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REVIEW: What If…? – Season 1, Episode 9 “What If… The Watcher Broke His Oath?”

After an unexpectedly amazing setup last week, What If…? wraps up its frustratingly inconsistent first season with a frustratingly inconsistent finale. “What If… The Watcher Broke His Oath?” has some great moments and winning characters, but some lame jokes and annoying bits of pandering to ...

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REVIEW: What If…? Season 1, Episode 7 “What If… Thor Were an Only Child?”

“What If… Thor Were an Only Child?” makes it clear that this animated Marvel series still has some kinks to work out – some very big, very annoying kinks. The worst impulses of the show take center stage this week, where instead of using a diverging timeline to explore the characters, they j...

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REVIEW: What If…? – Season 1, Episode 3 “What If… the World Lost Its Mightiest Heroes?”

“What If… the World Lost Its Mightiest Heroes?” is the best episode of the kids-with-a-toy-box series yet, and more enjoyable and reverential to the classic characters than at least the last two MCU TV shows in their entirety. Getting past the race and gender-swapping that the canonical MCU is...

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REVIEW: Loki – Season 1, Episode 6 “For All Time. Always.”

Perhaps better than anything I’ve ever seen, “For All Time. Always.” epitomizes the phrase, “What the hell did I just watch?” All of the problems with Loki reach their apex in this finale, an oppressively boring “climax” that bungles its humor – the placement of which is, as ever, mi...

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REVIEW: Loki – Season 1, Episode 5 “Journey Into Mystery”

“Journey Into Mystery” adds insult to last week’s injury, further derailing this once-promising show and acting as a poorly-fitting puzzle piece that’s been jammed in where it doesn’t belong by people who want to end the game and go to bed. Like the similarly truncated The Falcon and the W...

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REVIEW: Loki – Season 1, Episode 4 “The Nexus Event”

“The Nexus Event” is one of the most glaring examples of manufactured storytelling I can recall. Plot and character developments are so forced as to be misnomers, with each new point inserted at the whim of the “creatives” because they want the show to be something they know it can’t offic...

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