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Why The Division failed where Hearthstone succeeded

Recently there were updates for two games released. The first one out the gate was Incursion for The Division, followed by The Whispers of the Old Gods for Hearthstone. I basically played The Division as a single-player game, going through… Continue Reading →

Not your Batman v Superman

SPOILER WARNING! This post contains information that spoil elements of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, along with Man of Steel, Death of Superman, and The Dark Knight Returns The battle between Superman and Batman on the big screen isĀ inspired… Continue Reading →

Every Frame A Painting

Every Frame A Painting is a show by Tony Zhou that dives into technique, history and trivia about movies and movie-making. The videos are short essays on subjects such as how movies can frame the cast to tell a story… Continue Reading →

Why Captain America: Civil War may be a terrible Civil War-movie

Before Captain America: Civil War hits theaters I thought I’d actually read it. And I wanted to read the whole event as Marvel has it listed, which is over 100 publications. The main parts are in Civil War #1-7, but… Continue Reading →

Why nobody wants the D

I did not watch the 50th edition of the Super Bowl, but all the media that I consume around it tells me that people were disappointed in the lack of action. People were hoping for more action and offense from… Continue Reading →

PsychedSubstance

PsychedSubstance is a harm prevention project. That means that instead of just blurting out “Drugs are bad and dangerous!” they present what the drugs do and what the effects are, both positive and negative, and how to minimize the negative… Continue Reading →

The chains of God of War: Ascensions

I should start out by saying that I’m a big fan of the God of War series, that I have played them all, and that God of War: Ascension isn’t a bad game. But it is the least good in… Continue Reading →

Review: Daredevil

Daredevil is a series set in New York of the MCU, Marvel Cinematic Universe, that follows the early days of blind, and other-senses-wise super-powered, Matt Murdock, played by Charlie Cox, as he dawns the attire of the masked vigilante the… Continue Reading →

Review: Bojack Horseman

Bojack Horseman is an animated show in a world that is inhabited by both humans and anthropomorphic animals , starring Will Arnett as the voice of the titular character, that follows the adventures of former TV-star of the famous show… Continue Reading →

Review: F is for Family

F is for Family is an animated show on Netflix that follows the lives of the Murphy family. The main character is the father, Frank, voiced by the creator, Bill Burr. The show takes place in the 70s and displays… Continue Reading →

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