It’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas gifts, and if you’ve got a Harry Potter fan in your home who also loves stationary, then I’d highly consider you buy them the Harry Potter:Deluxe Stationary Set from Insight Editions. Continue reading Review: Harry Potter: Gryffindor Deluxe Stationary Set
Written by: Mark Waid
Art by : Fiona Staples
Synopsis: Change is coming to Riverdale in this can’t-miss kick-off to Archie’s new ongoing series! Familiar faces return in new and unexpected ways in this must-have #1 issue! As the new school year approaches, you’d think Archie Andrews would be looking forward to classes and fun—but nothing is as it seems in the little town of Riverdale. But is this a one-off or a sign of bigger changes awaiting for America’s favorite teens—and the entire town? Find out in this exciting and remarkable first issue! Continue reading Comic Book Review: “Archie #1”
The ESPYs happened Wednesday night, and I tuned in. I came expecting just an awards show, and I did get a little irritated at who won what when it came to honoring the year’s best performances and athletes. But I left with tons of emotions after hearing the heartwrenching stories of those who have faced and are facing intense struggle. Continue reading The ESPYs Recap: Caitlyn Jenner, Devon Still Among Best Moments
The Prancing Elites Project, Oxygen’s latest show, is a show that hit all of the heartstrings. It succeeds in making me simultaneously disappointed and inspired by the human race.
That’s a tough beginning to an article, right? Well, let’s get into the recap and you can see what I’m talking about. Continue reading “The Prancing Elites Project” review: Episode 1
Synopsis (NBC): “The Slap” is an eight-episode miniseries based on the book by Christos Tsiolkas and Australian television series (“The Slap”) produced by Matchbox Pictures. Continue reading TV Review: “The Slap”
Synopsis (Fox): EMPIRE is a sexy and powerful new drama about the head of a music empire whose three sons and ex-wife all battle for his throne.
My opinions: Consider me a fan of Empire. To be honest, I was already sold from the moment I heard it was a show starring Taraji P. Henson, Terrence Howard, and had the soapiness of Dynasty. Just like with Agent Carter, my expectations were exceeded when I finally watched the premiere episode. There’s a reason why it was the highest-rated drama Fox has had in years.
During October, I reviewed The Book of Life on COLOR’s Tumblr page. In case you didn’t see it before, here’s the reprint.
Earlier in the Fall 2014 television season, I wrote about Jane the Virgin, but since I started my new site, I thought it pertinent to republish my initial thoughts on this fun CW show based on the popular telenovela Juana la Virgen.