Rewind: Harlem crowns a king in solid “Luke Cage” S2

On June 22 Netflix's third Marvel hero returned with its sophomore season. Luke Cage season two was available midnight Friday. Soon Twitter buzzed of its likes, dislikes and other observances of the 13-episode entry. How did the season fair after the tumultuous reception to Diamondback? Peep my review below. WARNING: Small spoilers ahead Season 2 of Luke Cage took … Continue reading Rewind: Harlem crowns a king in solid “Luke Cage” S2

Trailer Things: Game is set for “Mario Tennis: Aces” this summer Mario Tennis was one of the few sports games I actually enjoyed playing. Mostly because I was good at it. So the announcement of the Mario Tennis: Aces has me saving my coins to purchase Nintendo's Switch very soon. In this fun ad Mario faces Rafael Nadal in match that shows off not only gameplay, but … Continue reading Trailer Things: Game is set for “Mario Tennis: Aces” this summer

Trailer Things: “Spider-Man: Into the Sider-Verse”, Dec. 2018 In this animated feature from Sony/Marvel, we're officially introduced to the other Spider-Man, Miles Morales. Born in the comics, Miles learns the ropes of being a superhero from Peter Parker himself as their universes merge. It looks like we'll also see a female spidey in Gwen Stacy. Another comic favorite. Morales is voiced by Shameik Moore … Continue reading Trailer Things: “Spider-Man: Into the Sider-Verse”, Dec. 2018

Trailer Things: Steve McQueen’s “Widows” After much anticipation, Steve McQueen's long-awaited mob wives thriller makes waves. The trailer for Widows features four women's plan to protect what is theirs when their criminal husbands are murdered. The film stars Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Cynthia Erivo and Elizabeth Debicki as our female foursome. With a script guided by McQueen and Gillian Flynn, the … Continue reading Trailer Things: Steve McQueen’s “Widows”

(Black) Lightning Does Strike Twice

The CW threw there hat in the inclusive ring with last year's announcement of D.C.'s Black Lightning. After the success of their mostly white superhero shows - adding Supergirl two years ago- it was time D.C.'s first African American star shined. Akin to Marvel's Luke Cage, Lightning struck in the 1970s off the popularity of … Continue reading (Black) Lightning Does Strike Twice