MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 3

by Miller C. Lashbrook Each episode of this fantastic animated show from Marvel has done something different. The first episode focuses on the difference that staying in the room can make. The second episode addresses nature versus nurture and the difference one being can make. This episodes thesis seems to be about the impact thatContinue reading “MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 3”

MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 2

by Miller C. Lashbrook In one of the most perfect ways to honor the man behind T’Challa, episode 2 of What If…? is all about the difference that one good person can make in the universe. Whether you consider the amount of feels that come up from hearing Chadwick Boseman’s voice, the amazing turn forContinue reading “MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 2”

MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 1

by Miller C. Lashbrook Simply asking what would have or could have gone different is an idea reach with narrative possibilities; coupling it with the the revelation at the end of Marvel’s Loki however brings cool possibilities to the table along with story potential for the main universe going forward. And with rumors abound aboutContinue reading “MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 1”

MCU Review: WandaVision – Episodes 4 & 5

by Miller C. Lashbrook Wow! This show just continues to get better and better. Episode 4 of WandaVision, “We Interrupt this Message”, grounded the show in the reality of the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the viewers, but episode 5, “On a Very Special Episode”, kicked things into high gear, setting the show on a collisionContinue reading “MCU Review: WandaVision – Episodes 4 & 5”

MCU Review: WandaVision Premiere – Episodes 1 & 2

by Miller C. Lashbrook I never thought that a single show could combine the nostalgia of watching TV Land after school with that of watching cartoons on Saturday morning, but this show has, and for this show to be from the MCU makes it all the more magical. These first two episodes are ambitious andContinue reading “MCU Review: WandaVision Premiere – Episodes 1 & 2”

Comic Review: Thor: God of Thunder Issues 1-11

by Miller C. Lashbrook “Oh my gods!” That is my initial reaction to Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic’s work of art that is Thor: God of Thunder. I am sure that many comic book fans and people with humanities degrees would agree that comic books can be art and often are. But, I am sureContinue reading “Comic Review: Thor: God of Thunder Issues 1-11”

Comic Review: X-Force (2019) Vol 1

by Miller C. Lashbrook While in socially distancing at home I have been gobbling up comics old and new on Marvel Unlimited. I thought that when I finish an arc or a set of issues that would be collected in trade paperback that I would write a reflection/review afterword. So, here is the first ofContinue reading “Comic Review: X-Force (2019) Vol 1”