Hello everyone and welcome to another night with Netflix, a.k.a. Brain Food At The Movies.
This time, I take a look at The Wolverine, the latest in 20th Century Fox’s attempts to keep a hold of the X-Men franchise.
It’s not as bad as The Amazing Spider-Emo, but still…
Also, in light of just how gun-totting they make the gangsters of Japan seem, I’d highly recommend reading this article, A Land Without Guns. Very enlightening stuff.
Hello everyone, and welcome to another episode of Fandom Sickness, wherein I call out the silent enablers who do nothing, say nothing, to help women who are sexually harassed at conventions.
This came about after hearing of yet another groping done at the SDCC this year, which you can read here.
As for some of the things I talk about in the video?
Lucille Ball SAVED Star Trek before it was ever on the air.
The Scarlet Pimpernel.
Hello everyone and welcome to a Top 5 list of Graphic Novels that you should check out that are NOT superheroes nor are from Marvel or DC Comics.
There is also a really good review of Kevin Keller’s mini series, which is part of the collected work that I reviewed, done by my good buddy Dennis Upkins that you can check out here and here.
In looking at the list, you’ll notice a few things about it:
1. No books on the list have a straight, white, cisgender, and able bodied male as the lead.
2. Women and women of colour are the leads in 4 of the 5 books.
3. There is LGBTQ representation in 3 of the 5 books.
Yes, I collect some Marvel and DC Comics, but those comics are few and far between, and more often than not they’re not the new comics coming out today. If the Big Two are not willing to change for the better and faster, then people WILL go elsewhere for comics, and they’ll find better alternatives that reflect who they are.
Hello everyone and welcome to the latest episode of Brain Food, wherein I discuss the latest series from Marvel written by G Willow Wilson, Ms Marvel!
And wouldn’t you know it? It’s a top seller at Comixology, actually beating out one Batman title as of the time of the release of its 4th issue!
Not bad for a new legacy character.
Hello everyone and it’s time for another episode of Brain Food!
In today’s episode, I review the most excellent and fun fantasy graphic novel, the Rat Queens!
Also be sure to go to the Rat Queens website and check them out there!
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 32 of Brain Food, wherein I review Afterlife with Archie!
It’s a really cool, creepy story of the Archie cast having to deal with a zombie outbreak, and I highly recommend it.
Well, after too long a time, I bring to you another episode of Brain Food, wherein I review the most excellent and fun graphic novel, The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury!
This book has been nothing but a great fun read and a wonderful experience, and you should all go out and buy it!
In fact, go the the Miranda Mercury website and check out the latest news from the writers!
Just mosey on over to K-Box’s LiveJournal and read for yourself.
But you may need a bucket or trash can on hand for if/when you vomit.
Here’s something I wanted to talk about every time a movie comes out that shows us an “empowered” White girl and says how she’s some sort of role model for all women because she shows that women don’t have to be fragile or delicate.
As much as I loved Brave and despised Snow White and the Huntsman, people saying this sort of thing really, really irritates me.
Know why it irritates me? Because so many women don’t get to be seen as fragile, delicate, or vulnerable. Most of these women are women who look like me.