ABC’s new promo for Season Four of Once Upon a Time makes it’s debut Monday night, but you can catch a first look right here.
The third installment in the Expendables film franchise has an amazing cast full of iconic actions stars, but fails to impress with its rehash of a story that has already been told.
Last piece of the week. I hope everyone has plans for a wonderful weekend. Side note, this weekend is my birthday. I am turning 23 this weekend. I had plans but I just got my job back – was suspended due to a disagreeable secret shopper – but now that’s done and I can only bounce back from it. And I am. I’m happy and energetic, a little hungry, but overall, I’m a happy panda and I still get my Saturday off even know my birthday is on Sunday. I’ll take it. Anyway, to conclude this week’s comic books reviews I have Marvels Inhuman #3 where Queen Medusa takes charge and the final Star Wars issue by Dark Horse Star Wars #20.
The final short story I had the pleasure of writing before my Leave of Absence from Emerson College. The story follows a marriage couple who find out they are unable to have children.
So this is another short story that I wrote or my creative writing class, again Freshman year. I was really inspired by the music video Beautiful Hangover by Big Bang. This was right when I got into Kpop, courtesy of my delightful roommates. I remember telling them I had no idea what I wanted to write about for my second short story and well joking one of them said, because this video was on, to write about this. And I did. It was a lot of fun to write this story and share it with my classmates. I’m overall very pleased with the outcome of the story. Hope you enjoy!
Better late than never. Hey there avid readers! Happy Hump Day! Does that sound weird to anyone else or is just me? Well anyway, here’s part two of this weeks’ latest comic book reviews. First up is Batman and Robin #34, where Bruce finally embarks to Apokolips to save his son. Following that is Teen Titans (2014 – ) #2 where the humor continues and the team figures out where they are needed most. And finally we have Worlds’ Finest #26. Helena and Karen have finally made it back to Earth-2 and the world is less pleasant than they remember causing tension between the sister-like characters.
During my freshman year at college I was asked to write a short story for my Creative Writing. This was the final draft. Not the one I initially presented in the class but one that has been edited – I hope – and one I really enjoyed writing because I love subtly in writing and this is the story I experimented that with.
A new 21-minute trailer gives viewers and fans a deeper insight into the new fall show Gotham, a prequel series of Batman and the villains he fights.
Wanted delivers thrill after thrill and that is not an understatement. Sara Shepard does it again in her eight installment of the series, keeping the story fresh and alive with curve ball after curve ball and amazing character development.
The Arrow TV show has added a new villain to its cast or its upcoming third season. He’s new and just as deadly as Merlyn.
Check out one of my earlier short stories that served as the inspiration for my upcoming novel ‘Blood Hunger’, now available on the Kindle and Nook and on Pre-Order status at NiaDraginBooks.com
Happy Monday readers! Best way to start a week is to have a smile on your face. I’m aware at how cheesy that is by my life has gotten quite complicated so I’m just trying to keep up my sunny disposition. But you’re not here to read about that. No, you are here to read some comic reviews! First up is the final Superboy issue, Superboy #34 followed by Superman/Wonder Woman #11, the second chapter in the final Superman Doomed story arc featuring the Deathstar.
A fun filled action film that really builds on the legacy of the Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles without tarnishing it.
Happy Friday readers! I hope you all have had a very fun week and have plans for a very fun weekend. To conclude this week’s comic reviews I bring you Earth 2 #26 where Superman is finally revealed or what he is – a fraud – and Action Comics #34 where the Last Sun story arc ends and the battle between Brianiac and Superman begins again.
‘Blind’ is a standalone novel that lives within the realm of contemporary fiction in the young adult genre and stands on a first person narrative.
Hey there readers! Super-Critic (still working on name) is here to bring to you her latest review in the DC Comic book realm. Today we have Action Comics Annual #3 that had a lot of misprints and errors but still had a strong story.