February had a big start as Nerdy POC published my essay about Bryan Singer, who used to be one of my filmmaking idols.

Other than that, I was busy writing and editing news articles for Multiversity Comics. I only had to write one obituary this month, and it was on Valentine’s Day no less:

On a lighter note, I’m continuing to review Black Lightning for the site, as well as my guilty pleasure Legends of Tomorrow, which resumed this month:

And as with every month, there was my We Want Comics column, where I outlined my hopes for a Horizon Zero Dawn expanded universe.

Speaking of video games, I’m currently playing Assassin’s Creed Origins, which is also a very pleasant game. I also saw Black Panther, The Shape of Water, and Lady Bird, as well as Franz Ferdinand live, and read The Prince and the Dressmaker, a better graphic novel I likely won’t read all year, as my colleague will explain at the link.

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Autistic British know-it-all. I like gods and monsters. Bylines at @multiversitycom and @nerdypoc.

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