WWE Comic Books Are Kind of Amazing

This is my first comic book review. I am a long time professional wrestling fan. I recently went to see WWE Backlash and NXT Chicago which I covered here. The other day, I went to my local comic book shop, Zeek’s (if you’re in Central Illinois, check them out!) and asked the owner for some recommendations. He recommended some WWE Comic Books as one of his many excellent suggestions. So he showed me a copy of WWE #8, which features one of my favorite WWE performers on the cover, Dean Ambrose. He is a fellow wrestling fan. There are sort of two different levels of being a wrestling fan. One is, you watch it as a competitive sport and buy… Continue reading WWE Comic Books Are Kind of Amazing

X-Men: The Animated Series: Night of the Sentinels Part 1

Welcome to another edition of Right in the Childhood. So far I have done Thundarr the Barbarian and Thundercats, both of which I had never watched before. This time, I’m reaching into my personal favorite childhood cartoons and doing X-Men: The Animated Series from the early to mid 1990s. But as usual, I promise this to be fair but fun. The Most Epic Cartoon Introduction Ever? First of all, we have to cover this freaking awesome theme music and intro. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IzSGvXc_PM I mean, this is the pinnacle of TV intros. I’m sorry, they just don’t do this anymore. They literally have the X-Men and the Brotherhood charging at each other on the end. I got seriously hyped when that happened.… Continue reading X-Men: The Animated Series: Night of the Sentinels Part 1