The setup and follow through to Cadets: 2 Ship of the Gods by Edward Miller, sequel to Cadets, is fast-paced and doesn’t mess around, just like the enemy they are facing.Declassify >
I don’t usually write a review for a single podcast episode. I usually write about a podcasts over the long haul, either their entire run or at least the 20+ episodes I have listened to.
But then I heard Episode 24 of Podcast Without Borders: 7 Days A Geek with guests Jason and Grant. And the pen hit the page.Declassify >
My knowledge of Ant-Man, Hank Pym, Scott Lang, and Wasp doesn’t come from reading the comics, but I knew about them in a way familiar to many geeks: from conversation and osmosis from friends who do read the comics about the pint-sized powerhouse.
At best, I think I’ve read one or two issues. But I was still excited to see the character on the big screen, making his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut.
And Marvel did not disappoint.Declassify >
Special Report by Agent Z
MTV is planning to launch a televised Shannara series. I imagine my reaction to the announcement was shared by most fans of the popular fantasy novels. MTV, really? The network known for producing reality television was taking on the massive undertaking of adapting Terry Brooks’ novel, The Elfstones of Shannara.
My initial anticipation was tepid given my negative perception of the network’s programming.Declassify >
This past weekend thousands of my fellow geeks descended upon San Diego, California for the 2015 Edition of the Annual San Diego Comic Con. And while I did not attend, I kept a keen eye on my Twitter feed.
Unlike most Comic Conventions, San Diego Comic Con isn’t just about the comic books; their artists and writers, it’s become an annual launchpad for movies and television announcements and debuts.
Here’s my recap of the ten things that caught my eye from this year’s Con!Declassify >