To many non-geeks, Stan Lee was just a passing name of a man that they knew had something to do with comic books, but they did not know exactly what his capacity was. To many more who know even the slightest bit about the modern day superhero, we know that Stanley Martin Lieber was the creator of a world that is epic beyond proportions. Most of you reading this already know that I take comic books quite seriously. I personally used comic books as a kid to escape from a world where I felt isolated in my closeted life. Comic books helped me in ways that I cannot even explain. Stan Lee was the first name I learned from comics and I always recognized that distinguishable voice of his. I know to some, this is nothing but another blip on the radar, but to many others, including me, Lee was so much more. Nothing I say can compare to the work that he created. His achievements will no doubt last for years to come, but none will be as legendary as the man who made them. Stan “The Man” Lee, EXCELSIOR!



Although the Death of Superman has been told in the past, the animated New 52 version of the DC Universe Death of Superman did have a lot of positive feedback from the first half of the story being played out. The second half, titled – Reign of the Supermen – just had its first trailer released. No definitive date has been given as of yet for this second animate movie, but expect it come out early in 2019. Superboy, Conner Kent aka Kon El baby!

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I moved recently and I finally set up my new Post Office Box. I still have access to my old box, so it will be checked periodically in the next couple of months. Thanks to those that have written letters and/or sent past items to that box. If anyone is interested, my new PO Box is listed below.

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The Masters of the Universe community is divided on the upcoming She-Ra and the Princesses of Power series coming November 16, 2018 to Netflix. The style is much different than the original 1980s series and the story may very likely not involve She-Ra’s iconic twin brother, He-Man aka Prince Adam at all. The new teaser for the series has been released and still, there are many that either hate this look or they love it. What do you think about it yourself?

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I am not a hardcore gaymer by a long shot, but I do enjoy a few of them here and there when the opportunity arises. I have not played Insomniac’s Spider-Man game myself, but I have a few friends who have shown me what it entails, and wow! It appears to be one of the best made for the wall crawler yet. The trailers alone show what it really means to be Peter Parker and what he goes through to be better than the average hero while maintaining that he has unsurmountable will to over come anything that comes his way.


There are a lot of references as well to what is happening in real world as well. Rainbow Pride flags are shown prevalently and proudly. J. Jonah Jameson, who is always on the crazier side of conspiracies, is even more so now with an Alex Jones feel to him. Meanwhile, the Kingpin of Crime, Wilson Fisk, has his tower looking suspiciously like Drumpf’s, I mean Trump’s own tower.


All of that is not even talking about the incredible storyline and smooth game play. The graphics alone make this game worth it. Oh yeah, the Ghostbusters Firehouse is in it as part of NYC. How fracking cool is that?! So is anyone playing this? I am curious as to how you feel about it.


One last thing, if you pre-ordered the game from certain shops, you could also start out with different Spider-Verse costumes. Or just alternate reality versions of Spidey. Including one of my favorite – Spider-Punk!

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Director Jim Fall released this image made by Jayson Rivest announcing that Trick 2 is being made and set for release in 2019, just in time for the original’s 20th anniversary. HOLY HELL, I’m excited! Jim Hall is the director of the first Trick and I absolutely love this movie! It is the first gay movie I saw when I was younger and it was also one of the few movies that made me feel so much hope about my sexuality. No details have been given as of yet to the plot, or if the original main characters and their actors would be a part of this, with the exception that Drag Queen – Coco Peru will be reprising her role and that Tori Spelling would be making a cameo as well. The image released does show the Los Angeles city skyline over the New York City skyline. This could be showing homage to the original movie taking place in NYC while taking place in a new setting. Or maybe the movie will take place in both cities this time around. The main character of Gabe could have became a successful play writer and moved to California. So many possibilities! I can’t wait to see this.

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This is Jim Fall himself below…woof! Just saying!


This doesn’t pull me in but it doesn’t repel me either. It is still very early and I can see that they are keeping the vast majority of the plot from being spoiled in this first teaser, which is smart. I cannot tell whether or not I am convinced of Zachary Levi’s portrayal of the Big Cheese Cheese (Dr. Sivana’s phrase) is good or not. I am sure I will watch it regardless though. What do you think of this trailer?

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At the San Diego Comic Con 2018 and at the Voltron panel, co-showrunner Lauren Montgomery confirmed that Shiro, the leader of Voltron and pilot of the Black Lion (voiced by Josh Keaton), is gay and that the character of Adam, Shiro’s boyfriend will be shown. Oh my glob, that’s awesome! I know many wanted Shiro to be in a relationship with fellow paladin Keith, but this is still great news nonetheless. I have wanted representation in Voltron since the first episode and I can honestly feel that this makes so much sense. As to how other fans feel, well I can figuratively hear people screaming both positively and negatively. I’ll just focus on those that are feeling a sense of joy out of this announcement. Season 7 airs on Netflix on August 7, 2018.




Oh hell’s the to the fracking yes! I cannot express my excitement over how much I am looking forward to this upcoming season. It is the single reason I am subscribing to the new DC Universe streaming service that this will be a part of when released. The first half of the video is a recap of season 2, but the second half is new footage. Check out the clip from EW.com below and let me know what you think!

Can I just say that I really am hoping that Blue Beetle and Impulse/Kid Flash (Bart Allen) will be a couple this season? Bart was bonding with him last season to the point that they almost felt romantically close.


What?! There’s a new Disney XD animated series of shorts with Squirrel Girl, Patriot (where the hell has he been in the comics), Spider-Gwen (Ghost-Spider, because she can’t go by her real name), Ms. Marvel and Quake (I don’t know much about her)?! Hell’s yeah! These shorts are set to premiere on Disney XD on August 13, 2018. There is obviously a huge fun factor involved in this series with the seriousness being toned down a bit, but not so much that there can still be huge adventures that is entertaining to watch, especially with the likelihood that other heroes such as Captain Marvel may and probably will appear.


Cast:
Dove Cameron — Gwen Stacy/Ghost-Spider
Kathleen Khavari – Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel
Kamil McFadden – Rayshaun Lucas/Patriot
Chloe Bennet – Daisy Johnson/Quake
Milana Vayntrub – Doreen Green/Squirrel Girl