Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther has probably been my favorite MCU character so far, acknowledging that Ryan Reynold’s Deadpool is not technically MCU yet. So, losing Boseman was obviously a heavy thing. But still, the MCU must continue. Wakanda Forever leans heavily into the loss of its titular character, and excels in doing so. The focus of the movie is with the characters dealing with that loss and in doing so, Wakanda Forever becomes the heaviest foray into the MCU to hit the big screen. WandaVision dealt heavily with loss as well, but this was the first theatrical release to go … Continue reading Let’s Get Reel: Black Panther, Wakanda Forever
Anyone who reads this blog knows my nerdom is well established by this point. Movies, music, collectibles, sports, comics, etc. I run the gamut, but I tend to go all out immersion when I get into something. And while I … Continue reading My First Comic Con, and the Loot
A couple weeks back, I was watching the Marvel 616 documentary series on Disney+. One of the episodes was on inclusion within comics. They interviewed several women for the show and the female side of Marvel. One of them was Amy Reeder, a writer and artist who was part of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, a comic series about a time-traveling dinosaur and a pre-teen Inhuman who wants to change the world but is also afraid to change herself. Reeder talked about the reaction she got from little girls at some of the comicons and such. How much their faces … Continue reading Book Nook: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur
Last March, we adopted a dog from the local shelter. If you follow any of my social media, you have seen him, quite often probably. He had come in as a stray and the pound was calling him Milo, a … Continue reading Does your dog have an action figure? Because mine does.