Tag Archives: Lyndsey Beatty

Strip Talk #38: We’d prefer MK lost its focus on guest characters

I, like most decent, red-blooded Americans, love video games and comic books. I mean, that should be obvious by now. Also, what should be obvious is that I love Mortal Kombat. The vehicle you’re reading this sentence in has been … Continue reading

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Strip Talk #37: No equal for Henry Cavill as Superman

Old folks usually say you don’t miss someone until they’re gone. Henry Cavill hasn’t been Superman for a number of years and was ousted from the role approximately five minutes ago and I miss him. You know, if there were … Continue reading

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Anime Lounge: Ruroni Kenshin Ep. 1-12

Series: Ruroni Kenshin Episodes: 1-12 Premise: A mysterious samurai assassin – the Hitokiri Battousai – stumbles into the dojo of Kaoru Kamiya as a wandering swordsman in need of a place to stay. He defeats another swordsman claiming to be … Continue reading

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Strip Talk #36: Marvel burnout has finally arrived

Welp, that time I dreaded way back when has finally come: I’m tired of Marvel stuff being released. There, I said it. Dear readers, you all know how much of a fan I am of all things Marvel. I mean, … Continue reading

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Strip Talk #35: Firings, new hires at root of DC’s bad plans

You know how you buy something and immediately have buyer’s remorse? Yeah, it’s beginning to look a lot like that over in WB land. It never fails that just when we praise WB/DC for getting it together, they immediately turn … Continue reading

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Anime Lounge: My Hero Academia Season 2

Series: My Hero Academia Episodes: Season 2: 14 – 25 Premise: A young boy, Izuku Midoriya, from Japan lives in a world where at least 80 percent of society is born with some type of extra special ability, called quirks. … Continue reading

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Strip Talk #34: Let us heartily pontificate on WB’s implosion

Whew, where do we begin in the whirlwind downfall of DC in the past several months? Just as we heaved a collective sigh of relief at the Justice League Snyder Cut being … better … than its theatrical release, out … Continue reading

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Anime Lounge #24: Street Fighter II V

Series: Street Fighter II V Episodes: 1-29 Premise: Ryu and Ken are teenage martial artists looking for strong challenges in the world of Street Fighter. Along the way, they meet up with other characters from the fighting game series such … Continue reading

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Anime Lounge #23: Avatar: The Last Airbender Book 1

Series: Avatar: The Last Airbender Episodes: 1 to 20 Premise: The Avatar, a being who can channel the four elements – air, water, earth and fire – is missing, and the Fire Nation is dominating the world in their absence. … Continue reading

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Strip Talk #33: Marvel vs. Capcom 2 still irritating after 22 years

Y’all, I swear that I love Marvel. If I could spend the rest of my life researching Marvel, I would do it. If they offered a doctoral program, I would be the first to sign up and spend hard-earned money … Continue reading

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