Secret Wars 5 (2).Movie_Snapshot

The Marvel Universe is being shaken pretty bad in the comics right now. Literally, all of it’s superhero titles are mixed in with the Secret War storyline. It is pretty epic. Here’s my thoughts on issue #5 of this series. Are you reading the series yourself?

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Flash of Two Worlds

The CW just showed everyone what the new Jay Garrick is going to look like in the upcoming season 2 of The Flash! This character is from an alternate reality and is played by Teddy Sears. I think this season is going to be so cool. Jay Garrick is often considered to be an older version of the Flash, and in some realities, he is just as young as Barry. This is going to be interesting, being that Teddy is a pretty young man, so he is going to be similar in age to Barry in this reality. I can’t wait.

Keiynan Lonsdale Wally West

Also, if you were not aware, we also just recently saw that the CW cast Kid Flash actor, Keiynan Lonsdale. We will not get a ginger Wally, but I am still happy with the choice that we got with Australian actor Keiynan. The show is geared a bit more towards the New 52 DC Universe, which has Wally West and his family as being a black family. So it makes a lot of sense for Wally to be portrayed as black actor, like his aunt, Iris and not be adopted.

Jem Trailer 2

This is so sad…why are they doing this? Synergy is a little talking robot? What?! They’re just trying to mess with this now. It’s awful. I will continue to read the comic book and hope to god that this movie is all a bad dream. What do you think of it?

Arrow vs Stardust

Wow! I have not been interested in WWE in years. I loved it as a kid and I even watched it a bit in college because all my roommates were really big into. But after that, I forgot about it mostly. But I may actually watch the PayPerView WWE SummerSlam, just to see Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen/Arrow) fight Stardust. I don’t even know who Stardust. But I want to see them fight now! Well done WWE, you got me back!

Like It Is

Ever see a movie based on a bare knuckle gay boxer? Neither have I, until now. This is entertaining but really lacks a lot of direction. There definitely isn’t any real love story involved here. The main characters are not relate-able, but not because of them being fake but the characters just do not seem all that real. Which is a shame, it is a unique story.

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Jem and the Holograms 3 IDW Comic Book Review (2).Movie_Snapshot

I just reviewed issue number 3 of Jem and the Holograms! I am liking this series a lot. We get a pretty big revelation in this issue. Something that I was not expecting, but it was a pleasant surprise!

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Stonewall Poster

So much controversy regarding the upcoming Stonewall movie directed Roland Emmerich. History apparently is being re-written, again, for cinematic purposes. The trailer for this movie was released and as much as I can see from my own knowledge, I do not see any of the key players that should be recognized in this film. From all intents and purposes, this trailer makes it seem as though the main character, Jonathan Rhys Meyers who plays Trevor, is the first person to throw a brick that sparked off the original Stonewall Riots. Which I hope that everyone knows is completely inaccurate as trans women Sylvia Riveria, and Marsha P. Johnson, are those that have been credited as being the most influential and initiators of these events. But this is just the trailer. Maybe we will see something completely different as trailers are often misleading.

Sylvia and Marsha

I understand many heterosexual people within the U.S. do not know very much about historic moments that involve the LGBT community. Even many members of the LGBT community can be misinformed about events that occurred within the last 40-50 years. I by no means am a historian myself. Most of my knowledge on LGBT history has been from internet searches in the past decade. It is not like these events are covered in high school history classes. Many colleges do offer some courses that would be beneficial, but not many and not everyone has access to these classes.

I will watch the movie and try to be as unbiased as possible, but I wonder who is the target audience? Is the LGBT community? Is it the heterosexual community?