The Plans of Gods and Men – Review of Marvel Studios’ “Moon Knight” Episode Six “Gods and Monsters”

The finale for Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight was everything I expected it to be and a little bit more. Bringing the story of Marc Spector and Steven Grant to a good spot (while still sparing room for potentially more stories), the episode “Gods and Monsters” provided a fitting end cap for this serialized adventure story. … Continue reading The Plans of Gods and Men – Review of Marvel Studios’ “Moon Knight” Episode Six “Gods and Monsters”

Finding Balance – Review of Marvel Studios’ “Moon Knight” Episode Five “Asylum”

The concept of the Egyptian afterlife has always been a fascinating one for me. Every religion has some form of judgment when a person dies, with those found worthy entering a paradise and those found wanting relegated to an eternal punishment. In keeping with the connection to the Egyptian pantheon, Episode Five of Marvel Studio’s … Continue reading Finding Balance – Review of Marvel Studios’ “Moon Knight” Episode Five “Asylum”

What is Reality? – Review of Marvel Studio’s “Moon Knight” Episode Four “The Tomb”

Source: IMDB When you live with mental illness, it’s often not an easy thing to differentiate reality from not-reality. Shows that deal with mental illness like Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight use this question to throw audiences a curveball every now and then, sometimes to ill effect. The latest episode of Moon Knight, titled “The Tomb”, … Continue reading What is Reality? – Review of Marvel Studio’s “Moon Knight” Episode Four “The Tomb”

The Price of Lies – Review of “Moon Knight” Episode Three “The Friendly Type”

Deception always takes a toll on a person. The real price, though, is paid by those around that person, those who we call friend, family, lover, husband or wife. There are lies at the root of the background in the latest episode of Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight. The price for some of those lies are … Continue reading The Price of Lies – Review of “Moon Knight” Episode Three “The Friendly Type”

The Nature of Justice – Review of “Moon Knight” Episode Two “Summon the Suit”

Image Source At the heart of the second episode for Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight, titled “Summon the Suit”, is the question of Justice and how it is meted out. One of the common criticisms from non-Marvel fans is the lack of depth to the shows and movies produced by the studio but I think they … Continue reading The Nature of Justice – Review of “Moon Knight” Episode Two “Summon the Suit”

Losing Time – Review of “Moon Knight” Episode One “The Goldfish Problem”

Poster Art for Moon Knight. Source Of all the recent Marvel Cinematic Universe outings that have been part of Phase Four, Moon Knight was one I was the least familiar with (outside of name recognition). With that being said, I was anticipating the release of the show, as I tend to do with all of … Continue reading Losing Time – Review of “Moon Knight” Episode One “The Goldfish Problem”

The King Arrives – Review of “Hawkeye” Episode 5 “Ronin”

Ever since the first hint of Maya’s “Uncle” in the Tracksuit Mafia was introduced at the beginning of episode three, I’ve been waiting to see if my suspicions would be confirmed. Of all the moments throughout this episode, and there were some excellent moments, the final few seconds of the episode capped things off well, … Continue reading The King Arrives – Review of “Hawkeye” Episode 5 “Ronin”

Facing the Past – Review of Marvel’s “Hawkeye” Episode Four “Partners, Am I Right?”

Taking a step back from the more action-oriented third episode, the fourth episode of Marvel Studios’ Hawkeye, titled “Partners, Am I Right?”, pulls back in order to set up the remaining two episodes of the series and give us as the audience a chance to catch our breath. At least until the ending of the … Continue reading Facing the Past – Review of Marvel’s “Hawkeye” Episode Four “Partners, Am I Right?”

The Age of Ultron – Review of Marvel’s “What If… Ultron Won”

If you enjoy this post, consider clicking the Buy Me A Coffee button to the right. Supporters and Members get early access to posts like this one. Someone should send a copy of this episode to Joss Whedon. This is how you write Ultron as the great villain he should have been in Avengers: Age … Continue reading The Age of Ultron – Review of Marvel’s “What If… Ultron Won”

Prince of the Party – Review of “What If… Thor Was an Only Child”

After multiple episodes that ended on rather down-beat or outright brutal endings, it was nice to see a change of pace in Marvel’s What If… series. The latest episode What If… Thor Was an Only Child isn’t the best episode of the series up to this point but it is the most whimsical, with enough … Continue reading Prince of the Party – Review of “What If… Thor Was an Only Child”