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Welcome to the InterNEAT! Volume 100July 21, 2015 | Alex Cadice
Happy 100, everyone! Kind of badass, right? No? You may be right, but let’s act like it is and pay homage to some of the most BA things that happened on the Internet this week.
‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ | Avenger Beer PairingsMay 1, 2015 | Jess Baker
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” is finally here! It’s no secret that, like Cap 2, “Winter Solider,” this storyline will shift the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it. Alliances will fall. Will we lose a hero? How much chaos will be left in the end?
The only thing that seems certain is that Earth’s Mightiest Heroes will need a beer (or seven) after the dust settles. The question is, which beer do these characters turn to? We kept it American (depending on which cities Ultron destroys, imports might be tough in the MCU anyway, right?). We’re also basing the picks on cinematic storylines, and not purely on comic book history (since that’s about to reset itself again as The Verge reports). Read More
Pop Culture Week in Review: 10/18-10/24October 24, 2014 | Admin
Marvel once again proves they are the coolest, most hip
In addition to the normal, modern mediums, the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ soundtrack will be released on a limited edition … Read More
Marvel Universe Continues to ExpandMay 29, 2014 | Christian Bolen Walker 1
It’s no surprise that Marvel’s new flick X-Men Days of Future Past put up some solid numbers for its opening holiday weekend, earning $111 million domestically and $302 million worldwide. Fans have come to expect greatness from anything in the Marvel Universe and they are very rarely disappointed (I’m looking at you, Fantastic 4 movies). While plenty of big budget action flicks also have solid casting choices and dazzling effects, Marvel Studios has pioneered a brilliant tactic when it comes to promoting future films and giving longevity to a franchise. By building the “Marvel Cinematic Universe,” the heroes not only star in their own movies, but also appear in each other’s storylines as well.
Pop Culture Week in Review 11/1 – 11/8November 8, 2013 | Nik Heimach
Usually when we start a Week in Review with, “this has been a slow week for pop culture,” it’s not entirely true. It’s a lament to a slow week for bombastic mainstream news. No, this doesn’t mean I’m putting on the hipster glasses, it just means there’s been a lot of niche news. While that’s the case this week, there was one megabust that dropped: Blockbuster is dead, long live Blockbuster. This time, it’s more than just a flesh-wound.
Pop Culture Week in Review: 5/24 – 5/31May 31, 2013 | Nik Heimach 4
School’s out for summer. Summertime. The boys of summer. Summer girls. Summer love. Summer breeze. Those summer…niiiiIIGGHHTTSS!
Whether you’re enjoying time off between semesters, a break from work, or stuck in the special kind of hell that is a 62º office when it’s beautiful outside, there’s no doubt the dog days are here at last. In any case, stay awhile and get acquainted with the pop culture news and previews you’ve been missing.