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Thanks For The Magic: The Magicians Series Finale Ends Takes Us To Fillory And Further

The series finale of The Magicians aired last night. It is sad to see this show end its run now when we need new content more than ever. But the finale ended on a note of […]

April 2, 2020
COMICSMarvelReviews
Zeb Wells and Stephen Segovia Raise Hellions in Dawn of X (Spoilers Review)

“Little hellions, kids feeling rebellious/ Embarrassed that their parents still listen to Elvis/ They start feeling like prisoners helpless/’ Til someone comes along on a mission and yells “bitch!” This stanza, from Eminem’s “Without Me,” […]

March 27, 2020
Pop CultureReviewsTV Shows
The Picard Season 1 Finale Is A Big, Beautiful Mess, but It’s Star Trek In The End: Review

We live in a remarkable age where beloved stories and characters are not allowed to come to an end. Storytellers keep going back to the same wells, bringing back old characters or rebooting them for […]

March 27, 2020
MoviesReviews
Snowpiercer Retro Review – The Perfect Distraction Movie

Director Bong Joon-ho has had his name in the media an awful lot recently. Parasite, a film which the South Korean filmmaker directed (and we reviewed), produced, and wrote, won Best Picture at the latest Academy Awards […]

March 24, 2020
Anime NewsMoviesReviews
Altered Carbon: Resleeved Netflix Anime Is a Bloody, Beautiful Successor to Series

We only just got finished with Altered Carbon season 2, and already there is a new adventure starring Takeshi Kovacs. From the trailer for Altered Carbon: Resleeved, the Netflix anime looked to be the best […]

March 21, 2020
COMICSMarvelReviews
Eve Ewing and Kim Jacinto Successfully Outlawed All Teenage Superheroes

For as long as comics existed, teenage superheroes were part of that world. Robin wasn’t even a teenager yet when Batman decided he was ready to be a sidekick. Then there was Spider-Man, a kid […]

March 19, 2020
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Marieke Nijkamp Beautifully Redefines Barbara Gordon in The Oracle Code

In their effort to appeal to younger readers—especially teenage girls—DC started a new line of graphic novels under the imprint DC INK. The first of these, Teen Titans: Raven by Kami Garcia, was an excellent […]

March 17, 2020
ReviewsTV Shows
The Dawn Of A New Westworld In The Season 3 Premiere

It is 2020, a year much prophesied in genre fiction and media. In this golden age we once dreamt of flying cars (or at least driverless ones) and robot companions. What we have instead is […]

March 16, 2020
MoviesReviewsValiant Entertainment
Bloodshot Is a Valiant Effort to Launch a Cinematic Universe and a Fun Film: Review

While many movies are being delayed because of coronavirus concerns, Bloodshot still opened in theaters. The new movie starring Vin Diesel did earn a low Rotten Tomatoes score from critics who got advanced screenings. However, […]

March 14, 2020
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