While I didn’t have a playhouse outside my home when I was a kid, I did have a stagecoach bunk bed, where my friends and I would have ongoing adventures, naps and memories that fuel me until today. What would have happened if the area I played in was – outside, and when I … Continue reading Our Review Of “The Playhouse” – Season 2, Episode 12
Monthly Archives: January 2020
Those who are in the military face some of the most horrific experiences on planet Earth. We’re not talking about the time they serve during their tour. We’re not talking about taking the life of those who would do us harm, We’re referring to the experience they have when they come home, and have … Continue reading The Zola Initiative: Helping Veterans With Information, Education And Awareness!
In 1977, a movie was released that changed the world of filmmaking and fandom forever. That movie was George Lucas’s Star Wars. It was groundbreaking and had all the right ingredients to create a universe filled with epic stories and larger than life characters. Since then, audiences and fans have been treated to a … Continue reading Star Wars: The Disney Trilogy!
I loathe bees. Sure, you can tell me all you want about how beneficial they are for the environment and that they bring the sweet spring fling for all of us in North America with their pollen-spreading antics but to this I say SHENANIGANS! Inside the most-recently reviewed episode of Friday the 13th: The … Continue reading Our Review Of “The Sweetest Sting” – Season 2, Episode 11
For classic science fiction and horror fans, the name Richard Matheson is not lost on them. With an impressive resume of short stories, novels and script work for both television and film, it’s no wonder Matheson’s body of work would be in high demand for adaptation. Sadly, due to the time period in which his … Continue reading I Am Legend (1954 Book) Versus I Am Legend (2007 Film)
Movies and television based off of comic books are a staple in modern entertainment. The quality may vary, but the quantity can not be denied. When the source material is adapted, it’s not uncommon for changes to be made. Some time even major changes. And once in awhile those changes can make the story…better. … Continue reading Comic VS Adaptation: Wanted
In order to better understand someone and how they came to be the person that they are, an origin story so to speak, sort of like how a hero or villain in comic books are revealed to readers, can help make things more clear and hopefully make the topic or character more interesting. My … Continue reading Pediatric Sports Medicine – An Origin Story with Dr. Greg Landry
Welcome to the year 2020 and to My Big Fat Pull List’s third instalment of Current Issues, where your hosts talk about what they think are the most important news items going on in the world of comic books and pop culture. These topics are carefully absorbed and run through an extensive gauntlet of … Continue reading Current Issues – Episode 3 – (Jan. 2020)
This podcast has been a long time coming. For at least the last five years, I’ve talked and thought about starting a podcast covering topics in pediatric sports medicine. So, here I am. I’ve partnered with a dear friend from high school to help produce our podcast. And now my vision is finally becoming … Continue reading The 101 – Why The Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast Exists…
Major events are something of a regular occurance in modern superhero comics. We’re use to seeing at least one company wide crossover event happening each year, as well as smaller events taking place inside individual titles. But none compare to the historical significance of the FIRST MAJOR COMIC EVENT. This was no mere team-up … Continue reading “Understanding DC Comics – Episode 2: Crisis On Infinite Earths!”