Category: Review

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Rob’s Wild MCU Guesses: Punisher

Rob’s Wild MCU Guesses: Punisher

Punisher (Who the hell knows? Netflix.) So, this is supposed to be Thor: Ragnarök, but since I learnt today that Punisher was supposed to drop after their panel at NYCC this weekend, things got shifted around slightly. So, considering I don’t actually know whether the show will still drop this weekend, or whether it’ll be...

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Silver Surfer Requiem: The Underrated Gem of Marvel

Silver Surfer Requiem: The Underrated Gem of Marvel

“If you don’t go now , you never shall. cause there won’t be a next time.” Now you’ve heard of other juggernauts of storytelling by Marvel such as, The Dark Phoenix Saga and Avengers: Disassembled. But, these stories dealt with the heroes often at their best; now what about a story of heroes at their...

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Review: Fu Jitsu #1

Review: Fu Jitsu #1

Am a sucker for all things martial arts, in fact, am a sucker for anything that comes from East Asia. My love of the culture, the films, the food, is equal to the love for my children (I jest). But in all honesty, I seriously love that part of the world. A love that began 27 years...

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Rob’s Wild MCU Guesses: Inhumans (Part One)

Rob’s Wild MCU Guesses: Inhumans (Part One)

Inhumans (August 1, IMAX; August 29, ABC) None of these predictions are based on the rumours, and I stress rumours, of the quality of the show, and I’m not going to say whether or not I think it’ll be good. Like most people, I have to wait until the end of September before I find...

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Review: All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #8

Review: All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #8

Gerry Duggan’s run with the Guardians of the Galaxy for me has been an up and down affair but I can say with total confidence that this issue is easily his best yet. I’d even go so far as to say it’s the best Guardians book to come out since the glory days of Dan...

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Mister Miracle #1: Review

Mister Miracle #1: Review

As of this writing, I’ve stayed off of other comic sites to the best of my ability. In my week long pondering after reading the issue, I’m sure I will be inundated with near-to-perfect reviews after I post this and finally peak beyond the other comic site’s catch head lines for King and Gerard’s 1st...

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Generation Gone #1 Review

Generation Gone #1 Review

Generation Gone’s first issue feels written specifically for me starting immediately with the cover as it depicts a starry night and word balloons with dialogue that grabs your curiosity and dares you to flip the comic open to the next page like well-placed bread crumbs. It’s a gutsy move to use your front cover to...

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Comic Review: Deathstroke #18

Comic Review: Deathstroke #18

DEATHSTROKE #18 Published by: DC Comics Written by: Christopher Priest Art by: Norman Rapmund, Joe Bennet Just before we dive into this book, I would like to announce that Deathstroke has been nominated for an Eisner award for best series. I firmly believe that this series deserves it. Let’s dive into it. Deathstroke #18. Where...

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HEY! We Also Have A Twitch Channel!

HEY! We Also Have A Twitch Channel!

That’s right. We’re not just a website where community members are able to fan as hard as possible and write about the stuff they love. We have a Twitch channel with live shows that YOU can get in on. For instance, the newest episode of our flagship show, YOUR MOM’S BASEMENT happens EVERY WEDNESDAY @ 8pm...

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Movie Review: Okja

Movie Review: Okja

Back in late 2015, Bong Joon-ho announced that his next feature film would feature a South Korean female lead, with a supporting cast of English-speaking actors. This had me excited. It was then announced this feature had been picked up by Netflix, with a budget of $50 million. This had me equally excited. Let’s get that...