‘WandaVision’ Episode 8 – Previously On Review

Warning: This article will contain spoilers for episode 8 of WandaVision After a week hiatus on my part due to Texas deciding to freeze over, I’m back to review the latest episode of WandaVision. This week’s episode was by far my favorite of the series and is a heavy hitter in the heart department. Before…

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‘WandaVision’ Episode 6 – All-New Halloween Spooktacular Review

Warning: This article will contain spoilers for episode 6 of WandaVision The long-awaited Halloween episode has arrived and it exceeds expectations. As with last week’s episode the format for this week follows both Wanda, Vision, and the citizens of Westview while also showing what S.W.O.R.D. and our other primary cast members are doing outside the…

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‘WandaVision’ Episode 5 – On a Very Special Episode… Review

Warning: This article contains spoilers for episode 5 of WandaVision WandaVision sees a return to “normal” this week as we rejoin our titular characters on their adventures in Westview. This time Wanda and Vision, and the denizens of Westview, are set against an 80’s backdrop. The episode sees Wanda and Vision navigating the challenges of…

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‘WandaVision’ Episode 4 – We Interrupt This Program Review

Warning: This article contains spoilers for episode 4 of WandaVision Well, that certainly took a turn. Up to this point, the brand-new Marvel series has embraced the classic sitcom elements and only briefly acknowledged and hinted at the larger world of the MCU. Episode 4 changes that completely and it is captivating the entire time.…

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‘WandaVision’ Episode 3 Review

Warning: This article contains spoilers for episode 3 of WandaVision The third episode of the brand-new Marvel series on Disney+ has arrived a week after the two-episode debut. WandaVision premiered with an overwhelmingly positive reception, and for good reason, the first two episodes position the show to be one of the best things Marvel Studios…

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‘WandaVision’ Episodes 1 & 2 Review

The last time we saw an installment in the industry titan that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe was way back in July of 2019 with the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home and now, a year and a half later the MCU returns with a completely new experience and the first foray into television for…

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Why Assassin’s Creed is Perfect for Netflix

Netflix just announced that the service will be developing a live-action Assassin’s Creed series. Ubisoft’s Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik will serve as Executive Producers. The deal will also see Netflix and Ubisoft develop other live-action, animated, and anime series based on the franchise. Let me come out of the gate saying I am unbelievably…

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Watchmen #4 and The Structure of Time

It’s rather intimidating to write analytically about Watchmen. The comic series/graphic novel is one of the greatest of all-time and is perhaps the most influential book in the medium. There have been countless essays, papers, videos, and more written and published about it. So instead of talking about Watchmen as a whole and dissecting what…

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Biggest Batman Moments of the Decade

With the year and decade, coming to a close it’s time for all the “Best of the decade” lists to come flowing. I’m not different and certainly have my fair share of ideas, but for this article, I wanted to do something that’s not exactly a traditional “Best of” list. Rather than select specific comic…

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Don’t Be Batman – An Analysis of Tom King’s Batman, Issues 21-24

Note: This article will contain spoilers for issues twenty-one through twenty-four of Tom King’s Batman Welcome to the third part in a series of articles in which I’m taking a deeper look at and breaking down Tom King’s run on Batman from start to finish. King’s work on Batman is a testament to long-form storytelling…

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Yet I’m Still Here – An Analysis of Tom King’s Batman, Issues 14-20

Note: This article will contain spoilers for issues fourteen through twenty of Tom King’s Batman Recently I wrote an article that is essentially “Part One” in what will be a series of pieces breaking down Tom King’s Batman run from start to finish. While the series will no longer be the 100-issue narrative we originally…

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BATMAN – 30 Years Later

Tim Burton’s BATMAN released in the summer of 1989 to overwhelming box office success and saw Bat-Mania sweep the world. Almost creating the trend of covering the opening weekend box office overnight the film made over $40 million in its debut weekend ($5 million more than its budget) which shattered all previous records. Starring Michael…

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The Chance To Be Brave – An Analysis of Tom King’s Batman, Issues 1-13

Note: This article will contain spoilers for the first thirteen issues of Tom King’s Batman Tom King had the monumental task of following Scott Snyder’s legendary run on Batman, and while I’m a huge King fan I wasn’t sure how his Batman would stack up to what came before. I can happily say that King’s…

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