The Huntress goes undercover for some reason, and Sybil talks about the importance of a good intro.
Author: Sybil Pandemic
Sergent “Frosty” Harrison is everyone’s favorite Colonial Marine. He’s tough, he thinks girls belong in the kitchen and gay people are icky. He’s the perfect person to scout out this abandoned faci…
Dinah meets her mother, the original Black Canary (Lori Loughlin!) in a perfect storm of terrible writing.
Solkir’s look at the WB’s Birds of Prey continues with the very special baby episode!
I start off with the greatest example of accidental foreshadowing of my entire career, and what once was just a terrible video game becomes the most hateful, offensive, misogynistic pieces of ficti…
With the announcement of Michael B. Jordan playing the Human Torch in a racially diverse Fantastic Four, Sybil takes a moment to talk about how comic book fans can still be the worst.
In New Gotham, metahumans are being killed by their own powers, and it turns out to be the work of a self-hating metahuman serial killer. This is the point where it all goes wrong, and we start to see Birds of Prey for what it really is: the worst.
The game drags out its length and wastes everyone’s time with what can only be described as “busywork.”
Solkir wanders down the Vegas Strip and marvels at the game’s inability to understand how parody works.
Solkir’s 13-part look at the WB’s short-lived superhero series Birds of Prey continues with “Slick”, where the Birds battle an evil metahuman who can turn into water.
Solkir abuses rats and fights a guy who shits missiles. He manages all this without weeping. Also, it was Mojo. Mojo was the character he was thinking of.
In part one of a 13-part series, Sybil looks at the both the aired and unaired pilots of Birds of Prey, the WB series loosely based on the DC Comics series of the same name, featuring Batman side characters Oracle, the Huntress, and not-Black Canary fighting the evil schemes of Harley Quinn.
As the most generous and selfless person in the world, I continue to play Duke Nukem Forever for your amusement.
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Solkir takes a break from self-loathing to play some ninja game he found on Steam.
It seems that I hate myself about as much as this game hates women, because I haven’t set my Steam library on fire yet.
The New 52 in 5 Seconds.
In this editorial, Sybil Pandemic talks about the concept of “mature entertainment” and how a certain company is doing it wrong by giving us a child’s version of maturity, undoing all their characters’ marriages and making them angsty, miserable, and hateful all the time.
The invasion begins again, and the aliens descend on Duke’s Penthouse. And he survives, to my eternal dismay.
I make a concentrated effort to make everyone in the game realize what a terrible shitty person Duke is, but [spoiler alert] no one listens.