The Badlands are forging new alliances and facing new enemies. This season of Into The Badlands sees more episodes, which means more characters and more fights. Sunny’s on a mission, the Widow is looking for a fight, and Lydia is playing a dangerous game.
Lewis Tan, a Hapa martial artist/actor is perfectly cast in the hit show Into the Badlands, a show lauded for its beauty, fight sequences, and diverse casting.
WICOMICON was everything you could ever want in a convention: cosplay, vendors, and panels. The crowds only grew throughout the day and there was a sense of joy and community that I hadn’t felt at any other convention.
It’s been a week since the Crazy Rich Asians trailer dropped and I can finally calm down! I’ve been waiting for this since 2016. I’ve held my breath and now that’s it’s here, I couldn’t be happier.
The pop-up con has been dubbed WICOMICON, an Algonquin word that means “a place where homes are built.” The one-day con will last all day from 10am-7pm. Admission at the door will be only $10 ($5 for FanCon ticket holders) and free for children under 12.
Things are heating up on Into the Badlands! Season 3 starts off with a bang and gets straight the point: the Badlands is going to war. There’s so much to look forward to this season: more episodes, more characters, more fights and more magic.
Jesus Christ Superstar was a fun, frolicking musical that has been stuck in my head for days. After a string of mediocre musicals, it’s refreshing to watch a dynamic performance that balances drama and camp. Hopefully, we have more staged concerts like this one to look forward too.
Each episode is its own little gem. Ugly Delicious is less of a David Chang extravaganza, and more of a true documentary. Think Vice; not Rachel Ray. If you like food shows (Chef’s Table, Mind of a Chef, etc), then chances are you love Ugly Delicious.
Everything Sucks! is like Stranger Things and My So-called Life had a baby and its best friend is Boy Meets World. A show capitalizing on nostalgia, it still has all the heart you want from a high school drama.
Order 9066 is named for the executive order, signed by FDR, that gave the army permission to “relocate” the Japanese in America. The podcast is a well-produced, well-researched deep dive into the history of what caused Internment, why it happened, and how it was rolled.