I went to an early screening of First Man, and while I enjoyed it, I wasn’t blown away. It should be noted, this is a biopic about Neil Armstrong, so the technical details about the space program are in the background. What you have is a deep dive on Neil as a civilian pilot and… Continue reading Movie Review – First Man
Yet another IDW/Lion Forge comic that exists in a strange netherworld between reboot and continuation (much like the previously reviewed Knight Rider), this Airwolf: Airstrikes trade paperback is an anthology of mostly-unrelated stories starring a helicopter that sort of resembles the Airwolf you remember, starring people that at least have the same names as the… Continue reading Comic Book Review – Airwolf: Airstrikes
The action-packed fourth episode of Agents of SHIELD starts with…domestic bliss? A happy Inhuman couple making dinner gets a knock at the door and it’s Alisha, the Inhuman who can make duplicates of herself. She’s there to recruit them to Coulson’s team. A big change from when she was on the side of Jiaying. Unfortunately… Continue reading Agents of SHIELD Recap – S03E04 Devils You Know
Agents of SHIELD continues to spin multiple plates each episode, but all of the storylines are still interesting. This time around, the ATCU outs Lincoln as an alien threat on TV, and Daisy and Mack try to go to the rescue. Lincoln reaches out to his AA sponsor for help, and it seems to go… Continue reading Agents of SHIELD Recap – S03E03 A Wanted (Inhu)man
It might seem like an odd combination, Hellboy getting the cutesy ‘Itty Bitty’ treatment, but if you enjoy HB and want to get your younger ones in early, this is a good way. The bright, simple shapes are indeed cute, reminding me a bit of the Powerpuff Girls. Art Baltazar and Franco do a solid… Continue reading Lightning Book Review – Itty Bitty Hellboy
Holiday colored M &M’s taste different. Most notably the Easter-themed ones, in the pastel colors. People keep telling me that I’m full of it, but I can’t be. The holiday ones that are still the right color (red or some such) seem fine. Anyone else like that out there?
The Buffalo Sabres take the quick trip down to Pittsburgh to face Crosby, Malkin and the Penguins, 7pm on Versus. The Pens played yesterday against the Red Wings in a Cup Final rematch, winning in a shootout with some sick goals from the two guys mentioned above. Buffalo has a pair of 2-1 wins in… Continue reading Gameday 2009-2010 – Sabres at Penguins
As a slightly popular blogger, I get a good amount of spam comments, though most is caught by the filters. The rest vary from ugly linkfests to sneaky-sly advertising. Here’s a recent favorite (note, may be some swearing): name: step ladders Hello, Mr. Ladders! The lowercase name is edgy. And ‘step’, your parents were unique.… Continue reading Fun With SPAM: Most Important!!!
We went (as we seem to every year) to the open house at the Eggertsville Hose Company. Thomas loves it there anyway, and where else can you see a house on fire, a helicopter land and a car cut into pieces all at once? requiem for a dream movie wikipedia He just won’t give up… Continue reading Eggertsville Hose Fire Safety Day
With apologies/thanks to Kate at the Willful Caboose: Shut up, Favre. NOW I have an obsessive desire to click spam links before I delete them, even though I know that would just feed into the spammer’s ego. Being a real user of Facebook/Twitter instead of an idle one really helps make the connections. Good job,… Continue reading Five Things
That’s how you feel when you watch a winning team. The UB Bulls defeated the 12th ranked Ball State Cardinals 42-24 last night at Detroit’s Ford Field. I didn’t start watching until I read some of the stuff at the WNYMedia LiveBlog, which was about the end of the first half. It was great fun,… Continue reading Remeber That?
I do so love Coach’s Corner. Preissing is even gripping Soupy’s sweater a little. Let’s hear it: AWWWWW.