The Walking Dead S7E15 Review: “Something They Need”

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Warning: Spoiler Alert! Turn back now if you haven’t seen this week’s episode, if you have, come ashore.     Shifting Loyalties We opened tonight in Negan’s naughty closet, just as predicted by a certain reviewer (*cough cough*) after Sasha’s single woman rampage. Unfortunately, we have no idea if she actually killed anyone with all of […]

A Review of the Justice League Tarot Cards

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What we’ve been waiting for. The biggest item on my psychic merchandise wish list has always been a tarot deck that truly speaks to me. No, that’s not what I mean. When the tarot deck actually starts talking to you aloud, you need to get up from your chair, back away slowly, and run as […]
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DC’s Elemental Theories on The Green, The Red, The Clear, The Grey, The Black, and The Speed Force

Christopher Peruzzi
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There are special energy networks in the DCU. DC readers need to know about The Green, The Red, The Clear, The Grey, The Black, and The Speed Force like children need to know the capital cities of every state. We all know what we get with Superman and Batman, but some heroes are a small […]

The Walking Dead S7E14 Review: “The Other Side”

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Warning: Spoiler Alert! Turn back now if you haven’t seen this week’s episode, if you have, break on through…     A Suicide Mission for One Sasha and Rosita finally went off on their kamikaze mission to kill Negan this week. They infiltrated Sanctuary’s surrounding buildings, swapped knowledge on knots/bombs/love, and went in for the kill. […]

A Primer on the Character of Iron Fist

Christopher Peruzzi
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I am so excited. March 17th is just around the bend. It’s going to be a great time for me. Lots of action and people wearing green. I’m talking about, of course, the premiere of Netflix’s Iron Fist. Just so you know, I’m intentionally writing this piece before the premiere of Netflix’s Iron Fist. I […]

Lessons from Superman

Christopher Peruzzi
Not Just a Strange Visitor Of all of the comic book superheroes to enter American consciousness, Superman resonates with us, the most. Why? He’s the one who saves the day. As mortal men, any job that’s too large for us to handle, we call for help. It is the fantasy that someone with powers exponentially […]

The Walking Dead S7E13 Review: “Bury Me Here”

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Warning: Spoiler Alert! Turn back now if you haven’t seen this week’s episode, if you have, grab a shopping cart I got something to show you.     In TWD, Happiness is a Fatal Illness From the opening shots of “Bury Me Here,” I was very concerned for young Ben. Contentment is a deadly affliction for […]

The Walking Dead S7E12 Review: “Say Yes”

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Warning: Spoiler Alert! Turn back now if you haven’t seen this week’s episode, if you have, let’s get busy.     Alternative titles to this weeks episode: Gunning for Guns or Carnival of Horrors! The point of this week’s outing was to get guns. Rick and Michonne were on a multi-day honeymoon/road-trip to get the weapons […]

Sherlock Holmes: Rating 10 Actors – Part Two

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It’s More Than a Pipe, Deerstalker, and a Hypodermic Needle Welcome to the second part of Sherlock Holmes: Rating 10 Actors. In part one, I gave my assessment of Basil Rathbone, Christopher Plummer, Nicole Williamson, Ian McKellen, and Benedict Cumberbatch. Today, I’m going to do the remaining five. I’m sure many of you are wondering […]

The Walking Dead S7E11 Review: “Hostiles and Calamities”

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Warning: Spoiler Alert! Turn back now if you haven’t seen this week’s episode. Eugene’s Wild Ride This week was the third deep dive of the season into the Savior’s home base, Sanctuary. The first Daryl’s captivity, the second Carl’s tour, and now “Dr.” Eugene’s welcome into the upper-echelons of Savior society. It was fun seeing Eugene […]