“Lovable loser” stories only work if they’re actually lovable.
The MCU goes semi-psychedelic in the nig-screen debut of the good doctor.
My published reviews for the eclectic San Francisco art magazine.
The MCU thunder-god gets a sequel light years better than his tepid first outing.
DC’s first attempt to go up against the MCU is a depressing reimagining of the greatest superhero ever.
Whitewashing notwithstanding, Shane Black delivers a solid entry into the inaugural MCU franchise.
Chris Nolan’s Batman trilogy ends with an incomprehensible whisper.
Wet-blanket Tobey Maguire is replaced with emo-boy Andrew Garfield. The results are nothing to celebrate.
Gene Luen Yang writes a book that has interesting ideas, but doesn’t quite land.