Celestron Nexstar 102 vs 130

Hello my fellow amateur astronomers. I am a big Celestron fan and I actually own both a Celestron telescope and binoculars so I […] The post Celestron Nexstar 102 vs 130 appeared first on Giant Freakin Robot. SOURCE: Giant Freakin Robot - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

‘Last Flag Flying’ (review)

Produced by Ginger Sledge, John Sloss Screenplay by Richard Linklater, Darryl Ponicsan Based on Last Flag Flying by Darryl Ponicsan Directed by Richard Linklater Starring Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston, Laurence Fishburne, Cicely Tyson, Yul Vazquez, J. Quinton Johnson What does service really mean to your country? Does the feeling really change over time or is it something that is born again in every generation with the same fire and fury as the one previous? And what if, in that desire to [Read Entire Story]

Six Ways ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Delights

Oh, look! The fall TV season is well under way! And I’ve been watching, folks. Not as much as usual, but I make sure I catch The Good Place (NBC) and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (The CW). The day will come when I write about The Good Place, everyone’s favorite high-concept afterlife comedy. But today I want to talk some more about my favorite time-traveling superhero screw-ups. I have shared some praise of Legends before. Last season, Legends of Tomorrow shot up in fun and creativity as The Flash [Read Entire Story]

Graphic Breakdown: ‘Kid Lobotomy #1’, ‘Black Crown Quarterly #1’, ‘4 Kids Walk Into A Bank’ TP & More!

Welcome back to Graphic Breakdown! It’s Friday and it’s time for the weekend! But first, here are some comic books to get the weekend going! Kid Lobotomy #1 Written by Peter Milligan Illustrated by Tess Fowler Published by IDW Publishing Peter Milligan is a classic comic book writer who has always produced good work. Yet, he isn’t as widely recognized as some other writers. I’m not sure why that is but his latest, Kid Lobotomy, is a joy. It’s a satire and it [Read Entire Story]

Reviews: a masterful finale in Grandville – Force Majeure

Grandville: Force Majeure, Bryan Talbot, Jonathan Cape (UK) Dark Horse (N America) To say I’ve been looking forward to this book for some time is an understatement – Bryan was kind enough to show me a few pages on his iPad when he was at the Edinburgh Book Fest last year, knowing how much I’ve enjoyed the preceding volumes (they’ve all made my annual Best of the Year lists). But I’ve also been a little reticent as well because, well, it’s the final Grandville [Read Entire Story]

Today @KirkusReviews…

...I talk about Brian Conaghan's When Mr. Dog Bites: He’s a fan of wordplay, and has developed his own personal slang, a creative combination of stream-of-consciousness, cockney rhyming, pop-culture references, and plain-old Scottish teenager. All that, when peppered with the unintentional vocalizations that fly when he’s nervous or upset, guarantees that you’ve never read anyone quite like him. SOURCE: bookshelves of doom - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Graphic Breakdown: ‘Batman’, ‘Batman: White Knight’ and ‘Deathstroke’ Rule The Rebirth Week!

Welcome to Graphic Breakdown! It’s Wednesday and you know what that means! DC Rebirth day! Here are some titles to get you going! Batman #34 Written by Tom King Illustrated by Joelle Jones This is part two of Tom King’s story “Dream of Me.” Batman and Catwoman go off on a spiritual quest across the desert and it’s a hell of an adventure. King is hitting his stride on the book and this is a surprisingly emotional storyline. This issue finds Batman in the desert [Read Entire Story]