Sarah Lee

Her appreciations in life include puns and fictional ladies. Also, Lois Lane is her Supreme Queen of Everything.

Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Existence of Dinah & Renee

Harley Quinn, Black Canary, Huntress, Renee Montoya, Cass Cain

In a 2011 episode of the cartoon Batman: The Brave & the Bold, three heroines sang, “While all the boys can always save the day, no one does it better than the Birds of Prey!” Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)? Exact same energy. The DC Extended Universe hasn’t even reached the ten film milestone, …

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SGCC 2019: 7 Artist Alley Gems This SGCC Regular Adored

What happens when you have a wallet ready for spending and a deep appreciation for the creative expression of artists sharing your interests? You throw money at them. Here are 12 friendly and talented artists across 7 booths among the vastness of this year’s Singapore Games & Comics Convention (SGCC) that I couldn’t get enough of. Do keep an eye …

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X-Men: Dark Phoenix – The Review

X-Men: Dark Phoenix is the latest installment of a superhero film franchise that spanned two decades. In that time, there have been both critical and commercial hits and real duds that we don’t and will never ever talk about. Where does Dark Phoenix fall in that spectrum? It’s honestly hard to say. A review by Sarah and Peter (Credit: 20th …

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Shazam!: The Review

A review by Sarah and Peter It is a tribute to the magic of superhero movies how Shazam! can exist in 2019. It is an origin story of one of the first and most classic of superheroes, one of the most popular of the Golden Age, yet also one that has struggled to struggled to maintain his relevance today. Looking …

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Superman v Wonder Woman: Comparing the Alien and the Amazon

superman wonder woman

No, this isn’t who would win in a fight. (It’s Diana.) But comparing the Last Son of Krypton and the Princess of Themyscira has taken a rise following the release of Wonder Woman, despite being apples and oranges, so we’re going to do the same. Part by part. Plus, picking out parallelisms between two of my favourite capes? I’m down.

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