This Week’s Comics – April 8th, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

Convergence: So it begins… If you didn’t catch last week’s Convergence #0, you’re probably okay. It made zero sense to me. With all the complex concepts in Multiversity, I hope DC keeps it simple with the character-specific ones, which this week include: Stephanie Brown’s Batgirl, Damian and Red Hood’s clash, and a romantic Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon. I can definitely get behind some of these retcons.

Deadpool #45: It’s been advertised for months, but in this 250th issue of Deadpool, he is going to die. They’re gonna blow the whole universe up, so why not kill off the unkill-able Wade Wilson? I just hope he goes out in a blaze of glory, not the emotional half-assed send-off that Wolverine got. Either way, it’s unfortunate because Deadpool has been one of the most consistently-enjoyable books in Marvel’s gamut. It’s not the best book, but it’s always worth a read. He’s still in pop culture, so he won’t be gone for long.

Savior #1: The man, the myth, the legend Todd McFarlane put his hands on this project, contributing to his first non-Spawn comic book in over 20 years. Savior takes the Messiah Complex and turns it on its head, asking, “what would really happen if the world found a man with biblical powers?” Would he be feared, ostracized or loved? I love the concept, and as Image continues to be a breeding ground for insane stories, this looks like another keeper.

Comic Books:

BOOM! Studios
Adventure Time: Marceline Gone Adrift #4
Bill and Ted’s Most Triumphant Return #2
Deep State #5
Escape From New York #5
Evil Empire #12
Mouse Guard: Legends of Guard – Volume 3 #2
Robocop #10
Sleepy Hollow Origins #1

Dark Horse
Abe Sapien #22
Itty Bitty Comics: Grimmiss Island #2
Rebels #1
X #24

DC Comics
Batman: Arkham Knight #2
Convergence #1
Convergence – Batgirl #1
Convergence – Batman & Robin #1
Convergence – Harley Quinn #1
Convergence – Justice League #1
Convergence – Nightwing/Oracle #1
Convergence – Speed Force #1
Convergence – Superman #1
Convergence – The Atom #1
Convergence – The Question #1
Convergence – Titans #1
Mortal Kombat X #5

Dynamite Entertainment:
Battlestar Galactica Six #2
Jungle Girl: Season Three #1
Lady Demon #4
Legenderry Green Hornet #3
Masks 2 #1
Reanimator #1
Red Sonja’s Vulture Circle #4

IDW:
Edward Scissorhands #6
Star Trek – Planet of the Apes #5 (final issue)
Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #39
Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #6

Image Comics:
Big Man Plans #2
Birthright #6
Copperhead #6
Danger Club #8
Descender #2
IX Generation: Hidden Files #1
Jupiter’s Circle #1
Nameless #3
ODY-C #4
Saga #27
Savior #1
Southern Cross #2
Surface #2
The Walking Dead #140

Marvel:
All-New Hawkeye #2
Angela: Asgard’s Assassin #5
Ant-Man #4
Avengers Millennium #2
Avengers World #19
Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #7
Captain Marvel #14
Darth Vader #4
Deadpool #45 (250th issue)
Howard the Duck #2
Hulk #14
Max Ride First Flight #1
Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man #12
SHIELD #4
Spider-Man 2099 #11
Spider-Woman #6
Storm #10

This Week’s Comics – April 1st, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

Convergence #0: Let the money-making machine start bulldozing all the notions of continuity you hold dear. The next stage in comic book evolution starts here, or whatever. This particular jump-start issue surrounds Superman and Brainiac. It’s said to reference several of my favorite Superman personalities (Kingdom ComeRed Son). You’ll probably hate it, but if you want to know what the hell is going on in DC for the next few months, then this will be worth picking up.

Kanan: The Last Padawan #1: If you are into the new Star Wars Rebels series, then you have to get this, hands-down. If you are the Jon Snow of Star Wars, then you still might get some enjoyment out of this. It’s the origin story of the new SWR space cowboy, Kanan. He’s a never-before-seen character and a lot of fans are anticipating a more fleshed-out origin than is given in the show.

