Five photographs from the week of December 24 – December 30, 2017, featuring the local wildlife who came looking for treats during the nasty weather.
I trekked out in the snow to the comic shop again this week to pick up a copy of Doomsday Clock #2, the second chapter in DC’s 12-issue mini-series that promises to bring the Watchmen and DC Comics universes together. Does it successfully follow up on the strong start of issue #1?
Some spoilers to follow.
The Toronto Raptors picked up a much-needed win on Friday night, beating the Hawks 111-98 at the Air Canada Centre.
The Toronto Raptors lost their second game in a row last night, to the streaking Thunder, who have now won 6 straight. Is it time to hit the panic button?
The Toronto Raptors lost to the Dallas Mavericks yesterday, in one of ugliest basketball games I’ve seen all year. Talk about a Christmas hangover; the teams combined for 28 points in the fourth quarter on 11-42 shooting! Riveting.
I loved Star Wars: The Last Jedi; you can read my The Last Jedi mini-review here (spoiler-free) and see what I liked most in The Last Jedi here (spoilers in that one). But it wasn’t a perfect film; there are a few things I have issue with.
There are, of course, spoilers after this point.
I’ve seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi again, and with a little bit of time in between viewings, I’ve crystallized my thoughts. Here are the five things that I most liked about the film, its story and its characters. Later this week I’ll share what I didn’t like as well as my thoughts on the fan reaction to the film.
This post is spoiler heavy, so proceed with caution.
The Toronto Raptors hosted the 76ers last night, and despite Joel Embiid making his first appearance against the Raptors, the home team walked away with a 102-86 victory.
Unfortunately I missed the game—another Christmas party!—but I’ll share a few thoughts from what I’ve seen from the stat sheet and reactions.
One of the things Star Wars fans, including me, were most looking forward to in Star Wars: The Last Jedi was learning more about Rey.
Since Star Wars: The Force Awakens came out in 2015 theories have abounded about her parents, who apparently abandoned her on Jakku. Would The Last Jedi give us definitive answers?
Before we get into that, I wanted to put down on paper my pre-The Last Jedi Rey theory. It’s hardly original, but, you know, it’s the internet. There’s a theory for everything.
There are multiple spoilers for The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi in this post so proceed with caution.