February 2019

Hope Beel is one Fit Gurl

by Alan Rapp on February 28, 2019

in Books & Magazines

Hope Beel - Fitness Gurls (February 2019

Hope Beel is the cover girl for the February issue of Fitness Gurls. You can find her pics, and a behind-the-scenes-video inside.

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  • Song: “Think About You”
  • Artist: Kygo

Here’s Kygo with the official video for “Think About You” featuring Valerie Broussard.

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Bull – Forfeiture

by Alan Rapp on February 27, 2019

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Bull – Forfeiture
  • IMDb: link

Bull - Forfeiture television review

Tensions run high as Chunk (Chris Jackson) takes on his first case in defending a young man (Astro) facing up to a decade in prison for selling knock-offs out of the back of his grandfather’s (Ben Vereen) barbershop while Benny (Freddy Rodríguez) represents the grandfather whose shop has been seized by the FBI. Despite the counsel offered by Bull (Michael Weatherly) and Benny, Chunk takes a risky defensive strategy admitting his client’s guilt but only because the FBI entrapped him into committing a crime he would not have sought out on his own. With two cases and lawyers not on the same page, “Forfeiture” provides a solid episode fueled by Chunk’s passion and indignation at what was done to his client in the name of justice (something he proves more than capable of helping the jury see as well). Vareen steals a few minutes as well including the grandfather’s testimony on the stand for his grandson while ignoring what possible damage it might mean to his own case.

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Uncanny X-Men #12

by Alan Rapp on February 27, 2019

in Comics

Uncanny X-Men #12 comic reviewThe X-Men are gone. Long live the X-Men. It doesn’t take Cyclops and Wolverine long to put together the core of a new team as Scott follows Logan’s plan to break into a O.N.E. government facility and extract the mutants being held prisoner and experimented on (including being used to power a new form of Sentinel).

Uncanny X-Men #12 provides some solid action and some humor between the comic’s two lead characters as any grudges between Cyclops and Wolverine appear to have been forgotten (or at least forgiven) given the current state of things. While O.N.E. isn’t presented as much of a threat here, they do provide an enemy to fight and hold friends to be rescued.

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The Wild Storm #20

by Alan Rapp on February 27, 2019

in Comics

The Wild Storm #20 comic reviewWhere many of the previous issues of The Wild Storm have been focused on introducing a large assortment of characters and lining up various storylines, The Wild Storm #20 has one clear objective: to show off the badassery of Apollo and Midnighter. It’s extremely successful.

Most of the comic is geared to Skywatch hitting a small town with their ground troops and flying saucers only to be met with far more resistance than they expected by two unwelcome guests. The result is a relatively easy win for the pair and a black eye for Henry Bendix.

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