I don’t like the X-Men, because I love my parents.

Pictured: A surrogate family of students and their cool college professor. My history as a Marvel comics fan was similar to most who grew up in the nineties I imagine. I was vaguely aware of characters such as Spider-Man but only really became interested enough to dig deeper into the comics and extra lore when … Continue reading I don’t like the X-Men, because I love my parents.

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Captain America is still a patriot.

You can take the Captain out of America, but you can't take America out of the Captain. During the lead up to Avengers: Infinity War, I read and heard a reoccurring idea among review pundits. While I had no problem with most of their analysis, in fact, many of them did really in-depth explorations of the character … Continue reading Captain America is still a patriot.

20/20 Into the Badlands, out of the States.

Because there are no bad ideas, only bad executions. This is a series where I take a look back at things that could have worked or could have been made even better. The AMC show currently airing its third season sacrificed thematic depth for nicer scenery. If I come off as a broken record than … Continue reading 20/20 Into the Badlands, out of the States.

20/20 Star Wars and the narrative of Rebellion

Because there are no bad ideas, only bad executions. This is a series where I take a hindsight look at products that could have fared better with a few tweaks. Remember when Star Wars: The Force Awakens first came out and it blew most everyone away and even the guys who cried "rehash" were at least having … Continue reading 20/20 Star Wars and the narrative of Rebellion