Has it been a long drive of a week? Are you here to see what happens next?
Between Kipo and The Last Kids on Earth, the child-friendly apocalypse has become a subgenre. But that’s not a bad thing, especially when both shows have been stellar.
Hello, everyone! It’s the first Friday Fiction of the new year. And, to start it off, we have a question for you: How does that random junk end up on the side of the highway?
WandaVision is one of the freshest, strangest, most experimental things that the Marvel cinematic universe has produced. And considering Guardians of the Galaxy exists, that’s quite a thing to say.
And, as a happy and average player, I want to describe the appeal of the F.I.R.E. (“fun,” “inviting,” “replayable,” and “exciting”) philosophy.
While I’m not planning to make a habit out of reviewing Webtoon comics, Omniscient Reader caught my attention because of its sudden spiking popularity, and admittedly strong initial premise.
It’s a subversive funhouse. A lot of the initial expected trappings seem in place, but the show ruthlessly attacks tropes from the second episode onward. Nothing plays out the way it should, and often the show has a sense of ever-present danger usually lacking from children’s fantasy cartoons.
It’s a new year! It’s time for resolutions! But this is a science-fiction and fantasy blog, so we’re not interested in just any resolution. No, instead, we’re going on-brand.
It is well-established that Phineas and Ferb is amazing and worthy of a lot of praise. And, with great enthusiasm, I say Candace Against the Universe is more of the same.
The alien worlds are not the appeal of this show, as strange as that sounds. You only get five broken minutes or so of CGI footage per episode.
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