The first season of USA’s Mr Robot ended last night after a one-week delay for the finale and we need to talk about it. After watching all 10 episodes I’m left…confused? That’s an honest question because I’m not even sure if I’m confused, that’s how confusing I found this show. I may understand it all perfectly and not realize it. Jump after the break if you care to join me in this exploration of such a unique show.
[WARNING: IT’S IMPOSSIBLE TO TALK ABOUT MR ROBOT WITHOUT SPOILING MR ROBOT SO IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED MR ROBOT BUT ARE THINKING ABOUT WATCHING MR ROBOT THEN YOU SHOULD PROBABLY GO WATCH MR ROBOT BEFORE YOU READ THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE ABOUT MR ROBOT. HOW MANY TIMES CAN I SAY MR ROBOT IN THIS SPOILER WARNING? SEVEN, APPARENTLY. ]
So, I was looking around the Net for Gabbing Geek content, and discovered Rainman.
Rainman is a South Korean artist who does cool limited edition action figures. He sells them off his site, usually for a couple hundred each, and…well, that’s about all that’s known about the guy. Oh, there’s a few other bits and pieces here and there, but unless you have $400 dollars (minimum) to drop on something of his, you probably won’t be buying one.
Fight Club remains one of the all time great plot twists of all time. When a 10-issue comic book series for Fight Club 2 was announced, I was concerned how the story goes forward after that big revelation. Now a few pages have been released along with a synopsis that has me intrigued. More after the break, just in case you’re the one person who reads a geek website but hasn’t seen/doesn’t know about Fight Club (because nobody will talk about it).