previously reviewed after seeing it in theaters. Still stands up, and this time, the massive destruction in New York didn't bother me as much. Like many, I left the theater thinking it wasn't addressed, but while those moments are small, it kind of is (and a lot of buildings survive getting only glancing blows from the leviathan creature). The things you think about when you're watching a blockbuster the second time... The DVD I got has only one small featurette in which the cast members talk about all the other cast members, with some behind the scenes footage run under the voices. It's perfectly fine. The jewel of this release is Joss Whedon's commentary track though, and I know he's got his detractors, but he's always been one of my favorite commentators on stuff. No silences, a mix of deprecating humor, solid making-of information, and insight into scriptwriter and filmmaker story-telling decisions. I didn't feel like I needed a second disc full of supplementary materials after that.
RPGs: Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space RPG. The Shepherd Season 2 episode 2: The Scarred Planet
Hyperion to a Satyr posts this week:
Act IV, Scene 4 - Classics Illustrated
Your Daily Splash Page this week features a splash from every DC title, alphabetically, from Justice League to Justice League: Generation Lost.