City of Heroes: Revival After Shutdown in 2012

I don't know about you, but anyone who plays MMOs, or frequents any websites that write about MMOs may have seen some sprinklings of news regarding an old MMORPG called City of Heroes. Maybe you haven't, but earlier this year this old game became a tremendous source of news, but how exactly did an MMO … Continue reading City of Heroes: Revival After Shutdown in 2012

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What ‘My Hero Academia’ Gets Right

Anime is one of the most interesting forms of artistic expression in regards to cinema. Anime’s style comes purely from the cultural intricacies of Japan and its worldwide recognition and admiration has been felt many times over. It’s easy to see its influence in American media with one of the biggest being the Matrix series. … Continue reading What ‘My Hero Academia’ Gets Right

REVIEW: ‘Shazam!’

The DC Extended Universe has had some hurdles along the way. There has been a constant shift in casting, movie lineups, and a plethora of other controversies, which has been difficult  to ignore. While all of this may be true they aren’t without their smash hit successes and most recently Aquaman did quite nicely for … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Shazam!’

How Superhero Morality Can & Should Be Emulated

On March 15th, 2019 two Mosques in the small town of Christchurch, New Zealand were hit with what could only be described as a violent act of terror as a White Supremacist shot and killed 49 Follopeople. These were people with families who came to their place of worship like so many other people do … Continue reading How Superhero Morality Can & Should Be Emulated

Ben Affleck Is Officially Out As Batman

According to an article on Deadline, Matt Reeves' 'Batman' movie will hit theaters on June 25, 2021 and will focus on a young Bruce Wayne; which means Affleck is out. Affleck further confirmed this news when he shared the Deadline article on his Twitter account and wished Reeves well on his version of the Caped … Continue reading Ben Affleck Is Officially Out As Batman

Why ‘Genre Films’ Aren’t Given The Respect They So Often Deserve

It is the beginning of 2019 which means it is officially award season for film and television. The 76th Annual Golden Globes Awards was just held with some of the most widely praised films of the year being put up for nominations and even some winning a few awards.  It was a milestone that Black … Continue reading Why ‘Genre Films’ Aren’t Given The Respect They So Often Deserve