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Something spooky this way comes according to Netflix’s 2018 New York Comic Con lineup. Netflix aims to delight fans with a full range of laughs and frights, and even a superhero to save the day! The hits just keep on coming with this year's New York Comic Con announcements and this new announcement from Netflix … Continue reading NETFLIX ANNOUNCES 2018 NEW YORK COMIC CON LINEUP
This year’s New York Comic-Con is turning out to be one of their biggest ever, with more and more announcements coming everyday! Today we learn that Marvel Entertainment is doing it big this year and running full speed ahead! Check out the complete press release. Release: Marvel Entertainment is descending onto New York Comic Con … Continue reading ‘MARVEL ENTERTAINMENT’ TAKES OVER NEW YORK COMIC CON
"Different colors, different kids, different colored kids!" - Alpha 5 Back from the ashes! I sit down with the man himself, the owner of Up Your Geek, Lamar Cain! We talk about Marvel, DC, Power Rangers, and why the f*ck we can't just get along! https://soundcloud.com/user-53220043/da-phoenix-den-episode-5-the-art-of-inclusion
Today, DreamWorks Animation Television has revealed their entire line up for New York Comic-Con 2018. This will be our very first opportunity to see She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Check out the detail below Freaks & Geeks! Press Release: DreamWorks Animation Television is set to present several jam-packed panels at New York Comic Con 2018, … Continue reading DREAMWORKS ANIMATION TELEVISION ANNOUNCES 2018 NEW YORK COMIC CON LINE UP
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!
Well, the moment of truth has arrived. David Ayer's Bright has officially released on Netflix which signifies the streaming service's first major outing in producing films, as well as television shows. However, this endeavor has so far been met with largely negative reception from several critics. I do, however, disagree with the consensus so far. … Continue reading REVIEW: Bright