Michael Bay nerd movies being an attack on Good Childhood Memories is about as valid a position as the War on Christmas.
I like when a “bad” nerd movie does well and nerds are forced to confront that they are not in charge.
Starfire has defeated the Anti-Monitor. Fun combo at the end with Larfleeze+Canary Cry+Apokolips to weaken the A-M. http://t.co/96ZjW5Uluc
Is this Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride vehicle new to Disney Infinity 2.0? http://t.co/N1GpzGwQXu
I wonder how much Nintendo will charge for those Hyrule Warrior costume sets once we get out of the preorder-exclusive phase. $1.99?
For 4th grade this year, we’re going to see how many research projects my son can get through using only the @tmbg song catalog.
Good business model. http://t.co/mYKanIEYar
I don’t think Nintendo will ever figure out if Yoshi is an actual character or just part of a herd of riding animals.
My verdict on these new Mario figures: Not great. http://t.co/ZEaAKuWYXo
I never received that text with the coupon from that Target Ninja Turtles quiz. So that movie must suck.
In comics, the artist makes all the difference. http://t.co/4NV4wGzjMr
Impossible Mode Deathstroke just showed up and destroyed Deadman and the Helmet of Fate. http://t.co/tfW6wV3lyL
Well now I’ve heard Christopher Lee talk about “The New 52″ so I guess I need a new bucket list.
When you have a review code and try to use it and overlook the fine print that the code is not active until later.
If Paul McCartney is somehow involved in the soundtrack, I’m starting to understand why Destiny’s development is so expensive.