Don’t get me wrong, I’m OBSESSED with Disney’s Frozen. I will sing ‘Do You Wanna Build a Snowman’ and ‘Let It Go’ until my dying breath. But sometimes, enough is enough with all the parodies and covers. However, when you hear this Game of Thronesversion, you might change your mind.
Written by Joanna Robinson, Dave Gonzales and Gail Folsom (who also performed the song), Let it Go(T) is telling it like it is and captures all of the things fans of the series have been saying for four seasons.
When Marvel announced that Kamala Khan would be the next Ms Marvel, I was ecstatic; Kamala would be the first Muslim superhero. The publisher also promised that her Pakistani-American heritage would play a role in her story, and her struggle to find her identity as the daughter of immigrated parents would be a huge part of her journey. These promises are easy to keep in the first issue, the precedent was set and her debut delivered. The question is can these themes continue to be explored when the story escalates? The answer is a resounding yes.
Based on the popular video game series, Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fisttells the coming of age story of Ryu and Ken, along with the origins of the game’s most iconic characters.
Machinima is no stranger to live-action adaptations of video games, with Mortal Kombat: Legacy premiering on their YouTube channel back in April 2011. The show was renewed for a second season which premiered in September 2013.
Breaking Bad has a lot of fun with episode titles, with a general rule being that if the title doesn’t seem relevant to the episode it’s likely a hint about something else happening that season. For example, Season 2 ends with a fiery airplane explosion over Albuquerque. Well, if you chronologically combine the titles of certain episodes in that season it spells out: “Seven Thirty-Seven” “Down” “Over” “ABQ” with “ABQ” being the airport code for Albuquerque.
And then there’s the title of the series finale, Felina, a clever chemistry pun and fitting for the end.
Toronto-based photographer Paul Hillier (paulhillier) is an accomplished artist often seen at comic conventions and launches, whose photographic records impart a certain glamour to local nerdery, such as his latest project: an engagement shoot in the style of Blade Runner. Upcoming projects include a Scarlet Witch cosplay shoot with model Gillykins and artist Marco Rudy, Maleficent with Vudu Juju and Kink Engineering, and a series of tutorials at Anime North about how to suck less at cosplay photography.