Tuesday, December 30, 2014

The Best and Worst New Television Show of 2014, The Flash (CW) and Stalker (CBS)

The Flash on the CW is the best new show of 2014
The Flash on The CW is the best new show of 2014

The Flash on the CW is the Best New TV Show of 2014

The best new TV show of 2014 is The Flash on the CW.  Actor Grant Gustin plays Barry Allen, a super smart 20 something who is a CSI detective on the police force.  He is zapped into a coma the night that the particle accelerator exploded, sending a massive shockwave through Central City.  As a result, rather ordinary people gained superpowers, depending on their circumstances when they were hit by the shockwave.  In the show, these people with superhuman powers are called "meta humans." Barry Allen is just learning how to control his powers, and faces new challenges when meta humans go rogue, using their superpowers for evil.  Throughout the first season, Barry Allen must face the fact that his secret love - Iris West - must never know that he is the Flash, because it could put her life in danger.

The Flash is a spectacular show on the CW, and is a perfect fit with The Arrow already in its weekday lineup. This is why Z. Love's Entertainment Blog has picked The Flash as the best new television show of 2014.

Watch the trailer below:

Stalker on CBS is the Worst New Television Show of 2014

The worst new TV show of 2014 was Stalker on CBS.  Many different television critics voted Stalker as the worst new TV show of 2014, on CBS.

Some critics say that it is simply isn't cool to glorify stalking women in a television show.  It is just plain creepy.

This show stars Dylan McDermott as the lead detective, along with Maggie Q.  But, critics say the script is "bland and boring," or just "uninteresting." They have gone as far as saying Stalker is just a "trashy" version of CSI, and that it was just a plain failure for CBS.

They were trying to compete with Fox's cult show, The Following, but Stalker never gained solid ground.  That is why it is the worst new television show of 2014.

Stalker on CBS is the worst new show of 2014

Sunday, December 28, 2014

If Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue" Shoes Sold Out in Stores, Where Can I Buy Them?

Legend Blue Air Jordan 11
Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue"
The Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue" shoes were officially released on December 20, 2014.  They are sold at Nike.com for $200.00 USD, but they are sold out on the Nike.com website.

Where can I buy Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue" shoes?

This has left many Air Jordan aficionados asking, "Where can I buy these shoes?" This is a fair question to ask, but keep in mind the dangers of buying such a coveted item.

Dangers of Buying Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue":

  • You may be a target for shoe theft, or being mugged for your shoes.  
  • You may get swindled into buying knock offs if you buy them online from fake sellers on eBay.
  • You could be buying from an untrusted seller if you Google the search phrase: Where can I buy Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue"

Air Jordan 11 Legend Blue at Nike.com store
Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue" sold out at Nike.com

Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue" are in High Demand - Where can I buy them?

Because of the short supply and high demand of the Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue" shoes, they are selling on eBay, Amazon.com and Kixify from various people and vendors for an average price of $335.00 (not including the shipping fees).

This is because they are sold out from Nike.com and now individuals can price them much higher.

The release of these shoes were so anticipated that tickets were issued at participating retailers selling the Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue".  Instead of asking "Where can I buy them?" - perhaps you should also be informed that there are knock offs being sold under the premise that these are the Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue" shoes, when they are in fact, not.  This is a real danger of buying shoes that have sold out in stores.

If you buy Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue" shoes, how can you be sure they are the real thing?

  1. Make sure the seller includes the receipt.
  2. Study the shoes on Nike.com, and make sure they look exactly like the real shoe

Sunday, December 14, 2014

New Marvel TV Show Agent Carter Premieres on ABC

Marvel's Agent Carter on ABC
Marvel's TV Show Agent Carter on ABC

The Marvel TV show, Agent Carter, is coming to ABC on Tuesday January 6, 2015 at 8 p.m. Eastern.  ABC calls her a "One Woman Army," in the previews for the TV show.  Agent Peggy Carter is played by Hayley Atwell.

The Marvel TV show on ABC, Agent Carter, is based on the character Peggy Carter first featured in the 2011 movie, Captain America: The First Avenger.

Agent Peggy Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger

In this movie, Agent Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) played a strong woman, desensitized to the abundant supply of male ego, and seemed to have a tough outer shell in the first Captain America movie.  Towards the end of the movie, it was revealed that Steve Rogers (Captain America) had feelings for her, and she also liked him.  This is made evident when she kisses him as he is jumping from the car from the runway onto Red Skull's plane.  She also saw that Steve Rogers had a picture of her out as he was trying to pilot the aircraft before it crashed into the Arctic.

What is the ABC TV show Agent Carter about?

The ABC TV show Agent Carter is based in 1946, and U.S. troops are returning home from the war.  Agent Carter works for the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR).  Agent Carter is given secret missions by Howard Stark, while maintaining a cover of typical administrative work at a phone company.

In the previews, her friend says, "You work at the phone company...it ain't life and death." Agent Peggy Carter walks out of the room and says: "You have no idea."

Episode 1 and Episode 2 of Agent Carter on ABC

In the first episode of Agent Carter on ABC, Peggy is contacted by Howard Stark (played by Dominic Cooper), and he needs Peggy to help clear his name.  He gives her his butler, Edwin Jarvis, at her disposal.  Howard Stark takes off in a motorboat, on the run, because he has been framed for unleashing a deadly weapon.

In episode two of Agent Carter, this deadly weapon that Howard Stark was accused of unleashing, has fallen into enemy hands, and Agent Carter must recover it to save the day.

Agent Carter Comic Con Panel 2014 with Hayley Atwell

At Comic Con 2014, Hayley Atwell shares that everything referenced in the show is backed up with historical authenticity to make sure the things seen are real for that time period.

Hayley Atwell as Agent Carter on ABC Preview #1

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