Star Wars Resistance – Review

By Contributing Writer- Jeremy Wilkerson. Only five months after the series finale of Rebels, the next Star Wars cartoon is here: Star Wars Resistance. The series premiered on Disney Channel this Sunday, and surprisingly, it’s pretty good. Going into the series, the reprisal of Poe Dameron and Captain Phasma was the main point of interest for…

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Hannibal’s Will Graham: A Self-Exploration

One would think that a show titled Hannibal would have Dr. Hannibal Lecter as the main character. However, FBI Profiler Will Graham took the spotlight throughout all three seasons of Bryan Fuller’s psychological horror-thriller on NBC (2013-2015). In the opening scene of the pilot episode, Will is shown in a bloody reenactment of the crime scene he…

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The Definitive Superman: A DCAU Retrospective

The definitive Superman, DCAU’s Kal-El is truly special. The DC Animated Universe is one of the greatest achievements of DC and WB. The DCAU encompasses 7 animated shows, 4 feature films and the most complete collection of a definitive interpretation.

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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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Legion Season 2 Review: An Unfortunate Delusion

By Former Writer – Brandy Burgess WHERE WE LEFT OFF Season 2 of Legion began attempting to answer the question: Where was David Haller, and why? (Fans will remember Haller being abducted by a tiny orb at the end of the first season.) David’s return challenges the trust of everyone, including Sydney Barrett, the love…

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Violet Evergarden Review: Becoming a Whole Person

By Former Writer – Brandy Burgess We are often taught that our wholeness as human beings must come from a sense of perfection. We say things like “You complete me,” “All’s well that ends well,” or “Health is wealth.” Does having or not having something determine the worth of our existence? That’s what Violet Evergarden…

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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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