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Community Holds Steady Versus Fresh Big Bang Theory



Community‘s latest venture into blanket forts didn’t collapse under the weight of its first face-off with a fresh Big Bang Theory since returning to the NBC line-up three weeks ago.Rather, Community – which, mind you, also battles with American Idol — pulled a 1.7 demo rating, matching its week-ago performance with the coveted 18-49 demo aka the beloved comedy’s second-highest tally since Sept. 29.

via Ratings: Community Holds Steady Versus Fresh Big Bang Theory, Awake Snoozes – TVLine.




Mars Attacks #1 Complete Box Set, Lame?



I’m absolutely over the moon at all the Mars Attacks merch coming out for the series’ 50th anniversary this year. That is except for the Mars Attacks #1 Complete Box Set, which sounds cool as a complete 55-comic set in a cool collectible box for (gulp!) $200.

But as hard as I tried, I couldn’t figure out when a 55-comic set of Mars Attacks comics were ever released. There was a set released in the 1990s that wasn’t nearly 55 issues long and a few comics in the 1980s but that was it. Then I read the details on the Complete Box Set, it’s 55 issues of the SAME #1 issue of the new upcoming Mars Attacks comic with all of the 55 variant covers of all the original Mars Attacks cards.

How lame is that!? Very.

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Stunt Rock Set to Air on TCM 3/31



Stunt Rock, an early 1980s movie about a stuntman who hooks up with a rock band for some seriously crazy action, is set to air on TCM early Saturday morning (3/31) at 2am. It’s directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith whom I have an affinity for who also directed two other fun films Turkey Shoot and The Siege of Firebase Gloria.

I’m still looking to get a copy of another of Smith’s films Death Cheaters but haven’t ever been able to.

More on Stunt Rock here.