Have you seen the CW Seed animated series – Freedom Fighters: The Ray? It is only 6 episodes of 6-8 min shorts, but it is so good! I may be biased being that it stars a gay superhero voiced by gay actor (and super hot) Russell Tovey, but it is a great series nonetheless. Check out my thoughts on this prequel series to the Crisis on Earth X CW Arrowverse TV crossover in the video attached.


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I’m so excited for this! Netflix and Dreamworks Animation announced that there will be a new She-Ra cartoon set for Netflix in 2018. I’m a huge Masters of the Universe and Princess of Power fan. So this brings out the uber geek in me. There’s some other cartoons coming out too, which I’m not a fan of particularly, but I know others may be interested in them. These include:
Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (continuing after the movie), Boss Baby (also a continuation after the first film), Captain Underpants, Harvey Street Kids, and the third season of Trollhunters and the series called 3 Below, which is the second installment of Tales of Arcadia Trilogy. The site Variety gives the full details on the other shows.


Why is He-Man not getting his own show? Who knows? Maybe someone at Netflix said, let’s give his sister a chance. Or maybe there’s some movie idea being planned (yeah that’s been said for like 30 years). Or maybe he will be a re-occurring character on the show. Whenever I find out anything about She-Ra, I will immediately post about it. Currently the 1980s series is on Netflix, and I think I may re-watch a few episodes in the next couple of days.


Have you watched the Freedom Fighters: The Ray animated series on the CW Seed? It is only the first season of 6 shorts and each of the mini episodes are 6-8 mins long. Since I’m a huge Ray fan, I have been excited for this series to air ever since I heard it was being made. For clarity, I would have enjoyed it even if the main character of Raymond Terrill wasn’t being voiced by Russell Tovey.


It is a prequel series taking place before the Crisis on Earth X crossover series. I will do a video review on the series soon, but I just figured I would inform everyone in case anyone was not aware that it was out.


Check out the series for free over at the CW Seed at: www.CWSeed.com
There is also a message from the Trevor Project included that is presented by the Ray. I personally thought that in itself was great.


It looks promising. Similar premise with respect to being on the island with killer prehistoric creatures but different with the idea that they are this time trying to save the dinosaurs from the islands own volcanic issue explosions. What do you think of it?

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Young Iceman and Adult Iceman team up to take on Pyro. The real battle however, takes place over dinner. Adult Bobby Drake’s parents want to meet the time displaced counter part to their son. Things do not go so well.

This was written by: Sina Grace
Drawn by: Robert Gill
Published by: Marvel Comics


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Fox may be selling the X-Men movie rights to Disney, but their next installment of their X-Men series is underway. Over at Entertainment Weekly, they have the first images available. Not a lot to show, but we get to see Jennifer Lawrence in her new Mystique make up and Sophie Turner as Jean Grey all ‘Phoenix-y.’ Honestly I do hope that Mystique is downplayed a lot in this movie. It is hard for me to get past her basically being the leader of the X-Men.

Here are the other pics available. Check out the article at: EW.com

X-Men: Dark Phoenix 
Charles Xavier (James McAvoy), Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), Cyclops (Tye Sheridan, back to camera), and Storm (Alexandra Shipp)

X-Men: Dark Phoenix 
Sophie Turner

X-Men: Dark Phoenix 
Jessica Chastain

X-Men: Dark Phoenix 
Jennifer Lawrence

X-Men: Dark Phoenix 
Director Simon Kinberg and Michael Fassbender on set

X-Men: Dark Phoenix 
Concept Art


It’s comic book day!
Walking Dead #174 returns with a sympathetic look at Negan. Yes, seriously.
Amazing Spider-Man and Venom, Inc: Alpha – The battle for the symbiotes. Not exactly, but somewhat still accurate. Anything with Eddie Brock Venom is worth it.
Astonishing X-Men #6 – The war between Xavier and the Shadow King continue and comes to a head.
Captain America #696 – Cap vs. the Swordsman. Classic Cap is back and he’s showing how awesome he original was meant to be.
Spider-Man #235 – A new Sinister Six is forming and starting to make their move. Miles Morales has never faced them, but he will soon.
Superman #36 – Imperius Lex concludes with a predictable ending. However, Lex makes a move that was a bit unexpected…although I guess it is also predictable if you think about it.
Nightwing #34 – Nightwing vs. Raptor. A definitive winner emerges in this battle.
Batman #36 – The SuperFriends reunite! Well it’s just Superman and Batman, but still seeing their partners (wife/fiancée) making them contact each other is awesome.

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The Manga series My Brother’s Husband, written by openly gay writer Gengoroh Tagame, and published by Futabasha in the magazine Monthly Action is getting the TV treatment. The Manga series is focused on Yaichi and Mike Flanagan. Yaichi is a single father, and Mike is the widowed husband to Yaichi’s recently deceased twin brother, Ryōji. Yaichi’s daughter is Kana, who has a much better and open mind to homosexual relationships than her closed minded father. However, as the series progresses, Yaichi starts to understand how his prejudices are misconceived.


This seems like it will be a great show that is not directly making a joke about same sex relationships. This show is directly confronting homophobia in a country that is moving more and more towards marriage equality. Hopefully it will be a hit.


The 3 episode mini series will be produced by Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai, the Japan Broadcasting Corporation and air in March 2018. The show will star Ryuta Sato (Below Left) as Yaichi and Baruto Kaito (Below Right) as Mike. The Manga has been translated into English, so I am going to read all of these issues before and do a separate video on it before the TV series.


Oh the 80s. Most of the mainstream cartoons were extended toy commercials, but still, they were epic on many levels. This book touches on several different cartoon series from the 1980s. The details go into the background of the different series and sometimes the origin of certain other cartoon shows. Not all 80’s cartoons are spoken about, but many of the major series are presented. This book was published by Insight Editions and written by Andrew Farago.

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Look, ROBIN! Stop what you’re doing and look at this. YES! Dick Grayson’s first look as the original Boy Wonder, Robin in the upcoming Titans Live Action TV show has been revealed. I like it!!! I know they will eventually evolve his look to be Nightwing, so I am loving that they are starting with his Robin look first. What do you think of it?


Brenton Thwaites will be playing Batman’s original sidekick-turned-full-flesh superhero-leader. Titans is set to air on the upcoming DC direct digital service sometime in 2018. We do not know the rest of the team’s costumes, yet. So far we do know that Teagan Croft will be Raven, Anna Dior as Starfire, Lindsey Gort as officer Amy Rohrbach, Ryan Potter as Beast Boy, Alan Ritchson as Hawk, and Minka Kelly as Dove.