February 2020

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #103

by Alan Rapp on February 26, 2020

in Comics

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #103 comic reviewTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #103 takes an unexpected hard right turn after foreshadowing the dangerous mutant weasels unleashed on Mutant Town. Although the trio do cause some havoc, they are revealed to be mostly-harmless kids.

Their impact on Mutant Town isn’t the damage they do. It’s their mere existence and the fact that Old Hob was selling them to the Foot that causes Sally Pride to take a stand with potentially serious consequences concerning the Mutanimals.

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Why Bonnie – Voice Box

by Alan Rapp on February 26, 2020

in Music News & Reviews

Here’s Why Bonnie with the official video for “Voice Box.”

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The Flash – Grodd Friended Me

by Alan Rapp on February 26, 2020

in Television Reviews 

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The Flash - Grodd Friended Me television review

The theme of “Grodd Friended Me” is letting go of the past and accepting change, whether you’re ready for it or not. After a post-Crisis check-in which suggest there are an unimaginable number of changes to the timeline such as Pied Piper (Andy Mientus) being a meta-criminal, an experiment goes awry leaving Barry (Grant Gustin) trapped in Grodd‘s (David Sobolov) mind. However, revenge isn’t what the super gorilla is after, instead a remorseful Grodd wants the Flash’s help to escape the mindscape prison A.R.G.U.S. has constructed for him before it crumbles under the weight of both minds. The combined force of Barry and Grodd merging their consciousness, resulting in one fast gorilla, is just what is needed for the pair to get past a familiar gatekeeper and return to the real world.

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Ana de Armas is a NET Positive

by Alan Rapp on February 26, 2020

in Books & Magazines

Ana de Armas - NET-A-PORTER (February 2020)

Knives Out star and Bond Girl Ana de Armas is the cover girl for the February issue of NET-A-PORTER.

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Hawkman #21

by Alan Rapp on February 26, 2020

in Comics

Hawkman #21 comic reviewAfter being exposed to the energy of the Dark Multiverse, Hawkman has become lost as the persona of Sky Tyrant (the Earth 3 equivalent of Hawkman) is now in control (although Carter Hall’s consciousness still exists) and apparently picking fights with giant Hawkpeople guarding dangerous power that should not be unleashed. Follow that?

Hawkman #21 features appearances by Hawkwoman, the Atom, and Adam Strange working on the problem of how to bring their version of Hawkman back to reality. However, most of the comic just deals with a deranged version of Hawkman fighting a giant version of Hawkman.

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