When it was first announced last year the sleight of Disney+ series coming to the streaming service pertaining to the MCU WandaVision wasn’t one of the series I was most excited to see. Of course, I was very intrigued to see Scarlet Witch and Vision back together again but the concept of the series felt a bit strange and I didn’t know what to feel about the series.
Now, after the short teaser released footage for WandaVision, my intrigue in this series has grown more and more. And mainly because I feel that this series will feature some of the best (and strangest) storytelling in the MCU. Nothing like it has been made before under Marvel Studios, making this something that feels fresh and new. Continue reading ‘WandaVision’ Is Becoming the Marvel Disney+ Series I’m Most Looking Forward To This Year
Tomorrow night the fourth episode of Survivor: Winners at War airs and I am once again looking forward to seeing the drama unfold. The first four votes have been very telling; the first person voted out of Winners at War was a woman of color, Natalie Anderson, two other women (Amber Mariano and Danni Boatwright) followed suit as their respective tribes figured they were easily expendable, and last week’s episode delivered the season’s first male contestant to get voted out, Ethan Zohn.
And yet, why is this truly a big deal? Because two of the season’s biggest targets have been on the chopping block two weeks in a row but have, surprisingly, not met the sword yet. Of course, that pertains to Boston Rob and Parvati, two of the most cunning and brilliant individuals to ever play this game. Continue reading The Brilliance of the ‘Survivor’ Greats in ‘Survivor: Winners at War’
Lucius Fox stood before The Penguin, his lackadaisical expression betraying nothing. To his left stood the ever beautiful Pamela Isley. And to his right, Harley Quinn watched with a hungry gleam in her eye for carnage and a bat in her right hand to inflict such death.
Behind him stood a row of other Gothamites who were loyal to the city that once existed; the city that was free of corruption and evil practices. The city that Robin once protected. Now, Robin was dead and darkness had truly befallen the great city.
The Penguin regarded him like a cat regards a mouse. But Lucius never showed fear. He only stared back, waiting for whatever would happen next.
Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (SIXTY-FIVE)