The early 90s were a booming time for comic book movies, and a time when Hollywood turned a bunch of superheroes no one had ever heard of, into movies that nearly no one wanted to see.
The success of the Superman meant that fans of superhero movies were NOT in for a treat, not really at all, at least until a bat came along,
Superhero movies were once a rare novelty. The battle to make a superhero movie that was taken seriously by Hollywood, was a feat in and of itself.
Could cell phones really change the world of the sitcom, Seinfeld? Do people who wish to throw in the technology of today even seem to understand the whole point of the show? All this, and more...possibly, in the latest M.Y.O.P.I.A.
There was once a simple time when 16-bits sounded so advanced and we all had to make a life altering choice between a Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis. Let me explain the circumstances of this good old-fashioned 90's rivalry.
Remember the time when Michael Jackson was cool, just cool, without all that negative baggage? Yes, this time really once did exist.
Who cares who the so-called "best" captain might be. If I were serving on a Star Trek ship, I'd prefer to survive the first time I was beamed down to an unexplored planet.
Do you like the idea of summer, but yet dread the heat, the bugs, the awkwardly high shorts on old people? If so, shut the blinds, crank up the AC, and embrace the idea of summer with these summer movie recommendations.
Thirty years too late, and only hypothetically, I stand up to my third-grade teacher for negatively dismissing the importance of The Legend of Zelda.
Are you a fan of magical realism, or any other sort of slightly absurd and surreal sort of writing? If you are, you’ll want to check out the Gateway Review. I just received my contributor copy of Volume 2, Issue 2 and I read through the whole mag. Let me just say, I am so happy to see a magazine...
The newest issue of Conclave has been available for a few weeks. You can pick up a copy in the link below. The issue looks great and I’m very happy to say I have a story published in it. My story is called “Utopia” and is obviously, about a Utopian place…but the real story is a look at how such...
I’m pleased to have new work published in Gold Man Review # 5. This is my first nonfiction essay that I’ve had published. The essay is about my later teenage years in studying martial arts. I still feel the lessons I learned training in Karate, and other fighting styles, apply to my life today. I hope anyone interested will check...