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My Take On… #241: Top 10 Things I’d Love To Hear At Comic Con This Year

Once again, folks, it’s that time of the year, it’s the San Diego Comic Con this weekend and that means it’s time for the annual list of the 10 things I want to hear be announced at San Diego Comic

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My Take On… #240: Why The Incredibles 2 Will Not Live Up To The Hype At This Point

WAIT!!!! Before anybody gets mad at me or crucifies me for denying the powers of Brad Bird or Pixar or some of the greatest modern day filmmakers of all time, I just want to make myself perfectly clear, I am

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My Take On… #239: What Happened To You, Cartoon Network?

Ah, Cartoon Network, in the 90s, this was every prepubescent kid’s dream come true, 24 hours of nothing but cartoons and not just a selection of cartoons but a variety of cartoons, so many cartoons from the classic cartoons of

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My Take On… #238: Why The Bachelor Franchise Needs To Die Already

Get ready for a whole lot of anger in this one, speaking of which… WARNING! The following blog post contains strong language and elements that may not be suitable for all audiences. Viewer discretion advised! I was gonna save this

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My Take On… #237: Do Ducktales & Darkwing Duck Exist In The Same Universe?

The late 80s and early 90s were considered a golden age of animation and one of the animations that came out to start that trend was Ducktales in 1987: It was one of the big animated shows that not only

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My Take On… #236: Top 10 Disney Characters

Regardless of how you feel about the company, Disney has been a part of all of our lives no matter how old or young you are. They’ve created a plethora of memorable characters over the years and since I’ve been

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My Take On… #235: What Happened To Oliver Stone?

What happened to Oliver Stone? Really? What happened to him? It really seemed like that after 2000, his reputation as one of the more political filmmakers tackling some of the most infamous moments in American history has since gone down

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