Nailbiter #11: I won’t fault you for not reading Nailbiter, but your pass is just about over. This book has gotten increasingly better, and it’s all thanks to a Hannibal-like pro/antagonist named Nailbiter. The town of Buckaroo is home to over a dozen serial killers, and we don’t know if it’s a conspiracy or a supernatural thing – and that element of uncertainty makes the book that much spookier. Nearly half our writers here at Hush are addicted to the book, and if you gave it a try, you might be, too.

Comic Books:

BOOM! Studios
Cluster #3
UFOlogy #1

Dark Horse
Angel and Faith: Season 10 #13
Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.1952 #5
Lady Killer #4
Neverboy #2
Rat God #3
Witcher: Fox Children #1

DC Comics
Batman and Robin Annual #3
Batman Eternal #52
Batman Superman Annual #2
Batwoman Annual #2
Convergence #0
Earth 2 World’s End #36
Harley Quinn #16
New 52 Futures End #48
Sinestro Annual #1
Superman Wonder Woman #17
Teen Titans Annual #1
Wolf Moon #5
Wonder Woman #40

Dynamite Entertainment:
Army of Darkness: Volume 4 #5
Battlestar Galactica Death Of Apollo #5
Blood Queen vs. Dracula #2
Legenderry Green Hornet #2
Looking for Group #1
Pathfinder Origins #3
Project Superpowers Blackcross #2
Uncanny Season 2 #1

IDW:
G.I. Joe #7
Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues #3
Millennium #3
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #1
Shadow Show #5
X-Files: Season 10 #22

Image Comics:
Black Science #13
Dying and the Dead #2
Egos #7
God Hates Astronauts #7
Graveyard Shift #4
Nailbiter #11
No Mercy #1
Southern Bastards #8

Marvel:
Amazing Spider-Man #17
Avengers #43
Avengers: Ultron Forever #1
Cyclops #12
Iron Fist: The Living Weapon #11
Kanan: The Last Padawan #1
Operation S.I.N. #4
Spider-Gwen #3
Uncanny Avengers #3
Uncanny Inhumans #0
Wolverines #13

The Geekly Forecast: Mar 30th – Apr 5th, 2015

The Geekly Forecast is a weekly preview of all the neat stuff coming to screens, stores, and living rooms near you!

Recommendations:
TV:  Arrow and Flash are still strong choices for TV, now that shows are starting to drop off like flies. I’m particularly interested in how The Flash ends up. That Harrison Wells guy is a tricky bastard.
Music: It took him forever and a day to release it, but Ludacris is finally releasing his 9th studio album, Ludaversal. It might not shine like his old stuff did, but there is plenty of star power on this record.
Netflix: I’ve never gotten a chance to see Underworld before, so streaming it on Netflix sounds like a grand idea before I decide to binge on the other sequels.
Movies: 7 Fast, 7 Furious! I wasn’t even old enough to drive when the first 2 movies came out, but I loved them. Now that the saga is coming to a bittersweet ending, I’m glad the crew got together for one last ride.
DVD: Gotta get Interstellar. F**kin space, man!! Check out the review if you don’t believe me.

Monday, Mar. 30th

TV:
American Dad! – “The Shrink” (FOX)
Bates Motel – “Unbreak-Able” (A&E)
Better Call Saul – “Pimento” (AMC)
The Following – “Reunion” (FOX)

Tuesday, Mar. 31st

Blu-Ray and DVD Releases:
Interstellar
The Imitation Game
Outcast
The Rewrite
Silicon Valley: Season One
VEEP: Season Three
Wild
Wild Card

Music:
Darius Rucker – Southern Style
Death Cab for Cutie – Kintsugi
Hollywood Undead – Day of the Dead
Ludacris – Ludaversal
Reptar – Lurid Glow
Three Days Grace – Human
Wale – The Album About Nothing

Netflix:
The Man With the Iron Fists

TV:
Face Off – “Deadly Dolls” (SyFy)
Fresh Off the Boat – “Blind Spot” (ABC)
Guy Code – “Season 5, Episode 12” (MTV2)
iZombie – “The Exterminator” (The CW)
Justified – “Fugitive Number One” (FX)
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – “One Door Closes” (ABC)
The Flash – “Tricksters” (The CW)

Video Games:
Axiom Verge
MLB 15: The Show
Neverwinter
Toukiden: The Age of Demons

Wednesday, Apr. 1st

Comic Books
Wednesdays are comic book days! Check out This Week’s Comics: April 1st, 2015.

