Even as The Lone Ranger and Man of Steel shook our faith in popcorn movies to the very core, there was sanctuary on our living room couches in what’s turning into the golden age of television. As Walter White’s life imploded, or as Don Draper broke his daughter’s heart, or as the Stark lineage shrank before our very eyes, our favorite characters’ misery gave us unprecedented joy in 2013. But it wasn’t all darkness and heartache: there was the triumphant return of Arrested Development and Eastbound and Down and plenty of laughs with goofy new kid on the block, Brooklyn
Hi, I am Ian Gonzales and I have opinions. I’ve been writing for Unwinnable since the summer of 2010. I mostly write about comic books and movies (hence the title, Panels & Frames) and I curate our annual Best Comics list. This is a place where I will ruminate on whatever catches my fancy or my ire in this all encompassing box we call culture. So, here we are. Today, I am here to write about zombies.
Evangelos Odysseas Papathanassiou, better known as Vangelis, was born today in 1943. His progressive electronic soundtracks for Blade Runner, Chariots of Fire and Carl Sagan’s Cosmos are considered classics among science fiction and music fans alike. So what are you doing this weekend?
Today is the birthday of William Shatner. Celebrate his birth by listening to his cover of “Common People.” Enjoy your weekend, boldly. Here is what we are doing – what are you doing?
As 2012 comes to a close, Team Unwinnable tells you what their favorite comic books were this year and why.
Today in 1903, the Wright Brothers made their first attempt at flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Pretty cool! What are you doing this weekend?