Medusa: The Stone Kingdom

Jun Chiu’s Medusa: The Stone Kingdom is a great original take on the tale of Medusa and Perseus. There is no dialog nor is there any animation, but the wonderful illustrations and musical pairing really is compelling. This great story is something that I just happened upon, and it hooked me within the first sixty […]

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The Problem with Kang

One of the biggest issues that I have with the MCU character of Kang, the Conqueror, is that the brush that they are painting him with is way too broad. In the comics, the character is a time traveler who attempts to manipulate his own present by changing past events. No time variants, no multiverse […]

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The Jaguar Legacy

Way back in the ancient days of 1961, Archie premiered a hero named the Jaguar. The Jaguar was a superhero published by Archie Comics. He was created by writer Robert Bernstein and artist John Rosenberger as part of Archie’s “Archie Adventure Series”. Ralph Hardy was a zoologist who loved exploring ancient ruins. One day, he […]

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Leonardo: TMNT, This is How You Do It

John Likens created this wonderful thirty-second short featuring Leonardo, of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, fighting Foot-bots. Honestly, at first, I didn’t know that it was animation. The suit is spot on to the 90s style of live-action prop, and everything has weight and atmosphere. I didn’t embed the video because I wanted viewers to […]

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James Cavell’s Shōgun (1980)

After a recent rewatch, I felt compelled to write a little something about this. I discovered a little something about myself along the way. I didn’t watch the huge mini-series event that was Shōgun on its first run, but I caught the encore. I heard so much about it from my classmates at the time […]

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Studio Ghibli: The Boy and the Heron

Hayao Miyazaki’s first feature film in 10 years, The Boy and the Heron is a hand-drawn, original story written and directed by the Academy Award®-winning director. Produced by Studio Ghibli co-founder Toshio Suzuki, the film features a musical score from Miyazaki’s long-time collaborator Joe Hisaishi. The theme song for the film “Spinning Globe” was penned […]

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