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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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
FOR PREVIOUS BUFFY REVIEWS, CLICK HERE! In the wake of the rise of Angelus, we settle in nice and easy, with Willow and Oz talking about a date they had had the night before. They saw a movie and enjoyed each others’ company! Aw, those sweet kids. Willow still REALLY wants to make out, though; Oz continues to hold back, and we see why. Willow … Continue reading Xander Sucks, But This Time On Purpose, A BTVS Retrospective, S2 E15-16
I don’t want to come across as one of Those People, but man… I miss comic books from my youth. When I had started reading comics, it was the very end of the 80’s. You could essentially say my first full year as a reader was 1990 to make it easy. So by the time I was into the hobby, the classic Marvel roster had … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: Stan Lee Presents The Amazing Spider-Man
The teenage boy laid on his belly, peering out from under the small bed in the dormitory. The lights were off and he was the only one inside as the other boys in that block were gone. His breath was heavy and his sweaty hands gripped the powdery hammer in his palms tightly, the white ash accumulating on the surface of his fingers. The sun … Continue reading AP Productions: Winghaven #10
I have settled into this nice little comic reading niche where I’m only getting mini-series these days, and I have to tell you… it’s really working out for me. I almost got started back up on The Flash and Batman recently, what with Wally West taking over The Flash main title again and Chip Zdarsky handling the Dark Knight, but after a few issues of … Continue reading Mary Jane and Black Cat Review
FOR PREVIOUS BUFFY REVIEWS, CLICK HERE! It’s ANOTHER two-parter! We just had one of those for episodes 10-11. Oh man, Buffy is getting storyline intensive and moving slightly away from the Monster Of The Week formula. Let’s see where these two go. The episode starts off with a pretty obvious dream sequence from our lead character. Drusilla is creeping behind her in her home. Then … Continue reading My Name Is Judge: A BTVS Retrospective, S2 E13-14
A few months ago, I had heard enough stellar things about RRR that I decided to give it a shot. To say I was floored was an understatement. I may have seen it in January–after all of my Best Of 2022 lists were out–but had I caught RRR in time for those lists, it likely would have topped them. If nothing else, it would have … Continue reading Polite Society Review
Craig from Whit’s The Script and his sexy Scottish brogue is here this episode to talk the introduction of Scott Lang into the MCU: 2015’s Ant-Man!
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I saw all of one trailer for the World War II action flick Sisu–it aired right before John Wick Part 4 earlier this year–and then all mention of the movie disappeared from the trace of the Earth. It almost felt like a weird fever dream of an advertisement. And I mean… I go to the movies A LOT. At least weekly for the last few … Continue reading Sisu Review
I feel like I read the original DCeased story arc a few years ago for my previous podcast venture, but I’m not actually 100% sure. The past was so long ago, you know. I do definitely recall having read it; what I don’t remember is whether I talked about it or not. DCeased was basically DC’s attempt at a Marvel Zombies style story where the … Continue reading DCeased: War Of The Undead Gods Review
FOR PREVIOUS BUFFY REVIEWS, CLICK HERE! After that tense two-parter, we handily clean up our unresolved plot threads by seeing Buffy, Xander, and Willow casually alert the audience that the Court Of Terrakion contract has been cancelled for… reasons. They are also making super hip and timely 1997 references to Captain & Tenille… though that MIGHT have been the joke, and I’m not prepared for … Continue reading JOHN RITTER WAS ON THIS SHOW?! A BTVS Retrospective: S2 E11-12
I went into “Marvel the Shell With Shoes On” expecting basically just a long form of his numerous YouTube videos. What I found was a deeply moving, often funny, sometimes tearjerkingly sad, masterpiece of a story. Marcel lives alone with his grandmother after an incident caused the rest of his family and neighbors to vanish one evening. The two share a house and soon find … Continue reading Marcel the Shell With Shoes On (2021)