Kamen Rider V3 ep. 27
All of those names are just gold
He’s pretty good.
“Charlie Brooker to Jon Snow: ‘You’re like a dog at the controls of a helicopter’”
back at it. you should probably take my name out your girl’s phone and block me on twitter while you still have a chance.
But what’s often left out is the second half of the story. Once Jaws hit and then Star Wars exploded, an age of experimentation quickly gave way to the age of blockbusters. Rather than use the newfound profits as a rising tide to lift all boats, studios treated these movies as a tsunami to wash all of the grit and interesting grease from their slates. In Hollywood, then and now, success doesn’t beget success so much as it instills a deep and profound terror of failure.
Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead have had a similar effect on television today.
|—||Andy Greenwald, at Grantland, on the end of this last Golden Age of television. (via twiststreet)|
Doctor Who in Marvel (and two). Marvel Premiere #58 cover by Frank Miller; #59 cover by Gene Day; #60 cover by Earl Norem, article by Mary Jo Duffy illustrated by Walter Simonson and pin-up by Walter Simonson (1981).
Doctor Who in Marvel. Marvel Premiere #57 (1981) cover by Walt Simonson, pin-ups by Dave Cockrum and article by Mary Jo Duffy.