Sunday, June 17, 2018

Nerdbot Anime Review: Evergarden

Netflix started streaming Violet Evergarden on April 5th this year. The manga was written by Kana Akatsuki and illustrated by Akiko Takase and won Kyoto’s Animation Award grand prize for the Novel category in 2014. The anime ran from January 11th to April 5th...

Nerdbot Lego Review – Krennic’s Imperial Shuttle (75156)

Source: The LEGO Group
The announcement of ancillary Star Wars films to expand on the newly canonized Disney led franchise originally stifled fans. The mixed feelings left over from The Force Awakens had fans wondering not only if there would anything to build on, but anything worth building...

Nerdbot Movie Review: Netflix’s: Mute (And its Connection to Moon)

When I first read that Netflix was coming out with a movie by the director of Moon (Duncan Jones), set in the same universe and with Sam Rockwell returning under a shroud of mystery, I immediately texted my husband and sister, the latter having...

Nerdbot Movie Review: Black Panther (Spoiler Free)

Marvel Studios... how do you do it? Every single time I even start to believe that the Marvel Machine is running out of gas, I am proven wrong in the best way possible. From the very first time I saw the trailer for Black Panther, I...

Nerdbot Comic Review: DC’s Doomsday Clock – Issue #3

Did you guys really think I was going to stop at issue #2? Hell no, we're talking DC's Doomsday Clock til the bitter end. So let's not waste any time... and yes, there are spoilers. Issue #3, titled Not Victory Nor Defeat begins by taking us...

Star Trek: Discovery’s Mirror Universe (A Veteran’s Perspective)

Star Trek: Discovery Spoilers live beyond these doors. CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery has pushed an entire storyline – three episodes, plus at least part of next week’s fourth - into the franchises Mirror Universe, a place usually kept to single or double episode...

Nerdbot Comic Review: DC’s Doomsday Clock – Issue #2

On December 27th shelves in comic book stores across America were stocked with the next chapter of DC's most recent achievement, Doomsday Clock. Even I am finding myself surprised by exactly how good the start of this run has been and I encourage everyone,...

Doctor Who Christmas Special (A Veteran’s Perspective)

Yes, there are Doctor Who Christmas Special spoilers. You have been warned. It wouldn’t be a Doctor Who Christmas Special without a good cry. I gets even better when it happens because of a real-life event, apparently, influenced by the Doctor’s timey-whimey influence. This time,...

Nerdbot Movie Review: Coco

Coco
Coco captures that old school Pixar Feel again! As a 90's kid, I've had the pleasure of not only seeing Pixar in its inception in the early Toy Story years, but also enjoying the creative fruits of their labor throughout young adulthood when Monsters Inc.,...

Nerdbot Movie Review: Bright

Bright
Bright is an ambitious mash-up of cop drama and fantasy elements that takes place over one night in the Los Angeles backdrop. Did Netflix drop the ball putting 90 million dollars into a mash-up of what is essentially Training Day and Lord of the...
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