Hello interweb, Nate here! So I just got done watching Teen Titans: The Judas Contract and never have I actually wanted to review a movie as much as this one as soon as it was over. Now the last DC animated movie was Justice League Dark and I had a review written up for that movie but once the review was done I read through it and realized that I really had nothing to say about it. I enjoyed the movie, but that was it I just enjoyed the movie. There was nothing amazing about the movie that stood out to me nor was there anything terrible. Because of this, I decided not to post that review because it just was a really boring review. This, however, is a movie that I loved so much by the time it was over that the first thought that came to mind was that I needed to review this film. This is a spoiler review so SPOILER WARNING but if you really want to know if you should spend your time watching this or not let me just say that this may be the best DC animated movie – no – best DC movie released recently. The DCEU has been struggling and the animated movies have been ranging from sucking to just decent. But I’d say that this is probably the best DC movie in recent years. So no more beating around the bush, let’s get this review started! (more…)
Hello interweb, Nate here. So with convergence on its way, I started to think about the last reboot (which happened only 5 years ago), the New 52, and I remembered that while I never really hated the reboot and also never really loved it either, there were several things it did that ticked me off. So I decided to compile a list of some characters the New 52 tried to modernize and failed to do so (unless “modernize” is synonymous with “over complicate and insulting” then yeah they succeeded, but that’s obviously not good). While a few of these may be nitpicks, most of these I honestly feel the New 52 just ruined a few characters.