Arrow Series Finale Allowed Oliver to Create His Own Reward: Review

The biggest challenge in the series finale for Arrow is that the main character, Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen, isn’t there. He sacrificed himself during the Crisis On Infinite Earths finale in order to bring about a new universe. This move served to allow the other Arrowverse series to tweak small things on their shows. Yet, for Arrow it allowed them to, literally, bring back to life fan-favorite characters killed during the run of the series....
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Arrow Series Finale Allowed Oliver to Create His Own Reward: Review

Sony Pictures’ He-Man Movie Delayed; Possibly In Trouble?

Sony Pictures' He-Man movie is the first of many He-Man properties to be delayed, possibly shelved in Sony's new release calender.
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Sony Pictures’ He-Man Movie Delayed; Possibly In Trouble?

Google Stadia Updates Go Silent As Early Adopters Want Answers

I’ve been fascinated with the rollout of the Google Stadia. The console garnished quite a bit of coverage from us, and rightfully so. The console means to shake up the way players enjoy video games. No more disks, no more buying multiple copies of something to share as a family; it all sounded great. Unfortunately, updates are now at a stand still, and have been for 40 days. The sole update in the past 40...
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Arrow Series Finale Allowed Oliver to Create His Own Reward: Review

The biggest challenge in the series finale for Arrow is that the main character, Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen, isn’t there. He sacrificed himself during the Crisis On Infinite Earths finale in order to bring about a new universe. This move served to allow the other Arrowverse series to tweak small things on their shows. Yet, […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 29, 2020
Sony Pictures’ He-Man Movie Delayed; Possibly In Trouble?

Sony Pictures’ He-Man movie is the first of many He-Man properties to be delayed, possibly shelved in Sony’s new release calender.

BY Shah Shahid January 28, 2020
Google Stadia Updates Go Silent As Early Adopters Want Answers

I’ve been fascinated with the rollout of the Google Stadia. The console garnished quite a bit of coverage from us, and rightfully so. The console means to shake up the way players enjoy video games. No more disks, no more buying multiple copies of something to share as a family; it all sounded great. Unfortunately, […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 28, 2020
Grand Theft Auto 6 Leaks Cause Hopeful Speculation

Rockstar is busy right now. If you play Red Dead Redemption 2 online at all, then you know why. The game is still getting consistent updates, not unlike Grand Theft Auto 5. If there’s one thing Rockstar does well, it’s supporting their titles. We’re nearly 7 years removed from GTA 5, and believe it or not, we […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 27, 2020
Doctor Who Introduces the First Black Female Doctor and Upends Whovian Mythology

Doctor Who pulled off its most successful episodes of the new era this week. Most fans went into this episode expecting another standard mid-season standalone episode. Instead, what we got was a series of unexpected twists and turns that drastically upend Doctor Who mythology. The most important thing was we may have gotten the first black […]

BY Emily O'Donnell January 28, 2020
Star Wars: Resistance Series Finale Ties Into the Films In the Most Surprising Way

After 40 episodes, the series finale for Star Wars: Resistance aired, closing the show in a very strange way. We’ve only seen one proper animated series finale in the modern era of Star Wars animation. The reason the Star Wars: Rebels sequel series rumor got so much traction is because it was a deftly executed […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 27, 2020
Joe Quesada Pays Tribute to Kobe Bryant Passing and His Love of Comic Books with Cover

On Sunday afternoon, Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and seven other souls lost their lives in a helicopter crash in California. The death of the NBA legend sparked worldwide tributes from athletes, musicians at the Grammys, and celebrities. Yet a tribute from Marvel Creative Director Joe Quesada highlights Kobe Bryant and his love of […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 27, 2020
Eisner Hall of Fame Nominees Include Legends Like Simonson, Bechdel, Watterson and More

It’s hard to believe that we’re already voting for the 2020 Eisner Awards, the “Oscars of Comics.” Even though we don’t know who the nominees will be for the standard awards, we do have a list for the Hall of Fame nominees. Considering how all of these nominees contributed greatly to the industry, I feel […]

BY Roman Colombo January 27, 2020
Disney+ Reveals Loose Release Date for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

While The Mandalorian (and Baby Yoda) captured fans’ hearts on Disney+, a new original series is hotly anticipated. No, it’s not the rumored Star Wars: Rebels sequel or the final season of The Clone Wars. Rather, it’s the first live-action series from the new Marvel Studios television group, producing content for the streamer. A new […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 27, 2020
Video Games for Stress – Changing the Conversation on Gaming

When video games are in the news, it’s likely not a positive story. Overall, most of the coverage for games outside of the industry and fan community focuses on negatives. Story after story, non-informed or mis-informed people discuss violent video games as a catalyst for aggressive or violent behavior. If you hear about gaming on […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 26, 2020
Emojiland: the Musical Is One of the Most Delightful Stage Experiences Ever Made

First, let’s not confuse this with the Emoji Movie. That abomination of a film has nothing to do with Emojiland: The Musical, a production that writers Laura Schein and Keith Harrison have been working on for over five years. This musical, which might still be fun for the whole family but not entirely for kids, […]

BY Roman Colombo January 26, 2020
The Silence of the Lambs Retro Review – Haunting Us Decades Later

The Silence of the Lambs has impacted our culture in a way that most horror films haven’t been able to achieve. It’s labeled as a psychological horror film. Though, it does far more than scare us with cheap jumps and over-the-top gore. It manages to find it’s way under your skin, and have you fearing for […]

BY Meghan Hale January 26, 2020
How to Set Up Your Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for PC

A huge reason I love the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller is the feel of using it for any genre of game. If I want to play a shooter, then I usually want a controller with a few features. Firstly, I’m looking for sensitive triggers ready for split-second reactions. Plus, I usually want something that feels […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 26, 2020
Xbox One Elite Controller: Is It Worth the Money?

