Last post still applies, but I couldn’t resist typing up a quick review for this crossover. For really this was extremely disappointing! Beware spoilers It has moments.I enjoy the “Is it just me or is she hot” between Mick and Sara as well as Ray (Brandon Routh who played Superman once) noting that Supergirl looks … Continue reading →
To be honest, I’m not fully sure what I want to do. My plan starting with the Luke Cage review was to hit up 1 review a month and slowly pick up the pace. Since then I’ve diverted that as Smallville hit Hulu and I’m currently working on a guide for the entire series – … Continue reading →
Delving into the newest Marvel show with a lack of spoilers and character knowledge! So first, I do know a little about the character pre-Netflix Marvel shows, but just not much. A couple Spider-Man video game cameos, and a minor appearance here and there in comics. First about the show in general. It simply is … Continue reading →
That’s right! Trump became a villain(?) and king recently in Marvel’s Spider-Gwen Annual #1! So recent Spider-Gwen Annual is a fun affair. It gives a fairly nice view at some of Earth-65’s world beyond what we’ve currently seen. While I’ve absolutely been loving Spider-Gwen, I’m very happy this issue isn’t a focus just on her … Continue reading → […]
It’s happened to everyone: a complete stranger sends you a “friend request” via social media, and (slightly panicked) you think, “Oh no… did I meet this person and completely forget??” This is how I met Ryan Swanson. Mark Zuckerberg’s minions generated me as a suggestion after he friended a buddy who works at a comic ...
I didn’t know anything about Lumberjanes when I picked it up. What I knew was that I loved Noelle Stevenson’s art, that it was a comic series geared toward YA (my go-to genre), and that it had an all-female cast. Everyone was talking about it, especially after the success of Stevenson’s award-winning graphic novel, Nimona, and ...
When I saw Wonder Woman last week, I know I wasn’t alone in imagining myself in her role after leaving the theatre. Countless fan videos and blog posts have been uploaded to the internet, rhapsodizing about how this woman, extraordinary in so many ways, changed the game completely for the DC movie universe. *Major spoilers. ...
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Today is the day that Zack Snyder’s Justice League disappoints audiences nationwide. Despite the fact that the most enthusiastic reviews are the critical equivalent of a half-hearted shrug and something to the effect of, “at least it’s not Batman v Superman,” I am probably going to subject myself to this noisy spectacle at some point […]
It’s Rachel McAdams’s 39th birthday today. The Canadian actress studied theater at Toronto’s York University. She made her film debut in a Canadian production titled My Name is Tanino, and then appeared in a film adaptation of Judith Thompson’s play, Perfect Pie. Although she was already in her twenties, her first Hollywood productions cast her […] […]