Set in an Asiatic-like world, in which lives certain humans who can manipulate one of the four elements - Earth, Fire, Water, and Air - using telekinetic abilities known as "bending", with these gifted beings themselves being known as "benders". With each generation, there has always been one individual amongst them who is the only being able to manipulate and master all four elements, known as The Avatar, the one who will bring balance to the world and fight for peace amongst the four nations of the world.
The concept of a hero who can defeat any foe with one singular punch seems like someone was just trying to make an overpowered hero with zero chance of character progression. It may seem like you'd get bored with every foe being ended with one punch, but in all honesty...it's a lot of fun to watch as the series goes on, because the hero himself gets tired of being so strong and unbeatable.
With the success of Zack Snyder's long awaited cut of Justice League being released, Snyder fans were all waiting to see what else Zack could bring from the world of film, so when Army of the Dead finally had a trailer drop, it's safe to say the film pretty much sold itself to the ever expanding Snyder fan base alone.
Tanjiro Kamado is a young teenage boy who shows nothing but kindness to anyone and everyone he meets. For years he has lived a happy life with his widowed mother, three young brothers and two younger sisters, but all of that changed when Tanjiro returns home one morning to find his family murdered by a demon. Everyone, except for his sister Nezuko is slaughtered, but Nezuko alone is instead transformed from a human into a demon.
Netflix's Marvel shows started a shared universe, though they have all been short lived despite at least one of them being almost completely successful. It all started with Daredevil season one, as Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson start their journey as lawyers in Hell's Kitchen, New York. Mere hours after obtaining an office, the long... Continue Reading →
The time has finally come for us UK fans to enjoy DC's newest live-action tv series; DC's Titans! As of writing this (January 11th, 2019) the UK can now watch the show on Netflix, and so of course I'll be binging the entire season, with a review on the entire show as a whole because... Continue Reading →