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‘Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur’ Is the Best Show on Disney+ Right Now

I like watching Marvel cartoons. For a second, I was hooked on the Avengers Assemble cartoon, specifically its fifth and final season which heavily featured Black Panther. Recently a new Marvel character has hit the stratosphere of Marvel excellence and because she’s become such a fan-favorite among avid comic readers she got her own series. And yes, I can confirm that this series is AMAZING!

It’s been a while since I’ve been this obsessed with anything animated. Well, since Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse came out in late 2018 and blew my socks off. Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, like Spider-Verse, is not just a great show because it features a Black superhero (but that is a nice perk), it’s a great story.

So far there are six episodes on Disney+ and every episode has made me laugh, smile, and most importantly, extremely happy. The songs are actually excellent (I’ve now got the theme song on my Spotify playlist), the characters are extremely likable, and the animation is done so well!

As you can probably tell, I’m really enthusiastic about this series and I absolutely cannot wait to see the next batch of episodes once they arrive on Disney+. For now, I can positively say that the show’s 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes is legitimate because this series truly is a marvel.

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

The Shocking Surprises and Inspiring Triumphs of ‘The Oscars’

Woo, The Oscars, wow. Last night was special for many reasons. There was history made, riveting, tear-inducing speeches, and there were a lot of surprises. When I finally went to bed I was thrilled with the evening’s turn of events. Every winner I felt deserved it to some degree and the joy that was so palpable for so many winners was infectious. So, on that note, let’s get to some of the most exhilarating moments of the evening.

History Is Made

It’s Black History Month and so these next two award winners I’m about to speak of is so fitting for the importance of this month. Ruth E. Carter was the first black woman to win an Oscar for Best Costume Design for critically-acclaimed Black Panther and she TOTALLY deserved it. The academy could’ve easily given the award to The Favourite for its elaborate 18th-century designs but we’ve already seen that before. We’ve never seen anything like Black Panther before and I’m just SO happy. And yeah, I’m liking your vibranium necklace ma’am. 🙂

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Want to Watch ‘Black Panther’ For Free This February?

In anticipation for the Oscars, movie theaters are gearing up to showcase the Oscar-nominated films for those who may have missed them or those who want to watch a certain movie again. On February 1-7, however, to celebrate Black History Month, people are given the chance to see Black Panther for free! at participating AMC theaters. Yes, completely free, and it’s totally legit.

Go to the link here: www.weticketit.com/blackpanther, and get your tickets. So, if you loved Black Panther and would love to reacquaintance yourself with the film or have never seen it and you want to see what all the fuss is about this is your perfect chance to.

I know I am! 🙂

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a fantastic day. Wakanda Forever!