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Cung Le in Into The Badlands. Into The Badlands Season 1, Episode 6: “Hand of Five Poisons” Original airdate December 20, 2015. Synopsis Sunny tries to buy passage for himself, Veil, and M.K. by bringing a false head to the … Continue reading
Baron Jacobee battles Baron Quinn. Into The Badlands, Season 1, Episode 4: “Two Tigers Subdue Dragons” Original airdate December 6, 2015. Synopsis The Widow gathers her troops while the Baron tries to cure the tumor in his brain with Veil’s … Continue reading
Tilda Into The Badlands, Season 1, Episode 3: “White Stork Spreads Wings” Original airdate November 29, 2015. Synopsis After the poppy drug baron Quinn launches a full out attack on the Widow. He succeeds in dethroning the Widow and taking … Continue reading
Into The Badlands, Season 1, Episode 1: “The Fort” Original airdate November 15, 2015. Synopsis The most powerful warrior of the Badlands is Sunny, a Clipper fighter for the strongest Baron in the lands, Quinn. Sunny finds that a shipment … Continue reading
I once had this really annoying experience while training in boxing. The instructor was trying to show us how to use footwork and core muscles to add more power to our punch, and one guy said “I’ll just pull out … Continue reading
Set in a post apocalyptic or possibly alternate universe, the story revolves around a man named Sunny who is a Clipper or warrior loyal to a Baron who is a sort of regional warlord. The social structure is totally feudal, … Continue reading
The untold story of the Chinese immigrant experience during the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad. Back in 2011, when AMC launched its new television series Hell on Wheels about the construction of the First Transcontinental Railroad, there was some concern about “Do Chinese Pioneers … Continue reading