Well folks, it’s time. The Moon Knight trailer drops tomorrow night during Monday Night Football and I honestly couldn’t be more excited. Here’s the teaser.
Very, very cool. Ahead of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness this series feels like the perfect show to get us in the mood for something a bit darker.
I love the aesthetic of this show and I’m really digging the slightly scary atmosphere of this series. It’s already been rumored that this will be one of the most mature installments in the MCU which already sounds perfect considering that Moon Knight’s story is very mature. To water him down would be a bit unfortunate.
Hopefully, the trailer will announce that the series will be coming out sometime in March and not April. 🤞
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Okay, I’ve got to admit, I’ve been a bit spoiled because of the wealth of content Marvel Studios gave us last year. It began last January when we got WandaVision for eight weeks. Since then, it’s been a constant cycle of Marvel shows and movies and now…well, I’m really looking forward to Moon Knight.
The Book of Boba Fett‘s last episode premieres on February 9. That means we’ll most likely be getting Moon Knight in March, which also means we should be getting the trailer sooner rather than later.
I’m trying not to feel impatient but I’m just so excited for Moon Knight. This is a brand-new character that I have no idea about and yet from what I have learned he seems very, very cool. From the outfit to the wealth of intriguing baddies, this is a story that I want to see conceived on the small screen because I think Marvel Studios is about to give us one of the most interesting origin stories in the franchise.
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Last week’s episode had me really peeved and this week’s episode had me annoyed in some ways too but still…it did its thing. Was I expecting this show to be the flashback express? No, I wasn’t, but that’s what it’s become. Is this a good thing? Yes and no.
On one hand, it’s great because we get to spend more time with the Tusken Raiders who have undoubtedly stolen the show. I may not know the name of the female Raider but she has become one of my favorite female characters in the entire franchise. Her presence is just so awesome and if anything happens to her I’m going to be very upset.
And then on the other hand, the flashbacks are distracting as heck!
Two twin Hutts just showed up and I think we just saw Tarful! I want to get back to that. But no. Instead, we have to become aware of why Boba showed up in The Mandalorian looking all rad with a cool outfit and stick that he knew how to use very well. Ugh.
And is it just me or does there seem like there’s something awfully cheap about this show? I may have said this last week but it’s becoming more apparent with each episode.
Like the two humans in the bar. Their clothes looked…okay but they felt like two cosplayers instead of actual Star Wars characters. And that’s ultimately been the problem. The acting (and costumes) has felt so stunted that it just sucks me out of the story sometimes.
Oh, and we went to the Twi’lek bar last week. Did we really have to go back there so we could see the pretty Twi’leks again? It just felt repetitive and it makes the city feel small.
All in all, I’m still not even close to being a fan of this show but at least it was better than last week.
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For the first time, I am also ranking the shows I’ve watched this year considering that I’ve seen so many it feels right to do so. So, here goes nothing. Enjoy!
10. The Wheel of Time
This show really wasn’t very good at all. I came in halfway through after my sister had binge-watched the first four episodes and found it entertaining enough to intrigue me to check it out. Unfortunately, the second half of the show was the worst half and it was quite agitating if I’m being honest. But I did enjoy watching it with my sister. We laughed through most of it and yes, I was mostly watching it for the plot.
But on a more serious note, I don’t recommend this series, that’s for sure.
9. The Bad Batch
I wanted to love this show and at times it gave me plenty of things to enjoy but this series just felt lazily written more often than not. With convenient obstacles allowing predictable new stages of this show to take place, I was more exasperated than happy while watching this cartoon.
I don’t know what I was expecting but I wasn’t expecting to be bored. Unfortunately, I was.
Minor spoilers ahead!
The opening minutes of the episode were fantastic. Seeing a flash of Kamino got me giddy, the visualization of Boba Fett’s escape from the Sarlacc Pit was disgusting and absolutely everything I’ve ever wanted, and of course, I love seeing the Tusken Raiders. That, however, was the best part of the show for me. The rest was a snooze fest for me.