The Jedi – ‘The Mandalorian’ Chapter 13 Review

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Chapter 13 of The Mandalorian At long last, the episode many fans have been waiting for has arrived. After months of speculation and rumor surrounding the character, Ahsoka Tano has made her live-action debut. Ahsoka, who first debuted back in 2008 in the computer-animated film Star Wars: The Clone Wars…

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The Siege – ‘The Mandalorian’ Chapter 12 Review

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Chapter 12 of The Mandalorian Coming off of one of the best episodes of the series, Chapter 12 of The Mandalorian was absolutely phenomenal and some might even argue a better episode than last week. Although not the episode we expected, this delivered on all cylinders and really showcased…

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The Heiress – ‘The Mandalorian’ Chapter 11 Review

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Chapter 11 of The Mandalorian After a somewhat disappointing filler episode last week, The Mandalorian returned to form today with one of the best episodes of the series. Despite its short 35 minute runtime, the episode held back nothing, and delivered an action-packed adventure for our hero. Following off…

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That Texas Blood – An Interview with Chris Condon

Publisher: Image Comics Writer: Chris Condon Artist: Jacob Phillips The first issue of ‘That Texas Blood’ has just debuted and is in local comic shops right now.  This was yet another comic I read, not knowing what was in store. Image Comics has published many great comics lately, and this is one to add to…

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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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The Brilliance of Black Panther

Directed by Ryan Coogler, 2018’s Black Panther became an immediate cultural icon. Met with a strong critical reception and earning over 1.3 billion at the box office, Black Panther became a household name for audiences. A gem for both comic book fans and general audiences alike, the film was praised for its strong writing, powerful…

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Birthed From a Crisis – Naomi Season 1 Review

When I first heard about the debut of Naomi, I was beyond hesitant. Even after hearing that the comic book Gods, David F. Walker and Brian Michael Bendis, were both writing the comic, I was still apprehensive. My apprehension came from the fact that this was DC’s first Black female superhero to get her own…

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Hotarubi no Mori e (2011) – Retrospective Review

“The first time I met him was when I was six.” Hotarubi no Mori e (2011), translated in English as Into the Forest of Fireflies’ Light, is a 45-minute anime film directed by Takahiro Omori and based on the one-shot manga written by Yuki Midorikawa. It centers around Hotaru, who one day finds herself lost…

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Top 5 Comics- July 2019

Another month has gone by and we’re already through the halfway point of summer! Can you believe that? Well, luckily for all of us, these fantastic comics don’t take a break and this month we saw some exciting comics come out. Before we get started, I do want to post a spoiler warning as there…

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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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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood – Review

Quentin Tarantino delivered a nostalgic and honest love letter to the film industry in his ninth film Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood. Set in the late 60s and early 70s the story follows actor Rick Dalton, played by Leonardo DiCaprio and his stunt double Cliff Booth, played by Brad Pitt, as they come…

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In the Mirror of the Phantasm – Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Retrospective

A Reflection & Review of DC Comics’ 1993 Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Animated feature films continue to excel in the box office. On December 14th 2018, the most significant animated adaptation of a Marvel comic book character was released. Marvel’s animated endeavor hit theaters to mass critical and public acclaim. That film would go…

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Review: House Of X #1

House Of X #1 Written by Jonathan Hickman  Art by Pepe Larraz, Marte Gracia, and Clayton Cowles  Edited by Annalise Bissa and Jordan D. White Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: July 24, 2019 (SPOILERS AHEAD! TURN BACK NOW OR BE SPOILED ON HOUSE OF X #1!) The solicitation for House of X asks the…

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