With all the political tensions and hoopla surrounding the MCU’s Captain Marvel, we must ask… it this movie really all that? Or is it just as political as some of the actors? Or Is It Marvelous?
This week on Geek Devotions, Celeste and Dallas continue to "Off Beat Superhero Month" with Amazon's The Tick! This offbeat hero show features an offbeat, sidekick who at one point in the series is seriously doubting if he should continue. Often we find ourselves in a similar situation. No, not hanging out with a 6-foot blue man who is trying to get us to fight crime, but you can find yourself in a position where you're doubting your calling. So how do we navigate that? Check out this episode and find out!
This week on Geek Devotions, Celeste talks about the real downfall of Vanya (Number 7) on The Umbrella Academy. It's what she focuses on. What if we told you that the downfall of many is very similar to Vanya's... their focus. Often people will focus on their grief and guilt to the point that they are driven to continue down the wrong path.
Throughout the years Disney movies have given us fantastic stories, based on fairy tales we grew up or are growing up with. Everything from Aladdin to Zootopia has a moral behind it and a lesson to be learned. While playing my way through KH3 or Kingdom Hearts 3, I came to the Tangled word. In the course of this world, I realized there was a lesson hidden in this world that I never realized. That lesson involves Identity.
About five years ago, a friend of mine had known this very fact about me. He, himself, was massively into Marvel Comics. So, this friend goes to a convention and picks me up Ms. Marvel #4. When he gives me the comic, he tells me about how Carol Danvers is like Diana Prince, one of my favorites in the DC lore. Needless to say, this stirred something within me. After reading that single issue, I embarked on a journey to know just about as much about Carol Danvers as I could.
Within the first arc of the “Young Animal” version, we are introduced to Casey Brinke and dismembered variation of the Doom Patrol. Throughout the duration of its’ first six issues, the title manages to not only reunite the core team and build on some new members.
This week on Geek Devotions, Celeste using the book "The Warrior Maiden" by Melanie Dickerson, (a retelling of Mulan - Link below to see read our review) to talk about something that many struggles with. Many people struggle to realize that Trusting God... is often the strongest thing you can do.