Know the Score: Cabaret (Musicals 101)

You know what they say about those who don’t learn from history.

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Starbolts #335: Out of the Frying Pan

Reeling from the events of the last comic, Jack has a heart to heart with his father, Stan.  However, while that’s going on the snake makes his move! This comic builds up for something that’s going to happen next week. I won’t spoil what it is, yet. But, I can assure you it will be nothing short of amazing. What will happen? Who can say? Things are about to come to a head in the story and our heroes are more than capable of taking on all challenges.

Had fun doing this one because I had been wanting to do a Stan and Jack Whitefox scene for a while. Stan’s still very much part of his son’s life even though he’s mentoring the whole Starbolts team.  He helps when needed and that’s good. It’s good to have scenes like that to build characters in the middle of a story that’s filled with drama and more drama is indeed coming. Can’t have a story without drama now can we?

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Crunchyroll and Funimation | Precure | Little Witch Academia – Bulletoon Weekly

Rila has a field day, this episode. So much anime news!

‘Ant-Man & Wasp’ to begin filming in June
James Gunn has an idea for a ‘Moon Knight’ movie?

Marvel Solicitations (January 4)
DC Solicitations (January 4)

Matt Ryan returns in ‘Constantine’ animated series

Second ‘Fairy Tail’ movie reveals title & spring premiere
‘Kirakira Precure a la Mode’ reveals cast
‘RWBY’ to get prequel anthology manga in the spring
Crunchyroll & Funimation Premieres 1
Crunchyroll & Funimation Premieres 2
Crunchyroll streaming ‘Spiritpact’
Crunchyroll streaming ‘Nyanko Days’
Anime Network Online streams ‘Urara Meirocho’
North American Releases (January 1 – 7)

NetherRealm unveils ‘Injustice 2’ release date
‘Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ due for Spring Release
BioWare reveals ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ to release in March

Thespian Talk Extra #1

Damn Write! WrestleKingdom 11

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Damn that was a good show, and here is why. Continue reading

Starbolts #334: Flight of the Snake


The hunter chases the snake and the snake tries to make him a deal this week. Will he accept? Well, who can say? Jack and Cobra have a long history together dating back to the 1980s. They were both super soldiers on a team called Soldier Six. Cobra ended up betraying the team and it cost the lives of the rest of the team. Jack was mutilated in an explosion and spent the following years in cryostasis. While under, he was outfitted with cybernetics. Cobra on the other hand was brought back from the dead by Demonstorm as a being that was neither living nor dead. And now he has a cloned body.

Nothing like crazy science fiction in comics, right? The question is….will he bring Scarlett and the other members of Soldier Six back? They were cloned before.

If you want to see how that story panned out, check out and look up “Jack’s Final Mission”.  Loads of drama happened. Then again, this is a comic. It’s expected. See ya next time!

Damn Write! 503

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30 years of plastic, metal, and rubber O-rings. Continue reading

Medal of Honor Frontline: Irving’s Review, Part 2

Irving continues his look at the Medal of Honor series, specifically Frontline. In part 2, we are working our way behind enemy lines trying to find a secret air base and lots of other stuff. Part 2 of 3.

The Literary Lair: The Next Top 15 Literary Lair Episodes

This week, as 2016 comes to a close, Mike looks back at his favorite episodes of The Literary Lair. It’s not as narcissistic as it seems.

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Musical Hell: A Troll in Central Park


There’s a troll. He’s in Central Park. A whole lot of nothing ensues.