Predicting The Future Moves of WWE’s Released Talent (June 2021)

It's hard to make sense of what transpired a couple of days ago. Six wrestlers were released from their WWE contracts on June 2nd and while the WWE themselves have said that it's due to budget cuts, it's hard to believe them. With relatively new and lucrative deals inked for TV rights, Saudi Arabia live … Continue reading Predicting The Future Moves of WWE’s Released Talent (June 2021)

Trailer Breakdowns: Shang-Chi & Venom 2

In an effort to try and diversify my blog a little more, I'll start writing entries centered around my hobbies more but as much as possible with some unique twists to them. I'd also been slacking off on the fiction writing front and I guess personally, this marks as a way to make amends for … Continue reading Trailer Breakdowns: Shang-Chi & Venom 2

5 Epic Matches For Triple H’s Potential Farewell Tour

It goes without saying that Triple H - full ring name Hunter Hearst Helmsley - is an icon in the wrestling business. While he did not get the same level of stratospheric success as his peers, he is nonetheless considered as a pillar of the sport. Say what you want about how he used to … Continue reading 5 Epic Matches For Triple H’s Potential Farewell Tour

What The Passing of Berserk’s Author Taught Me About Life

It's a well-known fact that Berserk is one of the most influential manga in history. It also paved the way for the anime that was loved by a multitude of people. It most likely ranks high up in many people's lists of all-time favorites. Its blend of intricately detailed fantasy and gruesome violence paved the … Continue reading What The Passing of Berserk’s Author Taught Me About Life

REVIEW: Over The Moon (2020)

The world of animation has always been filled to the brim with colorful characters and captivating stories. We've had juggernauts such as Disney and DreamWorks dominate the Western landscape for a long time now, and seeking to change that, Netflix tossed their name into the hat fairly recently. The streaming service has made an aggressive … Continue reading REVIEW: Over The Moon (2020)

First Impressions: Marvel Super War (& MOBA Games)

I have always had a complicated relationship with multiplayer online battle arenas. These are called MOBAs for short. Being from the Philippines, this genre had always been ingrained in the culture of the nation's gaming youth. It's not just all the rage, though. It's practically the lifeblood at this point. Where I'm from, it was … Continue reading First Impressions: Marvel Super War (& MOBA Games)

REVIEW: Justice League vs. The Fatal Five (2019)

For all the uncertainty and the fluctuating degree of quality involved when it comes to DC's live-action properties, their animated efforts have generally been better. The DC Animated Universe was formed in the '90s and was a force to be reckoned with, giving us gems such as Batman: The Animated Series and Justice League. Affectionally … Continue reading REVIEW: Justice League vs. The Fatal Five (2019)

A Look At “Future State” and the State of DC’s Future

A bombshell of an announcement was dropped unexpectedly on the comic book front today, as a new initiative called Future State was slated for January and February next year. While big, world-shattering events that lead to the changing of the status quo are nothing new to comics, DC's newest endeavor is actually brings some freshness … Continue reading A Look At “Future State” and the State of DC’s Future