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An Unkindness of Ravens #3: Answers Give Way To New Questions

An Unkindness of Ravens #3: Answers Give Way To New Questions

An Unkindness of Ravens has stood out from BOOM! Studios recent wave of hit creator-owned series in a big way. In what sometimes feels like a sea of guaranteed hits by the least edgy, most mainstream, already-proven talent, An Unkindness of Ravens stands out as a unique and raw force of pure creativity. With a killer […]

I Walk With Monsters #1 Review: Looking For A Way In

I Walk With Monsters #1 Review: Looking For A Way In

I Walk With Monsters is about a young girl grappling with a traumatic past by traveling around the country with a man with monstrous abilities. Together, they seek out predators while on another, more pointed mission as well. Written by Paul Cornell, drawn by Sally Cantirino, colored by Dearbhla Kelly, and lettered by AndWorld Design, this is another interesting […]

Star Trek: Discovery That Hope Is You Part 2 Taps Self-Awareness

Star Trek: Discovery "That Hope Is You, Part 2" Taps Self-Awareness

The season three finale of CBS All Access' Star Trek: Discovery is about as satisfying as they come as far as resolutions go. It's also a new direction considering previous seasons ended in cliffhangers. This felt like it could be a happy ending er needed given the difficult times we're living in. It would also […]

Cobra Kai Season 3 King Cobra Review: Addition by Subtraction

Cobra Kai Season 3 "King Cobra" Review: Addition by Subtraction

In Cobra Kai's sixth episode of season three "King Cobra," John Kreese (Martin Kove) decided to mold the dojo more into his image by recruiting bigger and more physical specimens from Valley High to bolster his ranks. After all, Cobra Kai was originally his before his one-time prized student Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) revived at […]

Cobra Kai Season 3 Miyagi-Do Review: Daniel Becomes The Chozen One

Cobra Kai Season 3 "Miyagi-Do" Review: Daniel Becomes The Chozen One

We're at the midway point of the third season of Netflix's Cobra Kai and everything Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) thought he knew about his sensei Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita) is about to change. We also see someone reach their breaking point in the adolescent dojo war. As always, this is your minor spoilers warning for […]

Cobra Kai Season 3 The Right Path Review: Mr. LaRusso Goes to Japan

Cobra Kai Season 3 "The Right Path" Review: Mr. LaRusso Goes to Japan

As always with the reviews, this is your minor spoiler warning as I will reintroduce you to some old friends from previous The Karate Kid canon.[caption id="attachment_1311048" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cr TINA ROWDEN/NETFLIX © 2020[/caption]Daniel is currently on a pilgrimage to save his family auto-dealership by going to Tokyo making his pitch to Doyona Motors to[...]

The Watch: What the Books Spoof the TV Series Plays Straight

The Watch: What the Books Spoof, the TV Series Plays Straight

The Watch, BBC America's adaptation of Sir Terry Pratchett's City Watch novels, is decidedly not the novels. As a TV show, it's an interesting case of what TV demands that separates it from what books can do. Pratchett's books are part of his wide-ranging and epic "Discworld" series and the extended universe. They were a […]

Cobra Kai Season 3 Now Youre Gonna Pay Review: Daniel at Crossroads

Cobra Kai Season 3 "Now You're Gonna Pay" Review: Daniel at Crossroads

In the third episode of Cobra Kai season three, Miguel (Xolo Maridueña) attempts to tackle a battle against an opponent with no visible weakness, the US healthcare system. Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) also faces a battle on two fronts that puts his two passions at risk potentially crippling his livelihood. This is your minor spoiler […]

Cobra Kai: Trixie Mattel Katya Would Train in Karate Kid Series Dojo

Cobra Kai: Trixie Mattel, Katya Would Train in Karate Kid Series' Dojo

"I should have learned karate. Drag is so stupid and this is so cool." – Trixie Mattel, 2021. Who would have guessed that Katya's dad is a legit karate master, and she herself made it all the way to achieving her brown belt? And then there's Trixie Mattel… who would snap someone's neck if they […]

Headspace Guide to Meditation Offers Much-Needed Clarity: Review

Headspace Guide to Meditation Offers Much-Needed Clarity: Review

The prospects of a new year can be daunting, to say the least. The combination of the drive towards bettering yourself with the pressures of the outside world to do the most can all be too much sometimes. Netflix has taken a step towards recognizing an outlet of clarity and peace for viewers by adding […]

RuPauls Drag Race Season 13 Episode 1: The Pork Chop Review

RuPaul's Drag Race Season 13, Episode 1: The Pork Chop Review

Okay, so there are spoilers, but come on - what did you expect when you clicked on this article? First things first, if you watch the Drag Race Pit Stop series on YouTube, the show where former Drag Race winners and contestants review the episode, you already know that Trixie Mattel has replaced Bob The[...]

