Street Hawk – Pilot

by Alan Rapp on June 25, 2019

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Street Hawk – Pilot
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Street Hawk - Pilot television review

Throwback Tuesday takes us back in time to when a motorcycle cop turned vigilante helped keep the streets of Los Angeles safe on an experimental bike known as Street Hawk. Created by those who apparently thought Knight Rider and Airwolf were too realistic, Street Hawk introduces us to motorcycle cop Jesse Mach (Rex Smith) who is injured, and whose partner (Robert Beltran) is killed, in the “Pilot.” Reassigned to desk duty as part of the Police Deartment’s public relations office, Mach is also secretly recruited for a top secret project by the Norman Tuttle (Joe Regalbuto) to test-drive his experimental motorcycle known as Street Hawk. The reckless Mach is far from Tuttle’s first choice, and Mach takes some convincing to agree to the project (experimental surgery to repair his damaged knee is certainly a selling point), but by the end of the show’s first episode the odd couple find a way to work together.

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Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #48

by Alan Rapp on June 24, 2019

in Comics

Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #48 comic reviewMystery, Inc. heads to Central City to help investigate an appearance of the ghost of a super-villain who recently returned. However, Scooby-Doo and the gang weren’t called in by the Flash (who apparently is off-world with the Justice League) but instead by his most notorious foesThe Rogues.

There’s fun to be had by both Scooby-Doo! fans and those of the Flash as the most notable Rogues (all in their classic Silver/Bronze Age style) are on-hand to make an convincing argument to Mystery, Inc. to help them. Or else. Even those not directly involved in the story (such as Gorilla Grodd and the Reverse-Flash) still earn a mention.

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Lindsey Stirling – Underground

by Alan Rapp on June 24, 2019

in Music News & Reviews

Here’s Lindsey Stirling with “Underground”

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Comic Rack

by Alan Rapp on June 24, 2019

in Comics

Comic RackIt’s a new week so it must be time to talk about comics! Welcome back to the RazorFine Comic Rack boys and girls. Pull up a bean bag and take a seat at feet of the master as we offer you this quick list of all kinds of comic book goodness set to hit comic shops and bookstores this month from all your favorite publishers including DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Archie, Dynamite, IDW, Image Comics, and others.

This week includes Action Comics, Angel, Beauty, Conan the Barbarian, Detective Comics, Dick Tracy: Forever, Fantastic Four, Flash, Isola, Kick-Ass, Mr. & Mrs. X, Spawn, Thanos, Thor, Wonder Woman, the first issues of At the End of Your Tether, Canto, The Crow Hack/Slash, Marilyn Manor, Spider-Man: Reptilian Rage, Transformers: Ghostbusters, Wolverine: Exit Wounds, and the final issues of Age of X-Man: The X-Tremists, Bad Luck Chuck, Batman: Damned, Battlestar Galactica: Twilight Command, Major X, War of the Realms, and War of the Realms: Uncanny X-Men.

Enjoy issue #266

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Toy Story 4

by Alan Rapp on June 20, 2019

in Movie Reviews 

  • Title: Toy Story 4
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Toy Story 4 movie reviewAt some point Disney and Pixar may go too far with the Toy Story franchise and jump the proverbial shark which always seems to be lurking just around the corner of the next sequel. Thankfully, that day is not today. Despite the fitting conclusion Toy Story 3 offered to the franchise in having the toys find new life with a new owner, Toy Story 4 comes up with a new story that (while not as emotional as either the second or third entries into the franchise) provides an abundance of quirky and zany humor reminiscent of the original Toy Story.

Without breaking too much with tradition, the set-up is simple as a toy is lost and other toys set out to bring it home. This time the toy in question is a makeshift toy Bonnie (Madeleine McGraw) creates on the first day of Kindergarten called Forky (Tony Hale) who, despite the child’s love, still yearns for the trashcan from whence the spork came from. Woody (Tom Hanks), who is struggling with his position of no longer being a favorite toy, claims responsibility for the spork. This means going after Forky who escapes on a road trip leading Woody to encounter new toys and one old friend.

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