The Last Airbender and Dragon Ball Evolution are two notorious examples of terrible adaptations of animated properties. Today, I’ll argue why Dragon Ball Evolution is the worst of the two.
At one point deemed unfilmable, I’d like to discuss why the 2009 movie adaptation of Watchmen was a solid adaptation
Filler is an old and controversial topic. However, not all filler is bad.
Adapting animated properties into live action will always have it’s ups and downs. Alita: Battle Angel is one of the few I would consider done well.
Watchmen is full of philosophical and moral observations. Today, I will be discussing why I think Ozymandias fits as an altruistic consequentialist with utilitarianism elements.
Rorschach and Nite Owl. Two Crimebusters who seem like total opposites, but somehow manage to make a partnership and friendship work.
DC Icons is a series of nonintersecting Elseworlds type YA novels centering around a DC character. In Breaking Silence, we get the story of Dinah Lance in a Gotham run by the Court of Owls.
Some books you love and some you hate. And then there are those that are considered guilty pleasures: books you don’t typically read, aren’t ‘perfect’, and/or ones that may not be super popular, but you still enjoy. For me, it’s Patricia Briggs’ Alpha and Omega series.
Everyone has their favorite actor/actress. One that I enjoy also happens to be a bit underrated.
Watchmen is meant to be a deconstruction of the superhero genre. While the characters are not meant to be considered heroic or without fault, there is one character who is certainly more honest and well intending than the others.