Category Archives: Television

Give Peacemaker a Chance

There’s a new trailer out for the upcoming Peacemaker TV show on HBO Max and this whole thing looks like a hoot and a half! I loved The Suicide Squad movie this past summer, and I definitely look forward to more of that same wildness on my TV screen.

I am always down for fun new comic book content on TV. I have loved all of Marvel’s Disny+ shows — and am currently loving Hawkeye — so if DC wants to give it a try of taking big screen characters and actors and putting them into fun TV shows, I am all for it! Give me more content! Give me more things to watch!

Peacemaker arrives for our viewing pleasure on Jan. 13.

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That Raunchy Christmas Special You Didn’t Know Was Coming

I am a diner on all manner of modern day cartoons. It’s an interesting landscape, with some bright spots. Hopefully a new, raunchy, stop motion-animated Christmas special will be one of those bright spots. I didn’t even know Santa Inc. was a thing, but here’s a trailer!

It looks fine to me. I like Sarah Silverman. I like Seth Rogen. They want to make a raunchy Santa Claus movie to air on HBO Max? Yeah, sure, I’ll definitely watch. Perhaps it will even be good.

Santa Inc. arrives on Dec. 2.

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A Couple Easy Peasy Monday Videos

So it’s Monday. It’s also the last day of my vacation, and Thanksgiving week, where I’ll pretty much be going on a second vacation out of the office as I travel home to hang out at my parents’ house. So honestly, I’m not feeling very workmanlike at the moment.

So how about some easily digestible internet comedy videos?

Like an Honest Trailer for the What If…? TV show!

Or how about How Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Should Have Ended!

Or even How The Suicide Squad Should Have Ended!

Simple, enjoyable videos, so that if you swing by my blog on this lazy Monday, you’ll have at least something sorta nifty to watch. And that’s what matters the most!

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Centaurworld and He-Man Are Coming Back!

I am a big fan of cartoons. And we live in a day and age where there are just a metric ton of fun new cartoons coming out every day. I recently finished the first season of Inside Job on Netflix. Have you heard of that one? I’m pretty sure it flew entirely under the radar. But I watched both that and Chicago Party Aunt this fall, both of which are pretty watchable. We are surely living in a post-Rick and Morty cartoon world.

At any rate, all of this build up is to share two fun trailers for upcoming second seasons. First up is Masters of the Universe: Revelations, the follow up to that apparently controversial first season, because the internet breeds nothing but contempt. I liked the first season, and I look forward to the second.

For one thing, that trailer had an appropriate amount of Ram-Man. Season 2 arrives on Nov. 23, so basically a week from now. That’s pretty cool!

Second, we’ve got the trailer for the second season of Centaurworld, which is great, because I didn’t know it was getting a second season. Centaurworld flew so far under the radar that I was really excited about watching it…and yet I still forgot it existed for at least two months. But then I did watch it and I did enjoy it!

Centaurworld season 2 arrives on Dec. 7! So you’ve got plenty of time to watch the first season to be all caught up. We’ve got some great cartoons and shows ahead of us through the end of the year!

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Oh Yeah, The Book of Boba Fett

You best believe I’m excited for The Book of Boba Fett. I’m only human. I love Star Wars. I love The Mandalorian. I love Baby Yoda. And I love Boba Fett. He’s great! The badass bounty hunter with the coolest set of armor in the entire galaxy? What’s not to love?

The first trailer arrived yesterday for The Book of Boba Fett, the TV show coming to Disney+ in December.

And it looks great! Just a teaser for now, but a wonderful teaser. Boba Fett is going to take over Jabba the Hutt’s place as underworld kingpin, and that sounds pretty cool. The Fennec Shand along for the ride! This show should be a heck of a lot of fun!

The Book of Boba Fett arrives on Dec. 19.

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