I think there are some very real concerns about the more expensive gaming accessories. On the one hand, things like official manufacturer controllers are almost always a better quality than third-party options. So, imagine most people’s surprise when the flagship Microsoft controller, the Xbox One Elite Controller, hit shelves for $150. My first impression included […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 25, 2020
Jodie Whittaker Will Stay In The Tardis Through Another Season Of Doctor Who

Jodie Whittaker, the first female Doctor Who is here to stay, at least through one more season of the time-traveling BBC show. Whittaker will continue her run as the Doctor, presumably alongside showrunner Chris Chibnall. In an interview with EW, Whittaker confirmed the news. “Yes, I’m doing another season,” she confirmed. “That might be a […]

BY Emily O'Donnell January 25, 2020
Wonder Woman #750 is a Delightful Celebration of the “1st Superhero”

Seven hundred and fifty issues. Along with Superman and Batman, Wonder Woman is one of the most important Golden Age heroes—that’s why they are the “trinity.” However, ever since she made that hard superhero landing in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Princess Diana of Themyscira jumped leaps and bounds over her male counterparts. While […]

BY Roman Colombo January 25, 2020
Disney+ February Releases – Five We Can’t Wait to Watch

In the United States, the Disney+ craze seems to be calming down a little. Overall, there are a lot of great titles on the platform. There’s also a lot of great things in the works, plus, The Mandalorian really exceeded expectations. As far as the future for the subscription streaming service, there are still a […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 25, 2020
Bill Murray Confirmed to Be In Ghostbusters: Afterlife, But Expect Glorified Cameos

After months of speculation and questions, venerated National Treasure Bill Murray is confirmed to be reprising his role as Peter Venkman for Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Along with Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, and Sigourney Weaver, Murray’s inclusion means almost all original castmembers will be present in the film. Two won’t be, however. Rick Moranis retired […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 24, 2020
The Turning Review: I Am Doll Parts

The Turning, the latest adaptation of Henry James’s 1898 novella The Turn of the Screw, hits theaters this week. In our review of The Turning, we’ll find out if it were a good idea to make another version of the tale. First, Background on the Source Material James’s story centers on a governess who is […]

BY Salomé Gonstad January 24, 2020
The Star Trek: Picard Series Premiere Is What It Looks Like When Star Trek Distrusts Its Institutions: Review

On January 23, 2020, fans of Star Trek got what they wanted. We can revisit Jean-Luc Picard, a generation’s favorite captain of the Enterprise. However, reaction to the Star Trek: Picard series premiere was a bit mixed. Some people absolutely loved the slow-burn drama about Picard and the loss of Data. Others, however, felt that […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 24, 2020
Google Stadia Updates Go Silent As Early Adopters Want Answers

I’ve been fascinated with the rollout of the Google Stadia. The console garnished quite a bit of coverage from us, and rightfully so. The console means to shake up the way players enjoy video games. No more disks, no more buying multiple copies of something to share as a family; it all sounded great. Unfortunately, […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 28, 2020
Grand Theft Auto 6 Leaks Cause Hopeful Speculation

Rockstar is busy right now. If you play Red Dead Redemption 2 online at all, then you know why. The game is still getting consistent updates, not unlike Grand Theft Auto 5. If there’s one thing Rockstar does well, it’s supporting their titles. We’re nearly 7 years removed from GTA 5, and believe it or not, we […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 28, 2020
Video Games for Stress – Changing the Conversation on Gaming

When video games are in the news, it’s likely not a positive story. Overall, most of the coverage for games outside of the industry and fan community focuses on negatives. Story after story, non-informed or mis-informed people discuss violent video games as a catalyst for aggressive or violent behavior. If you hear about gaming on […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 26, 2020
How to Set Up Your Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for PC

A huge reason I love the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller is the feel of using it for any genre of game. If I want to play a shooter, then I usually want a controller with a few features. Firstly, I’m looking for sensitive triggers ready for split-second reactions. Plus, I usually want something that feels […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 26, 2020

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Arrow Series Finale Allowed Oliver to Create His Own Reward: Review

The biggest challenge in the series finale for Arrow is that the main character, Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen, isn’t there. He sacrificed himself during the Crisis On Infinite Earths finale in order to bring about a new universe. This move served to allow the other Arrowverse series to tweak small things on their shows. Yet, […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 29, 2020
Sony Pictures’ He-Man Movie Delayed; Possibly In Trouble?

Sony Pictures’ He-Man movie is the first of many He-Man properties to be delayed, possibly shelved in Sony’s new release calender.

BY Shah Shahid January 28, 2020
Google Stadia Updates Go Silent As Early Adopters Want Answers

I’ve been fascinated with the rollout of the Google Stadia. The console garnished quite a bit of coverage from us, and rightfully so. The console means to shake up the way players enjoy video games. No more disks, no more buying multiple copies of something to share as a family; it all sounded great. Unfortunately, […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 28, 2020
Grand Theft Auto 6 Leaks Cause Hopeful Speculation

Rockstar is busy right now. If you play Red Dead Redemption 2 online at all, then you know why. The game is still getting consistent updates, not unlike Grand Theft Auto 5. If there’s one thing Rockstar does well, it’s supporting their titles. We’re nearly 7 years removed from GTA 5, and believe it or not, we […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 28, 2020