Shows From Our Nostalgia That You Didn’t Know Were Canadian

By Cyrille Antonio In celebration of Canada Day and all of the glorious things Canada has to offer, let’s take a trip back to the good old days and take a look at all of these amazing shows from our nostalgia that you might not have known were Canadian productions! 6teen Original Run: 2004 to…

Comic Book Men, We’ll Miss You

A few days ago, Kevin Smith announced that Comic Book Men has been cancelled after a 96 episode run. The podcast that inspired Comics Ink. founder Jowy Pangilinan to spearhead a project to bring comics and pop culture together one audio file a week has now been halted for fellow fans of the men of…

Review | Luke Cage Season 2

By Canya Selva Cast: Mike Colter, Simone Missick, Theo Rossi, Gabrielle Dennis, Mustafa Shakir, Jessica Henwick, Finn Jones, Stephen Rider, Alfre Woodard *Some Spoilers Within* Season 2 of Marvel’s Luke Cage is a mixed bag. The titular character, Luke Cage (Mike Colter), in his debut season, was on a mission. The conflict central to his development…

Review | The Prince and the Dressmaker

BY CANYA SELVA Author: Jen Wang If you’re like me a lover of Disney Princess stories, you will love Jen Wang’s graphic novel The Prince and the Dressmaker. It’s a thoroughly modern fairytale that challenges traditional gender roles and the structure of the “princess story” to begin with. For our present time that we see…

Review | Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 6

BY CANYA SELVA Voice Cast: Josh Keaton, Steven Yeun, Jeremy Shada, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Tyler Labine *A Comprehensive Spoiler-Free Review* Only a few months ago I was GUSHING about Season 5 and Voltron as one of Netflix’s biggest winners. 6 seasons in and it still is! We absolutely love this show and so should you! The writing…

Review | Starboy Vol. 1 Issue #1

By Jowy Pangilinan Writers: Abel Tesfaye, La Mar Taylor, and Christos Cage Artist: Eric Nguyen June 13th, 2018 marks the release date of The Weeknd’s STARBOY Vol 1, Issue 1 and as regular comic reader and a hesitant top 40 listener I was kinda like “Well this is new…I guess I’ll give it a go.”…

Review | The Incredibles 2 & Bao

By Canya Selva Bao: A Mini Review! Pixar’s newest short film, Bao, comes from Canadian filmmaker Dimee Shi. She’s a Toronto native and the film is clearly a love story to the experience of Chinese immigrant families living in the city. We love that the film doesn’t try to hide it’s Toronto roots throughout a…

Here Are All the Games From E3 2018 We’re Excited For

By Cyrille Antonio E3 wrapped last week and we’ve given ourselves enough time to process all of the amazing games that we’re gonna be looking forward to in the next year. I’ve asked the crew to compile their list of games they’re excited for below! Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Developer Ubisoft Platform Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4,…