The team plays super-powered musical chairs. Amazingly, no one dies. Many chairs were harmed in the filming of this episode.
The problem with assuming a proliferation of streaming services will encourage healthy competition is that media isn’t fungible.
People don’t want to see ANY show – they want to see a PARTICULAR show. A real competitive market would involve shows being made available via multiple services, affording consumers meaningful choice in obtaining the shows they want. The present arrangement - each show exclusive to one particular streaming service - is textbook ANTI-competitive business practice.
Have a happy, safe Pride. https://youtu.be/qpipLfMiaYU
Marvel antagonists: “I wear ALL BLACK and THREE PIECE SUITS and kill people because I’m SAD inside.” #lukecageseason2
Meanwhile, in Gotham, villains with an actual aesthetic and presentation.
Mostly because no one can outdo Bruce Wayne in “i wear all black and three piece suits and beat up people because i’m sad inside” ( https://unpretty.tumblr.com/post/153292019448/unpretty-unpretty-well) so they had to come up with something else.
There's a lot to unpack/question in shared knowledge.
For instance, Is it _actually_ dangerous to rub a pregnant woman's feet? I've been cautioned against it by just about everyone I know, but now I wonder if it isn't just some kind of misogynist bullshit thing (somehow pregnant women... What? Deserve discomfort?) Sounds crazy, but then there's Georgia, et al., and crazy seems pretty in-bounds.
A tour of Disneyland's Star Wars Galaxy's Edge in 30 photos.
The team deals with midterm drama.
The team spends two tense days preparing themselves for a prophesied encounter between Magus Everard and Doctor Infinity. As the fight emerges, they activate Leo’s time-space anchor and engage in battle against two powerful foes. Intro music by Mikhael Bureau.