In Batman #50, we saw the moment where Bruce Wayne was broken emotionally: he was left at the altar by Selina Kyle. He thought he had finally found happiness, something he didn't think he would find in his life as Batman. Soon enough, he began taking it out on the criminals of Gotham, in one … Continue reading The Heartbreak of Bruce Wayne
Four Full Days of NYCC Master Classes, Workshops, and Conversations Developed in Collaboration with Entertainment Weekly and the MPAA will Bring Fans together with Industry Luminaries and Top-Tier Talent from the Worlds of Entertainment and Storytelling including legendary comic artist Alex Ross. NORWALK, CT – August 9, 2018 – ReedPOP, the world’s leading producer of … Continue reading NEW YORK COMIC CON UNVEILS EXCLUSIVE NEW EVENT SERIES – THE STUDIO @ NYCC
You thought I'd be gone this long and then come back with only ONE episode?!! Nah son. I sit down with fellow blerds Rob and Keyan to have a in depth discussion about the man of power himself! Did you watch season 2 yet?! You may have missed a few things. Check out this beautiful … Continue reading Revenge of The Blerds: Da Phoenix Den Episode 4 – Luke Cage Season 2 Spoiler Talk!
Yes I know it's been forever, calm your feisty nipples. I sit down for another podcast adventure with two of the best artists in town, Jamison and Esteban, from EDJ Studios! We talk about the problems with the anime market, how to be a better artist, and what shows you should be watching. Boy did … Continue reading Da Phoenix Den: Episode 3 with EDJ Studios!!
The Entertainment Industry is a constantly moving and changing environment. New technology has allowed for an advancement in a lot of areas whether it be streaming music, television, or films. This rapidly changing environment is certainly shifting how entertainment is made and how it’s sold. There is a lot of greatness coming from this age … Continue reading The Importance Of Diversity In Entertainment
Mission: Impossible started its legacy as a television series in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. It lasted a few years before ending it’s run. The brand itself was stagnant for many years until Hollywood decided to take a crack at rebooting it. Rebooting a property is almost always problematic. There is almost always trouble … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Mission: Impossible- Fallout’
San Diego Comic Con is one of the largest conventions in the World. Every year there are thousands of people who flock to Downtown San Diego to let their nerd pride show. They go there in all sort of costumes and they are extremely excited to either enjoy the large hall of vendors and booths. … Continue reading The Best Of San Diego Comic Con 2018