I slept on The Magnus Archives for far too long, considering how much praise I was exposed to beforehand.
With the movie Chaos Walking out—which I haven’t seen—I figured it would be a good idea to review the book it was based on: The Knife of Never Letting Go.
The next season of Solar Opposites is here. Just like I did with Rick and Morty, I figured I would cover it, and add thoughts I’ve had about the show since the first time around.
The advertising for Invincible was deceptive. From what little was shown, I figured it would be a generic superhero show with maybe some twist to it. But the first thing I see is the M-rating for violence and sexual themes.
I want to be kinder to The Irregulars. The premise of the show is so cool, the ideas off the wall, but the execution is always the crux—and it’s just not there. I appreciate the colorblind casting and the attempts to be unique in its subject matter. That’s refreshing. I just wish the surrounding show was better.
I’m taking it as a sign of media going forward that The Map of Tiny Perfect Things and Palm Springs came out within such a small window of time. The idea has legs, and we can expect some television show soon based on a time loop.
If the scant episodes of DuckTales featuring Darkwing Duck are anything to go on, then the Disney+ remake will be excellent. The bits that we’ve seen so far are both love letters to the series and poke fun at the show’s nature.
This is unfortunate for several reasons. One being because Darkwing Duck is a great show. I understand now why it has the fanbase it does, and why they bothered to include it in DuckTales.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier has garnered quite a reaction online, and I’d heard snippets of opinions regarding the show’s first episode (which is all there is at time of writing). However, when I do these reviews, I try my best to make sure I go in as blind and unbiased as possible.
While I have yet to see Soul, the animation planned to precede it in theaters is as good as one might expect. It’s cute, funny, and so well-animated it’s kind of insane.
The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is one of the rare romantic comedies that not only functions well as such, but also is a wonderful and heartwarming science fiction story with a strong understanding of its premise.
Boldly Go! Subscribe Below!Get all of our stories for the week delivered right to your inbox!
Brandon Scott’s Latest!
This Is The Way
The Star Wars You Remember
Like Us On Facebook
We Are Sci-Fi Podcast
“So many people get shived!” – Merril
Explore! Search The Site
Find Us on Find Your Influence & Blogs Release