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Every so often, a sequel to a popular film creates unintended continuity problems that discredit or ignore major plot points from it’s predecessor. Usually it’s not a big deal, and these oversights go unnoticed by many – but not to me
By now, everyone and their cat has heard the plight of the Browncoats; Firefly cancelled before it could become the next Star Trek, the next Star Wars, etc. But what about the other cancelled genre gems?
In a world where a major event in geek culture can generate so much buzz it effectively “Breaks the Internet,” let’s take a look at a few theoretical headlines that would bring the collective masses to their knees.
There’s a problem that exists in the Marvel and DC universes which just freaks me the hell out. Beyond the monsters, both scientific and fantastical, there are beings whose existence in those worlds is just “wrong.”
I’m not what you’d call a casual gamer, nor am I hardcore. I can easily go months without turning on a console or launching some “free”-to-play game on my iPhone, but if I do get sucked into something it becomes an obsession.
Say what you will about the Abrams films. For all of the liberties (good and bad) they took with rebooting the series, they did do this one thing right.