A Series of Unfortunate Events: The End

By Former Writer – Brandy Burgess 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…

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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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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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