Luke Cage – Season Two Review

Luke Cage is without a doubt the best foray in the Marvel/Netflix library. Whereas other shows may have started strong and fizzled out with their second season (or first, in terms of Iron Fist) Luke Cage has been invincible. Luke Cage’s second season picks up after Defenders and explicitly addresses the fallout of their battle…

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Legends of Tomorrow: CW’s Best Series

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow began as just a quirky spin-off to the then successful DC television shows Arrow and The Flash. However, in the past couple of years, it has quickly become the most entertaining of the current slate of DC shows on the CW. In this latest season, the series truly embraces its ridiculousness and…

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Amazon & Tolkien – Where and back again?

If you do not live in a hole under the ground, you are probably aware that there have been some recent rumblings and resurrections in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-Earth, this time on the televised medium. Rights have been purchased from the Tolkien Estate, with intentions of producing a multi-season series focusing on events preceding those that…

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Luke Cage & Police Brutality- A Missed Opportunity

As of late, the superhero genre has been lauded for its attempts to represent minority groups in their pictures. DC and Warner Bros., for example, were the first to provide a leading female, blockbuster superhero with Wonder Woman, an iconic, successful film that nearly broke $1 billion worldwide. The following year, Disney/Marvel shattered records with Black Panther,…

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The Legacy of Superman: 80 Years of The Man of Steel

“Doomed Planet. Desperate Scientists. Last Hope. Kindly Couple. Superman” – All Star Superman Superman, created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, has had a profound impact on popular culture since his debut on April 18th, 1938, 80 years ago today. His rise in popularity over the decades has evolved into a legacy that is truly remarkable,…

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THE PUNISHER is Marvel’s Most Important Show Yet

Written by Mossiah Smith “Killing me won’t solve anything!” “I know.” The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s branching out into the television space was something that none of us saw coming, yet were open to exploring. Marvel, looking to use Netflix as the platform to spark darker and more mature stories, already produced Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke…

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