Reviews – Venom and Mechanic: Resurrection

Venom [Opening Paragraphs] "Critics panned it. Fans came to its aid and applauded it. Because of that, it garnered even more attention and became a hit at the box office after releasing in China. Nearly 2 years later, does it still hold up? Venom had 2 things that Spider-Man 3's incarnation of the villain/anti-hero disregarded entirely: proper … Continue reading Reviews – Venom and Mechanic: Resurrection

4 Reasons Why ‘Spider-Man 2’ Is Not Overrated

With Spider-Man: Far From Home right around the corner, it’s time for the return of a question that never exhausts itself: is Spider-Man 2 overrated? Some say no, others say it’s all nostalgia. But what if the constant praise of the 2004 flick really is due to more than just Spider ‘Stalgia? I for one … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why ‘Spider-Man 2’ Is Not Overrated

A Major Problem with Writing Female Superheroes These Days (And a Solution)

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or on another planet entirely, it’s safe to say female characters haven’t always been treated the best. For a long time, they were written 50/50 (being told that ALL female characters merely served as eye candy up until a few years ago is one of the biggest lies … Continue reading A Major Problem with Writing Female Superheroes These Days (And a Solution)

Not Great, Yet Not Terrible – The In-between State

After going through what makes great writing and examples of bad writing, a new thought formed – what about the writing in-between all of this? Why do end-results end up here? This state of controversy can be a tricky area as most critics are solely focused on wanting a story to appear ground-breaking, while plenty … Continue reading Not Great, Yet Not Terrible – The In-between State