The Marvel Cinematic Universe has changed cinema. That isn’t a debatable topic. Before the MCU, the idea of a shared universe seemed crazy to some. Movie studios had no interest in taking their time to tell a carefully crafted, connected story filled with different heroes. Marvel however, decided to take characters who weren’t the most… Read More My Top 5 MCU Moments
Hello, and welcome to a special post here on Peace, Love, and Comics. Today is my birthday and to celebrate, I thought I’d share something with you all from my upcoming book Mystic Man. The story follows failed scientist, Isaac Eckspo as he becomes the world’s greatest superhero. Here are the first couple pages… Read More Mystic Man Sneak Preview!
Hello, And welcome to a special post on Peace, Love, and Comics. Today, I want to give everyone a special preview into a world all my own. This year, I’m releasing my first novel to the world. It’s called Mystic Man. This book is the story of a man named Isaac Eckspo. He’s a famous… Read More God Killer
Black Panther has been my most anticipated Marvel film ever since it’s announcement. Marvel Studios is on top of the world right now. The proof is in the money. But, not only are they on top, they’re still working hard to stay on top. Each movie seems to be increasing in quality, and they’re allowing… Read More Black Panther Review
Warning: This article contains spoilers for the Valiant Comics mini series “Divinity” by Matt Kindt and Trevor Hairsine. This is a continuation of my “Why I Love” series. Have you ever felt the weight of the world on your shoulders before? Of course you have. In life, there’s so much pressure to succeed.… Read More “Why I Love” Divinity
Simplicity is sometimes the best thing in life. Whether it’s trying to figure out what to do on the one-yard line in the Super Bowl (I’m looking at you, Seahawks) or deciding what to eat for dinner (can’t go wrong with pizza.) Sometimes, in comics, creators tend to get complex just for the sake of… Read More Mister Miracle #4 Review
When a comic forces me to think about ideas and themes I’m not sure it’s even trying to get me to think about, I’d call that a win. Actually, the same can be said for all forms of media. When a film mainly about war, makes me think about love in ways I never have… Read More Mister Miracle #3 Review