The Joker: Worst To Best

No one can deny that Batman’s archnemesis is The Joker. He has been involved in Gotham City since the beginning. He started out as a violent nemesis causing havoc throughout the city, baffling the Dark Knight and the police alike. In the final showdown, Joker accidentally stabs himself. He was originally suppose to die, but…

Worst Superhero Movies Part 2

I’ll be honest, not every superhero film will be or can be an Avengers: Age of Ultron or Batman VS Robin. Many of them are pointless, awful, hammy, or just plain dumb. Everything from casting to story to directing to special effects, they were put together with the effort of high school film club. You’ve seen Part 1, Here’s…

Great Current Events Book- Primetime Propaganda

Do you ever wonder how your favorite TV shows started to veer left? I know I was. I always wondered how social messaging got placed in some of my favorite viewing pleasures. Ben Shapiro, bestselling Conservative author, breaks it down for us in Primetime Propaganda. Using interviews with some of TV’s biggest names, including Marta…

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Season 3 Review

Warning: Spoilers At the conclusion of Season Two, I honestly did not know where the series was going. While I enjoyed Brett Dalton’s character, the traitorous Grant Ward, his plot line of being the leader of Hydra was getting kind of old. I honestly was ready for our favorite SHIELD Team: Director Phil Coulson, Agent…

Top 50 Batman Villains Part 3

Batman protects Gotham City, but sometimes, the villains prove a challenge for him. From the patients in Arkham Asylum to the inmates of Blackgate, he has always has to come up with new ways to combat them. I have my favorites and I wanted to share them with you. Here is Part 3 of my Top 50 favorite Batman…

Top 11 New Spider-Man Movie Villains

Now that Disney and Sony Pictures have finally reached a deal, Spider-Man is finding a new film home in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, first appearing in Captain America: Civil War, but later in Spider-Man Homecoming. With all of this discussion, I decided to throw my hat in the ring and discuss the Top 11 Spidey’s villains…

TV Series Review: Fuller House Season 1

Taking place twenty years after the hit show Full House, we are introduced to the follow-up series: Fuller House, a show that is twenty years in the making.  A Netflix original series, the show tells the story of recently widowed and single mother of three DJ Tanner, her sister Stephanie, and their lifelong friend and…

The End for Once Upon A Time?

I use to be a true believer in Once Upon A Time. I would tune in every week to see what was happening in Storybrook and what new villains are coming up, but sadly, like the creators previous project Lost, it has gone off the rails. It has ruined so many great heroes, giving them ridiculous…

Happy Birthday, Gene Roddenberry

‘Star Trek’ says that it has not all happened, it has not all been discovered, that tomorrow can be as challenging and adventurous as any time man has ever lived. -Gene Roddenberry (1921-1991) Thank you for giving us Star Trek

Top 11 Villains Who Became Heroes

This is a mash-up of some my favorite villains who became heroes. Now, I am not talking about how they were wishy-washy as a villain or were gray and slowly became a hero. I am talking about villains who needed a real redemption story and rose up to become a champion of what is right.…

Movie Review- Ant-Man

Marvel Studios brings us a little known (see what I did there?) film based on a founding Avenger (in the comic books), known other than Ant-Man. It is directed by Peyton Reed and partially written by Edgar Wright. After seeing his shrinking technology as a potential threat in 1989, Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), a SHIELD Agent…

My Favorite Iron Man Armors

There is no end to the great armor that have come from Marvel Comics Golden Avenger Iron Man aka Tony Stark. While there are too many armors to name in one post, but there are a few that truly stick out. So check out my favorite Iron Man armors.  Thorbuster- Sometimes, even allies have to be…

Book Review- Hands Off My Gun

Dana Loesch is a great television show host, commentator, gun rights activists,  and radio personality. She has also proven to be a great writer. Her book on the US Bill of Rights’ Second Amendment giving us the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is an eye opener. She recounts the history of the Anti-2nd Amendment…

10 Books I Want To Be Movies 2014

I am a reader. No one can deny it. My shelf is filled with tons of books. One thing I love is imagining what the characters look like or sound like. One of the coolest things is seeing that book come to life. I always enjoy watching my favorite books get turned into movies as…

Age of Ultron VS Dawn of Justice

If you’ve read this blog for any amount of time, you know I’m a die-hard Batman fan. I celebrated his 75th anniversary with a whole month of Bat-themed posts. However, I find myself more excited about Avengers: Age of Ultron than Batman V Superman- Dawn of Justice. Why is that? Well, for one thing, the…

James Garner No Longer With Us

James Garner, best known for the television Western Maverick and comedy-mystery The Rockford Files, is no longer with us. He was a classy and professional actor who challenged the stereotypical tough-guy Cowboy, and showed that he could be a serious and comedic actor.  Fox News wrote an incredible obituary for him here. 

Thoughts on Upcoming Gotham TV Series

I watched the trailer for the upcoming Fox television show “Gotham.” It is to act as a prequel of sorts where the focus will be on James Gordon solving the murder of the Waynes. It will feature a young Bruce and many Batman villains in their pre-costumed form.  I have to say that I am…

Fantasy Justice League Movie Cast

I’m going to not choose for Superman since Henry Cavill was satisfactory or Batman since DC intends to bring themselves to bankruptcy with the dumbest casting decision EVER!!! Instead, I am going to cast for founding Leagues and 1 or 2 extra. Wonder Woman- Jennifer Morrison- I can totally see her as the Amazon Princess,…

For My 25th Birthday, 15 Books That Inspired Me

Today is my 25th Birthday, and to celebrate, I decided to make a list of the 15 different nonfiction books that literally inspired me through the years. This is no where near a complete list, but these are the books that have helped motivate me, to overcome adversity, to grow spiritually, mentally, physically, and to be the…

Movie Review Flashback- The Fugitive (1993)

Directed by Andrew Davis was given the helm of The Fugitive starring Harrison Ford, the remake of the 1960s television show of the same name. I have not seen a single episode of the original series, so I have no way of comparing it. The film, however, was nominated for seven Academy Awards, but won…

Transformers Cartoons- Best to Worst

Transformers has been around since 1984. Their toylines and comic books existed a short time, bringing the stories to fruition and inspired the formation of the first animated series. Though some are lesser-known, the Transformers television franchise continued in various continuities over the years. Some cartoons are better than others, so I thought a comparison…