Cops have a rough time of it already inside of mainstream media, but – what about 30 years ago? Were they depicted as sage, courageous heralds of integrity? Did they deliver justice, righteousness and a feeling of satisfaction when the bad guys finally got their just desserts? Far. From. It. It’s time for the … Continue reading Our Review of “Badge Of Honor” – Episode 23
Monthly Archives: May 2019
The number of visual art forms is staggering. Film, Television, live Theater, sculptures and paintings. None of those get us more excited than comic books! They may have been deemed the cause of juvenile delinquency over an half century ago, but today, comics are finally being recognized as the legitimate art form that they are! … Continue reading The Art Of It All: Some Of Our Favorite Comic Book Artists
The visit to HARD SCIENCE FICTION – is often – HARD. Worlds. Languages. Customs. Known facts. History – they’re all x-factors in all of it and now – let’s toss the story IN SPACE. You might think that it sounds like a recipe for disaster and detrimental impact on believe-ability, but inside of the 2nd … Continue reading Season 6, Episode 2 “Window Of Opportunity” – Reviewed!
The fog. It’s one of the most mesmerizing meteorological events on the planet. While there are scientific reasons for it, the fact is that when the fog is utilized inside of modern American cinema – it’s all the more delicious. What could add an extra flavor the the tasty bounty of fog? A foghorn, … Continue reading Our Review of “The Pirate’s Promise” – Episode 22
The act of telling a story, much less an interesting one, is not easy. Yes, we’re taught to place words in an order so they form sentences, and those sentences are meant to create a narrative others should be able to follow and understand. But that’s not always the case. Writing a story is hard … Continue reading The Write Stuff – Some Of Our Favorite Comic Writers
A year gone by. 8.5 collective hours of Marvel Cinematic cannonic storytelling, emotions, and perspective have elapsed and laid groundwork for the next decade of history to come. How does a tiny, 43-minute, episodic television series somehow weave itself into all of it? The answer? We’ll share it with you as we snap back to … Continue reading Season 6, Episode 1 “Missing Pieces” – Reviewed!
Photographs can foster warm feelings, memories and love. They can also be the centerpiece of ill will, harbored jealousy and MURDER. A camera that delivers photographs surely isn’t evil – it’s only capturing the people, objects and scenes it’s point at, right? Well – what if the camera WAS “evil” – cursed even? What … Continue reading Our Review of “Double Exposure” – Episode 21