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DC Universe Animated Original Movies (Part 39): Superman: Man Of Tomorrow

Hello, my friends.  Now that we’ve gone through a hectic, tumultuous and psychotic year full of wildfires, racial injustice and a worldwide plague, I think it’s time that we put 2020 behind us and look forward to a bright & prosperous future. As such, I find it absolutely fitting that I’ve chosen to tackle a film about setting the groundwork for better things to come while also embracing the potential hurdles that lie ahead.  On that note, I welcome you all to another entry of…

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Site Update! #13

Hello, my friends!  Hope you enjoyed a surprise bonus that I included where I gave 20th Century Fox/Studios’ X-Men Film Series a proper sendoff and ranked my personal favorites.  Well, 2020 has been an historic kind of hectic for us all.  As if America’s past racial sins that we’ve chosen to ignore for a long time, only for these repeated mistakes to strike back in a big way & force us to finally make necessary changes wasn’t enough of a major event, we had a global pandemic that kneecapped the majority of opportunities to enjoy the public events that we originally wanted to attend this year.  Needless to say, this has definitely been a collection of 366 days that we’re not going to look back on with absolute fondness moving forward.  Thankfully around here, the only major thing that happened was a minor reshuffling of reviews.  As we prepare for 2021, we aim to make this a major rebound year.  While I prepare to close out 2020 with a review of “Superman: Man Of Tomorrow”, I’ve already planned out several things for the coming year.  As such, let me share what I plan to have come down the pipeline for the first half of 2021.

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C-Cubed’s X-Men Film Series Countdown!

Hello, my friends.  With 2020 at an end, it also marks the conclusion of a long-running superhero film series helmed by a historic studio that’s now a major imprint under the House of Mouse.  Because this flawed, yet fun string of movies was a part of my life growing up, I figure that I’d throw in a bonus article and pay tribute to this cinematic franchise that has a wonky continuity, but still means something special to me.  As such, I present to you a…