There was a minor controversy in the comics world after Bleeding Cool picked up an Instagram post from comic artist Trevor Von Eeden; a photo of a check, which Trevor described as his payment from the Black Lightning TV show. Bleeding Cool assumed that this check must also be indicative of Tony Isabella’s proceeds from the show. Naturally, Tony had something to say about that. I reached out to him and recorded an interview. Here’s a transcript of that conversation.
I remember, as a child, sitting in front of my grandmother’s old black and white television engrossed by an eccentric traveller who used his keen intelligence (as opposed to fists) …
One of the most incisive and compelling observers of the human condition, Harlan Ellison passed away in his sleep last week at age 84. Everyone who ever met him has a Harlan story, to the point that being in his presence was usually referred to as “witnessing the ‘Harlan Live’ show,” and we here at the Junk Shop are no exceptions. Here are a few.
It was June 16, 2008 when The Middleman premiered on what was then ABC Family. Ten years later, it’s time to celebrate this brilliant program and try once more to help nudge it further into Cult Classic status.
It seems – at least to me – that there is a subset of Star Trek fans who really don’t like the third season of the original series. Why is that?
The showrunners of NBC’s Timeless are asking our help this Sunday, May 6th. I think we should give it to them.
There’s an episode of the show Grimm that makes an interesting launching point to clear up a few misconceptions about Christianity.