A lot of stuff is on tonight including the end of Luck and the return of Mad Men.
The season continues with an episode that, while still solid, was no where near as good as last week’s. Check out the synopsis, what was good, and what could have been better.
Season 16 continued Wednesday night with the show taking on a very popular industry and who it affects. Check below for the synopsis, what made it good, and what could have been better.
TellTale games released the first trailer for The Walking Dead video game earlier this week. They’re going to handle it like they did Back to the Future and make it five episodes where your decisions affect the remainder of the story. You can even pre-order the PC/Mac version right now here. Pre-ordering will also enter you for a chance to be a zombie in the game.
Check out the trailer below.
This is a variant cover by Skottie Young for the first issue of Marvel’s upcoming event comic Avengers vs. X-Men. It’s only available from Midtown Comics, it’s $8, and you can buy it here. You could also wait to buy this as a poster from your local comic shop in June.
My favorite part is the marital strife of Storm electrocuting Black Panther.
If you’d like to buy one of these head over here. It’s only available for the day.
This week Eric Powell’s The Goon #38 reaches a new creative highpoint.
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Oh, Will Ferrell, you silly man. At one point you had a lot of built up good will. You were in some great movies, specifically Anchorman, and were considered to be very funny. Now, a lot of people just straight up don’t like you. You’ve let them down too many times to be a sure thing. I was not one of those people, however. Casa de mi Padre might just change that.
Ferrell plays Armando, a ranch-hand tending to cattle on his father’s land. His brother Raul (played by Diego Luna) comes back home with a new woman, and a drug war pitting Raul against La Onza(Gael Garcia Bernal) ensues. That synopsis isn’t very in depth, nor does it make too much sense, but that’s the gist of the plot.
Tuesday’s episode of Key & Peele was the season finale. It wasn’t the best of the season, but it was still pretty good.
Picking on The Phantom Menace is kind of like stealing a little kid’s lunch money at this point. But, still, this is very amusing. Not only was the drama horrible, but the fight scenes, which sucked, were also horribly choreographed. Check out the proof below.