Archive for the ‘RANTS & REVIEWS’ Category

Book Review: BATMAN: Facts and Stats From The Classic TV Show (Titan Books)

Atomic batteries to power, turbines to…..well I’m sure you know the rest. No? Then perhaps you’ll need to pick up the new release from Titan Books, BATMAN: Facts and Stats From The Classic TV Show. As I thumbed though the book, the red phone in my study beeped. When I answered, it was not Commissioner […]

Let’s Celebrate Oscar Season with a Look Back at Recent Snubs

If you’ve been keeping an eye on movie news lately, you’ve probably started seeing some trailers for fall and winter heavyweights. The likes of Manchester By The Sea, Queen Of Katwe, Denial, and The Birth Of A Nation are getting quite a bit of hype lately, and all look like possible Best Picture contenders. This […]

[BOOK REVIEW] Star Trek: 50 Years, 50 Artists

I don’t know what I was looking for in Titan Book’s latest multi-artist tribute to 50 years of Star Trek, but as a longtime and rabid fan, this was almost it…with some minor quibbles. The book was a bit like ordering an expensive meal at a lovely restaurant and receiving instead a very tasty salad […]

[VIDEO] *Spoilers* Lindalee Rose & voice actress Cristina Vee talk Miraculous Ladybug – (MNN) Ep.3

On this episode of the MNN (Miraculous News Network), our resident Junior Journalist; Lindalee Rose sits down with Miraculous’s own Cristina Vee (the voice of Ladybug & Marinette), during a recent recording session for the hit CGI animated show. From Season 2, the Christmas Special, the new toy-line, her co-stars, character relationships and much more, […]

‘Stranger Things’ Character Influences a New Style and a New Confidence in one Los Angeles girl.

With the hype and overwhelming admiration for the recent Netflix supernatural television mini-series; Stranger Things, you knew that sooner than later, life would somehow find it’s way to imitating art, and we think we’ve found a contender who has nailed that old adage to a T. Olivia a 9 year old girl who lives in […]

Movie Review: OUTATIME: Saving the DeLorean Time Machine

  “If you’re going to make a documentary about a car, why not do it with some style?”       While Doc Brown may not have said those exact words when he unveiled his DeLorean Time Machine in the 1985 film, Back to the Future, the question posed definitely applies to the documentary film, […]

THE MUSIC OF DC COMICS: VOLUME 2 review

  Released this week from WaterTower Music is The Music of DC Comics: Volume 2 on CD and digital formats, with a double vinyl album coming soon for all you Jack Whites out there. This follow-up to 2010’s The Music of DC Comics: 75th Anniversary Collection celebrates the ongoing musical heritage of DC Comics in […]

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