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Why Marvel’s Luke Cage Matters

Luke Cage.  Marvel’s Luke Cage. Just…wow! This is best thing Netflix has put out. It is the best thing Marvel has put out. Surpassing even Captain America: Civil War. To me, it’s the best property in the Marvel Cinematic Universe because of it’s relevance and themes. As a Black man and a geek, the show … Continue reading

Zendaya, Adaptations, and When Race Matters

When I see the vitriol lobbed to Zendaya for being signed on to play Mary Jane, or Michael B. Jordan to play Johnny Storm in The Fantastic Four, or Scarlett Johansson for being signed on to play Motoko Kusanagi in Ghost in the Shell, I can understand. But I don’t agree…most of the time. Continue reading

We All Change

I had a Facebook conversation a week ago with someone I know from “another life.” That person asked me. “How did we get so distant?”

I told them, “Life happened. We changed.” Continue reading

How Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Can Raise Its Grade

In 2008, Marvel Studios released the first Iron Man movie and thus created the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Iron Man was followed by, to date, Iron Man 2, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, and Thor: The Dark World. Marvel had done on the screen what it had done in … Continue reading

Lessons True Blood Can Learn From Game of Thrones

True Blood and Game of Thrones are two of the most popular shows on HBO. Both have been nominated for and won numerous awards. True Blood is a series about a psychic waitress named Sookie Stackhouse and her adventures and mis-adventures with the local supernatural community. Game of Thrones is about seven kingdoms all vying for the … Continue reading

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