The Owl House Series Finale Review Wow, after three years of fun, sadness, horror, and joy, it’s over. The Owl House, one of Disney’s best cartoons in recent years, is … Continue Reading The Owl House Says Bye for Now!
The Owl House, Season 2, Episode 19 Review Even though the series finale to Amphibia is tonight, and I meant to get that out first, The Owl House also deserves my attention. After today, … Continue Reading O Titan, Where Art Thou?
The Owl House Season 2, Episode 15 Review From the moment we met him, Raine Whispers became a hit character on The Owl House. Outside of the residents of the … Continue Reading A Great Day for Raine
The Owl House Season 2, Episode 14 Review One of the things that Luz and Amity have in common is that they don’t have the best relationships with their parents. … Continue Reading We Finally Learn the Truth About Luz’s Dad!
In honor of Halloween yesterday, here’s a review of an Owl House fanfic I love called Luz Clawthorne: Hexside’s Number One Delinquent Witch
The Owl House Season 2, Episode 9 Review There are many reasons why fans of The Owl House love Amity Blight. She’s powerful, smart, and while she came off mean … Continue Reading Amity’s Inner Katara Shines on the Owl House
mperor’s Coven on his own. At the same time, he can also be super annoying, and some of the stuff he does can give people nightmares. Thus, some fans jokingly groaned when this week’s episode would be Hooty-centered. After the episode aired, though, it’s safe to say that fans appreciate Hooty more than ever!
As Eda comes to grips with her loss of power and the possibility that King and Luz might leave her one day, a face from her past shows up to recruit her into a rebellion against Emperor Belos.
When people are creating a work of fiction that goes for an extended length of time, they tend to add in a b-plot to balance things out. When it comes to the format of a half-hour show, that usually involves one or more characters doing something concurrent to the main plot. However, sometimes the b-plot of a show can end up overshadowing the main plot. In this case, this week’s episode of The Owl House was meant to focus on Gus. Instead, everyone’s attention was drawn to the b-plot of Luz and Amity. More Lumity coming our way.
When Eda’s Mom shows up at the Owl House claiming to have the cure for Eda’s curse, tensions begin to flare up amongst the residents. Will Eda and Lilith be able to reconcile with their estranged Mom?
Who, or what, is King? Ever since The Owl House began, fans have fallen in love with the diminutive little demon. Not the least bit because A.) he looks like a Cubone, and B.) he’s voiced by Alex Hirsch. But we actually know very little about who he is and where he came from, besides his ranting about himself. Well, after twenty-three episodes, we finally get some hints about the origins of King! And it. Is. HUGE!
Remember the Season One episode “Understanding Willow,” and how it confirmed that Amity Blight has the worst parents on the Boiling Isles? It was at that moment that the fandom wanted nothing more than to tell Mr. and Mrs. Blight where to shove it. Then everyone went bonkers over Lumity, and the thing with Emperor Belos, and Amity’s awful parents were forgotten. However, that changes this week as Mr. and Mrs. Blight threaten to tear Amity away from her friends forever.
Dana Terrace, you are a lifesaver! Just when the second season of Amphibia ended with the episode that rocked the Internet, The Owl House geared up for it’s second season. “Separate Tides” sees us deal with the new status quo. And my God, is it good!
The Owl House, Episode 17 Review I know it’s only been seven months since The Owl House first premiered on Disney Channel, but thanks to how the world is, it … Continue Reading Owl House Sports Episode
If I had to choose the most interesting character on The Owl House, I wouldn’t choose Luz, King, or Eda. Instead, I’d choose Amity Blight. At first, we thought she was a condescending jerk. Then we learned that she was more complex than that. She puts a lot of pressure on herself, her older siblings can be a pain, and her “friends” are shallow as they come. The only real friend she had was Willow, yet she broke that off years ago. We had our theories as to why she ended her friendship with Willow, but it’s this episode that confirms them.
Luz and King enter a writing contest hoping to make it big, but will King’s Reach for power go to his head? Yes, yes it will.