The Dark Knight Lives (THIRTEEN)

Robin stared at the criminal underworld around him, noted the close looks of the rugged grunts who lived in this dank area of Gotham, all while continuing to look at the screen on his motorcycle as he followed the only lead he had to find the mayor’s murderer.

He eventually brought the vehicle to a stop in front of an old establishment. It was a ragged bar with drunks stumbling out of its doors as they were thrown flying by stern-looking bodyguards. Robin got off of his motorcycle and walked straight up to the bar, past the drunken men who were lying on the pavement groaning, toward the bodyguards who were watching him with cocked eyebrows. Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (THIRTEEN)

Here are Six Caricatures I Just Can’t Get Enough Of

Every once in a while my sister draws something that blows my mind. Whether it’s the creativity, the ultra cuteness, or the sheer beauty of her pieces they always manage to blow me away. Recently my sister created six caricatures for six Star Wars characters from the Sequel Trilogy and I had to share them with you. Enjoy!

Rey

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Rey is so cute. Rey is often shown as such a serious character but in this picture, my sister provided levity to her caricature that reveals her benevolence as well as the silent but present joy she displays at times in the films. Continue reading Here are Six Caricatures I Just Can’t Get Enough Of

The Pros and Cons of ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, a film that returned us to the magical world of witches and wizards living among us. After seeing the film once I decided to watch it again to refresh my memory on the film’s quality and boy was I refreshed…but not in a good way.

J.K Rowling delivers a powerful film 2 hour and 14-minute movie set, I think this is correct, 11 months after the events of the first film. Unfortunately, its “power” turns into a jumbled hodgepodge of a film that works too desperately to feel dark and important but ends up leaving you confused and exhausted by the end of the film.

Today, after analyzing the film for only the second time, I’m going to share with you the pros and cons of this movie. (Unfortunately, the cons far outweigh the pros.) Enjoy! Continue reading The Pros and Cons of ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’

QI’RA: Chapter Fifty

Qi’ra’s Return

Captain Peer was in a meeting with Moff Arnim, several other senators surrounding them as they prepared to move ahead with claiming the Noad System. When the moff asked him where Qi’ra was he told her of the dark times that had befallen the Crimson Dawn leader and her sudden need to depart the planet. That had been two days ago.

She had told him she would return but Captain Peer wasn’t sure how much he could trust her word. It’s why they had continued the meeting without her in case she would, in fact, never return. Continue reading QI’RA: Chapter Fifty