Everything is Broken in the End – Review of “Loki” Episode Six “For All Time. Always.”

If you enjoy this review, consider using the Buy Me A Coffee link on the right to show your support. Supporters and Members get early access to posts like this, as well as exclusives only available on Buy Me A Coffee. Just like that, Loki establishes the next major arc for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. … Continue reading Everything is Broken in the End – Review of “Loki” Episode Six “For All Time. Always.”

Into The Void – Review of “Loki” Episode 5 “Journey Into Mystery”

The second to last episode of Loki did not disappoint. Answers are provided, some of the show’s mysteries are solved, and we get an Alligator Loki. What’s not to love about all of this craziness? Of all the episodes so far, episode five “Journey Into Mystery” is by far the most epic in scale, on … Continue reading Into The Void – Review of “Loki” Episode 5 “Journey Into Mystery”

Glorious Revelations – Review of “Loki” Episode 4 “The Nexus Event”

If you enjoy this review, please consider using the Buy Me A Coffee link on the right to support my work and help cover the costs of this site. Just like that, the story is turned on its ear. The latest episode of Loki, titled “The Nexus Event”, propels the story forward in an unexpected … Continue reading Glorious Revelations – Review of “Loki” Episode 4 “The Nexus Event”

Frenemies at the End of the World – Review of “Loki” Episode Three “Lamentis”

Poster Art for "Loki". Source I was wondering when we were going to get into the nuts and bolts of the Loki Variant that’s been set up as the “Big Bad” of the series Loki. Having spent a decade-plus consuming the content Marvel Studios has created, the idea that Lady Loki (or Sylvie as she … Continue reading Frenemies at the End of the World – Review of “Loki” Episode Three “Lamentis”

The Underworld of Manila – Review of “Trese”

Poster Art for "Trese". Source It’s not often that I get to see non-European inspired horror and fantasy stories. Thanks to Netflix’s desire to create as much original content as possible, I got to enjoy their most recent new exclusive, Trese. Based on a Filipino comic that first debuted in 2005, Trese follows Alexandra Trese, … Continue reading The Underworld of Manila – Review of “Trese”

Apocalypse Now – Review of “Loki” Episode Two “The Variant”

Poster Art for "Loki". Source It’s the end of the world and that’s the best place to hide out if you’re a Time Variant running a one-person war against a nigh-omnipotent authority like the Time Variance Agency. From start to finish, Episode Two “The Variant” was an enjoyable ride that propelled the story forward and … Continue reading Apocalypse Now – Review of “Loki” Episode Two “The Variant”

Discovering Your Purpose – Review of “Loki” Episode One “Glorious Purpose”

Source. One good thing I can say about Marvel Studio’s output is that I am consistently amazed at how consistent it is. There have been dips in quality over the years (looking directly at you Thor: The Dark World and Agents of SHIELD) but overall, Marvel has managed to produce quality content for over a … Continue reading Discovering Your Purpose – Review of “Loki” Episode One “Glorious Purpose”

“Love, Death and Robots” Vol. Two Review

Poster Art for Volume 2 of "Love, Death and Robots". Source If you enjoy my content and would like to show support, check out my page on buymeacoffee.com As should be abundantly clear on this page, I’m a science-fiction geek. My first exposure to science fiction was Star Trek, back in the 80s when the … Continue reading “Love, Death and Robots” Vol. Two Review

“Castlevania” Review – Part 2

Poster Art for "Castlevania". Source For the recap on the first three seasons, see my previous essay. Spoilers ahead for the final season of Castlevania, so don’t read if you haven’t watched yet. Heading into the final season of Netflix’s Castlevania, all but one of the characters is in worse shape than when the adventure … Continue reading “Castlevania” Review – Part 2

“Castlevania” Review – Part 1

Poster Art of "Castlevania". Source For an old school gamer like me, the notion that Castlevania was being turned into an animated series was just too good to pass up. For those that don’t know, Castlevania is a game franchise that first came on the scene with the original Nintendo Entertainment System. Since the initial … Continue reading “Castlevania” Review – Part 1