerd culture. The character of Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) has been especially fruitful thanks to his manic mannerisms, lack of social grace, and his choice of clothing.
Sheldon often sports t-shirts which reference various aspects of pop culture. Here, we will look at the different kinds of nerdy t-shirts that Sheldon has worn on the show. The four categories we will look at are: Superheroes, Comics / Movies, TV Shows / Math, Science / and Toys. Continue reading Sheldon Cooper’s Favorite Nerdy Tees
“Space, the final frontier.”
Words like these inspired our childhood and invoked our imagination. We wish we were in those space ships blasting off into warp speed or going light speed through mysterious galaxies.
Cartoons and animated television shows are great. Some make toddlers pee themselves laughing, and others make adults do the same. However, one show is attempting to bring comic relief to everyone, no matter their age. Continue reading Comic Relief: How “Teen Titans Go!” Is Reminding Us to Not Take Things So Seriously