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Fantastic Art And Where To Find It: Revisiting The Brilliant Work of Bruce Timm
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Fantastic Art And Where To Find It: Revisiting The Brilliant Work of Bruce Timm

Bruce Timm was a very huge part of my childhood. On top of being behind the driving force behind shows that would go on to spark my interest in all things comic books and superheroes (including Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, Justice League, JLU, Batman Beyond, etc), his partnership would Paul Dini … Continue reading

Inspiration of the Marvel Kind: On How Jay Garrick and Harrison Wells Remind Me of Tony Stark and Steve Rogers
Lex's Corner / Movies / Television

Inspiration of the Marvel Kind: On How Jay Garrick and Harrison Wells Remind Me of Tony Stark and Steve Rogers

***Beware: Spoilers Ahead*** Let’s be real. Comic book companies tend to take notes from each other. No such greater example exists than that of Marvel and DC. DC was obviously here first and if you check out the history of their development, you’ll see that a lot of their writers and talent eventually went on … Continue reading

Hers Is The Fury: An Ode To Hawkgirl and Other “Punchy” Heroines
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Hers Is The Fury: An Ode To Hawkgirl and Other “Punchy” Heroines

As most of y’all know, I am a huge Justice League fan (circa 2000; the animated series of course). Because of this, everyone who was a part of the main squad had my respect for one reason or another. Batman. Wonder Woman. Martian Manhunter. Green Lantern (John Stewart). The Flash (Wally West). Hawkgirl (Shayera Hol). … Continue reading

Son of Mephisto: Why Charlie Hunnam Would Make A Great Ghost Rider
Lex's Corner / Television / What If

Son of Mephisto: Why Charlie Hunnam Would Make A Great Ghost Rider

Let me make this clear: I despise the Ghost Rider movies. Seriously. I hate them. I can’t stand them. My left eye starts to twitch erratically anytime I’m near a screen that is playing them like some sick and twisted Spidey Sense™. I mean, granted, the films do have some redeemable, comedic value in that … Continue reading

‘Chiraq’ Makes Me Uncomfortable and It Should Make You Uncomfortable Too
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‘Chiraq’ Makes Me Uncomfortable and It Should Make You Uncomfortable Too

By now, you have probably seen the trailer for Chiraq, as it was trending for the hottest of minutes yesterday night. That said, just in case you haven’t, I got your back: Trailer aside, after viewing it a couple of times, I’ve gotta say: I don’t think I’m entirely okay with this. And you probably … Continue reading

Straight Outta K’un-L’un: 4 Actors I’d Cast For the Role of Iron Fist
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Straight Outta K’un-L’un: 4 Actors I’d Cast For the Role of Iron Fist

A couple of months ago, I wrote a piece on Iron Fist and why his race should absolutely be bent for his much-anticipated (and much-delayed) Netflix debut. Since then, I’ve gotten my share of responses on said piece. Some good. Some bad. The overwhelming consensus, however, is that people wanted to see me take a … Continue reading

The Last Witch Hunter Review: Vin Diesel Talking Is The Reason We Can’t Have Nice Things.
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The Last Witch Hunter Review: Vin Diesel Talking Is The Reason We Can’t Have Nice Things.

Approximately 5000 years ago, I made a post for the Zoo. It’s been way too damn long and I miss it; so naturally, I’ve come skipping/hopping/twerking back, with a review for all you lovely readers! I recently had the opportunity to see Vin Diesel’s latest action flick, The Last Witch Hunter, and lo and behold, … Continue reading