This is an enthralling entry with a focus on character development for a traumatized gen:LOCK recruit, the gen:LOCK process itself, and a battle with an increasingly enigmatic Union mech.
This is the best episode so far, packing in everything that I wanted to see with the enthralling team dynamic, a focus on Valentina's gender-fluidity, and mecha action that starts out entertaining before it takes a sharp left turn into suspense.
The origin of the first major female hero in a comic book, polyamory, feminism, BDSM, even the invention of the lie detector — Professor Marston and The Wonder Women packs in all this and more, spreading itself thin half the time but nonetheless succeeding as a biopic as powerful and receptive as its trio of lead actors.
Sidney lumbered up a road to another city square before she staggered to her knees. In turn Wyatt slumped out of her arms and thumped onto the plinth of a soldier statue. "Comrades!" Corbin exclaimed from down the road, running ahead of the others. "What's hampering the two of you?" They slowed down within ten … Continue reading Project Super Nex, Chapter Twenty-Three, “Fuchsia Light” – 2nd revision
Black Panther is a vigorous testament to black power and a revolutionary breakthrough that will leave its mark on the film industry for decades to come. Oh yes, and it's a stupendous entry in the MCU. Following the tragic death of his father, T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman, Marshall, 42) succeeds him as the next Black Panther … Continue reading My 2 Cents on Black Panther
This is a conflictive episode for me, since it strengthens the team dynamic of the characters on one hand and presents a tiresome love triangle on the other.
Telling the truth of Julian Chase's apparent death and the gen:LOCK program, focusing on his estranged relationship with his former girlfriend, widening the cast with a motley team of recruits, boosting the action with a Union spy — this episode advances the web series forward in spite of a few dubious plot devices.
If gen:LOCK can develop its characters and its mech-filled world well, I can easily see it become as enthralling as RWBY.
In between bits of slow pacing and questionable plot devices, RWBY: Volume 6 lights up with the passionate heart of its characters as they pursue an extreme example of the rocky cross-country trip.
While the finale spreads itself thin by trying to wrap up so many story arcs, it manages to hit most of the right notes to end another enthralling volume in the RWBY saga.