The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. This video ponders a simple question about “The Dragon Prince,” as it stands after season three.
Can Lord Viren be redeemed?
Moreover, should he be?
With the recent announcement that season four is coming at some point in 2022, I felt like the time was right to explore this notion. He crossed a lot of lines in the first three seasons. And by season three, he became the greatest threat to humans and elves alike.
However, there are some larger complications to his descent. I try to break those down in this video while assessing both sides. We won’t know for sure what Viren’s fate will be until season four comes along. In the meantime, I hope this video offers plenty to think about. Enjoy!
The following is a couple of videos that I posted to my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. I’m still refining my ability to record video game footage from me playing my PS4. I feel like I’ve gotten a good handle on things now. These two clips are some of the longest and most detailed to date.
Below are two clips of me playing through two missions in Cyberpunk 2077, one action packed and the other intimate and dramatic. Let me know what you think and how I’ve styled my female V.
This video is of the mission, “The Hunt.”
This video is of the mission, “Following The River.” It also includes one of the many sexy parts of this game. Enjoy!
This video essay is a breakdown of my feelings towards the movie, “Don’t Look Up.” Of all the movies I’ve seen in recent years, this one left me with the most mixed feelings and not in a good way. It’s a movie many recommended to me, but one I found myself liking less and less since watching it. And in this video, I explain the how I arrived at this sentiment. Enjoy!
This video is my full review of Dr. Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness. Please note that this review contains heavy spoilers. I also do go on a bit of a side-rant regarding a certain character in this movie, but in a good way. Thank you and enjoy!
The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. This video essay revisits a galaxy far, far away and delves into the Philosophy of Star Wars. Through every comic, game, and movie trilogy, the notion of good and evil is a frequent refrain. It often draws clear lines between the Empire and the Republic or the Sith and the Jedi. But what actually goes into drawing those lines?
Where does this notion of good and evil come from? In multiple movies, as well as the books and games, it often comes back to a certain point of view. And in this video, I explore the merits and substance within those views. Enjoy and may the Force be with you all.
The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. This is video a fresh entry in my ongoing “Jack’s Comic Gems” collection. And this gem takes us to a galaxy far, far away to the world of Star Wars. Back in 2015, Marvel Comics launched a fresh line of Star Wars comics. These books took place between the events of A New Hope and Empire Strikes Back, expanding significantly on the lore between.
There were a lot of notable moments during this emerging era of Star Wars, but one of the best came courtesy of Kieron Gillen with Darth Vader Volume 1: Vader. This simple, but impactful story gave us more than just the Empire’s most feared Sith Lord doing what he does best. It laid a new foundation for the character while giving us a bold new face in Dr. Aphra, as well. It turned out to be a hell of a gem and one I’m eager to talk about. Enjoy!
The following is a couple of videos that I posted to my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. I’m still experimenting with posting captured or streamed video game footage to my channel. While I haven’t figured out the streaming part, I have gotten better at capturing footage on my PS4.
Below are two lengthy clips of me playing through a couple of missions in Cyberpunk 2077. Let me know what you think and how I’ve styled my female V.
This video is of the mission, “With A Little Help From My Friends.”
This video is of the mission, “Queen of the Highway.”
The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. This video is my first deep dive into Bojack Horseman, one of my favorite shows of all time. This Netflix series was so groundbreaking in how it told the story of a washed-up sitcom star from the 90s, who just happened to be a talking horseman. It was funny, but dark at times.
Okay, it was dark most of the time. But that’s beside the point.
There this show offered so many profound themes and insights on everything from mental illness to toxic cycles. But in this video, I focus on how this show depicted the world of celebrity and celebrity culture. Because Bojack’s story can’t be told without also telling the story of a celebrity with a great many personal issue. And while his story is powerful, I also think it sheds a light on the dark side of being a celebrity and how it affects people.
What follows are a series of videos that I uploaded to my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. They are captured video of me making my way through the first three nodes of my first run on Dark Dimension V. This is one of the most challenging levels in the game to date and just getting there was a challenge, due to the gear restrictions. I still managed to get enough characters in and make my way through the first three nodes. Now, I just need some more gear to make my way through the city nodes.
Here’s me going through Node 1.
Now, here’s me going through Node 2, which turned out to be surprisingly challenging.
Here’s me making my way through Node 3, which was actually quite easy once I got through the first wave.
The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. This is a fresh entry in my ongoing “Jack’s Comic Gems” collection. And once again, I have another X-Men comic to add to that ever-growing list in X-Men: First To Last.
It was a high point for the Utopia era of X-Books. However, this particular comic is special, both in terms of its story and the era from which it emerged. It’s not unusual for comics to revisit the past in some major way. Most of the time, it makes for damaging and frustrating retcons.
But every now and then, a comic will find a way to revise history in a way that’s actually compelling and meaningful. Chris Yost and Paco Medina were extra bold in how they linked the current era of X-Men comics with the classic First Class era. But the end result was a true gem of an X-Book. Enjoy!