Movies:
Woman in Gold

Netflix:
Buffalo Soldiers
Down to Earth
Suicide Kings
Underworld
Whiteboyz

TV:
Arrow – “Public Enemy” (The CW)
Black-ish – “Sex, Lies and Vasectomies” (ABC)
Modern Family – “Grill, Interrupted” (ABC)
Supernatural – “Inside Man” (The CW)
The Americans – “Stingers” (FX)

Thursday, Apr. 2nd

TV:
American Crime – “Episode Five” (ABC) 
Archer – “Drastic Voyage: Part II” (FX)
Big Bang Theory – “The Skywalker Incursion” (CBS)
Bones – “The Teacher in the Books” (FOX)
Elementary – “The View From Olympus” (CBS)
Grey’s Anatomy – “When I Grow Up” (ABC)
Scandal – “Honor Thy Father” (ABC)
The Blacklist – “Vanessa Cruz” (NBC)
Vikings – “Paris” (History)

Friday, Apr. 3rd

Movies:
Boychoir
Cut Bank
Furious 7
Last Knights
The Living

TV:
12 Monkeys – “Paradox” (SyFy)
Grimm – “Heartbreaker” (NBC)
Helix – “The Ascendant” (SyFy)
The Jack and Triumph Show – “Commercial” (CN)

Saturday, Apr. 4th

TV:
Outlander – “The Reckoning” (Starz)
Sonic Boom – “Hedgehog Day” (Cartoon Network)
Transformers Rescue Bots – “Trust Exercises” (Discovery Family Channel)

Sunday, Apr. 5th

TV:
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – “Season 2, Episode 8”
Mad Men – “Severance” (AMC)

The Geekly Forecast: Mar 23rd – Mar 29th, 2015

The Geekly Forecast is a weekly preview of all the neat stuff coming to screens, stores, and living rooms near you!

Recommendations:
TV:  The only thing you should worry about catching live this week is the 90-minute season finale of The Walking Dead. If you don’t, I suggest not internetting until you do.
Music: Two words: Kendrick Lamar… four more words: To Pimp a Butterfly.
Netflix: Before the final season, you need to catch up on Mad Men Season 7.
Movies: Your best bet for theater going this weekend is Home, the cute cartoon starring Rihanna and Jim Parsons. And no, it doesn’t matter if you have kids or not, this is worth it.
DVD: How could I not say The Hobbit 3? But probably also Unbroken, too.

Monday, Mar. 23rd

Music:
Earl Sweatshirt – I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside (No really, that is the title of his album)
Jam City – Dream a Garden
Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp a Butterfly (Even though technically you could buy it in stores last week. Screw you iTunes, on behalf of Kendrick Lamar)
Scuba – Claustrophobia

TV:
American Dad! – “Manhattan Magical Murder Mystery Tour” (FOX)
Bates Motel – “Persuasion” (A&E)
Better Call Saul – “Rico” (AMC)
The Following – “Home” and “A Hostile Witness” (FOX)

Tuesday, Mar. 24th

Blu-Ray and DVD Releases:
Into the Woods
Song One
The Hobbit 3: The Battle of the Five Armies
Unbroken

Music:
Action Bronson – Mr. Wonderful
Bala Brothers – Bala Brothers
Etiquette – Reminisce
Humming House – Revelries
Strung Out – Transmission.Alpha.Delta
The Go! Team – The Scene Between
Them Are Us Too – Remain
Van Morrison – Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue

Netflix:
November Man

TV:
Face Off – “Imaginary Friends” (SyFy)
Fresh Off the Boat – “License to Sell” (ABC)
iZombie – “Brother, Can You Spare a Brain?” (The CW)
Justified – “Trust” (FX)
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – “Love in the Time of Hydra” (ABC)
The Mindy Project – “Best Man” (FOX)
The Flash – “Rogue Time” (The CW)

Video Games:
Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
Bloodborne
Life is Strange: Episode 2 – Out of Time
Metal Slug 3
Slender: The Arrival

Wednesday, Mar. 25th

Comic Books
Wednesdays are comic book days! Check out This Week’s Comics: March 25th, 2015.

