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I like to read comic books, watch tv shows, and write about them. Ill also write about other things too!
My thoughts on Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero (Spoilers!)
So a couple of days ago I finally got the chance to watch Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, and I gotta say that I loved that movie from start to finish. I watched Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z growing up and this movie took me on a huge nostalgia trip. It also gave me a decent amount of satisfaction because the primary focus of the movie was on Gohan and Piccolo! Honestly, at this point I can't think of I didn't like about the movie. Let's get into why!
My Top 3 Elden Ring Boss Fights (SPOILERS)
Elden Ring is a game that has no shortage of boss fights with about 120 bosses in the whole game! Most of them are not required to complete the main story but if you want to get certain weapons, spells, remembrances, and other gear then it is recommended that you fight them. Some of the bosses are great, they are fast-paced, they are challenging, and knowing the backstory of the boss really does just get your blood pumping. So the way I am going to judge the boss fights are by: 1) how challenging it was, 2) how dynamic the fight was, and 3) the portrayal of each boss. Of course, this is just my opinion and not universal. That being said let's hop right into the list with my Top 3 Elden Ring Boss Fights.
Emboldened By The Flame of Ambition! (Non-Spoiler Review)
I know! The Elden Ring release hype has died down, so making a review for this game is a bit late, but I go at my own pace. Elden Ring is the latest Soulsborne game by FromSoftware to grace (see what I did there?) consoles and PCs everywhere, and it has become quite popular since its release in late February! I'll be honest with you, knowing that Elden Ring was a souls-type game made me not want to get it at all because I have never liked that subgenre. But I decided to give the game a chance after seeing a bunch of TikToks and Youtube videos of people showing off some really interesting gameplay. I mean seriously, people were having their character do sick dodges, crazy backflip moves, and other things that really caught my attention.
The First Five People To Be Captain America
So for the next few posts we're going to speak about the people that have been Captain America over the years! You can expect to see some familiar faces and some... not-so-familiar faces as we go through the coming lists. You'd be surprised how many people have claimed the mantle of Captain America. The reason that we are not covering all of the characters in one post is because there are so many of them. Let's get started.
A Wholesome Spider-Man Series!
The ongoing series, written by Tom Taylor puts the Friendly Neighborhood in "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man." Every issue from this series is very well written, further solidifying my opinion that Tom Taylor is an absolutely fantastic comic book writer. Tom Taylor and the illustrator, Juann Cabal, create very touching and visually pleasing stories. This series is bound to make you feel many emotions, you'll laugh, you'll feel sad, and everything in between.
Zombie Outbreak in the DC Universe!
May 1st kicked off the DC's newest event with DCeased #1, which gives us the beginning of what will be a zombie outbreak in the DC Universe! This event is basically DC's version of Marvel: Zombies, and will likely give us zombie versions of our favorite DC superheroes. The first issue is written by Tom Taylor, the writer of the critically acclaimed Injustice (Years 1-3) comic book series. Meanwhile, the artists are Trevor Hairsine, Stefano Gaudiano and James Harren.
Who Is the Grim Knight?
For those of you who have read or are reading Batman Who Laughs, then you know exactly who the Grim Knight is and how he differs from the Batman we are all familiar with. This post is going to go over this Batman's origin, and what I like about the character.
Hulk vs. Weapon H! The Hulk Catches the Flu?
Ever since Weapon H was created in 2018, I've been hoping that he would fight either Wolverine, Hulk, or both because the character is a mix of the two. So when I saw that Hulkverines came out I was pretty excited. The story is written by Greg Pak with Ario Anindito doing the art. The title is connected to the Weapon H title and the current Immortal Hulk—run by Al Ewing. Before we get into the story though, let's talk about Weapon H because he is not a well-known character.
A New Green Lantern?
The Young Justice comic book series has re-started in time with the debut of Young Justice season three. However, the two are not connected. Between the show and the comics, we find that the team roster is different. This post will focus primarily on the newest member of Young Justice, Teen Lantern. The introduction of this character raises quite a few questions.
The Personas of Jason Todd
Most people that are familiar with Batman know that he usually has a sidekick at his side, a Robin. Over the years there have been a number of Robins that have fought crime with Batman. In this post, we are going to talk about Batman's second Robin, Jason Todd. The character has gone through many changes throughout his publication history and has had many alter-egos in the past. We are going to go over all of the various personas that Jason Todd has used since his debut as Robin all the way up to the present day.
Alternate Versions of Spider-Man: Vault of Spiders #1
Continuing with the various versions of Spider-Man throughout the Marvel Multiverse, we will be looking at one of the Spider-Verse tie-ins that highlights some stories of different versions of Spider-Man. In this post, we will be going over Vault of Spiders Issue #1. Just so you know, the stories that these Spider-people are featured in are all very short, which is why their entries are so short. Some of these versions were also recently created which is why they don't have their official Earth-designations.
Alternate Version of Spider-Man: Flash Thompson
I'm actually glad that Marvel is making What If stories again because they give us different spins on the characters we love, but also it gives writers the chance to write the stories they want with the heroes they want without messing up continuity and making the hero seem out of character. And since I am mostly writing about the Alternate Versions of Spider-Man until the release of Into the Spider-Verse in December. In this post we will be looking at What If? (2018) #1. This is a self-contained story that does not relate to the Spider-Geddon event. It merely takes place on a different Earth and follows Flash Thompson's story alone. In order for you to understand the importance of Flash Thompson being Spider-Man, you need to know the character's history.