In hindsight I should have put a pie in there instead of popcorn. Also for some reason the text shifted when I created the PNG file. I don’t understand that. But yes, if you have access to the internet, Shout Factory TV and livestreaming site Pluto (which has an MST3k channel) will be doing the annual Turkey Day event where Joel Hodgeson and new Satellite Of Love prisoner Jonah Ray (and of course it’s going on Netflix…I’m starting to hate that site) will be counting down the fan-chosen favorite episodes of the original Comedy Central and Sci-Fi Channel Mystery Science Theater 3000. I’m hoping to catch the rerun since my family sadly doesn’t have this as part of their tradition.
So I can’t hold it back anymore. This week we get into the first WildStorm Thundercats miniseries, the least offensive of the lot. We’ll also be getting to the few issues of the actual Zero Hour: Crisis In Time issues I own. I don’t have all of them so I can’t review the full event, but I’ll do what I can, perhaps do an article where I look into synopses of missing issues like I did for Secret Wars II and the unpublished Simon Furman Transformers stories. I’m also trying to figure out what to do for Thanksgiving on the site since it won’t be my priority and I also have to get Friday’s reviews ready as well as decide if I’m doing Art Soundoff for Thursday or Friday to focus on the holiday. As for Saturday I’m out of graphic novels for now but there is one collection I’ve been meaning to finally look at, the digital comics in my ComiXology storage. So Saturdays (until I unbury another GN or trade that isn’t Scanning My Collection material) will be devoted to that, which means the possibility of an extra DC or Marvel review that week.
Speaking of Art Soundoff, we’re close to the end of the event and we have new additions to the list, if you want to check them out. Enjoy.