Category: Television

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A Force to Be Reckoned With

Netflix recently released it’s new cartoon, Q-Force. People have called it a gay James Bond. I like to think of it as a gay(er) version of Archer. With a number of LGBTQ+ voice actors on the show, including...

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Flashback: Static Shock

Welcome to my first Flashback article. I decided to do some of these periodically to hit up things from my past and not just my present and future. As a Gen X-er, I grew up and matured with...

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But Really, What If?

I remember the old What If…? comics growing up, offering alternate universes to what was in regular comic continuity. There were worlds where Phoenix didn’t die, where Spider-Man had joined the Fantastic Four, and where Rick Jones had...

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Will the Third Time Be a Charm?

HBO Max has released the third season of Titans, the series that had originally been released on the DC Universe app back when when did TV shows. All that stuff has moved to HBO Max now and after...

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Revelations About Eternia

There has been a lot of talk about the new Masters of the Universe cartoon for a while. People had a problem that a lot more of the show looked like it was going to be about Teela...

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Living up to the Legacy

I remember seeing Jupiter’s Legacy in the comic shop a while back, but I had no idea what it was about. There are so many comics coming out each week that I just stuck to my usual stuff....

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Acting on Impulse

The Flash is just getting started with the real part of the new season after finalizing what would have been the end of the last one if not for the pandemic. Given that COVID meant a late start...

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Invincible Jumps from the Page to Prime

I’ll be honest. While I’ve seen the character here and there, I’ve never actually read an issue of Invincible. I mean, it’s kinda hard to miss him with the bright yellow with light blue and black contrast. He...

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Who Is the Heir to the Captain?

With WandaVision‘s first (and hopefully not last) season closed out, Disney+ took no time in bringing us our next Marvel small screen addiction. Friday, the first episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier hit the streaming service’s...

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And the Heroes Return

Forget what the CW wants to call it, DC’s TV shows on the CW will always be the Arrowverse to me. That’s where it all started whether they want to still acknowledge it or not. Despite a pandemic...