Netflix:
Garfunkel and Oates (Season 1)
Turn (Season 1)

TV:
Arrow – “Suicidal Tendencies” (The CW)
Black-ish – “30 Something” (ABC)
Supernatural – “Paint it Black” (The CW)
The Americans – “Do Mail Robots Dream of Electric Sheep?” (FX)

Thursday, Mar. 26th

TV:
American Crime – “Episode Four” (ABC) 
Archer – “Drastic Voyage: Part 1” (FX)
Grey’s Anatomy – “With or Without You” (ABC)
Scandal – “Put a Ring on It” (ABC)
The Blacklist – “The Longevity Initiative” (NBC)
Ultimate Spider-Man – “Web Warriors: The Spider-Verse: Part Four” (Disney XD)
Vikings – “Born Again” (History)

Friday, Mar. 27th

Movies:
52 Tuesdays
A Girl Like Her
Cupcakes
Fall to Rise
Get Hard
Home
How to Fight in Six Inch Heels
Man from Reno
Nightlight
Serena
The Barber
The Riot Club
Welcome to New York
While We’re Young
White God

Netflix:
Frankie and Alice

TV:
12 Monkeys – “Shonin” (SyFy)
Grimm – “Double Date” (NBC)
Helix – “Plan B” (SyFy)

Saturday, Mar. 28th

TV:
Black Sails – “XVIII” (Starz)
The Musketeers – “Trial and Punishment” (BBC America)
Transformers Rescue Bots – “Pirates Ahoy” (Discovery Family Channel)

Sunday, Mar. 29th

Netflix:
Mad Men (Season 7)

TV:
House of Lies – “Everything’s So Fucking Obvious, I’m Starting to Wonder Why We’re Even Having This Conversation” (Showtime)
Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of SMASH – “Wheels of Fury” (Disney XD)
Once Upon a Time – “Best Laid Plans” (ABC)
The Last Man on Earth – “She Drives Me Crazy” and “She’s Mooovin’ In” (FOX)
The Walking Dead – “Conquer” (AMC)

This Week’s Comics – March 25th, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

Suiciders #2: After I gave the first issue Pick of the Week, you know I had to recommend the second. The dystopian cybernetic Fight Club, or Suiciders for short, asked more questions than it answered, but left enough of an impression that I want to come back for more. This is all besides the fact that Lee Bermejo is an extremely talented creator .

Powers #2: Another Pick of the Week come back for its second installment, and another legendary creator telling the story. Brian Michael Bendis’ Powers has actually been around for 15 years now, but is getting a revisit due to the timing of the live-action Playstation series. I’m a first-time Powers reader, and there is a bunch of prerequisite knowledge, but the humorous writing and intriguing story keep me engaged.

Batman and Robin #40: Whether or not you like that Damian Wayne is back from the dead – with superpowers – you have to admit that this story arc is fascinating. Exhibiting his new-found powers, he was bound to throw in with the grown-ups eventually. Now one of the only two original New52 tag teams left on their book (the other being Snyder/Capullo on Batman) are going to explore the sass of Damian with the heavy hitter Justice League. I like.

The Walking Dead #139: All I needed to see in order to freak out about this was a ship on the front cover. Where the hell did they find a ship? Who the hell is commandeering the ship? It’s all ambiguous, but I would love to see another faction come into play here.

