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21 August 2017 11:46 am
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My favorite photo I took from my back yard during the eclipse.

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Posted by Cheryl Eddy

The true focus of the next American Horror Story season will remain a mystery until it airs, but that doesn’t prevent us from speculating like mad. (Who would have guessed Roanoke would be about reality TV?) Today’s clue dump comes from the opening credits for Cult—which are artistically creepy in classic AHS style.

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Posted by James Whitbrook

It’s a good time to be Jefferson Pierce. Not only is the character about to enter the live action realm thanks to the CW’s Black Lightning TV show, one of the character’s original creators is bringing him back in comic form too, giving us another new take on one of DC’s first major African American superheroes.

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Posted by Germain Lussier

We may be beating a dead horse by this point, but Obi-Wan Kenobi fighting Darth Maul in this year’s Star Wars Rebels was absolutely perfect. It’s so perfect, in fact, it makes me question the entire idea of a solo Obi-Wan movie which, of course, is now in development.

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Posted by Beth Elderkin

io9's Winter Forecast livestream returns with “Beyond the Wall,” the penultimate episode of season 7 of Game of Thrones, and there’s a lot to digest. Hosts Beth Elderkin and Katharine Trendacosta dive into the giant lake battle, Arya’s creepy Halloween masks, and whether that twist blows a huge hole in a popular fan…

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Posted by Brian Ashcraft on Kotaku, shared by Cheryl Eddy to io9

In the trailer for the upcoming Godzilla anime, we don’t get a good look at the titular monster’s mug. An official statue to promote the movie has gone on display in Japan, finally providing a real-life look at the anime version. Damn, does this Godzilla look old and melty.

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Posted by Charles Pulliam-Moore

Though we may look back at Heroes as a superhero TV show that quickly petered off in terns of quality during later seasons, you’ve really got to respect that original viral marketing campaign NBC used to promote it. “Save the cheerleader, save the world.” That helix symbol. And of course, the eclipse.

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Posted by Rae Paoletta on Gizmodo, shared by Rob Bricken to io9

Elon Musk’s home planet, which humans know as Mars, is abound with surprises. It has a moon crumbling under the weight of its own stress, might be suitable for growing potatoes, and harbors remains from a giant ancient ocean. Apparently, that’s just the beginning of Mars’ unreasonably wonderful weirdness.

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Posted by Andrew Liszewski

Last night’s episode of Game of Thrones, Beyond the Wall, might have come with a few questionable plot points and sloppy storytelling now that HBO has run out of books. But so far the season has made up for it with some of the series’ best action sequences, including a battle with a zombie polar bear that’s even…

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Posted by James Whitbrook

The Flash has added another big name to its supervillain roster in the form of Battlestar Galactica hero Katee Sackhoff—and not only that, she’s going to be part of the show’s latest “mini-crossover” with Arrow.

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Posted by Rob Bricken

If the cracks in Game of Thrones’ post-books storytelling were starting to show last week, they’ve now erupted into to actual fault lines. Last night’s episode was sometimes baffling, and occasionally outright sloppy on a storytelling level, as characters made countless questionable decisions—and yet the show…

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Posted by Germain Lussier

Sometimes, the smallest spark can start a fire. And for David Hasselhoff, he’s hoping his small role in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will remind people he too was in a classic science fiction series and let him bring it back in a suitably modern way.

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Posted by James Whitbrook

Adam Wingard says there will be a victor in Godzilla vs. Kong. Willem Dafoe discusses filming underwater scenes without water in Aquaman. Krysten Ritter says Jessica Jones season 2 is all about heart. Plus, new pictures of Deadpool 2's Cable and from the set of Avengers 4 and even more Han Solo movie set teases.…

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So farewell then.

21 August 2017 03:13 pm
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15 years is a long time and a lot of water has flowed under the bridge. But now it's time to say goodbye. No more threads after this one, we're closing down. The site will at some stage become a read only site. So if you want to leave your contact details in this thread for other posters to get in touch that would be great otherwise email us at whedonesque@gmail.com. The admins would like to thank the posters at this site. You made this site and we wouldn't have lasted as long as we could without you. So thank you. And if you want to mark our passing, please find a charity or organisation that deals with the treatment of Complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD) and leave a donation.

And a special thanks to Caroline who I had the privilege of meeting.

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Posted by Rob Bricken

That was one hell of an episode of Game of Thrones. So much fire. And even more ice! Let’s try to wrap our heads around everything that happened—if you’ve managed to catch your breath and/or pick your jaw up off the ground, that is.

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Posted by Julie Muncy

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was a success on the strength of its villain. But the William Shatner wasn’t sure a returning series villain was such a good idea.

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