Ink gives you his perspective of Batman’s “No Killing” rule.
Editor’s Note: I apologize for the poor Green Screen Quality. There were technical difficulties involved and the current state is better than it would have been, had I uploaded the original render of this video.
This video does not count as the return from hiatus. Editorials are not canon.
Even though the current state of TV isn’t perfect by any means, I would consider the mid and late 2000’s to be the dawn of a new golden age. Even though we still have to deal with Two and a Half Men, Glee, Honey Boo Boo, The Real Housewives and other such ilk, this is also the era of some of the best shows in decades. (Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Dexter, The Office, Louie, Mad Men, Sherlock, Downton Abbey, the list goes on.) Thankfully more and more shows are putting a bigger emphasis on better writing than ever before, but while I love serious shows like Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad as much as the next guy, sometimes all I want is a show that can make me both think and laugh, preferably at the same time. (Or at least something to tide me over when South Park is between seasons.) In 2009, NBC gave us what the doctor ordered with Community. Continue reading →
Samantha Maybe watches and attempts to rationalize The Bells of St. John. Enjoy.
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Music used in this episode includes:
A Samantha Maybe cover of Doctor What by Charlie McDonnell
Ladieswear – Doctor Who: Series 6
Time is Moving – Doctor Who: Series 6
Fish Custard – Doctor Who: Series 5
The Pandorica – Doctor Who: Series 5
Rita Praises – Doctor Who: Series 6
Eleven – Chameleon Circuit
One Minute to Win it – Wreck it Ralph Soundtrack
Next Stop, Everything (Finale) – Doctor Who: Series 5
TARDIS – Doctor Who: Series 5
We reach an interesting point in the intersection of television and comic at this point. The TV series, as any one familiar with both forms of media will tell you, is moving at a much faster pace than the comic does. In addition it’s moving at a much faster pace than the TV has in the past. What does this mean for the future of the show? In my opinion nothing but good things can come of this. I think the writers realized how good the upcoming material was a decided to do crazy things like consolidate entire chapter into one single TV episode. Has it been working? Yes I believe it has been working quite well, and I’m really interested to see how far they get in comic land by the end of this season. The speed of season 3 does mean that I have more TV comparisons to make so lets get to it!