Recently I went to see The Last Jedi for the second time just to make sure my take on the film remained intact and also to carefully observe Luke Skywalker, whose plot line reminded me in more than one way of my own journey with the blog you’re reading.
I went into the newest Star Wars movie with the excitement of a man who avoided every trailer and news articles about the film with determination, but in hindsight I think even if I hadn’t, the surprise would’ve been pleasantly inspiring anyway. Here’s my spoiler-free review.
In the ever-growing pantheon of roguelike games flooding Steam and GOG, Enter The Gungeon has ruled above them all since I first laid my eyes on it during a quick sizzle reel at PlayStation’s 2014 E3 presser.
No doubt the fourth episode of Hulu’s Runaways is the best we’ve had so far, and although it didn’t quite pack the punch I’d been waiting for, let’s talk for a minute about all the crazy things it did to separate itself from the comic books.
Several of Panama’s best illustrators and writers have joined forces to make the biggest Panamanian comics anthology a reality and the results are amazing.
Thor: Ragnarok does everything we’ve come to expect from a Marvel flick: it’s got action by the bucket loads, larger-than-life characters and spectacular otherworldly visuals, but beyond that it’s a film that understands quite well what it is from minute one and that is what separates it light years from the rest.
Man, I love The Flash. Out of the five biggest superheroes in DC’s universe, the Scarlet Speedster is the liveliest example of someone who genuinely loves his superpowers. This is one of the main reasons Warner Bros. and DC decided to bring him into the Arrowverse to counter Ollie Green’s brooding show, Arrow. So, if The Flash is meant to be a less complicated and somber brother to its green counterpart, why do I feel so upset and sad after watching a new episode?