Transformer: War for Cybertron Part One is No Seige (a Review)

Transformers is one of my favorite things that I have never actually found my version of it. People have their Gen 1 or Beast Machines, or Movies (if they hate themselves), or Prime (probably the best of all the series). The closest I could really call as mine is the Unicron trilogy. The problem with that is how badly the three series have aged. They … Continue reading Transformer: War for Cybertron Part One is No Seige (a Review)

A Look Back at My X-Men: X-Men Evolution Season 3

The title of this series is now automatically wrong for I have not seen the rest of the show before this viewing. I thought I did, though it’s hard to tell when you’re a kid just how much or how little you’ve seen of a show with constant reruns (for a great polar example I thought I only saw a little bit of Cowboy Bebop … Continue reading A Look Back at My X-Men: X-Men Evolution Season 3

Looking Back at my X-Men: X-Men Evolution Season 2

The first season of X-Men Evolution was a very simple, straightforward teen action/drama show for kids. Simple, if important lessons and ideas that children need to understand while also being fairly faithful to the comics. Considering the era it was made in, and even now, it was faithful and wanted to push some ideas forward. The second season goes bigger. The second season pushes to … Continue reading Looking Back at my X-Men: X-Men Evolution Season 2

Cursed Is Actually a YA Novel Adaption (a Review)

The last Netflix series I looked at , Warrior Nun, felt like a YA novel being given a whole season of television to run with. This time that is actually the case. Cursed is a YA novel by Tom Wheeler and Frank Miller of all people about the Arthurian legend reimagined. I haven’t read the book, I plan to, but Frank Miller acts as artist … Continue reading Cursed Is Actually a YA Novel Adaption (a Review)

Black Clover & The Power of Mediocrity

The following covers the first 9 volumes of the manga/52 episodes of the anime (the water temple arc because that’s what Hulu has available). Black Clover feels like a series perfectly engineered to be someone’s first Shonen. It’s premise is the mix of all the then popular Shonen series. A spunky, short protagonist with special powers that makes him underestimated by everyone like Naruto, along … Continue reading Black Clover & The Power of Mediocrity

Warrior Nun is a YA Novel (a Review)

Sometimes you see such an on the nose, schlocky title that you just have to watch it and hope it isn’t another Iron Fist This is true for Netflix’s most recent comic book adaptation, Warrior Nun. Based on the series by Ben Dunn called Warrior Nun Areala, this show follows Ava. Ava, a quadrapalegic orphan who dies under suspicious circumstances is resurrected when the church … Continue reading Warrior Nun is a YA Novel (a Review)

Looking back at my X-Men: X-Men Evolution Season 1

Jonathan Hickmans whole revolution of the X-Line has gotten me back into X-Men since, despite it being one of my favorite series, is only one of my favorite series in concept. I love the idea of a half teen drama/half super hero drama and social commentary. The problem is that there were never runs liked enough or current enough for me to latch onto. I’m … Continue reading Looking back at my X-Men: X-Men Evolution Season 1