• Buffy Challenge: Season 4

    Buffy Challenge: Season 40

    Season 4 Character Arc: Fish out of Water to Rebel with a Cause Setting: UC Sunnydale Plotwise the beginning of the season isn’t my fave. On one hand college! And Spike! On the other hand Riley never really did it for me. Yeah, I’m not really for the AW SHUCKS, MA’AM types. At least not

  • Short & Sweet: Superior X-Men Orphanage!

    Short & Sweet: Superior X-Men Orphanage!0

    Inhumanity: Superior Spider-Man Christos N. Gage and Richard Elson; cover by Jeff Dekal Marvel Comics I’m a little late to the party on this one, but I picked up the main Inhumanity series and decided I wanted this one shot to go with it. I’m really glad I picked it up. The Superior Spider-Man title itself seems

  • Review:  Ms. Marvel #2

    Review: Ms. Marvel #21

    Ms. Marvel #2 Written by G. Willow Wilson Art by  Adrian Alphona & Ian Herring Marvel Comics “All Mankind” — Part Two of Five Part one of our newest Marvel heroine’s story, “Metamorphosis” was my opening review of the Ms. Marvel title.  Issue two gets the story moving. This comic starts with the moment after

  • Buffy Challenge Season 3

    Buffy Challenge Season 31

    Season 3 Character Arc: Gone Girl to White Knightress Principal: Snyder This is where the plot actually start to gel. Characters start to make choices based on who they are. Things really start moving! This doesn’t mean I LIKE everything that happens. IN FACT I AM QUITE GRUMPY about certain things. *grump* #TeamOz Watch for:

  • I’m Taking The Buffy Challenge

    I’m Taking The Buffy Challenge0

    All the seasons of BtVS–TV & Comics–in 2 weeks. Can I do it? I dunno. But I’m trying because … if not my Kickstarter might drive me crazy. So here it is, my first recap. (SPOILER FREE!)

  • Reel Geek Girl:  Mr. Peabody and Sherman

    Reel Geek Girl: Mr. Peabody and Sherman0

    Mr. Peabody and Sherman (2014) Ty Burrell,  Max Charles with Patrick Warburton Stanley Tucci and Stephen Colbert PG  92 Minutes When it comes to expanding animated shorts from the 60s and 70s into full-fledged movies, there’s a right way to do it, and there’s a very, very wrong way to do it. The live action