The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

In 2014, Warner Bros. (WB for short) released an animated film called, “The Lego Movie” directed by Phil Lord & Chris Miller. (21 Jump Street, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse) It received critical acclaim from critics and movie goers alike. Plus, it made money at the box office. As result of huge success, WB produced spin-offs […]

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Aquaman

In November 1941, a month before Pearl Harbor, comic book company (now defunct) National Comics Publications introduced a character named Arthur Curry, also known as, “Aquaman” first appearing in an anthology series labeled, “More Fun Comics” issue number 73. His first issue explores his origin story. For those who haven’t heard of his origins, I […]

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Game Of Thrones: Season 1

In 1996, George R.R. Martin published “A Game Of Thrones,” the first installment of “A Song Of Ice And Fire” set in as an epic medieval fantasy inspired by the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, H.P. Lovecraft & Isaac Asimov. The novel focuses on a variety of characters from families/organizations as they fight to claim the […]

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Justice League

In response to the harsh criticisms surrounding Batman Vs. Superman, Warner Bros. (WB for short) hired longtime comic book writer, Geoff Johns, as the co-chairman of DC related movies in order to construct a cohesive narrative for their superhero films. After Wonder Woman earned a bunch of critical acclaim and earning a lot of money […]

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Batman VS. Superman

One of the most highly anticipated superhero films of all time, Warner Bros. & DC Entertainment, decided to start their own superhero movie franchise in an attempt to create their own due to the success of Marvel properties such as Avengers & X-Men. In 2013, Man Of Steel became a box office success, however, it […]

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