I've had a busy few weeks of pontificating on geeky pop culture things -- I mean, professionally, as opposed to the normal all-of-my-free-time that I spend doing precisely that -- and so I've got a few new articles / essays / thinkpieces / posts / whatever-you-wanna-call-'ems up on Tor.com:
- "Ten Characters We'd Like To See On Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," in which I foolishly sacrifice all of my brilliant ideas for stories on the upcoming television show by organizing them into a list to show off my intense / obscure knowledge of the Marvel Comics canon;
- "'I Am The One Who' Thinks Breaking Bad Counts As A Genre Show," in which I discuss the Shakespearean fall of Walter White, and how it fits into the different loose definitions of "genre," and what the hell that even means, anyway;
- and "Batwoman's Lesbian Marriage Problem," in which I react to the latest controversy regarding diversity in comic books with (hopefully) a little more rationale and insider awareness that most major news outlets gave to the situation.
So check 'em out, leave your comments, and then eagerly await the next installment of "Thom Talks Nerdy."