The Hooting (I’m so Sorry) Good Time of Owl House Season One

Despite being someone who watches far more varied types of media I have fallen out of the know when it comes to moder cable animated series. I have cursory knowledge about things like Steven Universe and the like but haven’t taken the time to really watch them. As I have said and must continue to say: there is just so much new television that it’s … Continue reading The Hooting (I’m so Sorry) Good Time of Owl House Season One

Evil Season One: Every Vision is Lemons (a Review)

There is so much television. Outside the big steaming services and premium channels we still have classic networks pumping out shows for your parents or grandparents depending on how old you are. One that’s gotten a lot of attention comes from the NCIS dispensary CBS… Evil staring Mike Colter of Luke Cage fame. And since it is spooky season finally might as well look at … Continue reading Evil Season One: Every Vision is Lemons (a Review)

The Strange (de)Evolution of Halloweentown

Halloweentown is a very unique series with such a simple and genius premise. What if Nightmare before Christmas was also Sabrina the Teenage Witch. A kid friendly take on all the monsters that go bump in the night along with a celebration of the spoopiest time of the year. It was also one of the few Disney Channel Original Movies to get continuous airplay on … Continue reading The Strange (de)Evolution of Halloweentown

The Idhun Chronicles: The Most Anime of Anime that Ever Animed (a Review)

Netflix has had an incredibly diverse track record when it comes to the anime they either distributed and/or produced. They have really ranged the gamut. From incredible shows like Beastars and Devilman Cry Baby to the uneven B the Beginning, to the congealed mess of traits that made up the energetic Cannonbuster and parody Neo Yokio. However, none seem to compare to the barest or … Continue reading The Idhun Chronicles: The Most Anime of Anime that Ever Animed (a Review)

It’s Official: The Good Place is One of my Favorite Shows Ever

Since season one I saw the Good Place as something special. A series with an almost perfect concept to let wacky hijinx, fun characters, heartfelt scenes, and strong thought provoking ideas come up and play out naturally. All of this taken to the next logical extreme with the now famous season one twist. A twist so obvious but well constructed that it changes the game … Continue reading It’s Official: The Good Place is One of my Favorite Shows Ever

Yeah, but is The Legend of Korra good, Though?

I just finished my season-by-seaon look at The Legend of Korra, and overall I find it a facinating series (6,000 words of fascination later). The most fascinating, and my favorite thing about this series is the complicated and diverse discourse the show has. This might be because I relish argument as pure sport (read my piece on Smash Bros for further understanding— it’s good). You … Continue reading Yeah, but is The Legend of Korra good, Though?

That Moment When you Wait for Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan to Show Up (a Review of Cobra Kai Season 1&2)

Karate Kid is one of those nearly perfect 80s movies. A movie so precise in its focus and execution that the fact it didn’t always exist seems odd. Even after follow two more movies of varying quality and a host of spin-offs and reboots the original persistent as a classic. Cobra Kai, originally a YouTube Original (cause that’s the best way to get a TV … Continue reading That Moment When you Wait for Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan to Show Up (a Review of Cobra Kai Season 1&2)

Avatar: the Impossible Followup – A look at The Legend of Korra Seaon 4

We have come to the end of this journey. A look at a series that I have more to say on an upcoming editorial, but seasonally has reached its end. I don’t have a whole lot of preamble. After season three ended I didn’t keep track of season four cause I wanted to wait and watch it when it was over, and I heard no … Continue reading Avatar: the Impossible Followup – A look at The Legend of Korra Seaon 4

Avatar: The Impossible Followup – A look at The Legend of Korra Season 3

As alluded to at the end of my season 2 look, Korra was removed from Nickelodeon and put onto the web for streaming. Though I cannot remember an exact day or episode, I do recall that it was at the start of this season. This is strange and doesn’t truly effect the series other than maybe one scene they probably couldn’t have aired. It’s removal … Continue reading Avatar: The Impossible Followup – A look at The Legend of Korra Season 3