When The Walking Dead went through the first half of Season Seven, the ratings dipped. Many cited Negan’s brutality as a reason, others suggested that the reason was that the shows problems were becoming more and more evident. Most thought it was a mixture of both. Either way, there are more and more people being… Read More And even heroes have their endings: The destiny of your favourite comic book show
With Orphan Black in its final season, Game Of Thrones having a later than usual Season Seven & Westworld looking to not have its second season premier until 2018… television marches on. So here are the new shows that could be worth checking out… Taboo (January 10th, FX) “Set in 1813, “Taboo” is based on… Read More Anticipated Shows for 2017
(cover image by Karl Simon Gustafsson) New year… and plenty of new years resolutions. Hopefully, I’ll get my hands on The Winds Of Winter, (as well as more Tolkien) but in the meantime, I shall (hopefully) find the time to actually read: His Dark Materials – Philip Pullman I’m currently reading this at the moment. The… Read More Books To Finally Read In 2017
With many houses, many words that are used. House words can encompass many things: they can act as a point of pride, as a warning / threat to enemies or a way to show wealth. Whilst some are underwhelming- like the Tyrell’s ‘Growing Strong’- many words are highly in impact. These words are from The… Read More Top A Song Of Ice And Fire House Words
The MCU- the Marvel Cinematic Universe is arguably one of, if not the most successful cinematic franchise this current decade. Selling alot of tickets, popcorn, toys, the 10+ films (and many more to come), plus some very well established tv shows such as Agents Of Shield, to the gritty Jessica Jones and Daredevil. The MCU… Read More Five Things To Love About The MCU (And Five To Dislike)
As we wait for “The Winds Of Winter“, here are some inspirational quotes from a series that can be the opposite of inspirational….
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