Thursday, June 4, 2020


Hancock Could’ve Started Comic Book Franchise.

May 20, 2020 by  
Filed under Comics, News, TV/Film/Movies

OK, so no film on the horizon. How about comics or an animated series? Something to keep the world of Hancock alive. When the film ended, it left things pretty open for John and Mary? A TV series would’ve been incredible but could you get Smith and Theron to commit to filming seasons of TV?

Who knows, maybe we could see a Hancock sequel get picked up by Netflix down the line. I mean, Netflix hasn’t yet and the film came out in 2008 but impossible things have happened before.

Solo Leveling Is A Must Read For Gamers.

May 12, 2020 by  
Filed under Comics, Manga, News

I’ll admit, it’s not the deepest, most life-changing series out there but it is one the most fun and exciting ones. Check out Solo Leveling and let me know what you think of it. Also, a small favor for our readers: if you read comics like this or anything isekai shonen—let a brother know in the comments or hit me up. I’m really on this kick right now.

An Introduction to RPGs.

May 12, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News, RPGs

RPGs are roleplaying games where you take control of a character or characters. That could be any game in general since you’re playing a role but RPGs differ in gameplay mechanics. Now, we’ll get into why RPGs are so important to gaming because things become blurred again as game development improved over the years. The main thing is that RPGs typically have a storyline driven not just by the characters and mechanics but also by the setting.

Explaining The World of Judge Dredd.

Remember, 2000 A.D debuted in 1977 so the Russians were still considered extremely scary. Texas City—or Mega-City Three—is one of America’s biggest cities following the Atomic Wars of 2070. It is connected to MC1 by the Great Road. Texas City takes up Texas and a good deal of the midsouth, southwest, and mid-west regions of the U.S.

Idle Champions: Idle RPGs Now D&D Flavored.

May 8, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News, PC/Mobile/Android/iOS, RPGs

So, did Idle Champions change my mind on idle games? Not really. I will say I’ve been entertaining some idle RPGs—particularly Idle Heroes—to see if I’ve been too harsh on them. Idle Champions got those games to that point. We’ll find out in a few weeks if I’m still on the “idle RPGs are trash” hill or if I’ll be recommending them to you.

Streets Of Rage 4 – My Analysis & Review.

Note #1: Even though The Y Twins in Streets Of Rage 4 aren’t as menacing, intimidating, badass, ruthless, and vicious as their notorious father Mr. X was back during The Original Streets Of Rage Era in the 1990s, but that’s okay because a lot of people fail to understand that not every child(ren) will grow up having the same characteristics as their parent(s).

Put Freakazoid in DC Comics.

Put my man Freakazoid in DC Comics. He doesn’t need a whole comic; I’d settle for anything more than a cameo. Put in the Justice League. Yes, the Justice League, an organization—like the Avengers—with more members than there are Wu-Tang affiliates.

My Thoughts On The Live Action Sonic Movie & My History With Sonic.

February 15, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News

My Thoughts On The Live Action Sonic Movie: “I just finished watching this movie and as a fan of Sonic for 25 years, I can say that this was a very good movie. The acting was good. The CGI & Special Effects were also pretty good. The redesigned version of Sonic was absolutely phenomenal in this movie. Jim Carrey as Dr. Robotnik was absolutely phenomenal. Sonic’s interactions with automobiles, animals, and people like Tom actually worked so well. My favorite scene from the film was The Bar scene (non-spoiler). This film made me happy and proud to be a Sonic fan because the people that worked on this film not only listened to the fans, but they also honored and respected the iconic legendary video game character known as Sonic The Hedgehog. This film is a definite must see!!!…#sonicmovie” 

A Look at Shaolin Cowboy.

February 11, 2020 by  
Filed under Comics, News

Of course, the first few issues—one through seven—explain more but the bigger buzz was around this collection which came out years after the first run. Unless you’re just really familiar with Darrow’s work or a fan of him, you couldn’t be blamed for coming in thinking this is where everything started if you picked up the graphic novel.

Metro Exodus: Some Mistakes are Good Mistakes.

Many fans were hurt, but the insane review bombing didn’t hurt the company. Sometimes you think about the worse, and later you find out that it was much less horrible than you imagine. Probably, this was the case with Metro Exodus publisher

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