When the Mandalorian tries to find refuge for Baby Yoda, he gets involved in an Old Western Stand-Off to save a village from raiders.
Star Wars, The Mandalorian, Episode 3 Review If there’s one thing newcomers to Star Wars need to know about the Mandalorians, it’s that they’re a warrior people. They’re some of … Continue Reading That Is the Mando Way
Ever since Disney bought Lucasfilms, and with it, Star Wars, I’ve kept a skeptical eye on where the company takes the franchise. Then they axed the Expanded Universe and thirty plus years of extra content that they’ve yet to make up for. They may have given us Thrawn back, but I won’t be satisfied until I see the return of Revan! However, I think Disney’s starting to step up, and a big example would be the new show, The Mandalorian.
For an entire generation of kids, the Big Three of animation were the ones who made the best cartoons on TV. As a result, the news of the trio joining the streaming wars was big news on social media. As a fan of shows made by all three of these entities, I couldn’t resist giving my two cents. So, I’ll be giving my thoughts and opinions on each company, their streaming service, and how I think they’ll do.
I’ve waited to use Gravity Falls for my month of Halloween, and now seems like the best possible time to do so. While the entire series is perfect for a Halloween binge-watching, there are two episodes that are actually Halloween specials. In the first one, the Pines Twins discover the Gravity Falls Tradition of Summerween.
Some people may wonder how Darth Sidious can come back from the dead. Here’s the story of how he did come back in the Expanded Universe
Of all the versions of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow out there, I think my favorite has to be the 1949 Disney version. I can’t help but love it!
This year at NYCC, Disney fans got a first look at their upcoming cartoon, Owl House. From what’s been shown, it’s a cross between Gravity Falls and Star vs The Forces of Evil. I may not bet at NYCC, but that’s not stopping me from giving my thoughts on this new show!
Last week’s season premiere had a good premise, but it got mired in its confusing messages, and two plots that barely connected to each other. This week saw South Park focus bash on one thing, though: China censorship’s. It helped the episode have a more cohesive plot.
Did you guys hear the big news? Spider-Man gets to stay in the MCU
This season of DuckTales has had its ups and downs, but in the final act, they managed to rally. While the whole “Moonvasion” thing seems a little stupid, it’s true purpose shines through in the season finale: giving the fans the kind of epic adventure we’d expect from the show. We get a who’s who as many of the show’s characters rally together as the Duck Family faces their biggest challenge yet!
DuckTales Season 2, Episode 23 Review/Recap While I enjoy most of the stories from this season of DuckTales, I think this week’s batch of new episodes are among its best. … Continue Reading Beware the Bombie!
When Disney decides to take an intentionally bad version of the theme song to one of their shows and use it for an episode, you know it’s going to be good.
“Okay we ran out of budget, but kids age six to ten will love it! Glomtales!”
After last week ended with a bust for Ducktales, this week makes up for it with what I consider one of the best episodes of the season! Time travel: it’s always going to be crazy!
Well, after that awesome episode on Thursday, we’re back to one that isn’t as awesome. Since it’s Ducktales, though, it’s still good. Even the bad episodes are fun to watch, especially with a story that screams “classic Ducktales” like Cornelius Coot.
This episode of Ducktales s a family episode that shows off the bonds between parent and child; or parent figure and child. Or in the case of Doofus Drake, the lack of one.