We know what you’re thinking, so let’s stop right there. munchman is hot on this site right now, sure. He has a Big Following, definitely. But even if you disagree that the posts we’ve cited above are the best of the best (although how could you?) that doesn’t mean that these choices are – oh, what’s the word? Yeah, ” pandering.”
No, no, no, no. They’re marketing, is all.
MARKETING, we say.
EDITED BY LB TO ADD: FTR, I disagree with “TeamTVWriter” today. I think munchman’s mellowed out too much recently. The posts above are all way too soft for me. My choices for Posts of the Week are:
Sailor Moon Manga Gets New Anime Series in Summer 2013
The idol group Momoiro Clover Z, publisher Kodansha, and creator Naoko Takeuchiannounced on Friday that a new anime adaptation of Takeuchi’s Sailor Moon manga is being produced. The new anime series is aimed for release next summer, andMomoiro Clover Z will perform a theme song.
…because, we assume, there’s an embargo on such things for now.
This Is Not a Review: The CW’s Pilot Arrow by Tim Surette
Alert! This is not a review. I repeat, this is not a review. Throw a “p” on that, please, ’cause this is a preview of the early version of a pilot, a pilot that will almost certainly undergo some form of change before it airs in its final form. Consider this a first impression of a work-in-progress.
Our first impression is that either SpoilerTV.Com or Tim Surette is an age-spotted (sorry, LB) coward. Or both. Yeah, let’s just say both.
Our second impression, though, is that smells like a big CW hit. No, not because of Stephen Amell’s manly forearms, we’re talking something real here: Sharp pointy things (like arrows, wake up!) are, you know, US.
What? You don’t recognize Bruce Helford, creator-writer-producer of ANGER MANAGEMENT? I’d know him anywhere because – and this is a big reason for loving on him – look at that, uh, look. The man’s got style written all over his, uh, chin.
And if that’s not enough, look at this interview he gives at Collider.Com. The man’s a mere creator-writer-producer, for crying out loud, but he’s got balls big enough to speak, in public, about Charlie Sheen. And we know what happened the last time a creator-writer-producer tried that. Oh, wait…