As we grow closer to the ultimate finale for the most popular show on television right now, everyone is wondering who will take the iron throne. Will it be Daenarys Targaryen, mother of dragons? Or will it be Jon Snow, also known as Aegon Targaryen, who has the true claim to the throne but denies it at every turn?
Say what you want about DC‘s live action movies, but one thing we can all agree on is that DC knows how to make an animated film! DC has dominated the animated superhero film market since day one, with their own little cartoon cinematic universe at work. And now, one of Batman’s most underrated and best stories is coming to life within this animated universe.
As much as I try to defend this show and this season… I can’t after this episode. So many problems plagued this episode. Characters motivations were unjustified and their actions often didn’t make sense. Now, there is some upsides to this episode but overall, the episode kind of fell flat for an episode that was supposed to be so influential.
As people may know by now, “Game of Thrones” is on their second to last episode. With next Sunday being the final episode to the legendary HBO show. Everyone is talking about what may or may not happen in this show, to the point where even the actors can’t hold in their excitement.
Tick tock tick tock tick tock… these are the words that rattle through my head as I watch this trailer. Not only are these the words to mark “the end of the world” but they also can stand for me waiting for this show to finally begin.
Yet another amazing episode for the legendary series of “Game of Thrones”, this episode seemed to lack some excitement off the hype of the last episode, or even the one before that. Although not a bad episode, this episode is better than the first of this season but doesn’t hold up to the last two episodes. It’s also interesting to note that we still see relationships and characters grow within the last couple episodes of the series.
The most common marketing tool, your fond memories are being sold back to you in shinier new forms that are in no way close to the original. Companies are praying off your childhood and you pay them money for it, whether it’s is good or not, just look at the “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie. A common tactic deployed by marketing agencies and businesses that provide entertainment, is nostalgia. Selling you something you already know is something that companies have been doing for ages, now this doesn’t sound to bad right? Wrong. It is the worst thing for the entertainment market, which is a very broad market.
From the great mind of the writer behind “The Batman Who Laughs“, Scott Snyder, comes DC Comics‘ big year event. The “Year of the Villain“. To be set off by none other than the mastermind to combat the world’s number 1 hero himself, Lex Luthor, but how?
Based off the comic book series, by Dargaud, of the same name, “Blacksad: Under the Skin” is set in a noir 1950’s era New York City. A dark and gritty story of anthripomorphic characters and a crime ridden world, the trailer for this game really seems to follow the same formula as the games produced by Telltale.