Interstellar – A Story of Sacrifice

Sacrifice. In Interstellar, the theme of sacrifice is layered beautifully into its plot. Throughout the film, Christopher Nolan uses this theme roughly three distinct times at key moments to showcase his thesis point for the film. The first is Joseph Cooper leaving Murph for a chance to save the world. The second is Doctor Mann…

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Discovering the DC Magic of Mini & Maxi Titles

A limited series for a comic book is either classified as a mini or maxi series. A miniseries would normally be regarded as three to six issues while a maxiseries would be considered for a series that has seven and up, usually ending at twelve issues. In rare cases, we’ve even seen twenty-four issues and…

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Doctor Who S11, E2: “The Ghost Monument” – Review

“The Ghost Monument” picks straight up from last week’s cliffhanger, and follows the Doctor, her three companions, and two alien humanoids by the name of “Epzo” and “Angstrom”, on a mysterious planet called Desolation. The plot revolves around a massive galactic space race/quest that began with over four-thousand participants but is now down to two…

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Blue Beetle’s Legacy: The Makings of an A-list Superhero

Every so often, the following question is posed to comic book fans: What is your favorite superhero? A lot of the time, the answers are A-list superheroes such as Superman, Batman, or Spider-Man. But what makes a great comic book character and A-list superhero? Is it the powers that he or she possesses and their…

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Titans – Review

Without a doubt, the DC Universe series, Titans, has been one of the most talked about comic book properties of the year. With a Comic-Con trailer that divided fans, controversial set photos leaking online, or the overall darkness of the series has truly made this series one that I myself have been looking forward to. As…

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The Potential of the DC Universe

Announced back in April 2017, the DC Universe (formerly known as the DC Digital Service) is a joint venture between Warner Bros and DC Entertainment, marking a major step into the digital distribution market for Warner Bros. The ambitious DC-branded direct-to-consumer service was launched recently, with TITANS – a live-action show focusing on the extremely…

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Star Wars Resistance – Review

Only five months after the series finale of Rebels, the next Star Wars cartoon is here: Star Wars Resistance. The series premiered on Disney Channel this Sunday, and surprisingly, it’s pretty good. Going into the series, the reprisal of Poe Dameron and Captain Phasma was the main point of interest for fans. After the first episode,…

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CBD Podcast #9-Jay Oliva

Featuring-Sheraz Farooqi, Zayyan Farooqi, Omer Kamal, Sameer Hassan & Jay Oliva PODCAST #9- We speak with Jay Oliva and discuss his career, Spider-Man the Animated Series, The Dark Knight Returns Movies, DC Animated Films, Zack Snyder, Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, Spider-Man Homecoming, Thor Ragnarok, Wonder Woman, The Snyder Cut, Affleck’s The Batman Script & MORE

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Review: Heroes In Crisis #1

HEROES IN CRISIS #1 Written by Tom King Art by Clay Mann, Tomeu Morey, and Clayton Cowles Edited by Jamie S. Rich and Brittany Zolherr Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 26, 2018 (SPOILER FREE REVIEW) Sanctuary. “A Crisis Center for DC Super Heroes That Combines Superman’s Kryptonian Technology, Wonder Woman’s Amazonian Mysticism and Is Powered by Batman’s Financial Empire” As…

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5 Reasons to be Excited for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a fresh and visually glorious prequel to the Harry Potter saga. The film brought magic to New York in an outlandish style. Although the film was not as good as most of the Harry Potter films, I found it pretty enjoyable and gorgeous to look at. It…

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Columbus: Modern Love for Modern Art

The small Indiana city may look like any other small town, but the crux that sets it apart from other small towns is its impeccable modern architecture. In a film where the structural background is every much a character as the actors playing their own, Kogonada’s debut film, Columbus (2017) is every modernist’s dream of a film.  Columbus is a well-paced, hypnotic feel of a movie. Pulling in…

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