Doom Patrol: The Comic Book Show You Didn’t Know You Needed

It’s been a few weeks since DC Universe’s 2nd live action series ended its first season and with that comes a lot to discuss to say the least. To get right into it, Doom Patrol is easily one of DC’s best live action shows that they have ever done. With a premise that you can’t…

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The Tragedy of Ser Jorah Mormont

An in-depth analysis of the Game of Thrones’ character.Spoilers follow. “The world is a comedy to those who think; a tragedy to those who feel.” — Horace Walpole. Letter to Anne, Countess of Ossory (August 16th 1776). Tragedy is one of the seven principle themes of storytelling. It is defined by the undoing of a…

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Swamp Thing Season 1, Ep. 1 – Review

[SPOILERS] Well, the day has finally arrived. The pilot for the murky backwoods body horror series Swamp Thing has officially premiered on the DC Universe streaming service and it certainly will make you want to tune in for episode two next week. Swamp Thing is the third exclusive series to make its debut on the niche streaming platform…

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Game of Thrones Series Finale – Review

This review contains mild spoilers. The thrilling show based on the series “A Song of Fire and Ice” by George R.R. Martin came to its end this past Sunday. For eight years, fans watched favorite characters die, came up with insane fan theories, and waited to see which character would end up on the Iron…

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A Look Back at The Misguided Criticism of Starfire

Guest Article- De’Areyes Bryant 2018 was a phenomenal year for black nerds (blerds) and African-Americans alike: we witnessed Black Panther gain more success than most solo superhero films ever dream of, and with it came especially the emphasis of Black Women’s roles in comics and the African dysphoria. We also witnessed the story of Miles Morales,…

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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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Heroes Fired: The Legacy of Marvel’s Netflix Series

With Marvel’s Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Daredevil series being cancelled, it is an apt time to reflect on the legacy of the Marvel/Netflix union. The Marvel and Netflix connection seemed like a match made in heaven. Marvel got a chance to show off their more gritty street-level heroes in episodic format, allowing complex story…

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American Horror Story: Apocalypse Review

With the latest entry of the anthology series now at a close, it is time to discuss all of the good, the bad, and the evil about American Horror Story’s 8th season. Announced at EW‘s Popfest in 2016, American Horror Story: Apocalypse is the first season in the show’s history to predominately feature characters and storylines from previous…

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Daredevil – The Gold Standard of Comic Book Media

Daredevil is one of the greatest adaptions of a comic book character ever put to screen. Daredevil Season 3 released last month and it only solidified the legacy of the series as a whole. Daredevil should be considered one of the greatest achievements in live action comic book media. The combination of excellent craftsmanship, impeccable story telling,…

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Daredevil Season 3 – Review

Daredevil has quickly become the gold standard for comic book television. In 2015, Daredevil premiered on Netflix. A strong departure of what Marvel was doing with the Marvel Cinematic Universe up to that point, Daredevil carried more layers and themes than the traditional superhero tv show. Season one of Daredevil was considered close to perfection and Marvel has not reached…

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

By Contributing Writer, Manh T. “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…

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