In this episode of Geek Me Five, host Montez McCrary will be discussing the long-running DC television series, Smallville.
In this episode of Geek Me Five, host Montez McCrary will be discussing the history, synopsis and lasting legacy of Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark knight Returns, in five, well-summarized points.
Here’s the thing: I may NEVER tire of the “RKO Outta Nowhere” phenomenon, whether it’s in the squared-circle, out of the squared-circle, or crudely inserted in funny internet videos. Thankfully, the folks at Vigeo provided me more entertainment by offering up some comedy starring Randy Orton and some unexpected enemies, such as The Avengers, The Rock, Iron Man, Shia Labeouf, and more. After watching The Viper take down … Continue reading Randy Orton RKOs the Actors, Wrestlers AND Marvel/DC Cinematic Universes…
This lovely piece of comic-book superhero hilarity comes from friend of The PractitioNERD, David Eaves. David sent me a link to this awesome graphic displaying what certain superheroes dating profiles would look like if they were hosted on FreeDating’s UK web site. This profile for Mr. Billionaire Bruce Wayne (the Dark Knight himself), but if you want to see the whole thing, click on this post and see the full graphic after the break! ENJOY! Continue reading “Superhero Dating Profiles [courtesy of David Eaves]”
This week on WIRed, Amazon may want their Seattle HQ in biospheres, Germany fights vandalism with drones, Princess Zelda draws her life, and my favorite RKO’s by Randy Orton. Also, my has the “S” on Superman’s chest changed over the years, and E3 2013 STUFF!!!!! Continue reading “Amazon Biospheres Transit Drones Draws Zelda’s RKOs – WIRed #51”
FINALLY, the new Superman movie “Man of Steel” opens today, and now you can’t go anywhere (in real-life, on television, the internet, etc.) without seeing the iconic Superman symbol on practically everything (not that I’M complaining)! Now, thanks to the folks over at HalloweenCostumes.com, we have a lovely infographic that chronicles the upgrades and changes to that classic “S” on Kal-El’s chest (which — debatably— means either “hope”, or “The House of El”) in its use in comics, television and movies (might as well include general pop culture). Click past the break to view the entire thing, and only then will be truly ready to experience the film… Continue reading “The Superman “S”: A Visual History”