05 December 2016

The MyEntWord Podcast: The Logan Trailer

By and // Cinema

The My Entertainment World Podcast is back with an all-new episode dissecting the trailer for the latest instalment of the X-Men film franchise. Coming to theatres on March 3rd, Logan promises to …

25 October 2016

Luke Cage: And the Band Played On

By // TV

There’s a lot to love about this series. The way it deals with society’s criminalization of clothing, of black culture and black people. The heavy stylizing of Harlem and the …

03 January 2016

Registering On The Snikt-er Scale

By // Books

Though it may not be quite as contradictory to my Canadian self-identification as my dislike of maple syrup, I’ve never felt particularly drawn or sympathetic to the character of Wolverine. …

09 August 2015

San Diego Comic-Con 2015: BOOM! Studios Panel

By // Books

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015. After attending the Image Comics panel, I wanted to check out a session about one of my other …

07 August 2015

SDCC 2015: “Musical Anatomy of a Superhero”

By // Music

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015. We are living in a golden age of comic book stories, with TV shows and movies flooding the …

22 July 2015

San Diego Comic-Con 2015: Image Comics Panel

By // Books

Image Comics: Where Creators Own the Mainstream was the first of five panels showcasing creators of Image Comics publications at this year’s Comic-Con…

16 June 2015

A Leap of Faith

By // Books

At the risk of losing any comics-related credibility I may have established in your eyes to this point, gentle reader, I must admit that I was first won over by …

15 June 2015

Exclusive Interview: Jeremy Jordan

By // Music

Broadway’s golden boy will be taking the Roy Thompson Hall stage tomorrow night to sing Stephen Schwartz songs alongside the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Fresh off his pre-Broadway run in the …

01 June 2015

Breaking The First Rule

By // Books

One of the most satisfying side effects of a popular culture rooted in mass media, in my occasionally humble opinion, is the plethora of milestones available for one’s nostalgic reflections. …

07 May 2015

Gaining Something In Translation

By // Books

Montréal is one of my favourite cities to visit. Perhaps it’s the surreal experience of walking down a city street, not entirely unlike a Toronto street, and seeing familiar corporate …

02 May 2015

They’re Not Like Us And They’re Fascinating

By // Books

I don’t think I would’ve become as big of a fan of comic books as a medium, now, if it weren’t for the general trend, which started a while ago, …

02 May 2015

Age of Ultron

By // Cinema

There’s nothing quite like the midnight movie (okay, I’m old now, I snuck into a 10:30 showing). The hordes of fans excited for the same thing as you. The energy …

15 April 2015

Marvel’s Daredevil: Talking to Deborah Ann Woll

By // TV

Daredevil made his comic book debut in 1964. As with most superheroes that have been around that long, he’s gone through his fair share of being reinvented and reimagined. As …

07 April 2015

Wha-what’s Your Fan-ta-ta-sy?

By // Books

The last time I dug into a comic book written in the fantasy genre, my focus was on a story derived from the world of Dungeons & Dragons. And, though …

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