Preparing for a Reconnaissance Mission
Qi’ra sat in the cockpit of Night Shade, T-38 standing to her right and Top Lieutenant Nienye standing to her left. The female pilot, Solaar, was piloting the craft.
The blue streaks of hyperspace racing by suddenly lurched to pinpoints of light as the ship appeared out of lightspeed at their destination.
Much to her bodyguard’s surprise, they found themselves in the middle of an asteroid field. T-38 stepped forward, gazing at the floating rocks that were glittering in shimmering grey minerals and what looked like bits of snow.
“What is this place?” T-38 asked. Continue reading QI’RA: Chapter Sixteen →
Since the days of comics Marvel and DC Comics have warred over its material and many of the heroes tend to be very similar. Green Lantern and Captain Marvel are practically identical characters, there’s The Flash and Quicksilver, Batman is a rich and super smart vigilante and Iron Man is a rich and super smart superhero, oh the list could go on and on but you get the point.
Now, even the movies are very much alike. Batman vs. Superman is Captain America: Civil War, Suicide Squad is Guardians of the Galaxy, Justice League tried to be The Avengers, they even have the same director, and Shazam! is Spider-Man: Homecoming. That’s why I thought it perfect to compare these two films and determine which is better. Enjoy!
Continue reading ‘Shazam’ vs. ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’: Which movie wins? →
What a superhero film! Whoa. V for Vendetta is unlike anything I’ve ever seen before of this genre, led brilliantly by Natalie Portman as a young woman named Evey who meets him…V, perfectly portrayed by Hugo Weaving who delivers my favorite performance of his yet. Oh my goodness, wow!
If you’re wondering who exactly “V” is he’s basically Batman; a British vigilante who becomes a symbol to fight oppression. This film, part of DC Comics’ vast repertoire of stories and based on a graphic novel, feels so relevant now in our time when the world feels like it’s on the verge of flames.
Continue reading ‘V for Vendetta’: Way More Relevant Than ‘Joker’ →