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“Q-Force” Shows LGBTQ+ Representation Still Has A Long Way To Go

When I saw the teaser trailer for Q-Force...I cringed. It was really bad. Like early 2000s mockbuster bad. It seemed less like an attempt to make a show with LGBTQ+ people are protagonists and more of an opportunity to be homophobic under the guise of “diversity and inclusivity.” I was ready to boycott it.  I… Continue reading “Q-Force” Shows LGBTQ+ Representation Still Has A Long Way To Go

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“The Mitchells Vs. The Machines” is breaking boundaries and expectations

I have been waiting ages for The Mitchells vs. The Machines to come out, so when I saw Netflix was doing a preview screening, I was all in.  And boy, was it worth it. This movie is definitely one of the best of the year. If it doesn’t win an Oscar, I’ll be severely disappointed.… Continue reading “The Mitchells Vs. The Machines” is breaking boundaries and expectations

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“Obsidian” elevates “Adventure Time’s” best couple

Obsidian” is a much better follow up to Adventure Time than “BMO.” The episode has its flaws, yes, but it also has clear themes, strong characterization, unambiguous themes about love and acceptance, and some truly bitching’ songs that I have been listening to over and over. I wasn’t originally planning on reviewing this episode, but… Continue reading “Obsidian” elevates “Adventure Time’s” best couple

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Kino’s Journey (2017) provides a beautiful world to escape into during these trying times

Kino’s Journey - The Beautiful World - The Animated Series  is the second anime adaptation based on the series of light novels of the same name.  I haven’t read it yet but it’s certainly something I am considering now. (There are 22 volumes and I’m not sure if there are more coming. It might take… Continue reading Kino’s Journey (2017) provides a beautiful world to escape into during these trying times

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The saga of the Crystal Gems concludes in “Steven Universe Future” but still leaves a lot unanswered

There’s a lot to say about Steven Universe Shippuden…. I’m sorry, Steven Universe Future. The sixth season/sequel series/whatever you want to call it follows Steven and the Gems two years after the series, and an undetermined amount of time later than the movie. It’s only 20 episodes long and since it’s supposed to tie up… Continue reading The saga of the Crystal Gems concludes in “Steven Universe Future” but still leaves a lot unanswered