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”

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”

Harsh Truths – Review of “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” Episode Five “Truth”

After Episode Four, I think we all needed a breather and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier provided one with this week’s episode, “Truth”. Consequences, repercussions, and harsh truths were served up in this episode. But there were also lies and deceptions behind those truths, as seen throughout the interpersonal moments. There’s a lot to … Continue reading Harsh Truths – Review of “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” Episode Five “Truth”

Enemies Become Allies – Review of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” Episode 3 “Power Broker”

I'm a massive comic book geek, so I've been reviewing the Marvel TV shows Disney Plus has been producing. This is the latest review of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode.When you have to turn to a villain for assistance, you know you’ve reached a moral tipping point. It’s a classic trope, made most … Continue reading Enemies Become Allies – Review of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” Episode 3 “Power Broker”

Finding a New Hero – Review of “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” Episode One “New World Order”

The Falcon and The Winter Solider poster art. Source It’s that time again and there’s a new Marvel show to watch on Disney Plus. “New World Order”, the first episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, places the audience six months after the events of Avengers: Endgame, with Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes both … Continue reading Finding a New Hero – Review of “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” Episode One “New World Order”

The Final Stage of Grief – Review of “WandaVision” Episode 9 “The Series Finale”

The final stage of grief is acceptance and it’s the one that most of us have the most difficulty reaching. All of us have lost someone we love, someone who helped define us and make us the person we are today. Getting to the point of accepting they are no longer going to be with … Continue reading The Final Stage of Grief – Review of “WandaVision” Episode 9 “The Series Finale”

The Dead Are Living and The Living Are Dead – Review of “Wandavision” Episode 6, “All-New Halloween Spooktacular”

Halloween. The one time of the year where it’s perfectly acceptable (and encouraged) to think about the dead and the living. Or the living dead. Or in the case of Westview, the “dead” living. Some deeply troubling visions of what is happening in the Anomaly are brought to the forefront in this episode. And more … Continue reading The Dead Are Living and The Living Are Dead – Review of “Wandavision” Episode 6, “All-New Halloween Spooktacular”

Mysteries Revealed and Deepen – Episode 4 of “WandaVision”

Someone please sit J.J. Abrams down to watch the first four episodes of “WandaVision”. Because this is how you build a mystery and then provide some answers while providing new questions for the audience to chew on. “We Interrupt This Program” provides some of the answers to the mysterious goings of the first three episodes, … Continue reading Mysteries Revealed and Deepen – Episode 4 of “WandaVision”

Weirdness in Westview – Review of “Now In Color”, “WandaVision” Episode 3

Three episodes in to the “WandaVision” miniseries and I’m still as deeply intrigued by this show as I was last week. I’ve never been a big fan of sitcoms, mainly because they tend to focus on what I find to be the worst kind of comedy: awkward interactions, absurd situations populated by absurd people, and … Continue reading Weirdness in Westview – Review of “Now In Color”, “WandaVision” Episode 3