While the Edens Zero is worked on, the crew has some fun at a water park. At the same time, though, Labilia is not having any fun at all.
Edens Zero Chapter 175 Review/Recap Ever since we got introduced to the original version of Captain Connor back in the Sun Jewel Arc, there’s been a lot of mystery surrounding … Continue Reading O Captain, My Captain Connor!
Edens Zero Chapter 174 Review/Recap So, the last chapter saw fit to remind us of the fact that the Oracion Seis Interstelar now lump Shiki in with their counterparts, Oracion … Continue Reading Crew of Edens Steamroll the IUA
With the Internet set ablaze by the recent teaser trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, and what Spidey may have to do to get his identity back under … The … Continue Reading The First Time The World Forgot About Spider-Man
akes him ten times as dangerous. Worse, he’s got no loyalty whatsoever to his adoptive father, and this chapter proves it!
When we last left off Edens Zero two weeks ago, the Rutherford siblings were locked in battle with Lyra and Callum of the Ocean’s 6. At first, their wind Ether Gear let them put up an impressive fight. However, Jinn got caught off-guard when he realized that Callum was his old sparring partner from his dojo days on Guilst. Thanks to that, the two were forced on the defensive as Callum started to turn Jinn’s body into mist! In order to win, the Winds of Edens will need to dig deep to unlock their latent power!
Well, everyone, it’s finally over. Nine weeks, six decades of sitcoms, twists and turns around every corner, and it’s over. We’re at the series finale of WandaVision. So, did we get everything that we wanted out of the series finale? No, we didn’t. My theory about Pietro turned out to be wrong, but more on that later. But unlike some shows whose series finales can leave us disappointed (*cough* Game of Thrones *cough*), there’s not much to be dissappointed about here. It’s Marvel; we know that there’s going to be more to the story later on, so the story will continue. Ergo, I’m reviewing each part of the finale and where the show goes from here. It’s series finale time.
http://www.cbr.com/star-wars-reveals-ren-means-lightsaber/ That’s what “REN” means? You, Disney, too lame, explain now!
My Favorite Comic Book Series After 29 days, we’ve finally arrived at this moment. I haven’t read as much of Marvel Comics as I want to; I chalk the rest … Continue Reading Marvel 30-Day Challenge, Day 29
I got confused by the criteria for today’s challenge, as I’m not sure what it means by “favorite comic time period.” In my view, that either means the run for a specific author or comic book series, or an era of comics in general. I’m going with the latter in this case for Marvel Comics, as there’s only one time period I consider my favorite.
It’s day five of the Marvel 30 day challenge. Guess who my favorite team is?
I don’t really know any divas in Marvel’s arsenal, so I came up with the closest one I can think of.
Day 2 is now up with my choice for favorite villain, Magneto.
I kick off my delayed Marvel 30 Day Challenge with my favorite comic book character, Hope Summers, the savior of mutantkind; aka, Jean Grey if she was raised by the Terminator.