This week I had the honor of checking out Postmortem Of a Puppet by Pancaek, a rather avant garde comic. While much of the comic, especially the art, is fantastic, it definitely won’t be for everyone.
WARNING: MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD FOR LOST IN SPACE.
When I heard there was a new Lost in Space series on Netflix, I was skeptical to say the least. I am largely not a fan of remakes, if only because many of them are terrible cash grabs. I had even heard mixed reactions to the series, so that further did not inspire me to expect much. However, if there’s two things I love in life, it’s space and robots that say, “Danger, Will Robinson.” Thus, I decided one day to put it on, because what else was I going to do with my life? So how did it stack up? Well, let’s dive in to my review, and I’ll tell you my thoughts.
This month I had the privilege to check out The Sisters by Peter Violini and Brian L. Richmond. Though the story has a lot of interesting facets and creativity, there are a few areas where some improvements could be made.
Are you a fan of slice-of-life stories with some character drama sprinkled on top? If you answered yes, you will adore Radio Silence by Vanessa Stefaniuk. The comic not only has a fantastic set of characters, but a unique and energetic story to tell as well.
WARNING: VERY MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD FOR THE DRAGON PRINCE.
Unlike usual, for once I’m actually decently early to starting a series. Going into The Dragon Prince, I had two expectations: I’d like the story concepts, but at the same time would cringe at everything else. So, how did Netflix’s newest production play out? Let’s jump into the review and work out what’s up with this series.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD FOR MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER!
Unexpectedly, I noticed Mary and the Witch’s Flower was on Netflix this week. As I’m a huge Studio Ghibli fan, I’ve had an interest in seeing it since many of Studio Ghibli’s former animators were involved with the film. That being said, I didn’t know much about the film going in. Having watched it now, though, I’m ready to review it and share my thoughts.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD FOR THE FIRST TWO SEASONS OF THE HANDMAID’S TALE!
Though like usual I’m late to the game, I decided to check out The Handmaid’s Tale. I’ve heard a lot of good things about the show, and finally decided I would take a look. Besides knowing the basic premise, I didn’t really know what to expect. Below are my thoughts on the show. If you’re reading this from the future, this review will only cover the first two seasons, as that’s what’s out at the time of writing this. Also, a usual reminder that the following review is my own opinion. You should draw your own conclusions and not hinge on my words.