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SpartanNerd Review...He-Man: The Eternity War #8

DC’s remix of Mattel’s classic property has recently received a lot of love from fans and critics, including the SpartanNerd.  However, this time, I don’t feel as good. 1,044 more words


SpartanNerd Unboxing and Review...Strawberry Shortcake "Sweet Beats Doll"

Why, SpartanNerd?  Why?  Why do you never cover girls toys?

Truthfully, because I didn’t play with them as a kid…I have a (nameless, shameless) brother who played with Barbie and My Little Pony as a kid.   1,192 more words


Review: He-Man Eternity War #8

Eternity War, the latest He-Man story arc, has had some ups and downs during its series.  This is to be somewhat expected, as for every big moment, there is some time required to set it up and to build the characters into pertinent actors for the script.   336 more words


Review: He-Man: The Eternity War #7

Title: He-Man: The Eternity War #7

Publisher: DC Comics

Cost: $2.99

Storytellers: Dan Abnett (writer) with Edgar Salaar (artist)

With Evil-Lyn joining sides with Hordak and giving him the “Eyes of Greyskull”, Skeletor plans to journey to Despondos and claim Hordak’s Vault of Souls and use it against his former master. 305 more words


Hello Stranger

Fancy bumping into you here. I’d love to share a cigarette with you or buy you a drink but I don’t do either one of those things anymore. 478 more words


Feminist Friday: A Brief History of "Girl Stories" on Television

Last week, EclecticAli posted an awesome essay about the harmful effects of gender-marketing and gender-based recommendations in children’s literature.  Following that theme, I’d like to talk about television. 1,186 more words

Review: He-Man Eternity War #7

The story line for He-Man comes at an interesting time in DC Comics.  Although it is a DC Comic by publishing, and not by shared universe, it nonetheless is part of a similar structure of a lot of superheroics, a superhero with a secret identity and an archetypical arch-nemesis.   387 more words