I don’t know. My feelings for The Bad Batch have tanked considerably. The series isn’t exactly bad and this latest episode was pretty good but…once again, it got convenient when it had to.
Continue reading ‘The Bad Batch’ Was Expectedly Good
Yesterday’s episode of Loki was fantastic. A bit slow at times, yes, but ultimately so much fun. When it ended I found myself reeling and now I’m going to share with you my entire thoughts about that episode and all of its bright points. So, with no further delay, here we go.
Continue reading My Evaluation of Episode 2 of ‘Loki’
Episode 2, The Variant, is Marvel at its finest. We get Loki being hilarious, a thrilling mystery to solve, and the episode ended with a bang! I’m honestly stunned not because I didn’t see the surprise coming but because the surprise came so early and right now…I am just blown away. What a series!
I’ll elaborate more tomorrow when I’ve wrapped my brain around the awesomeness of this show but for now…
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The trend for Marvel’s Disney+ series is to start off kind of slow and then the show will accelerate in enjoyment as the story continues. Well, Loki starts off slow but its informational value is top notch.
We get a deep dive into the multiverse, we get to see Loki in all of his sarcastic glory, but most importantly, we got back to that place where Loki is vulnerable and there is nothing more touching than a vulnerable Loki.
My head is spinning after that wondrous first episode and I can’t wait to talk spoilers tomorrow.
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Last week’s episode of The Bad Batch left me very underwhelmed. I can honestly say that I was not as disinterested in this week’s plot as last week’s and yet, when the credits began to roll, I still felt a sense of emptiness.
This post will contain spoilers so continue reading at your own peril.
Continue reading ‘The Bad Batch’ Is Good But Kind of Boring
The Bad Batch, for the past four weeks, has been so much fun. There have been some surprises, some heartfelt moments that made me care about and love these characters that I once hated, and it’s just been plain fun.
And then today’s episode happened. Will it move the story forward? Yes. Was it necessary for character development, specifically for Omega? Yes. But it was boring!
I was excited to see the Zygerrian slave traders in this animation and they were as beautiful as I imagined they’d be but…it just wasn’t one of those fun episodes for me.
It felt like one of those classic boring Clone Wars episodes that you skip to get to the next good episode. Unfortunately, I can’t skip to the next episode so…
Minor Spoilers Ahead!
But one thing I will say about this episode. There’s been theories going around that Omega is Force-sensitive. This episode all but confirmed those theories when Omega was the only clone to figure out that Cid was actually Cid just by looking at him.
The fact that the Kaminoans may have created themselves their very first Force-sensitive clone is very intriguing for the story moving forward and its implications for the future. And could we see Omega return in live-action somewhere down the line like in The Book of Boba Fett or even The Mandalorian‘s Season 3? Or maybe even Ahsoka? We’ll see.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day. May the Force be with you.