Author Archives: Niklynn Dunn

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Five Thoughts on Legion’s Chapter 22

By | Jul 9, 2019 | Television

Let’s take a stroll to where it all began. 1. Charles Xavier Makes His Debut One attention grabber about Legion’s final season was the announcement of Charles Xavier’s (played by Harry Lloyd) appearance. In “Chapter 22” we actually get to see a lot of him. We see him use his power’s in World War II […]

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“Thumbs” #2

By | Jul 5, 2019 | Reviews

“All in all you’re just another brick in the wall.” These lyrics from Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall Part 2” came to mind when I was reading “Thumbs” #2. Why? Because in this issue of “Thumbs,” Sean Lewis explores the role kids play in the world. Are they just disposable? Are kids only […]

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Five Thoughts on Legion‘s “Chapter 21

By | Jul 2, 2019 | Television

Are you feeling calm? Good. Let’s start our meditation on Legion’s, “Chapter 21.” 1. A Few Charlie Brown References “Chapter 21” opens with a glimpse of Sydney starring out from The District’s airplane and cuts to Legion (David) mediating, while a song about Charlie Brown is playing. Later on in the episode, The Shadow King […]

“Eve Stranger” #2

By | Jun 28, 2019 | Reviews

“Eve Stranger” #2 is a comic that lets its characters kick ass and have fun while doing it. Eve Stranger #1 introduced us to the premise of Eve and the E.V.E. (Enhanced Vascular Emissary) project and “Eve Stranger” #2 lets itself be an Indiana Jones-esque adventure. Running with bulls to complete a client’s mission and […]

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Five Thoughts on Legion‘s “Chapter 20”

By | Jun 25, 2019 | Television

Grab a tea, calmly take a seat, and let us discuss “Chapter 20,” which is the beginning of the final season of Legion. 1. Time Traveler Wanted “Chapter 20” of Legion introduces us to Switch, a time-traveler. Through her listening to Lessons in Time Travel, we’re also introduced to some key ideas around the concept […]

“Batman” #73

By | Jun 21, 2019 | Reviews

Tom King, Mikel Janin, and Jordie Bellaire bring the crazy in “Batman” 73. It’s the type of crazy only a comic can do. And I can’t say I have loved all of Tom King’s “Batman,” but I love the madness of this issue. Spoilers Ahead. Written by Tom King Illustrated by Mikel Janin Colored by […]