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.
Hello, my friends. Despite the insanity going on within our world, I’m still going strong and giving you my thoughts upon the various forms of comic book-related media. Before I delve into what I have planned for the rest of 2020, allow me to share my thoughts on the first half of this turbulent year.
Hello, my friends! We’re nearing the end of the year and the 2010s in general. 2020 is shaping up to be a bold new time with media vetures to explore, memories to reminisce upon and further projects to work on. I have the first half of this calendar year mapped out, so let me delve into what I have in store to start out with.
Hello, my friends. As of this post, I’m currently working on my “Justice League Vs. The Fatal Five” review. I’ll have my full thoughts on that particular film and have it present by the time we close out the first half of this calendar year. To keep you occupied, here’s what I’ve got in store for the second half of 2019.
Hello, my friends! 2018 is winding down as I look forward to closing out the year on a relaxing note and simply exclaim my thoughts on “Batman: Mask of the Phantasm” and the legacy that it’s left 25 years after its release. After that, I’ve made my plans for 2019. As such, here’s what I have in mind for the first half of the calendar year.
Hello, my friends. My review of “Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay” is currently in the works and it should be available by the end of June. In the meantime, I’d like to share my plan for the second half of 2018 and what I have in store for you all.
Hello, my friends! As we near the end of 2017, I thought I’d let you know what plans I have in store around here. As previously mentioned, I’ll be focused on finishing up my RoboCop comics retrospective for December, but let’s take a gander at my plans for the first half of 2018.
Hello, my friends! I’m back to give you an update as to what I’ve got planned for the remainder of 2017.
Hello, my friends! I just wanted to let you know of a minor tweak to my release schedule. Unfortunately, this article will be the only thing released for June 2017, since my personal life has been very busy and I will be going on vacation at the end of the month.
Hi, everyone! Hope you enjoyed my various reviews from this past year, since I’ve got some big plans for 2017. Of course, it’ll include the three films that the DC Universe Animated Original Movie line has in store for us. However, there’s also a project or two that I want to try my hands on.