Lightsaber battles are one of the most unique and iconic aspects of the Star Wars saga. Let’s revisit some of the best lightsaber duels in Star Wars history!
TV & Film
[Keywords] Call of the Night and Vibes
This season hasn’t been huge for anime, but it’s had its stand-outs. Still, I keep coming back to Call of the Night more than any others.
[Keywords] Digimon Kizuna and Aging Out
As Digimon Kizuna keeps hammering home, the series has always been first and foremost about people – people who can, and eventually must, part ways.
Ms. Marvel Episode 1: First Thoughts, Surprises, and Powers Change Explained
Let’s take a deep dive into the delightful first episode, and explore how Kamala and her powers translate to the screen.
Ms. Marvel on Disney+: Why Kamala Khan is the Fangirl Superhero the MCU Needs
With Ms. Marvel debuting on Disney+ this week, a whole new audience of MCU fans will be introduced to feisty teenage superhero Kamala...
Top 10 Coolest Dinosaurs in the Jurassic Park (& World) Movies
Out of 30+ different species, these are our picks for Top 10 coolest dinosaurs in Jurassic Park
[Keywords] Rescue Rangers and Formula
If I told you that a Danger Mouse movie was coming out next week, you’d probably be able to picture it already. There’s a bit of a song-and-dance to these nowadays, from the CGI recreation and audience-surrogate everyman to the stunt-casted villain.
But luckily, the Rescue Rangers dodged that particular bullet. Mostly.
[Keywords] Planetes and Anthology
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Science fiction thrives on the anthology format. Pick any of the “classics” from a hat – Star Trek, The Dandelion Girl, Asimov’s I, Robot – and it’s a better-than-even chance that the stories don’t take longer than fifty pages or forty-two minutes to tell. There’s a lot to be said for how a tight, focused episode can really drill down on a single idea.
And precious few series wield the strengths of both quite as well as Planetes.
Which Gundam Series Do I Start With?
en anything with a giant military-style robot or so much as the word “mecha” in it, chances are it owes something to Mobile Suit Gundam. But, like with any franchise with such a long history, it can look daunting to a newcomer.
[Keywords] Eighty-Six and Aesthetic
I did not enjoy Eighty-Six; being clubbed over the head just isn’t my idea of a great reading experience. That said, I’ve totally got a tie-in model kit sitting across the room from me right now.
“THE BATMAN” 101 – Who’s who?
A quick rundown of every confirmed characters appearing in the new movie and some of our recommended stories to read before (or after) seeing the new movie!
Spider-Man: No Way Home – Kinda Spoilery Review
Will Benson joins the Geek To Geek media team and writes about his thoughts on Spider-Man: No Way Home. The latest release from Sony Pictures and Marvel.