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    Interview: Erik Blicker & Glenn Schloss of Flavorlab

    Erik Blicker & Glenn Schloss are the founders of Flavorlab, an award-winning audio production company that composes, records, mixes and masters music and sound for the biggest brands in the world. Flavorlab’s recent project, Turning the Tables with Robin Roberts for Disney+, allows viewers to get personal with Robin Roberts and some of Hollywood’s groundbreaking […] More

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    From Let It Be to The Beatles: Get Back

    More than fifty years after their breakup, The Beatles can still entice and enthrall. Peter Jackson’s new documentary project, a minor miracle of restorative editing, proves just that, presenting the foursome in a new, full light, with a richness of detail literally never seen before. His three-part series The Beatles: Get Back resuscitates the vexed […] More

  • The cast of the Star Wars: Visions episode 'The Duel.' From left to right we see, the young village chief, Ronin (our protagonist) and his astromech companion, the innkeeper, and his power droid.

    How Star Wars: Visions Brings the Franchise Full Circle

    When A New Hope released in 1977, its explosive success shocked studios and even Lucas himself. Its sparse 43 theatre release would reverberate through and redefine both the science fiction genre and the nature of blockbusters as a whole. The film blended familiar American staples like sci-fi serials and spaghetti westerns with pivotal Japanese cinema. […] More

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    How The Bad Batch Illustrates Disney’s Mishandling of Star Wars

    After countless rescue missions, The Bad Batch can’t save Disney from their redundant writing. Adding another mantlepiece to Star Wars’ wall of disappointment, The Bad Batch is precisely why causal fans can’t get into the cartoon shows. The similarities in The Bad Batch’s writing to Rebels, The Mandalorian, and the sequel trilogy are even worse than the bulk of […] More

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    What If…? S1E2: “What if T’Challa Became a Star Lord?”— A Love Letter to Chadwick Boseman

    What If…?  S1E2 “What if T’Challa Became a Star Lord?” picks up steam from Episode 1. Whereas that plot was a fairly straightforward switch of Peggy Carter into the role played by Steve Rogers in Captain America: The First Avenger, S1E2 makes the ripple effects of the character switch go much deeper. T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) […] More

  • Loki (right) extends his hand to Sylvie (left) as they stand in front of a fireplace, about to fight.

    The Loki Season Finale Brings the Madness

    Poor Loki. After six episodes of fan theories and anticipation, the Loki season finale (“For All Time. Always.”) shifted viewers from fantasy character study into full-blown Marvel madness.  As always, the performances were stellar. While there’s been some debate as to whether or not Loki’s character was diluted for this show (we’ll talk more on […] More

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    Loki S1E5 “Journey into Mystery” and the Marvel Multiverse

    The fifth episode of Marvel’s third Disney+ series wraps up many of Loki’s character arcs and prepares us for the crazy new MCU content we’re going to get in the finale. To start: it appears that Loki and Sylvie’s titular Nexus Event from S1E4 was not just a potential romantic connection, but their choice to […] More

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    Someone Good: Loki S1E4 “The Nexus Event”

    Loki S1E4 “The Nexus Event” hit us with a million different whacks to the head from every direction. (There’s a reason this article is coming out two days post-airing.) The completion of Loki’s first character arc, Marvel’s meta-examination of villainy, commentary on religious extremism or bureaucracy, Sylvie’s backstory, how the Timekeepers connect to the greater […] More

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    Loki Is Bi! (and Other Things) in Loki S1E3 (“Lamentis”)

    We have come to a glorious, glorious point where Loki consists solely of brilliant character work set against a backdrop of comic book easter eggs, goofy sci-fi junk, and underhanded social commentary. I love it dearly. Loki S1E3 (“Lamentis”) has dropped us at the end of the world—or, rather, someone else’s. At the end of […] More

  • Loki laughs during his trial wearing a prison jumpsuit and a shock collar.

    Loki S1E1: Loki Fans Get a Win in “Glorious Purpose”

    “You weren’t born to be king, Loki. You were born to cause pain and suffering and death.” Us Loki fans really knew what we were doing in 2012. Loki is Marvel’s third TV series on Disney+, following the surprise hit WandaVision and major MCU tie-in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. This next show follows […] More

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