In 2007, Seth MacFarlane & his crew were promoting “Family Guy” at “The San Diego Comic-Con”presenting a series of clips to fans of the show that he and his employees are working on a parody of “The Original Star Wars Trilogy” beginning with A New Hope” titled, “Blue Harvest,” as the first part aired on […]Read More Laugh It Up Fuzzball: The Family Guy Trilogy
In August 2008, an animated film titled, “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” was released in theaters. Two Months Later, a follow up television series linked to the movie aired on Cartoon Network earning positive reception from critics, viewers and fans alike. The show expanded the Star Wars universe as it focuses on The Clone Wars […]Read More Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Season 2)
In 2004, the late Darwyn Cooke, penned and drew a six-part comic book mini-series called, “DC: The New Frontier.” A different iteration of characters from DC Comics. This time it’s set in an alternate timeline labeled as an “Elseworlds” story. Elseworlds is a term revolving around high profile characters and the world of a specific […]Read More Justice League: The New Frontier
In 2014, Warner Bros. (WB for short) released an American reboot of “Godzilla” as the first installment of the “MonsterVerse.” An equivalent of the Marvel Cinematic Universe or MCU for short. It received positive reviews from critics & managed to make half a billion dollars at the box office. Despite positive reception, fans & movie […]Read More Godzilla: King Of The Monsters (2019)
In 2003, Japanese movie studio “Toho” released “Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.” After the film’s release, Toho decided to develop another installment of the “Millennium Series” as the final film of the long running franchise. Tired of releasing each film per year, Toho decided to add almost every single monster since 1954 in one epic conclusion in […]Read More Flashback Review: Godzilla: Final Wars
After Japanese movie studio “Toho” released “Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla” in 2002, they immediately worked on a direct sequel to the film as another entry to the “Millennium Series.” Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. was released in 2003. (same year Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill came out) Like its predecessor, the film earned positive reviews from critics, fans & […]Read More Flashback Review: Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.
After Japanese movie studio “Toho” released “Godzilla, Mothra & King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack” (GMK for short) in 2001, they commenced development of another entry of the “Millennium Series.” This time they brought back a familiar opponent from Godzilla’s rogue gallery known as “MechaGodzilla” who made its debut since 1974 in “Godzilla Vs. MechaGodzilla.” […]Read More Flashback Review: Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla