Superman: Doomsday Review

Superman: Doomsday Review

How much of your time I need: 2 minutes Released: September 2007 Main Characters: Superman (SURPRISE), Doomsday? Superman Clone? Doomsday is here for about fifteen minutes. Supporting Characters: Lex Luthor, Lois Lane, Superman Clone? Jimmy Olsen? Perry White? We’re really scraping the bottom of the barrel here as far as powered up casts go. Main Voice Cast: Adam Baldwin as Superman Anne Heche as Lois Lane James Marsters as Lex Luthor John DiMaggio as Toyman Tom Kenny as “The Robot” or, Clone Superman Movie Score  Metric of Evaluation Point…

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Watching & Ranking All DC Animated Universe Movies

Watching & Ranking All DC Animated Universe Movies

How much of your time I need: 5 minutes Nerdy topic? Questionably interesting? Aren’t there better things you could do with your time? Is this your commitment to never getting laid again? Does this opening paragraph contain a juicy hook? Yes to all but one of those things, strap in anyway! One of the things I’ve also been binging are the DC Animated Universe Movies. I’m going to give a brief rundown here and then discuss the structure of how rankings will work and reviews will appear over the…

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Quick Update on Me, Writing, & the Future!

Quick Update on Me, Writing, & the Future!

How much of your time I need: < 1 minute I haven’t written here in a minute but to give the few and far between who read an update, I quit my job last month! Went on vacation with the family to Chicago and now I’m applying to law schools and binging Futurama and Seinfeld in between working on some new and existing clients for my own business, Hermes Heralding. I could probably stand to work a little harder but there’s savings to burn so who cares? A couple friends and…

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Tecate, or How to Tap Into a New Market by Changing a Meaning

Tecate, or How to Tap Into a New Market by Changing a Meaning

How much of your time I need: 3 minutes This article originally appeared in The Lombardian, a Tallahassee-based blog. Since then, I’ve had Tecate. It’s alright. Enter a new beer (to us, not the world), originally marketed to America’s Hispanic population but now finds itself launching into more ambitious advertising: Tecate. Taglines like “Blame your manfidence” or “Always bold, never flashy,” direct themselves to what I think one could aptly call values of machismo, a hallmark of Latin American literature and a set of male identifiers shared by many…

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Stream Wars 3: Return of the Delivery Guy

Stream Wars 3: Return of the Delivery Guy

How much of your time I need: 4 minutes This article originally appeared in The Florida Basement, a Gainesville-based music blog. Amazon has been rolling out some fresh features lately. I have been taking full advantage of Prime Reading, which unleashes a cornucopia of classic and more modern titles, plus self-help materials, for your unending pleasure. But books are hardly the focus here at *boom* *pow* *fourth wall* The Florida Basement. Recently we’ve seen a far more intriguing development from the Goliath of delivery, one that puts into perspective…

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