Many consider 2017 a disappointing box office year. While that may be true, there were still some quality films from a wide varity of genres that kept me entertained throughout. Here are my Top-10 films for 2017. Starting with…
About The Dork Knight
James aka “The Dork Knight” is a blogger and writer based out of Upstate New York. For James, it all started with a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… when he dragged his mom to see The Empire Strikes Back 10 weeks in a row. He lives and breathes nerd culture. James is proof that a Star Wars fanatic can be a passionate Trekkie as well. So much so James dressed up as Captain Kirk to the premiere of Star Trek VI in 1991 and still has the uniform.
When it comes to Comic Books, Sci-Fi or Fantasy whether in print or digital, in the theatre or on my TV screen, I’m all about it and I love it. So bring your Phaser (set to stun), Lightsaber, Sonic Screwdriver, a Wand, Mjolnir or the Ring to rule them all, because this site is for the dork in all of us.
Happy New Year everyone! It’s that time once again when we look back at the worst films of the past year followed by the best. The films on these lists only represent what I’ve seen. So without further ado, here is a look at the worst films of 2017 starting with:
What I hope will become a year-end tradition every December 31st, I share with all of you in celebrating all the writers, artists, actors/actresses and personalities I had the pleasure of meeting this past year. The Class of 2017 had 32 InDORKtees and 2 two-time inDORKtees into the Hall of Fame. The Dork Knight welcomes…
One of the great holiday traditions in recent years has been watching the Doctor Who Christmas special. More often than not it serves as springboard for the upcoming season. This latest special, “Twice Upon A Time” continues that tradition in a more significant way. This episode we say goodbye to Peter Capaldi as the Doctor […]
When The Force Awakens came out in 2015 it was like taking a nostalgic walk down memory lane and seeing old friends again. It left you with a warm, fuzzy feeling and a longing for the next episode. Thursday night that longing was satisfied with The Last Jedi where this new trilogy comes into its […]
ACE Comic Con is the voice of the Superhero Generation and the brain child of the Shamus brothers, Gareb and Stephen. They have had a long history revolving around comic conventions. With such experience comes expectations and I’m afraid they didn’t quite ace their first test.
DC gets heavily criticized and understandably so for the most part for their cinematic universe known as DCEU. Where they miss the mark in films, they more than make up for it in their TV Universe known as the Arrowverse. Monday night began Crisis on Earth-X, the big two-night crossover annual event involving The CW’s […]
The one thing for sure DC and Marvel have in common when it comes to their films is that the villain at times tends to be underwhelming. Such was the case in Justice League, the latest installment of the DCEU. But with that said, Justice League isn’t a complete train wreck largely because the heroes […]
This past Veterans Day weekend, I attended my first Rhode Island Comic Con. It’s dubbed the biggest con in the smallest state. After attending and seeing for myself, it’s hard to argue how big it really is. Let’s take a closer look at what went down at RICC.