Entries by Emmanuel Peredo

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Gotham: It ain’t exactly Good

God, I wanted Gotham to be good. I wanted Gotham to be great and in many cases it is, but unfortunately, it’s not the best thing on TV right now. The thing about Gotham is that it’s supposed to be about a prequel. It’s the place where Arkham, The Joker, Riddler, Hush, Scarecrow, and everyone […]

Country Boy ethics with too much vague rhetoric. Plus video games, rap, rock, and films.
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Weekly Comic Round-Up: Hawkeye

You know what sucks about being an Avenger? The only time when being an Avenger, a hero of goodness and Ass Kickery, sucks? It’s when you’re the one who slings a bow and arrow around his back and has no super powers. Oh it well and truly sucks a nut being Hawkeye. But there are […]

Country Boy ethics with too much vague rhetoric. Plus video games, rap, rock, and films.
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Weekly Comic Round-Up: Ms. Marvel

Dark comics are fun to read and number in the hundreds. Bedlam freaks you out by dragging you through a city of serial killers. Preacher makes the argument that if there was a God, he can be callous, narcissistic, and maybe even sociopathic. Southern Bastards tells a personal story filled with country side violence. However, […]

Country Boy ethics with too much vague rhetoric. Plus video games, rap, rock, and films.
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GamerGate: My One Thing Against Video Games

I love every piece of video gaming I’ve ever encountered. From sweeping epics about dragons and adventure, to polygonal and personal stories wrapped in platform jumping, I have loved every game I’ve ever bought. But I’ve seen the worst of what my love has brought, and I hate it. The label ‘Gamer’ has been exclusive […]

Country Boy ethics with too much vague rhetoric. Plus video games, rap, rock, and films.
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I think I’m thinking too much reviews: Guardians of the Galaxy (A Review)

It’s very hard not to fall in love with The Guardians of the Galaxy. It’s got a great lineup of very talented actors, a plot which doesn’t take itself too seriously, and enough balls to make fun of what superhero films stand for. Not to mention a mix tape that hit the number 1 slot […]

Country Boy ethics with too much vague rhetoric. Plus video games, rap, rock, and films.
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Weekly Comic Roundup: Comics that need a little more Spotlight

There are a lot of comics out there getting a ton of attention because of their movie counterparts. Okay, okay, maybe it’s mostly Marvel getting new fans because of their successful string of awesome flicks (looking at you Guardians), but because of that, other titles get left by the wayside. So I figured; since people […]

Country Boy ethics with too much vague rhetoric. Plus video games, rap, rock, and films.
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In the Flesh: Whooping the Walking Dead’s Rotting Bum (A Review)

In the Flesh opens like any other standard zombie fare would. A young woman rolls around on a shopping cart, gleefully collecting supplies. She’s having a conversation through a walkie talkie, and that provides enough distraction for the undead to get the drop on her. What ensues is a bloody scene, where one would assume […]

Country Boy ethics with too much vague rhetoric. Plus video games, rap, rock, and films.
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Snowpiercer: Killing Your Soul One Train Car At A Time (A Review)

There’s not a lot to be said about this film that hasn’t already been blasted by other more established sources. It’s the pet project of Joon Ho Bong, and numerous prominent western actors but that’s not what made this film so good. Themes are important when it comes to films, and Snowpiercer’s absolutely filled with philosophical […]

Country Boy ethics with too much vague rhetoric. Plus video games, rap, rock, and films.