Review

For the Folks Who’ve Had Enough: #BlackLightning is Off to a Dynamic Start

For the Folks Who’ve Had Enough: #BlackLightning is Off to a Dynamic Start

***The following recap contains spoilers for the series premiere of CW’s Black Lightning*** I’ve always harbored a fascination for the evolution one endures once they’ve reached the end of their rope. Who do each of us become the moment our wells of patience are tapped? […]

Nerds of Prey Reviews: The Greatest Showman

Nerds of Prey Reviews: The Greatest Showman

Musical theater, in any incarnation, has always had the difficult duty of walking a very fine tightrope. Leaning too liberally on the soundtrack can render a story bare. Conversely, failing to employ quality music can tank the effort entirely. The audience inherently trusts the production […]

Nerds of Prey Reviews: Disney/Pixar’s Coco

Nerds of Prey Reviews: Disney/Pixar’s Coco

Pixar’s Coco follows familiar themes of the importance of family and chasing your dreams while setting them against a backdrop filled with rich Mexican cultural elements. Our main character, Miguel Rivera (Anthony Gonzalez) comes from a long line of shoe makers beginning with the fierce […]

Comic Book Review: Eventide from Grub Machine Comics

Comic Book Review: Eventide from Grub Machine Comics

Grub Machine’s Eventide is here to ask one major question: who do we become when we find ourselves face-to-face with soul-snatching peril? Five teenagers are about to find out, firsthand. The premiere issue – which drops today – introduces us to Connor Wood, a high […]

#NYCC – Batman vs. Two-Face: The Cure For Superhero Fatigue?

#NYCC – Batman vs. Two-Face: The Cure For Superhero Fatigue?

Note: This review is by guest nerd, Daejah Woolery. Batman vs. Two-Face, the much-anticipated feature based on the 1960s Batman TV series and Adam West’s last work before his passing, had its world premiere this past Sunday at New York Comic Con. The crowd couldn’t […]