Tom and Hobby Box Burns discuss March Madness and the lack of college sports video games; discuss Captain Marvel and speculate leading into Avengers: Endgame; recap Season Seven of Game of Thrones and predict the final season; and give an update on the Final Fantasy Challenge.
In days of old Winter would start in Minnesota back in November or December. The snows would fall gradually from about the end of November, and in the month of March we would start to thaw. Ah, the good old days.
Now, it was 40 degrees in January and in February it seems like it snowed 4-6 inches every day, and always on a week day. I could afford to go out and buy a snowblower, but I have a hard time abandoning the notion that shoveling is manly and a sure sign of my virility.
John Gallagher is an entertainment illustrator who has worked in screen-based entertainment since 1995. His resume includes four seasons working on The Flash, as well as two on Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Falling Skies, Once Upon a Time and dozens of others. He also previously spent nine years working in video games at Bioware Corp prior to moving to film in 2008.
A co-worker just informed me that YouTube Red is releasing an internet streams series called Cobra Kai. That’s right, Cobra Kai, as in the evil dojo from Karate Kid. Cobra Kai takes place 30 years after the events of Karate Kid; and while the times have changed, Daniel and Johnny still can’t seem to get along. Yes, the original Daniel (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny (William Zabka) are going head to head once again… this time as adults. Continue reading “Preview: Cobra Kai”
**3/27 UPDATE** It appears that you can watch The Terror online via AMC’s website for a limited time so check it out while you can: The Terror
The Terror has been on my radar for a while now. It was originally a fictional book, inspired by a true story, that is now being turned in to a television series on AMC. Continue reading “Preview: ‘The Terror’ coming to AMC this March”
Tom Awesome’s Review Score: 9.75
CBS launched a terrifically funny show this year, and cancelled it after a single outstanding season. No, it’s not Man With a Plan or Kevin Can Wait starring a former Friends standout and Kevin James respectively. It’s not even Superior Donuts, starring whoever the hell is in that show. No, it’s my beloved The Great Indoors, starring Joel McHale. It’s the biggest traveshamockery since the untimely demise of Better Off Ted.