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time paradox

Good or Bad? Legion’s Second Season is Both!

What makes a good villain? What happens when the hero turns bad and the villain becomes good? These questions are posed at different times during Season 2 of Legion, but good vs. bad can also describe the show’s second season,… Continue Reading →

Final Space: Sentimental Science Fiction

Science fiction can be many things to many different people. For Final Space, the TBS Original Series produced by Conaco, it’s sentimental sci-fi that boasts both fun and sad adventures in outer space.

James Cameron Explores Science Fiction (Among Other Genres)

Remember back in the day when people actually bought DVDs, which highlighted incredible supplemental behind-the-scenes documentaries that explored related topics to their subject matter? Those were the best! Clearly I’m not a big collector, as I haven’t bought a DVD… Continue Reading →

Have We Actually Seen the Last of Samurai Jack?

Samurai Jack returned for a final season, 13 years in the making, after its initial run on Cartoon Network, airing on the Adult Swim programming block of the network earlier this year. The 10-episode revival felt like a stroke of… Continue Reading →

Traveling Time After Time

The funny thing about a TV show based on time travel, that doesn’t actually leave the present day is… well, it isn’t really funny.

Game of Thrones Just Introduced a Time Paradox. Yes, Really! (Spoilers!)

If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, and you’re up to date on the most recent episode, The Door, you know two things: where Hodor got his affliction and that it is part of a time paradox. This game-changing revelation… Continue Reading →

12 Monkeys

Creating a TV show based on a 20-year-old movie, which is also based on a French short film seems like a risky business model, but 12 Monkeys is pretty solid.

Marvel Apes: The Evolution Starts Here

As a direct sequel to the trade paperback, Marvel Apes, the monkey-verse gets introduced to a new menace: the Marvel Zombies!

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