There was certainly a lot wrong about Batman v. Superman – the plot, introduction of characters, the climax. The one thing that was in no way wrong (okay, maybe a few tiny exceptions) though was Wonder Woman. This introduction of the character said immediately that she was badass, didn’t care about anybody’s preconceived ideas, and she had been fighting for a long time to protect those she loved. She was Diana, princess of Themyscara. Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Wonder Woman!
With Black Panther, Marvel delivers one of its most cohesive, plot-driven origin stories yet. Filled with an unforgettable cast, this film will have you immersed in the magical, technology-driven world of Wakanda. Continue reading Gotham Gal West Coast – Unspoiled Panther
I’m not into comedy television much, at least not the typical sitcoms. So when a friend suggested I might want to try The Good Place, staring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson, it took me a little while before I got to it. In fact, it wasn’t until a couple months after the first season ended that I finally gave it a try. And then I ended up binging the entire season over a weekend. Continue reading She Geek Critique – The Good and The Bad
Life’s tough out there for an imaginary friend. It’s so scary out there even imagination can’t be trusted. At least, that’s what the world looks like in Syfy’s Happy. Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Life is Tough Even When You’re Imaginary
Perhaps it’s because I grew up watching Twilight Zone, Tales from the Darkside, Outer Limits and others that I enjoy watching anthology shows. You know the ones, the series that have overarching themes or ideas behind them, but every episode is a self-contained story. There are some that have loose connections, like a character that pops up a few times or a similar setting, but they are all still separate tales that can be watched in pretty much any order. Continue reading She Geek Critique – Story After Story