Thursday, October 29, 2020


Here Are 5 Awesome Black Heroes In Horror.

October 25, 2020 by  
Filed under News, TV/Film/Movies

So, in honor of Halloween let’s look at the top five Black heroes of horror films and TV shows! What heroes do you believe are missing?

Comics Are Soap Operas With Worse Relationships.

October 24, 2020 by  
Filed under Comics, Mainstream Comics (Marvel/DC), News

Now, it would probably be difficult to recommend comics to most people by saying they’re soap operas in page form.

The Surge Is A Quality Action Game.

If combat was lackluster, I would probably avoid most battles then turn around to do some just because I need to improve my exoskeleton’s gear. Which would be impossible because the enemies in this game really hunt you, hit harder than you’d think, and you have to level up and upgrade to advance. So at least Deck13 got this part down pat. Again, there’s no razzle dazzle here but what’s here is functional enough.

The Comic Book Industry Should Bring Back Anthologies.

Speaking of that character, the post-Marvel Civil War Initiative period could’ve been a starting point for this. This part of the storyline introduced several interesting characters and put a spotlight on others. I’d never figured Constrictor could be that funny. An anthology series covering this would’ve been nice but probably would’ve interfered with the larger story being told.

5 Underrated Manga Series You Must Read Now.

October 4, 2020 by  
Filed under Anime, Manga, News

Actually, just check out Chinese and Korean manga, there are tons of gems in there. Many of them are pretty much underrated manga series.

Panels On Screen: Spider-Man.

October 4, 2020 by  
Filed under Comics, Mainstream Comics (Marvel/DC), News

Now, the web-slinger’s TV history is longer and more involved. It got its first cartoon in 1967. In 1981, Marvel began producing its own Spidey cartoon. The cartoons didn’t become good in quality until 1994’s Spider-Man on FOX.

While it ended on a cliffhanger, for the most part it was a good series that drew heavily from the comics. However, the best of Spidey’s animation came with the 2003 cartoon which was based the first film. The Spidey series that came after it in 2008, 2012, and 2017 have all been really good cartoons as well. Particularly 2012’s Ultimate Spider-Man.

Fist of Legend Is A Film-Worthy Comic.

September 16, 2020 by  
Filed under Comics, News

There’s a lot going on in the story and it only ran for 19 chapters! The artwork is extremely good and has a gritty slant to it but the real star is the story. It’s something I could easily see on the big or little screen. Give Fist of Legend a read, it’s not extremely long and it’s a dead series so you don’t have to catch up anything. Check it out!

Image Comics and Its Original Big 4.

September 16, 2020 by  
Filed under Comics, Indie Black Comics, News

The four series that held Image Comics up for years was flagship title Spawn, the other flagship Savage Dragon, Witchblade, and The Darkness. These four series had the most crossover success with TV shows, films, games, and cartoons.

As a matter of fact, there is supposed to be a reboot of the Spawn film with Jamie Foxx as the lead. Then again, the status of a second Spawn movie has always been in the air. We’ve gone into Spawn and Savage Dragon but the Marc Silvestri-created The Darkness and Witchblade might be new to some.

Top 5 Things That I Loved About The 1990s.

My favorite thing that I absolutely loved about The 1990s was watching The OG Power Rangers on Saturday Mornings when I was a kid, etc.

60 Years of Sega: 5 Games You Must Play.

July 20, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News

Once out, he finds that the world he knew was totally different and that the people he knew have also changed for the most part. The story escalates as Kazuma finds himself in the thick of the yakuza’s business and other intrigue. Like Shenmue, Yakuza was another game that was ahead of the curve. It featured the strong storytelling and attention to realism of Shenmue but modernized it heavily.

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