Tag: TV Shows

REVIEW: The Owl House – Season 3, Episode 2, “For the Future”

I’ll always be mad at Disney for cutting The Owl House short, whether it was planned for more seasons or just a full, 20-episode season 3. At this point, it’s up to the creators to satisfy fan expectations in less than two hours, tying up plotlines involving two villains and several he...

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Cobra Kai Season 6 Teaser Promises Epic Final Season

The final battle for the souls of Reseda is on the horizon, as Netflix has released a teaser for season 6 of Cobra Kai, which will officially be its last. There’s no release date yet, but we’re assured the end is coming soon. The lauded sequel series to the Karate Kid movies brought many of &hel...

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REVIEW: The Legend of Vox Machina – Season 2, Episodes 1, 2, and 3,”The Chroma Conclave”, “The Trials of Vasselheim”, and “The Sunken Tomb”

***SPOILERS*** I didn’t care much for season 1 of Amazon Prime and Critical Role’s The Legend of Vox Machina. I’m not sensitive about lowbrow humor, but it was a touch crass for me. I’m not an animation snob, but the show looked distinctly low-budget for a high-profile spons...

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The Last of Us’ Word of Mouth is Extraordinary

The initial Last of Us overnight numbers, released soon after episode 1’s airing, failed to meet the expectations of a show of this caliber, considering the size of the IP and the budget. However, the nearly unanimous praise for this episode has done the impossible. Some early reports regarding th...

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Invincible Season 2 Teaser Arrives

Today, Amazon Prime released a teaser for the hotly-anticipated second season of Invincible. Check it out here: I thought Invincible season 1 was just pretty good, but it’s a show that seems better the more I think about it. Aside from the animation and a couple of supporting characters, I thi...

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Mark Hamill Probably Won’t Play The Joker Again

The Joker will laugh no more. In an interview with Empire (featured in its print magazine, but the quote can be seen thanks to Screen Rant), Mark Hamill has said that he doubts he’ll lend his voice to Batman’s archenemy again now that Kevin Conroy has passed away. Hamill began voicing the Joker ...

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