Batwoman has flaws, but I can’t wait for more

So with everything going on for me in October, I totally forgot the Arrowverse resumed, and have been frantically catching up. Since NaNoWriMo started, I’m probably going to remain a bit behind, but I’m definitely going to be pushing to get caught up. Being sick Friday gave me a great chance to dig into one …

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HBO’s Watchmen Starts Promising, but it’s Hard to Pin Down

If you’ve been following this blog for a bit, you know I’m a big fan of anything involving superheroes. (Yes, those are all different links). I haven’t gotten out to see Joker yet, although it’s definitely on my to-do list, but then I remembered that Joker wasn’t the only superhero property to get an adaptation …

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Far From Home – The MCU Still has a Villain Problem

So over the weekend, I got to go see Spider Man: Far From Home.  Like Endgame, it’s another Marvel movie that’s really hard to review without spoiling anything, so here’s my thoughts before we get into this post, which is going to be about the broader Marvel Cinematic Universe. If you want a more detailed …

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The X-Men Movies In Review – Never has Quality been this Variable

I didn’t make it out to see Dark Phoenix this weekend. My close friend and I absolutely intended to go see it. We even texted about it over the week. Then it was time and we found as the weekend went on we were more interested in hanging out, playing tabletop roleplaying games, and working …

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Why Superhero Movies Might Never Die – and That’s Okay

So, if you follow movie news and reporting, you probably heard the term ‘superhero fatigue’ being bandied about - the idea that the general audience is getting sick of superhero movies due to overexposure. Usage of that term seems to have dropped off steeply since 2018, which isn’t surprising - 2018 brought us Black Panther, …

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