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  • Free 3×12 Review: Dive to the Future!

    “Dive to the Future” is the perfect end to the season, and it ended in true Free! fashion with a lot of laughing, a lot of reinforcing of relationships, and completely leaving you frustrated by cutting out the race you’ve been waiting all season for. But I couldn’t be too upset…because we’re getting more Free! Read our […]


  • Supergirl Season 3 Blu-ray Review – There Be Deleted Scenes!

    Supergirl season 3 started with a bit of a darker tone than we’re used to. After losing Mon-El in order to save Earth from the Daxamites, Kara is not her usual self. Things just go from bad to worse when they unearth an ancient ship…that’s actually from the future…and Mon-El is one of the passengers. […]


  • Attack on Titan 3×10 Review: Friends

    “Friends” was kind of low-key for much of the episode. Mainly a flashback about how Kenny became involved in Rod’s schemes, it nevertheless ended with some huge revelations that had me flailing incoherently for several minutes after the episode ended. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. […]


  • Happy #BiVisibilityDay! Have Some Badass TV Bisexuals

    Hello, all you lovely people! Today is Bi Visibility Day, and in honor of that, I’ve put together a list of some badass bisexual characters from television. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • “Pride” Could Have Been So Much Better

    I really wanted to like Pride. It’s a modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice, which I will never not want to read, and an own voices novel, of which I’m trying to read more. But Ibi Zoboi’s Brooklyn-based take on the classic novel was just such a slog to get through, and there is very little to […]


  • Free 3×11 Review: Streamline of Unity!

    Here it is, the penultimate episode of Free! Dive to the Future. “Streamline of Unity!” was a beautiful, charming, happy episode, which is a breath of fresh air after the drama-heavy first half of the season. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.




  • “Wildcard” Review: A Not-Very-Satisfying Conclusion

    Warcross introduced a sleek, semi-virtual world where an international competition of VR Capture the Flag is the setting for an intriguing mystery. Wildcard took the potential of the first book and…just…kind of…did something with it. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.