Normally I'd totally agree— but given how the fact they were past their prime and popularity in the first film was a key part of the narrative, actual time passing could be something the play off of. It would be an opportunity to satirize the trend of decades late sequels. They could play off Star Trek doing the same… » 8/06/14 9:11am 8/06/14 9:11am

I am SHOCKED that there isn't a huge outcry from the Cinematographers of the world, cause yeah— you lose at least 1 or 2 f-stops worth of light when you put those glasses on. I hate it. Also, I wear glasses, but not contacts and I have to wear the 3d glasses over my real ones,, which further complicates things. » 7/08/14 9:48am 7/08/14 9:48am

The big mistake than Lindelof makes isn't that he doesn't answer questions, its that he forces us to ask the questions THEN doesn't answer them. If it was just a big question mark, I can live with that. Story as the result of the mystery is fine. But when his characters start to question the mystery and put the notion… » 6/30/14 4:43pm 6/30/14 4:43pm

I've always felt the animated series Batman from the 90s was the best. There's three types of Batman stories— superhero, gadget/science hero, and noir /detective. The Animated series was one of the view versions of Batman that managed all three equally. The Arkham games are the grown up version of the Animated series,… » 6/24/14 6:52pm 6/24/14 6:52pm

If Rob just did this thing I wouldn't mind. I take issue with the fact that as a source of material he's a very mixed bag. I understand that io9 is a blog technically, but it's grown into being a news outlet— they get press releases, do early reviews, etc. While news outlets have room for an editorial voice, I find… » 6/23/14 10:28pm 6/23/14 10:28pm