Oh hell’s yes! Shatterstar has been confirmed to be played by Iron Fist actor Lewis Tan in Deadpool 2. This is awesome news! I’ve been a huge fan of Tan since I saw him on Iron Fist. He was by far my favorite character that appeared in that series. Plus he’s super hella-hot! I know it may be too much to see much of Shatterstar’s bisexuality in the upcoming Deadpool 2 movie, but I can still hope. I am going to start binge watching the show, Into The Badlands, which he is set to be a part of season 3 as a reoccurring character.

Check out Lewis Twitter site for more info on him. Here’s one of his latest Tweets:


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The Toys That Made Us, the documentary series based on children toys, has been renewed for a second season according to Hollywood Report. This does not count the second half of season one that will include four more episodes set to air on Netflix within a couple months. If you have not watched this series yet, check it out. They’re great and so informative. The first four episodes are based on Star Wars, Masters of the Universe, Barbie and GI Joe. The second half will include Transformers, Hello Kitty, Lego and Star Trek. What toy series do you think season two should be based about?

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Archer Season 9, which is only 8 episodes, officially starts on FXX on April 25, 2018. The series has been a hit or miss for many fans of the series. They moved away from their original premise of being a spy agency to being drug sellers, then working for the CIA, then becoming a private investigation agency and last season all took place within Sterling Archer’s subconscious as he lays in a coma.

This upcoming season is described as: In the middle of this, seaplane pilot and semi-functioning alcoholic Sterling Archer is drinking, screwing, gambling, and generally bumbling around French Polynesia with a smart-ass parrot named Crackers,” executive producer Matt Thompson explained at the Archer panel. “Welcome to Danger Island.”


The whole cast is set to return for season 9, with all of them playing new roles similar to season 8’s Dreamland storyline. Aisha Tyler (Lana) will be a princess. Jessica Walter (Malory Archer) will still play Sterling’s mom Malory Archer, but she will be a bar owner. H. Jon Benjamin (Sterling) will will play Archer “except that he’s got an eye patch and he’s a sea pilot.” Amber Nash (Pam) will be Archer’s “loyal sidekick and co-pilot.” Judy Greer (Cheryl/Carol) is heiress Charlotte, who initially arrived on the island to celebrate her honeymoon, but “her new husband caught her in bed with Archer and took off.” Chris Parnell (Cyril Figgis) will be German spy and playing a Nazi intelligence officer pretending to be a breadfruit exporter. Lucky Yates (Krieger) will be the voice of Crackers the parrot. Adam Reed (Ray and co-creator of the series) will be the impeccably uniformed French Capitaine Reynaud.


FUCK YES! I’ve watched this three times. I still cannot tell if Shatterstar is in there or not, but I am hoping yes. This looks so badass. I know I’m joining the hype train, but I love Deadpool. I didn’t at first and people who cosplay as him are everywhere, but I love him. This trailer totally got me excited. What did you think?


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Did you know that homophobic Vice Führer Mike Pence released a children’s book based on his pet bunny Marlon Bundo? Coincidentally, Last Week Tonight’s host John Oliver released a similar children’s book that is also based on Marlon Bundo called A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo. However Oliver’s books is described as “picture book about a Very Special boy bunny who falls in love with another boy bunny.”


The proceeds of Oliver’s A Day in the Life of Marlon Brando will be donated to The Trevor Project and AIDS United. The book has sold out on Amazon, however Oliver stated that “they’re doing a reprint, so you can still buy it. It’ll take a few weeks.”


If you are interested in this book, you can put the physical copy on your Amazon Wishlist or order the digital version. Their link is located over at: https://www.amazon.com/Tonight-Oliver-Presents-Marlon-Bundo/


Zachary Levi is set to play the big Captain Marvel now almost exclusively known as SHAZAM in the DC Cinematic Universe’s 2019 SHAZAM movie. His costume has not been revealed until now. As a cosplayer, I think it’s quite accurate in a comic book standpoint. There will more than likely be lots of CGI lightning effects added to much of it as well. So I can just imagine how it will look on screen. Dr. Thaddeus Sivana, played by Mark Strong, has also been shown on set. What do you think of their looks?


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There is a Supernatural/Scooby-Doo crossover entitled “Scoobynatural” that airs on Thursday, March 29, at 8 p.m. ET on the CW. This should be hilariously awesome! Entertainment Weekly has a first look at this episode that I have been waiting for patiently for the past few months. It will be a real episode that has the Supernatural Winchester Brothers, and their angel boytoy, Castiel, crossover into the cartoon Scooby Doo world. It sounds like fan fiction, but it also seems like a great idea to happen in a cartoon episode as well. Personally, I am excited to see how this will be play out. I do think the art of Castiel looks odd, but it’s not a deal breaker or anything. I’ll give my thoughts on the episode when I see it. What do you think?


The final issue to Iceman has come out. Bobby Drake is an Omega Level mutant and his ongoing series was phenomenal under the writing of Sina Grace. He has gone through a lot of drama but he is beyond a doubt one of the most amazing of the X-Men. Here’s my thoughts on the last issue in this attached video. What did you think of this series?


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I absolutely adore Winnie the Pooh and Ewan McGregor is a crush that I have had for as far back as I can remember first seeing him. It helps a lot that he was also younger Obi Wan, but I liked him before that. This movie looks to be a different take on the Winnie the Pooh story that is taking place after Christopher Robin has grown up. The movie Hook immediately pops into my head. I am so ok with this and want to watch it. What do you think?


The 90s were a funny time for all media outlets, including comic books. Marvel Comics made a Swimsuit Mini Series where a few of their characters visited different locations on trips/vacations. The series involved many different artists with their interpretations of what those individual characters would be in a relaxing watery environment. I want them to do another version of this. It could be epic!


Some are practical but others are just totally out there. Who thought it would be ok for Nomad (pictured above) in a string bikini with his baby ‘Bucky’ looking up at his package. You can’t make this stuff up.


Luckily the other art don’t involve anything like that, but a few are still a bit out there in wackiness. I’m pretty sure that Doom above brought that blow up doll to Wakanda for him and Kingpin to share. Anyways though, as you can see, the artists did not just focus on females and many males were shown in this comic book mini series and they are just as sexually objectified as their females counterparts. Here’s a few of them that I enjoyed from the series.

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