Daredevil (Netflix): Season 1

In The 1960’s, Stan Lee created a character named Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer from Hell’s Kitchen (a district in New York City) who gains super senses after a truck containing chemicals spills and splashes on his eyes leaving him blind (not technically, his vision serves as a radar for echolocation) since he was a […]

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Teen Titans Go To The Movies

In 2003, Cartoon Network aired an animated series called, “Teen Titans,” based on the DC Comics series of the same name. The show primarily focuses on five characters such as Batman’s sidekick Robin, who serves as the leader of the team, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Starfire & my personal favorite/childhood crush Raven. (voiced by Tara Strong […]

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Ant-Man & The Wasp

Set after the events of the first Ant-Man movie and Captain America: Civil War, Hank Pym’s protégé Scott Pym is under house arrest due to his actions on helping Captain America battling Iron Man over a superhero registration act resulting in collateral damage and civilian casualties from the destruction of The Avengers’ epic fights against […]

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Incredibles 2

In 2004, Brad Bird released Disney & Pixar’s The Incredibles, earning critical acclaim from many critics and movie goers alike. It went on to win an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature becoming the first superhero film in motion picture history to win an Oscar in the Best Animated Feature category. As I’ve mentioned in […]

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Flashback Review: The Incredibles

In 2003, Finding Nemo officially opened nationwide, many movies goers and families purchased their tickets, popcorn, fountain drinks & snacks to watch Pixar’s latest film. As the audience waits patiently for the movie to start, a teaser trailer shows a glossary full of pictures, awards & magazines of a superhero named, “Mr. Incredible.” A newspaper […]

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Deadpool 2

After the critical and financial success surrounding Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds, producer Simon Kinberg and other producers at Fox, immediately begin development on a sequel to the first entry based on the title character. Besides co-producing the first film, he got promoted as a co-writer to write the screenplay for the sequel gaining more creative control […]

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Deadpool

Inspired by Bugs Bunny, Dark House Comics’ The Mask, Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry films & DC Comics supervillain Slade Wilson/Deathstroke, comic book writer/artist Rob Liefield, created a character named Wade Wilson, A.K.A. “Deadpool.” The character made his first appearance in 1991 in an issue called “The New Mutants” number 98. His debut is about him […]

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