No new “article” today, as it were! Just a reminder that SWO Productions continues to grow and grow, and I’m not the most marketing-savvy person in the world, so it’s entirely possible you my not even know everything we have gotten ourselves up to these days! With that in mind, I’ve decided to create a little one-stop shop with direct connections to some of our … Continue reading Follow The SWO Productions!
Alysa knew Pete Bone Splitter had been in juvenile detention with Creed and once she began to think about the strange jar in Creed’s office, she surmised Pete might have some information. Learning about Creed’s past with the Skinwalkers might give her insight as to what would happen next. She realized she was likely cursing herself by talking about it but she was willing to … Continue reading AP Productions: Winghaven #12
CASEY JONES:-A curious addition to the TMNT mythos, Casey Jones has become the second most important human ally after April O’Neil, and is so prominent that he’s as important as any individual Turtle in the 1990s Film series, and shows up as a major character in the 2003 & 2012 cartoons. In most continuities, he is a violent, hard-headed, stubborn vigilante who’s a bit crazy and ends … Continue reading Jab’s Reviews: TMNT (Casey Jones)
I’m feeling more negative lately, and I don’t really enjoy that. Like I’m once again finding myself at the point where I am arguing consistently on the “this stinks!” side of things. Read Pile for the podcast? I’m crapping on the books lately. Moves in the theater to review? Crapping. New trailers for future hits? Crap crap crap. I want to spin around in a … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: Dragon Ball Super
I kind of occasionally regret that I’m, so bad at watching television shows. But they are such a huge commitment, and I’m already smack dab in the middle of watching the entirety of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. I’d almost always really rather watch movies. But I remember really enjoying the first season-and-a-half of CW’s Stargirl show. Brec Basinger really nailed the role of Courtney Whitmore, … Continue reading Stargirl: The Lost Children review
FOR PREVIOUS BUFFY REVIEWS, CLICK HERE! The nineteenth episode of season two of Buffy The Vampire Slayer opens with Buffy moping around at the Bronze while slow music plays. We meet a new character, Ben, who approaches her and tests the waters to see if she would like to ask him to the Sadie Hawkins dance. Buffy shoots him down, probably because he makes Owen … Continue reading On A Very Special Episode: A BTVS Retrospective, S2 E19-20
Creed’s office was in a non-descript two story red brick building. The first floor was the office itself with the front window simply reading “Private Investigator” with the business’ phone number underneath. The second floor contained Creed’s one room apartment. His motorcycle was normally parked in the back lot with a tarp over it alongside his pickup truck. Alysa crossed the street to the small … Continue reading AP Productions: Winghaven #11
It’s part two of the members of SWO Productions talking about our favorite all-time artists for some of the most classic characters in comic book history. Previously we talked The Man Of Steel from DC Comics. Today, we are moving on to another of the absolute S-tier characters in history: It’s Spider-Man! Switching over to Marvel, but staying with the red-and-blues! Stew’s Picks -Erik Larsen … Continue reading Our Favorite Spider-Man Artists
Todd, the creator of Don’t Tell My Wife I’m A Cult Leader, joins the Order this episode to take a look back at Batman Returns!
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Michael once read that the Femme Phantom’s guns were called Purgatory Pistols and wondered if that wasn’t just an “old-timey” description for them from a bygone period. Once he saw her float into the air, releasing bolts of eldritch energy from both barrels, he quickly decided it was a silly name that she likely never gave them because they were far too awesome to have … Continue reading AP Productions: Cavalier #14
KARAI- Mirage & 2003 VersionsKarai- Nerd Bait For Years:-And now we’re at KARAI. One of the late-comers to the lore, she didn’t debut until 1992 in Mirage Comics, but HOLY SHIT did the fans ever take to her. The notion of a “Dark Action Girl” and a dangerous Japanese martial arts chick running around were just CANDY to the legions of Japanophiles reading the books, … Continue reading Jab’s Reviews: TMNT (Karai)
FOR PREVIOUS BUFFY REVIEWS, CLICK HERE! In the modern era where most TV shows have much shorter seasons, I have completely forgotten that most network shows typically had/have seasons with twenty-something episodes. It feels like I’ve been on season two of Buffy for an eternity already. This is why I’m not much of a TV guy. Do you know how many movies I could watch … Continue reading A Main Character Finally Dies: A BTVS Retrospective, S2 E17-18
For obvious reasons, Michael had never met his great-grandfather. Neither had his father for that matter as Arthur was a baby when Reginald Hawkwood died. Michael’s grandmother told him stories before she passed and he remembered briefly visiting Reginald’s widow in a retirement home when he was very young. It was odd that the first Cavalier was the most mysterious to him. Like his grandfather, … Continue reading AP Productions: Cavalier #13
Welcome to a new feature here at SWO Productions! Some of our contributors will be getting together with me to review each of our favorite artists for some of the most popular comic book characters of all time. These characters have existed in the culture for decades, and the number of amazingly talented artists that have leant their abilities to them is absurd. But who … Continue reading Our Favorite Superman Artists
The incomparable Nick from The Livestream For The Cure and Nikolai’s Kitchen joins The Order to discuss the fourth Thor outing in the MCU… and be gushed over by Stew.
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And if you are struggling, and you do not know where to turn, call or text 988, the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. Continue reading Episode 64: Thor Love & Thunder
Michael was only five years old when his grandfather passed away. While he had a few foggy memories, it was hard for him to say he ever really knew him. His father told him plenty of stories, however, of the second Cavalier: Hank Hawkwood. Additionally, he was proud to know his grandfather was a Civil Rights activist in the 60s (one of the few superheroes … Continue reading AP Productions: Cavalier #12