It is the final issue to the Walking Dead comic book series. The series as a whole was incredible well written by writer Robert Kirkman. There was of course some ups and downs as well as many turns that took readers by surprise. I did have the pleasure of reading most of the issues and even complaining here and there about directions that was taken. However I am quite happy with the end results and I enjoyed this final issue that gave closure to the story. Check out my thoughts on this issue in the attached video, but it is riddled with spoilers.

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It’s comic book day! The first part to Frank Miller’s Superman Year One story has come out that is part of the DC Universe’s Black Label Universe. That means it is a bit more adult and has a different background for each of the characters. This first issue is different yet still very similar to the Clark Kent that we all know. The Last Son of Krypton also takes role in life and starts to explore it in a way that is unique to this book. Check out my thoughts on this first issue in the attached video, but be warned, it is full of spoilers!

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A new cartoon is coming to Hulu called The Bravest Knight. (See attached trailer below) This is based on Daniel Errico’s 2014 book “The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived.” The series focuses on Nia (Storm Reid), the daughter of a former pumpkin farmer, Sir Cedric (voiced by T.R. Knight), and Prince Andrew (Wilson Cruz). The two men are happily married. Sir Cedric is recounting his tales to their daughter Nia and “on how he transformed from day-time farmer to full-fledged knight.”

Nia herself is training to one day become a brave knight while she “learns important values such as honor, justice and compassion.”

I’m sure everyone has already seen the articles about the cartoon “Arthur” showing his teacher wedding Mr Ratburn marrying his husband and some of the backlash from conservative groups have initiated against it. I am quite happy that Hulu is progressively moving forward to show that kids cartoons can show a variety of families. This may be meant for a different age bracket, but when has that stopped me from watching kids cartoons?

The first five episodes of “The Bravest Knight” will debut on Hulu June 21. There will be a total of 13 episodes AND will feature the voices of RuPaul, Christine Baranski, Wanda Sykes, Donna Murphy and Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean.

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It’s comic book day! Barry Allen Flash gets his origin retold with his Year One storyline in Flash #70. Meanwhile over in SHAZAM, the mighty Marvels are still trapped in Magic Land with Black Adam somewhat coming to the rescue (not really). Also, what were those prison guards going to do to Mr. Tawky Tawny after ripping his clothes off? No really, it didn’t look like they were just going to beat him. Check out my comic load this week in the attached video and let me know what you read this week!

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It’s comic book day! Rainbow Brite #4 is out from Dynamite Comics and it’s awesome. It’s a very fun series that knows to not take itself seriously but still very fun that pays homage to the original Rainbow Brite. Check out my comic book pull from this week. What’s your load look like?

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It’s comic book day! Wolverine and Cyclops are together again. Even though they butt heads, they respect each other. Sometimes they even had a great friendship going on. What’s your comic load look like?

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It’s comic book day! We have the second issue of Young Justice from the Wonder Comics imprint of DC Comics. The time is sucked into Gem World where Robin and Amethyst team up. Meanwhile, we get a quick background on Wonder Girl and her connection to Zeus. Great second issue! This was written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by both Patrick Gleason and Emanuela Lupacchino.

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Male escort Adrian recounts how he became one of the most successful “Upscale A$$ for Hire” in this Class Comics book. Written and illustrated by Sunny Victor, this comic has so much to offer with it’s detail and poignant background. Check out my thoughts on it in this very SPOILER-Y comic book review.

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The Death of Superman storyline from 1992-1993 is iconic in its portrayal of the Last Son of Krypton finally meeting his end at the hands of the monster Doomsday. The comic was reprinted numerous times because it continually sold out. There have been a couple attempts to make an animated movie based on this story. The live action Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice movie vaguely had some components with Doomsday character and Superman’s death, but it was poorly executed. This animated movie however, gets much closer to the comic book story. The animation is well done and several plots were included in this feature that made it much more meaningful. Check out my thoughts on this to this first part of this two part movie.


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There are only a handful of movies that can make me cry like a baby, and Big Eden is one of them. The story revolves around Henry Hart played by Arye Gross. He is a New York artist who finds out that his grandfather has just suffered from a stroke. Henry drops everything and goes home to help nurse him back to health. There he sees that his hometown is very accepting and open town to him as a gay man. He finds love in two different directions and both can lead down different paths. This is a great heartfelt movie. Check out my thoughts on it in the attached video, but there are major spoilers, so be warned!


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