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Keystone Comic Con interview: Tim Smith 3

Corey:                   Hey guys, Corey here with Amerime Media. We're at Keystone Comic-Con. I'm here speaking with Tim Smith Greene and we're gonna talk about his brand new piece.
Tim:                       Yes, I'll hold it up right here. This is mine.

Corey:                   It's not a very vivid cover but there's a good reason for that.
Tim:                       Right here we got the merchandise right there. See the cover, the cover's done by, the interior's done by Jamal, my co-creator. Basically, it's a story about what it's a Kickstarter for it that Will funded and now it's been slated, the option now for a movie so that we've got more books in the works. We've got that's what I'm working on right now. It is a story about ninja, he is trying to stop a slave trade of young African Americans who have powers as well. They are children and he somehow went to the slavering and he's got to figure out what's going on…
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SHAZAM REVIEW by COREY FLOYD

The DCEU has had a very checkered history, to say the least. After the so-so Batman versus Superman and the very confusing highly colorful Suicide Squad we got glimpses of Hope with Wonder Woman then we lost hope with Justice League then we got a little bit more hope with Aquaman.

Then there's Shazam!
This would be the first official outing for the dceu stepping away from its darker themed contemporaries, unlike the previous DC entries Shazam comes in more delightful instead of ominous brooding followed by Hans Zimmer musical score.
Shazam is about a young boy named Billy Batson who is given wonderful magical powers that make him look like an adult man with strength speed wisdom to use as good in the world. Too bad Billy Batson is a very immature 14-year-old kid who lives in a very funny and fictitious version of Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Angel Asher who plays Billy Batson actually puts on a very convincing performance especially since the role of the child is just as importa…

Edge of Eternity Review

I’m a bit of an RPG fan, I enjoy the story rich world and the different mechanics of each game. On the other hand, I’m not particularly keen on early access games. “Edge of Eternity” has left me with a bit of a conundrum by being both. This is a supplementary review, if you want to see my first impressions of the game right after I was done playing it, go check the video down below.








Edge of Eternity is a JRPG developed by Midgar Studio and published by Playdius. The game is currently in early access on steam with only the first chapter available. When I started the game for the first time I was greeted with the main character walking through a snowstorm with his sister, and I gotta say, I was impressed. I was walking knee deep in snow and I was leaving a trail, and as any sane person would’ve done, I tested how long the game will maintain the trail by drawing naughty things in the snow. First impressions matter kids.
Don’t lie, you would’ve done the same.
Anyway, let's get back on…

Comic Boss Interviews Black Streak Entertainment

1.)Introduce yourselves to your future fans?
Terry: Black Streak Entertainment is a two-man show run by us. I am the writer and Justin is the artist. We publish and produce comics, manga, movie scripts, and books from our African American perspectives. Justin also dabbles in animation and video game development.
2.)What made you start Black Streak?
Terry: We have always been fans of pop and indie culture, be it comics, animation, anime, video games, or any other artistic works. Unfortunately, there is a lack of black representation in these areas, so we wanted to do our part to change that. We want to show that black people are not a monolith - that we have different likes and dislikes, and that we are into the comics, animation, and fantasy scene as well. 
3.)Can you tell me about Pulse and Becky aka Milk and Coffee
Justin: Pulse and Becky are two main characters in a visual novel trilogy that I am developing titled “The Primary Series”. There’s not a lot to say about it now because I do…

Time to rage In: Rage in Peace

When it comes to game difficulty, all of us have our own preferences. Some of us want an easy stroll and we are more concerned with the story, some of us want the game to kick us in the nards and whip us ‘til we call him daddy. Rage in Peace would be the latter. This is a supplementary review, if you want to see my first impressions of the game right after I was done playing it, go check the video down below.


There are types of platformer games that are designed to be hard as all heck! And let me tell you, Rage in Peace is one of them. Rage in Peace joins the ranks of games like Super meat boy, Cuphead or even fan-made sadistic contraptions like “I wanna be the guy” and “Syobon Action” (Lovingly know as Cat Mario). Like the later games that I mentioned, Rage in Peace boils down to a game of Simon said but with a lot more death! You will die in this game of memory, you just have to remember how you died and avoid the trap next time hoping wherever you landed to skipped said trap doesn…

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina part 1 (Review)

Around this time last year, Netflix said they were doing a new Sabrina The Teenage Witch series. I was thinking… cool we need a new funny Sabrina show with a new talking cat and fun Aunts.

Then I saw that first trailer. Whoa! I didn’t think this was going to be a fun romp into magic. After further scrutiny, I found that It is actually based on a Comic book with a much darker tone. This is not for the little kids!! This is a 16+ show so please don't let the younglings watch. Both shows start the same it's almost her 16th birthday and she needs to make a choice of staying in school with mortals or going to school with other witches and learn her craft. But in this case, she has to give her soul to Lucifer literally. Let me break down the Spellman clan with a little help from the sorting hat. First, there's Aunt Zelda old witch and waspy witch very high brow aka Slytherin house.

Then we have her sister Heilda. The sweet one always nice and friendly. The opposite of her sister…

Daredevil Season 3 Review (Spoilerish)

By Corey "Salty Truth" Floyd
Season 3 is the long-awaited follow-up from The Fallout of the Defenders series which I am very glad to say will never come back. With Netflix's recent announcement of the cancellation of Iron Fist and Luke Cage I was very skeptic on how to feel about this upcoming season but luckily the first two seasons were absolutely excellent. Well, excellent in comparison to the one good season out of two from Iron Fist, and one-and-a-half good seasons out of Luke Cage. I do believe we have the Punisher coming up in about the next month and a half so, for now, I'm just going to touch on this season of Daredevil and hold judgment on Mr. Castle.
Let’s get to it! Unlike Daredevil’s previous seasons, we're Foggy Karen and Matt were this great trio, they're quite scattered in this season. Foggy is working at his new law firm making big money, Karen has hit the ground running as a great reporter, and Matt is actually alleged to be dead. Karen still …