 

Comic Books:

BOOM! Studios
Adventure Time #38
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes #5
Hit 1957 #1
Munchkin #3
Regular Show: March Madness 2015 Special

Dark Horse
Conan/Red Sonja #3
Conan the Avenger #12
Elfquest: The Final Quest #8
Goon: Once Upon A Hard Time #2
Grindhouse: Drive In, Bleed Out #3
PastAways #1
Tomb Raider #14

DC Comics
Aquaman #40
Arkham Manor #6 (last issue)
Batman and Robin #40
Batman Eternal #51
Catwoman #40
Deathstroke #6
Earth 2 World’s End #25
Effigy #3
Flash #40
Gotham Academy #6
Justice League Dark #40
Multiversity: Ultra Comics #1
New52: Futures End #47
Red Lanterns #40
Secret Origins #11 (Black Canary, Red LanternGuy Gardner, Constantine)
Sinestro #11
Suiciders #2

Dynamite Entertainment:
Altered States Red Sonja #1
Altered States The Shadow #1
Django/Zorro #5
Red Sonja #15
Twilight Zone: Shadow and Substance #3

IDW:
Angry Birds Comics #9
Creeple Peeple #2
Edward Scissorhands #5
G.I. JOE Snake Eyes: Agent of Cobra #3
Jem and the Holograms #1
Joe Frankenstein #2
Miami Vice Remix #1
October Faction #5
Samurai Jack #17
TMNT: Mutanimals #2
Transformers: Windblade Combiner Wars #1
Zombies vs. Robots #3

Image Comics:
Autumnlands Tooth and Claw #5
Chew #47
Dream Police #6
Drifter #5
Empty #2
Fuse #11
Goners #6
Intersect #5
Invincible #118
Mice Templar V: Night’s End #1
Morning Glories #44
Rumble #4
They’re Not Like Us #4
The Walking Dead #139
Wayward #6
Wytches #5

Marvel:
All-New Ghost Rider #12
Amazing X-Men #18
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad #1
Daredevil #14
Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three Houses of Cards #1
Darth Vader #3
Deadpool #44
Deathlok #6
Guardians 3000 #6
Guardians of the Galaxy #25
Inhuman #13
Legendary Star-Lord #10
New Avengers #32
Nightcrawler #12
Powers #2
Thanos vs. Hulk #4
Uncanny X-Men #32
Wolverines #12

The Geekly Forecast: Mar 16th – Mar 22nd, 2015

The Geekly Forecast is a weekly preview of all the neat stuff coming to screens, stores, and living rooms near you!

Recommendations:
TV:  Arrow is your go-to show of the week. It hasn’t been on the air for a month, and we are all missing Ollie’s sad face and stern lectures.
Music:You might think that AWOLNATION should be your music choice for the week, but you would be mistaken not to get back on board with Modest Mouse Strangers to Ourselves because honestly, it’s been like 10 years for Modest Mouse and they deserve another chance. Also, Inventions Maze of Woods is bound to wind up on your “Sleepytime” mix because I know you have one.
Netflix: Mad Men is only a few weeks away from it’s last season. This is the time to catch up before we say goodbye to Don with Mad Men now with Season 7 on Netflix.
Movies: If you are into the teen-book-turned-into-movie craze, Insurgent is your movie for the weekend. Otherwise, save your money for all the summer blockbusters just around the corner.
DVD: Even though it got panned by the critics, Annie is worth adding to your DVD collection, especially if you have children. While you are at it, get Penguins of Madagascar, too.

Monday, Mar. 16th

TV:
American Dad! – “A Star Is Reborn” (FOX)
Bates Motel – “The Arcanum Club” (A&E)
Better Call Saul – “Bingo” (AMC)
The Following – “Exposed” (FOX)
The Originals – “Save My Soul” (The CW)

Tuesday, Mar. 17th

Blu-Ray and DVD Releases:
Annie
Exodus: Gods and Kings
Halo: Nightfall
Muck
Son of a Gun
Song of the Sea
The Penguins of Madagascar
Top Five
Turn
: Washington’s Spies (Season 1)
Vice

