All Points Bulletin: Maybe Prometheus is Keeping People From the Theaters

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Narutaki’s picks:

  • New Cowboy Bebop . . . Figures
    I’m rather impressed that the two figures Play Arts Kai are leading with doesn’t include Faye. I will definitely be on the look out for Spike and if he can really stand in that kicking position they show in the photos that would be cool. Not sure about the face, doesn’t really look like him. Now I’m conflicted about the figure!
  • The Ultimate Troll?
    If you are a fan of The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes cartoon, then you may have heard the rumor that the show is being canceled. Turns out it may be an elaborate plot by a really angry Spider-Man fan.
  • Game of Thrones Attack Ads
    There is a lot of politics in Game of Thrones. There is also a lot of political ads going on right now for the upcoming U.S. Presidential election. So naturally these two things had to meet. No, sadly our presidential hopefuls are not using GoT in their own ads. Instead the war in Westeros is being wagged through SuperPac television ads now!
  • Guess I Won’t See You at the Movies
    Movie attendance just gets worse and worse and The Avengers stands as an anomaly. I personally love going to the movies but have to pick and choose carefully because ticket princes in NYC are $13-15 for non-3D showings! But apparently even the relatively lower prices elsewhere don’t encourage people.
  • 8-Bit in 8-Minutes
    Okay, fine, it is just under 8-minutes. This is a quick little documentary from PBS about the evolving artform of 8-bit art be it paintings or music.

Hisui’s picks:

This person does amazing A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) fan-art. This picture I’m posting is full of spoilers from the books so be aware.

2 thoughts on “All Points Bulletin: Maybe Prometheus is Keeping People From the Theaters

  1. Adam Wednesdays says:

    Y’know, between the crazy guy who hates “Ultimate Spider Man” and the roving packs of screaming dumbasses who felt the need to harass every critic who failed to proclaim that “The Avengers” was God’s Most Perfect Miracle, I’m starting to think that there are people who take this stuff a little too seriously…

    I’m also starting to think that choosing not to care about “Prometheus” was a wise decision on my part. So many people I knew were so excited about it, and I had no way to explain to them that their hearts were going to be broken. :(

    • reversethieves says:

      The War between the “who must defend their love from all criticism no matter what” and the “Sarcastros who must pick part everything” on the Internet is an eternal feud that mostly only hurts everyone in-between.

      If nothing else I think it has finally convinced everyone to have reasonable and guarded expectations for Blade Runner 2.


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