Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7, Episode 11 From the moment The Clone Wars started, we knew this moment was coming. With three words, Darth Sidious almost wiped out … Continue Reading Order 66 Shattered Ashoka and Shattered Us
I actually debated on whether or not I should review this episode now or wit for it to premiere in the West. However, I realized that you should never look a gift horse in the mouth and enjoy that we got a new episode of The Owl House. An episode that sees Luz take the next step in her magic training in a good old fashioned magic boot camp.
Ducktales! Season 3, Episode 5 Review When it comes to shows like DuckTales, it can be hard to pick a favorite character. There’s just so much great talent behind the show and … Continue Reading Daisy Duck Shines in New DuckTales!
We know that the Joker left a lot of mental scars on Harley Quinn before she finally dumped him. One of the scars that no one ever considered, though, was how skewed her concept of love. Or rather, she doesn’t think love is real. As she gets back to fighting Mr. Freeze, though, she gets a much-needed lesson on love and how it can thaw a cold heart.
The second part of the Siege of Mandalore arc may be the best episode of the Clone Wars. Heck, it’s one of the best moments in Star Wars, period!
I may not have liked last week’s episode, but I loved this week’s episode of DuckTales. Mainly, because it touched on an important life lesson in a hilarious fashion. That lesson being the importance of telling the truth, no matter how hard it may be. And, I might add, it does it while referencing some of Disney’s past work.
To quote from Tony Stark, “part of the journey is the end.” Star Wars fans knew going into The Clone Wars what to expect, how this story would end. Anakin’s transformation into Darth Vader; the Jedi forced into hiding, and the victory of the Sith. Now, after all these years of waiting, we’re in the final arc of The Clone Wars, the Siege of Mandalore. And by the Force, is it beautiful.
Harley Quinn and Ivy’s roles are reversed in the third episode of Season 2. As Harley hires Catwoman to help them steal a weapon, Ivy comes to terms with how her life’s turned out.
When Marco returns to Mewni to spend time with Star, the two become closer than ever. Unfortunately, evil doesn’t rest, and the two friends find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy that threatens to destroy the Butterfly family. Warning: this Fanwork contains mature themes, language, violence and adult situations for mature audiences only.
It is now official. The new DuckTales may be known as the Disney Afternoon Universe, or DAU. Why? Because most Disney Afternoon shows are now in it.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7, Episode 8 Review After struggling to find its footing, the Ashoka Alone arc finally manages to do so in its final chapter. I’ve … Continue Reading What it Means to Be a Jedi
In order to take down the Riddler, Harley, Ivy, and “Stephanie” sneak into her new school of Riddler U. It’s back to school for Harley in a new episode! Featuring Batgirl!
In this episode, the Duck Family gets trapped in a 90s style sitcom that shares the same name as a barely remembered cartoon, Quack Pack.
Just when we needed it the most, DuckTales! returns for a brand new season of adventures. Solving mysteries and rewriting history!
Remember how I said that I was looking forward to seeing what happens in the next episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars? I take it back; so far, this arc has been a snooze fest for me! Which is a shame, as I wanted Ashoka’s return to be this big thing. It’s the lost chapter in the life of one of Star Wars’ best characters, and something I was looking forward to. Yet the story with the Martez Sisters feels like it’s going in a circle with little growth.