Music:
AWOLNATION – Run
Inventions – Maze of Woods
Joel Plaskett – Joel Plaskett and The Park Avenue Sobriety Test
Modest Mouse – Strangers to Ourselves
San Cisco – Gracetown

Netflix:
Dummy
You’re Not You

TV:
Face Off – “Super Selfies” (SyFy)
iZombie – “Pilot” (The CW)
Justified – “Burned” (FX)
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – “One of Us” (ABC)
The Mindy Project – “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” (FOX)
The Flash – “Out of Time” (The CW)

Video Games:
Assassin’s Creed Rogue
Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea
Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition
Far Cry 4: Valley of the Yetis DLC
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 – Episode 3
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters

Wednesday, Mar. 18th

Comic Books
Wednesdays are comic book days! Check out This Week’s Comics: March 18th, 2015.

TV:
Arrow – “The Offer” (The CW)
Empire – “Die But Once” and “Who I Am” (FOX)
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – “Ass Kickers United: Mac and Charlie Join a Cult” (FXX)
Supernatural – “The Things They Carried” (The CW)
The Americans – “Divestment” (FX)

Thursday, Mar. 19th

Netflix:
Life Itself

TV:
American Crime – “Episode Three” (ABC) 
Archer – “Archub y Morfilod” (FX)
Grey’s Anatomy – “Don’t Dream It’s Over” (ABC)
Scandal – “It’s Good to be Kink” (ABC)
The Blacklist – “Tom Keen” (NBC)
The Vampire Diaries – “A Bird in a Gilded Cage” (The CW)
Ultimate Spider-Man – “Web Warriors: The Spider-Verse: Part Three” (Disney XD)
Vikings – “The Usurper” (History)

Friday, Mar. 20th

Movies:
Accidental Love
Backcountry
Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police
Danny Collins
Do You Believe?
Ghoul
Growing Up and Other Lies
Jauja
Lily & Kat
She’s Lost Control
Spring
The Divergent Series: Insurgent
The Flying Camera: Drone
The Gunman
Tracers
Zombeavers

Netflix:
Bloodline (Season 1)
God’s Not Dead

TV:
12 Monkeys – “Divine Move” (SyFy)
Glee – “2009” and “Dreams Come True” (FOX)
Grimm – “Bad Luck” (NBC)
Helix – “Mother” (SyFy)

Saturday, Mar. 21st

TV:
Black Sails – “XVII” (Starz)
The Musketeers – “Trial and Punishment” (BBC America)

Sunday, Mar. 22nd

Netflix:
Mad Men (Season 7)

TV:
Bob’s Burgers – “The Runaway Club” (FOX)
Girls – “Home Birth” (HBO)
House of Lies – “Praise Money! Hollowed Be Thy Name” (Showtime)
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – “Episode 7” (HBO)
Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of SMASH – “Banner Day” (Disney XD)
Once Upon a Time – “Poor Unfortunate Soul” (ABC)
The Last Man on Earth – “Dunk the Skunk” and “Some Friggin’ Fat Guy” (FOX)
The Walking Dead – “Try” (AMC)

 

The Geekly Forecast: Mar 9th – Mar 15th, 2015

The Geekly Forecast is a weekly preview of all the neat stuff coming to screens, stores, and living rooms near you!

Recommendations:
TV:  There is a lot of good TV this week, but we recommend Better Call Saul for the first episode really dealing with Mike Ehrmantraut.
Music:  There is a low selection of music this week, but if you are looking for something different, check out ANIMAI – Sallows for a haunting sound that is really addictive.
Netflix: The Angriest Man in Brooklyn comes out on Monday. One of Robin Williams last films, the film is about a man who finds out he only has 90 minutes to live.
Movies: Despite the fact that the previews have shown the whole movie, Disney’s Cinderella is sure to amaze kids and adults with the special effects alone.
DVD: There aren’t many DVDs out this week, but a must have for your shelf is Legend of Korra: Book Four: Balance.