Two Weeks to Live Review: Maisie Williams Series Too Weak to Work

Two Weeks to Live Review: Maisie Williams Series Too Weak to Work

Two Weeks to Live is Maisie Williams' first new major TV series after the end of Game of Thrones. It's a comedy-thriller about a girl duped into thinking the world is ending, so she sets out to kill her father's murderer and sets off a chain of unpleasant events. It's not very good. Williams plays […]

Cobra Kai Season 3 Nature vs. Nurture Review: Chasing Loyalty

Cobra Kai Season 3 "Nature vs. Nurture" Review: Chasing Loyalty

The second episode of Netflix's Cobra Kai Season 3 picks up right after the events of the first episode. Titled "Nature vs. Nurture", we have two main arcs. The first involves the two main sensei and the other involves a student of Cobra Kai. Okay, so moving forward I'm throwing on the "MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD!" […]

Cobra Kai Season 3 Aftermath: Johnny &#038 Daniel Pick Up the Pieces

Cobra Kai Season 3 "Aftermath": Johnny & Daniel Pick Up the Pieces

If there was a song that perfectly encapsulated the season three premiere of Netflix's "Karate Kid" sequel series Cobra Kai called "Aftermath", it would be the Simon and Garfunkel song "The Sound of Silence". It turned out the school-wide brawl that closed season two had far-wide ranging implications than ever imagined including a Footloose-like turning […]

Star Trek: Discovery There Is A Tide: Yippee Ki Yay Michael Burnham

Star Trek: Discovery "There Is A Tide": Yippee Ki Yay, Michael Burnham

Given the timing, it feels like the latest episode of CBS All Access' Star Trek: Discovery in "There is a Tide…" should have taken place during Christmas with the overly blatant reference to Die Hard. This is the second part of at least a three-part arc where the U.S.S. Discovery was just hijacked by Osyraa […]

#2 The Umbrella Academy &#8211 Netflix: Bleeding Cool TV Top 10 of 2020

#2 The Umbrella Academy – Netflix: Bleeding Cool TV Top 10 of 2020

Welcome back to Bleeding Cool TV's Top 10 of 2020, as our look back at the best and brightest in broadcast, cable, streaming, and online television this year nears its end as we look at the series that took the #2 spot. This year, continue to recognize the extent to which Television stepped up in […]

Frank at Home On The Farm #1 Review: Eyes Watching From The Bleed

Frank at Home On The Farm #1 Review: Eyes Watching From The Bleed

Frank At Home On The Farm #1, a new psychological thriller from Scout Comics, follows the eponymous character as he returns home from war to a surprisingly empty home. The issue begins with Frank trying to gather information on what may have happened to his missing family and gets stranger from there. Writer Jordan Thomas, who originally […]

The Recount #1 Review: A Thriller Paced to the Rhythm of Gunfire

The Recount #1 Review: A Thriller Paced to the Rhythm of Gunfire

The Recount #1 from Scout Comics feels like The Purge meets modern American politics. It is written by Jonathan Hedrick, drawn by Gabriel Ibarra Nunez, colored by Sunil Ghagre, and lettered by Cristian Docolomansky. This is quite the daring debut, as even typing this concept up on your computer seems like something that'll get a knock on your door. Let's […]

Star Trek: Discovery SuKal Review: The Fellowship of the Burn

Star Trek: Discovery "Su'Kal" Review: The Fellowship of the Burn

On the latest Star Trek: Discovery, the crew thinks they found the final piece of the puzzle plaguing them all season, the origin of the Burn. The 32nd-century phenomenon is described as the disaster in which warp drive was rendered inert due to the mass destabilization of dilithium throughout the galaxy decimating the majority of […]

Home Sick Pilots #1 Review: Unique In Style Short on Character

Home Sick Pilots #1 Review: Unique In Style, Short on Character

Home Sick Pilots #1 is the start of a stylish haunted house story by writer Dan Watters, artist Caspar Wijngaard, and letterer Aditya Bidikar. As one of the most unique-looking books on the shelves, this new offering from Image Comics seems guaranteed to catch many curious eyes. But will the story be able to hold their interest? Home […]