Hey There True Believers!
S.H.I.E.L.D. is back from it’s hiatus and man… this show is finally starting to heat up! This week we saw some shit! You may recall that Skye was dying at the end of the last episode and was inserted into a hyperbaric tank. Does she make it? Read on to find out…
Greetings again all you geeks out there swooning for another woman warrior, today I bring you another girl that could easily be an Amazonian warrior. I apologize ahead of time to Arthur for bringing up a film that horrifies him, but the daughter of the Omaticaya’s clan leader is too strong a force amongst women for me not to give her a share of the spotlight this month. Neytiri was in some ways born in to power, but she never lets that get in the way of becoming the best warrior, teacher, friend, and lover of life that she can. She is definitely not a spoiled princess.
Wait a minute….what day is it? If you’re looking at yourself wondering where Lillith is, I’m sorry to tell you that she has been taken hostage, so unfortunately you are going to be stuck with me today. I know what you’re thinking….that I had some kind of hand in getting her kidnapped….which is completely false. I have been tasked with figuring out what has happened to our master of the wild, and I will be doing my absolute best in locating her. We received a ransom note, and all it did was just make the whole thing that much stranger. I have a hunch as to what happened, and the clues seem to fit, but it can’t be…..let me explain.
The sky is open to me, but I guard what is below
My master and captor decides who will go
He has the woman, but your mind is his lust
If his question goes unanswered, her bones will turn to dust
Cross me and you will find my ultimate treasure
Go underneath me and it will be my pleasure
What the hell is that? Obviously , much like myself, I am assuming you all have come to the same sort of conclusion…..ninjas….no? Am I the only one? Alright, alright. What would be the first thing that pops into your head for this….shall we call it a riddle? A riddle indeed. Besides Blaine the Mono and the Riddler, there aren’t that many beings that would be willing to leave or enjoy a good riddle. This was left on the door of the Evil Lair, driven into it with a wood and stone hand axe, much like my future wedding invitations (which if you take my idea I will cut everything out of you and drag it behind my car on the highway.) High alert ran rampant throughout the Lair and Lillith’s wolves would not stop howling. I felt bad for the poor guys. They seemed to have some kind of scent, and they hated it. It was driving them crazy. So I did what I vowed to do, which was finish Lego Marvel before starting the search in earnest. I took my spellbooks, my undead, and the wolves. Let’s do this.
I could probably spend an entire month just writing about all the things I love about the show Firefly, but sadly I think I would bore you all to death, or maybe commit several of you to more hours sneaking in time at your cubicle to read my mind-blowing posts rather than being productive at work. But this month’s theme gives me an excuse to spotlight several female characters from my favorite show. I know a lot of people might think of River Tams first when they think of warrior women from Firefly, yet I want to give some credit to this kick-ass first mate first.
Welcome back Northmen and Northwomen to another recap of your favorite pillagers; The Vikings! Last week left us with quite a bit of shit to clean up so hopefully this week everyone brought their shovels. Episode 2 of season 2 is gearing up to be pretty crazy as my boy Athelstan is finally donning his armor and standing behind the shield wall on the frontlines. Will he lop off some heads? Or will he realize that he misses his original savior instead of Ragnar? Let’s blister this asshole.
Mornin’ Evil Geeks!
We’ve seen images of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For all over the net recently, but the first official trailer was released for the August 22nd release and we’ve got it right here for you! The story of the same name follows Dwight, who we saw in the first movie played by Clive Owen, a man who had to literally change his face because of what happens in Dame to Kill For, so this is kind of a prequel (just because of how they arranged the first movie,) and Dwight is played by Josh Brolin. It’s really not as confusing as it sounds. Just check out the trailer below: