Hello, my friends and potential food source. Spring is dawning here in the post-apocalypse, with its requisite rain showers, blooming flowers, and of course, the cannibal horselords of Old Sante Fe. Now who wants to talk about how incredibly awful that Joker variant cover of Batgirl #41 is? I sure do!
There's been a lot of excitement around the fact that ABC's Once Upon a Time is about to introduce Ella and a new Frozen-related story line. To which I say, great! Bring it on! But the thing I am absolutely ridiculously giddy about is Kristin Bauer van Straten AKA MOTHERFUCKING PAM FROM TRUE BLOOD is coming back as…
Frozen's conquest of every aspect of pop culture is showing no signs of slowing down. In this teaser for the fourth season of the ABC show, we see the snow queen walk the streets of Storybrooke, freezing nearly everything in sight.
Don't worry, I promise this post will not include any references to or videos of Let It Go. I will also refrain from making any corny "let it go" jokes. Moving on to the story.
This year's science fiction and fantasy television delivered amazing highs and terrible lows. But what were the most brilliant scenes, and what were the most horrific? We've rounded them up the year's best moments, along with some of the absolute worst. Spoilers ahead...
Alexandra Metz has signed up to appear as Rapunzel on Once Upon a Time. The actress — who plays witch Katie in Vampire Diaries spinoff The Originals — will appear for three episodes of the (often cheesy, sometimes boring, occasionally delightfully soap-y) ABC fairytale drama.
We all know that some of the characters on the comment boards in these parts are pretty fabulous. (I AM NOT BIASED), but this commenter really knocked it out of the park. I have been obsessing over this Relationship Chart made by LizTaylorsEarrings since I saw it last week.
Do you watch Once Upon a Time on ABC? I don't, but I sure want to now that I know how creative their promotions department can get. During this past Sunday's episode, an animated graphic popped up at the bottom of the screen. This is a normal (and very annoying) feature on ABC, but what made this one so special is…
After it's forthcoming release of Tangled, Disney's animation studios don't plan to follow up with any more fairy tales for the forseeable future. But what will our nation's little girls do without really boring animated princes to dream of marrying?