Saturday night I saw Shazam! and it.was.awesome. 3 for 3 with the stand alones for DC. Well done. While Marvel was handing out free tickets to try and get butts in seats and positive reviews, DC was SELLING early tickets to get butts in seats to get in early reviews. I used to watch Shazam […]Read More Shazam! (vs Captain Marvel): Film Review
I don’t understand why Marvel made so many bad decisions in regards to Captain Marvel. Their trailers were horrible. They went out of their way to pick fights with fans, so much so that I didn’t go and see the movie even to write a review on it. I didn’t want to be a part […]Read More Marvel Ads for Captain Marvel have universally sucked.
I purchased this box set on Kickstarter when the campaign first started, hoping to get my husband a game that he would like but hadn’t heard of yet. The game was an instant hit with the family. We have teenagers who aren’t really so interested in a long game with parents, and this game moves […]Read More 5 Minute Dungeon: A Review
Once Upon A Deadpool, or Deadpool 2 the PG-13 version, was a milder, less violent version of Deadpool 2 with a twist. The twist includes an homage to The Princess Bride and an appearance from a full grown Fred Savage. In this version, without much of a spoiler, Deadpool reads Fred a bedtime story which […]Read More Once Upon A Deadpool: Film Review
One of the first things that hit you about this animated film, is the style. The sharp lines filled in by classic coloring styles with a feint double vision in the background was meant to be a throwback to comic books. You will see a lot of shading techniques only found in old print comics, […]Read More Into the Spiderverse: Film Review
If you remember, a few days ago I wrote an article about Black Panther Oscar Nomination, and how Marvel capitalized on the hashtag #oscarssowhite to set themselves up to be a player in the best picture category. They are participating in a game that Hollywood plays all the time. But since they are now partnered […]Read More Marvel and Disney’s A Oscar Game
I have a confession to make. The reason I went to go see Glass was not because I loved Unbreakable, even though I did. I didn’t see it because I love M. Night Shyamalan. His record has been a bit spotty as of late. I didn’t see it because I’ve loved Bruce Willis in everything since […]Read More Glass – – Why do critics hate comic books and scifi?