As a consumer of fiction, I hate seeing errant plot points fall away. That is probably one of the most egregious errors a reader/viewer can come across, and lazy writing is usually the primary cause. This was why it was so nice to see Nolan aggressively go after Datak for the murder of Elah Bandik from two episodes ago. What is the charge? Weapons smuggling (fun)! Unfortunately, the whole episode falls apart almost immediately after. Find out why after the break!
The biggest mystery on Arrow – and definitely during the back half of the season – has been what exactly was going on with The Undertaking. Who’s involved? Why are they doing it? And perhaps most importantly, what’s their end game? Spoilers after the break!
The London Trio of Jenny, Vastra and Strax return to solve the mystery of dead people appearing in the river, skin red and stiff, and looks of horror on their faces. When the lizard-detective recognizes that one of the dead men have an image of the Doctor’s face imprinted on his retina, the Victorian-ninja is sent in to investigate, and the potato-soldier threatens a horse with summary execution. Read more
After a relatively long hiatus, Warehouse 13 is back and the fate of the world is hanging in the balance. It was disorienting to come back after such a long break, but the opening sequence jumping from a peaceful moment at the B&B (with what I’m sure is one of Artie’s last memories of Leena) to him lying seemingly dead on the helicopter got me back on board pretty quick. Be warned that spoilers will follow.
Sure, Space Junk may not sound like much, but in orbit right now there are thousands of objects zooming around the earth at speeds fast enough to escape earth’s gravity. And it’s a big problem for any space-faring civilizations.
Whether it’s caused by ship wreckage, mining operations, or just bad planning it has the power to destroy satellites, damage space craft and keep civilizations grounded for centuries.
Read past the break to learn how to use this deadly hazard in your game!