Dragon Ball Super: Broly – Review

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is a fast paced, action packed spectacle that will leave fans new and old extremely satisfied. Mild Spoilers Ahead Dragon Ball Super: Broly is the 20th movie in the Dragon Ball franchise and the first in the Dragon Ball Super line. Directed by Tatsuya Nagamine, with an original story and screenplay from visionary…

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Black Widow #1 (of 5) – Review

Natasha Romanoff was an ex-KGB assassin, ex-agent of S.H.I.E.L.D, and at times, an Avenger. Then, during Marvel’s Secret Empire event, she was murdered by an evil version of Steve Rogers, Captain America – Hydra’s very own sleeper agent. However, she was brought back to life by The Red Room with implanted memories; and she’s not happy about…

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Old Man Hawkeye – Review

Art by Ibraim Roberson, Colors by Andres Mossa In issue #1, it’s quickly revealed how calamitous yet moving this maxi series will be. For one, readers immediately learn that Barton is on the brink of blindness. “How long do I have,” asks Clint, reluctantly, as he anxiously awaits his inevitable fate. While not given a direct…

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The Mistake of Viewing Kindness as Weakness

Why is it that being kind is sometimes (more often than not) viewed as being weak? Every one of us has the potential within ourselves to lend a helping hand, provide words of motivation, and even go outside of our way to empathize with others when they are feeling down. Sometimes that can be viewed…

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The Farooqi Bros Podcast #14 – Zimmer v Williams: Dawn of Shazam!

Featuring-Sheraz Farooqi, Zayyan Farooqi, Omer K. Farooqi, & Sameer H. Farooqi PODCAST- The Farooqi Bros Discuss the Shazam Trailer moment where fans outraged over the Donner theme being whistled by a kid.

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A Series of Unfortunate Events: The End

This review contains mild spoilers. As Netflix’s adaption of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events ends with its third season, it’s time to reflect on the series as a whole. Like many others, I was excited but nervous when it was initially announced. Who would be cast? How would the spirit of the books…

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Young Justice: Outsiders EP. 1-3 Review

Young Justice: Outsiders is a return to greatness for DC animation. Young Justice: Outsiders continue to build on the foundations of growth that fueled the series during its original run. After a time jump from where they left off, the group of former sidekicks have truly developed into their own superheroes. Nightwing begins the season operating solo…

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Mister Miracle – A Tour De Force of Creativity

Mister Miracle, written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads and letters by Clayton Cowles, is easily my favorite comic series of 2018 and one of my favorite of all time. Mister Miracle follows New God Scott Free, son of Highfather of New Genesis, who was raised as the son of Darkseid on Apokolips.…

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Review: Heroes In Crisis #4

HEROES IN CRISIS #4 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: January 2, 2018 (SPOILER FREE REVIEW) Heroes In Crisis continues the investigation of the year with some interesting developments for everyone near this investigation.…

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2018’s Comic Book Films – Ranked

2018 has been an incredible year for comic book films. Disney, Warner Bros, Fox and Sony all brought films to the table and combined to create a special 2018 for fans around the world. Avengers: Infinity War and Aquaman took comic book visuals to another level. Black Panther and Spider-Verse carried a higher message and inspired countless. Venom and…

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Mary Poppins Returns – Review

Mary Poppins Returns is a strong revival of the character and her world. While it doesn’t quite capture the magic of the 1954 original, it satisfyingly delivers on a heartwarming and nostalgic experience for fans new and old. 1964’s Mary Poppins was an instant classic for Disney. Unforgettable musical numbers, strong acting and an unmistakable charm guided…

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