Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Not quite sure when, but in the near future I'm going to write about my favorite moments from my favorite comic for the past few years, the unbeatable Squirrel Girl (that sadly ended it's run with this month's issue 50), but I've been a bit busy covering
HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE! Quick note, if you missed my Halloween article last year here it is again, I strongly encourage you to check it out since it features the greatest Spider-Man battle in all of history! This year, I have a very special TREAT for you - a few "scary"
Welcome back to That's Entertaining, where it's all MODOK all the time!
I've actually briefly mentioned my hometown of Erie, PA awhile back when my Mom and I got snowed out of seeing Star Wars The Last Jedi. And I also briefly touched on the Dark Reign storyline Marvel did when
Hi everyone! Did you catch me on the latest episode of That's Entertaining yet? If not, check it out here. Alright, enough chit chat, it's time to go back to my favorite cinematic universe, the Freeform Cinematic Universe!
So everyone's seen Avengers: Endgame and knows who the real hero of the
Last month I mentioned how Archie is arguably the king of the crossover (sorry Godzilla!). Archie's done so many crossovers - several of which you wouldn't believe - but I'll save those for another time. Since Archie has a long musical history, including the real life song "Sugar, Sugar" which
Sometime down the line I plan on doing a piece about which characters have crossed over the most with other characters in pop culture. Just going off the top of my head I feel like it's probably Archie, but Archie doesn't have a movie coming out this weekend, Godzilla does!
Fear not friends, there are NO Avengers: Endgame spoilers here (or here either)! If you have seen Endgame, you saw an example of how the world moves on when a series of super heroes go missing. This has happened numerous times throughout comic book history, and I wanted to take
Thanks to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, shared universes are all the rage. Shared film universes go all the way back to the 40's with the 1943 Universal Studios movie Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman. Also pre-MCU, Quentin Tarantino made it a point to connect all of his films in one manner
When you've been a comic book fan for a very long time, inevitably you find yourself wondering about things like who would win in a fight, The Avengers or The Justice League for example, but I'm kicking it up a notch. I want to shine a light on some overlooked
Hi everyone, Happy 2019! It's Royal Rumble Sunday, so this felt like the perfect time to write this piece. For those not familiar with the Royal Rumble, it's one of the "big four" pay-per-views WWE puts on, highlighted by its 30 man (and as of last year 30 woman)