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Best New Ongoing Shonen Manga
Sometimes, with manga, it’s hard to find something good that isn’t already finished or has over 100+ chapters, so we are bringing you some of the best new ongoing shonen manga with around 50 chapters or less.
Is Cocaine Bear a True Story? Pablo Eskobear’s Backstory, Explained
Animal horror movies are weird; at first, they seem the worst possible idea, but then you realize you need a movie about snakes killing people inside an airplane. Forget piranhas, crocodiles, and sharks; today, the star is a black bear high out of his mind on cocaine. Even though it’s stupider than usual, Cocaine Bear surprisingly is based on a true story. So let’s check out Pablo Eskobear’s backstory explained.
All Ant-Man Movies Ranked From Worst to Best
Before his first movie, no one expected Ant-Man to become one of the most popular characters in the MCU, but that’s precisely what happened. The exciting new installment in the franchise brings back Kang the Conqueror, exploring a different version of the villain we saw in Loki, and marks the start of Phase 5. But the MCU is full of highs and lows, and the Ant-Man trilogy is no different. So, fans are eager to see all Ant-Man Movies ranked from worst to best.
New Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Chapter Reverses the Course of Golden Wind Characters
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is a manga series created by Hirohiko Araki and one of the most-watched anime of all time. The series is composed of 9 parts and almost all of them are set in the same universe, though the setting always changes. It usually focuses on a teenage boy and his journey of solving a problem related to his town with his powers. Even if you don’t know JoJo, you have probably seen the countless memes, the character’s clothes, the insane scenes, or the famous JoJo poses. With P...
[REVIEW] BITS22 Funny Frights and Unusual Sights Shorts Collection
The Blood in the Snow Film Festival is a unique and imaginative showcase of contemporary Canadian horror presenting a variety of programs; the Funny Frights & Unusual Sights feature is one of them. I’ll be reviewing seven shorts from it. They don’t share a common theme or setting as a whole, so all of them will give you a distinct feeling and experience.
The Best Pokémon Story: Unity in Diversity
Pokémon games are known for being silly and having weak plots and dialogues, not to mention generic villains that only want to rule the world. Unfortunately, that is true sometimes. But the franchise also has a few great examples showing the contrary...
Crush & Lobo: Not Taking Up The Mantle
[Variant cover by Dan Mora]
Crush is a new character in the DC Universe. Even though she was part of the Teen Titans for a bit, she still needs a writer with a vision to reach her full potential. Crush & Lobo shows that’s what Mariko Tamaki can and hopefully will be for her. The solo series fully embraces the DC Pride initiative and gives us a few more sides of Crush on a very entertaining journey.
Space can be weird
Tamaki mentioned in one interview that working with letterer Ariana Maher an...
James Tynion IV Creator-Owned (Indie) Comics Guide!
James Tynion IV is a GLAAD and Eisner award-winning comic writer known for works like The Nice House on the Lake, Batman, and Detective Comics. His books in DC are impressive, but they only scratch the surface. If you want to know more about Tynion and his best works, checking out his indie comics is a must.
I’ve always read comics, but my obsession with them only started around last year. I was reading more and more each time, but I couldn’t stop seeing one name repeatedly, “James Tynion IV”...
Nebula Reading Order
You certainly know Nebula from the MCU movies, but probably don’t know she started with a quite different story in the comics. She actually first appeared as a villain of the Avengers, proclaimed herself Thanos’ granddaughter, and only gained her robotic parts after a long time.
Maniac of New York Review! Pray Harry Doesn’t Find You
Elliott Kalan and Andrea Mutti open up Maniac of New York: The Death Train with the above image. It already warns you the story will be filled with the kinds of violence and gory deaths characteristic of the slasher genre. In our day and age, with so many sequels and remakes, everyone knows the basics of slasher flicks like Halloween and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, so – in a way – we are already familiar with Harry, our Jason-like serial killer. But his role is also a bit different...
É possível enfrentar nossos medos com filmes de terror
Não é novidade que o cinema é uma ferramenta de impacto social com grande poder de influência sobre nós, mas um gênero que tem esse imenso potencial e, ainda assim, é diversas vezes esquecido, é o terror. Ele tem recebido mais atenção recentemente, mas merece uma reputação melhor. Se você quer lidar com problemas sociais e traumas, o horror é perfeito para isso, não é difícil encontrar filmes ou livros que abordam temas como depressão, racismo, relacionamentos e, até mesmo, consumismo.