https://firstname.lastname@example.org/the-tragedy-of-danny-rand-484d3c120321 Danny Rand’s appearance in Luke Cage season two gave comic book fans a glimmer of hope for the second run of Iron Fist. The man with the glowing fist appeared dashing, confident, and seemed to have found his place in the Netflix Marvel pantheon. Excited pre-release chatter was all about the redemption of Danny Rand. A few … Continue reading The Tragedy of Danny Rand
When Luke Cage first debuted on Netflix, even a jaded media consumer could tell we were witnessing a change. For too many years media conglomerates called the shots based on faulty assumptions of what would "work" and what wouldn't using superficial metrics and interpretations of data skewed by ignorance. Then a small but tenacious media … Continue reading A Transformation Long in the Making – Luke Cage Season Two
It's like Daredevil is Jimmy Fallon: He's not quite as funny Jimmy Kimmel, doesn't have near the game of Craig Ferguson, but he's got a lot of intriguing friends that stop by.
When I first saw the trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy months ago, I was thinking "Why?" Than I went to see it. Consider this a review: Go. Brave the opening weekend and just go. I'm putting this one up there with Whedon's Avengers, possibly better. After the movie, I started mining into the title's … Continue reading History Lesson: Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy