Random Nerdery: The Outlaw Johnny Black, The Endless, Netflix’s Lost in Space
Michael Jai White takes blaxploitation to the Old West, a trippy new horror film, and Netflix remakes another classic series.
Random Nerdery: A Silver Surfer Movie, Ta-Nehisi Coates & Captain America
The Sentinel of the Spaceways might finally get a good movie and the First Avenger gets an acclaimed new writer.
Statamic’s “Bard” Is an Elegant-Looking Approach to Content Management
Bard combines an unobtrusive text editor with very customizable content block functionality.
Random Nerdery: iZombie, Wilde Life, Blossom Detective Holmes
The CW’s zombies returns for season 4, a supernatural comic book, and Sherlock Holmes gets an anime twist.
Soaring Through the Spaceways With the Silver Surfer (Review)
Dan Slott and Mike Allred’s take on the Silver Surfer is a far cry from the comics of my youth — for better and worse.
Random Nerdery: Black Dynamite, Billy Joel & H.P. Lovecraft, Summer of ‘84, Animaniacs
A screen legend is back, a musical match made in R’lyeh, more ’80s nostalgia, and the return of the Warner Brothers and their sister.
Random Nerdery: Bruce Lee’s Lightsaber, a 16-bit Last Jedi, Reviews of Black Science & The Bone Clocks
Nunchaku lightsabers kick ass; the controversial Star Wars climax goes vintage; and reviews of a reality-hopping family drama and a psychic-powered modern fantasy.
Random Nerdery: Netflix’s Bright, IDW’s G.I. Joe, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters
More orc cop action is heading our way, G.I. Joe comics move beyond mere nostalgia, and crazy kaiju action comes to Netflix.
G.I. Joe’s Phantom X-19: The Best Toy Stealth Fighter
It’s a shame that a vehicle so cool never figured more prominently in the G.I. Joe mythos.
Random Nerdery: Netflix’s Altered Carbon, Alita: Battle Angel & Mamoru Hosoda’s Latest
Netflix’s upcoming series gets dystopic, an acclaimed cyberpunk manga is coming to live action, and a modern anime master returns.
Random Nerdery: Star Wars, Tsutomu Nihei’s Blame!, and The Silver Chair
A new Star Wars trilogy, Netflix plans a Blame! sequel, and Eleven might be going to Narnia.
Star Trek Has Always Been More Religious Than Its Creators Want or Realize
It’s a stretch to say that “religion basically no longer exists” in the Star Trek universe.