An Open Letter to the Wall Crawler | by Michael J. Manacci 

The comics, cartoons, and movies of Spider-Man have a magical effect on readers and viewers. They invite all who partake to be part of a particular demographic, one issue, one episode, one film at a time. That demographic is; New Yorkers. This is a special article that one of our writers came up with. It’s an open letter in the “Daily Bugle” found in the world of Spider-Man from a “New Yorker”… we hope that you find these thoughts interesting.

Killing Time: Thoughts After Maximum Carnage

John HarjuWriter "over the top – over the top, right now it's killing time...over the top – over the top, the only way out is to die!"Scream Aim Fire" by Bullet for My Valentine If I am being honest, this article is difficult for me to write for two reasons.  First of all, if I … Continue reading Killing Time: Thoughts After Maximum Carnage

Scrooged – TBS Review

Scrooged is a disputed Holiday classic. It has a strong fan following despite it’s Metacritic score of 38… Are the critics just angry scrooges who would staple antlers to the heads of mice? Or are fans to ingulfed in the Christmas Spirit? Join us as the crew is joined by Celeste to discover if this 1988 film belongs… on The Bottom Shelf.