A Celebration of my Favorite Female Superhero

It’s Juneteenth and to celebrate this incredible day in American history here’s a look at my favorite female superhero via fan art; Storm. Enjoy!

Storm by Jen Bartel

This is awesome, pure, and simple. I love the rings. I love the rock and roll look. Clearly, Storm is incredible in every decade.

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‘Die Hard With a Vengeance’ Is Surprisingly Entertaining!

I love Die Hard. It’s an amazing action film, one of the best of all time. Since the iconic movie made its debut in 1988 there have been four other movies made over the last three decades since. I never felt interested in watching the sequels because I thought they would essentially be garbage. So imagine my surprise when I happened upon Die Hard With a Vengeance rather early into the film and found myself lost for two hours in an action flick that is one of the best I’ve ever seen.

I’m talking nonstop action that never seemed to end. I was utterly riveted and blown away by the storyline that kept yanking me every which way. If you’ve never seen Die Hard With a Vengeance I implore you to do so. It is a top-notch action film with that witty banter that helped make Die Hard so wonderful still present, thankfully.

And Samuel L. Jackson did SUCH a great job in this movie. Undoubtedly, it’s one of my favorite roles of his.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a beautiful day.

Throwback Friday: Heimdall Is The Unsung Hero of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

I still haven’t gotten over the fact that Avengers: Infinity War was such an amazing movie. After my most recent viewing, I realized something that was rather obvious but I didn’t think of until now. If it weren’t for Heimdall sending Hulk to Doctor Strange things would’ve been a LOT worse.


Tony Stark would’ve been hanging out with Pepper completely oblivious to the fact that Thanos would be arriving to end life as he knew it.


Bruce Banner wouldn’t have called Captain America which means Cap, Black Widow, and Falcon wouldn’t have saved Vision and Wanda from Thanos’s minions. Wanda Maximoff would’ve probably been killed and Vision’s stone would’ve been taken then.


And Doctor Strange would’ve still been captured by The Maw but he wouldn’t have had Iron Man and Spider-Man to rescue him which means…well, it wouldn’t have been pretty.

All in all, if you think Avengers: Infinity War is depressing without Heimdall’s aid at the beginning of the movie things could’ve been a LOT worse.

I thank you for reading my simple observation and I hope you have a great day.