The Last of Us- HBO Finds Its Ellie & Joel

 As I’m getting older I’m finding that it’s more and more difficult for me to stay up late during the week. There was a time where if I wasn’t up until 11:30 something was wrong. Of course, at the time I was working two jobs and didn’t get home until 9:30 at night. That only gave me like two hours to decompress before I started … Continue reading The Last of Us- HBO Finds Its Ellie & Joel

2020 The Year Without A Comic Con

Today kind of feels like that moment near the end of Endgame. All of our heroes have dramatically returned from The Snap, I refuse to call it the Blip, and the most epic superhero showdown ever is taking place on screen. Ant-Man is gigantic and punching space monsters in the face. Cap has Thor’s hammer. And then out of the dust emerges Scarlet Witch and … Continue reading 2020 The Year Without A Comic Con

SDCC Day 3- The Watchmen, Picard Returns, & Marvel’s Big Night

That’s not just the heat that has you short of breath, sweating in weird areas, and thinking that you were a victim of The Snap when you walk outside (sorry, I’m not calling it The Blip). No, a lot of that fire that you’re feeling is coming from San Diego as Day Three of SDCC brought the fire, the heat, and any other hot analogies … Continue reading SDCC Day 3- The Watchmen, Picard Returns, & Marvel’s Big Night

Spider-Man Far From Home Review- A New Phase Begins

Spider-Man is my favorite superhero. Ever since I was two years old, I’ve wanted to be Spider-Man. It’s a strange thing to say as an adult but that idea of wanting to be Spider-Man has never stopped, it’s just evolved. Because what is Spider-Man? He’s that every man. The most relatable superhero of all time. A man who is trying to balance being the best … Continue reading Spider-Man Far From Home Review- A New Phase Begins