Monday, Mar. 9th

Netflix:
After the Fall
Cesar Chavez
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn
Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club

TV:
American Dad! – “My Affair Lady” (FOX)
Bates Motel – “A Death in the Family” (A&E)
Better Call Saul – “Five-O” (AMC)
The Following – “Boxed In” (FOX)
The Originals – “They All Asked For You” (The CW)

Tuesday, Mar. 10th

Blu-Ray and DVD Releases:
Alpha & Omega: The Great Wolf Games
Dark Haul
Devil May Call
Legend of Korra: Book Four: Balance
Listen Up Philip
Night at the Museum 3 Secret of the Tomb
Pioneer
Red Sky
The Red Tent
Wolfcop

Music:
Aero Flynn – Aero Flynn
ANIMAI – Sallows
Lieutenant – If I Kill This Thing We’re All Going to Eat For a Week
Luke Bryan – Spring Break…Checkin Out
Madonna – Rebel Heart
Taylor Berrett – Great Falls

Netflix:
Monster High: Haunted

TV:
Face Off – “Miss Intergalactic” (SyFy)
Fresh Off the Boat – “Phillip Goldstein” (ABC)
Justified – “Dark as a Dungeon” (FX)
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – “Who You Really Are” (ABC)
The Mindy Project – “Confessions of a Catho-holic” (FOX)

Video Games:
Assassin’s Creed Rogue
Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea
Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition
Far Cry 4: Valley of the Yetis DLC
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 – Episode 3
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters

Wednesday, Mar. 11th

Comic Books
Wednesdays are comic book days! Check out This Week’s Comics: March 11th, 2015.

Netflix:
How to Train Your Dragon 2

TV:
Black-ish – “Bloopish” (ABC)
Empire – “Sins of the Father” (FOX)
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – “Frank Retires” (FXX)
The 100 – “Blood Must Have Blood, Part Two” (The CW)
The Americans – “Walter Taffet” (FX)

Thursday, Mar. 12th

TV:
American Crime – “Episode Two” (ABC) 
Archer – “Reignition Sequence” (FX)
Grey’s Anatomy – “I Feel the Earth Move” (ABC)
Portlandia – “Dead Pets” (IFC)
Scandal – “The Testimony of Diego Muñoz” (ABC)
The Big Bang Theory – “The Leftover Thermalization” (CBS)
The Blacklist – “The Major” (NBC)
The Vampire Diaries – “The Downward Spiral” (The CW)
Ultimate Spider-Man – “Web Warriors: The Spider-Verse: Part Two” (Disney XD)
Vikings – “Scarred” (History)

Friday, Mar. 13th

Movies:
3 Hearts
Champs
Cinderella
Cymbeline
Eva
Home Sweet Hell
It Follows
Muck
Run All Night
Seymour: An Introduction
The Cobbler
The Lovers
The Tales of Hoffman
The Wrecking Crew
Treading Water
Walter

TV:
12 Monkeys – “Tomorrow” (SyFy)
Glee – “We Built This Glee Club” (FOX)
Helix – “Vade in Pace” (SyFy)
King of the Nerds – “The Nerdtastic Finale” (TBS)

Saturday, Mar. 14th

TV:
Black Sails – “XVI” (Starz)
The Musketeers – “The Accused” (BBC America)

Sunday, Mar. 15th

Netflix:
A Different World (Complete Series)
Marvel & ESPN Films Present: 1 of 1: Genesis
Third Rock from the Sun
(Complete Series)

TV:
Bob’s Burgers – “Adventures in Chinchillasitting” (FOX)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine – “Sabotage” (FOX)
Family Guy – “Dr. C and the Women” (FOX)
Girls – “Daddy Issues” (HBO)
House of Lies – “We’re Going to Build a Mothership and Rule the Universe” (Showtime)
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – “Episode 6” (HBO)
Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of SMASH – “The Tale of Hercules” (Disney XD)
Once Upon a Time – “Enter the Dragon” (ABC)
The Last Man on Earth – “Sweet Melissa” (FOX)
The Simpsons – “Waiting for Duffman” (FOX)
The Walking Dead – “Spend” (AMC)