Category: Features

State of the Cosmos: October 1, 2021

Letter from the Editor Another month has gone by since we started this journey, and a chill is in the air here in New England, but the website The Cosmic…

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Review: Non-Stop Fun

Ever since Venom was a smashing success, even hitting 800 million at the box office, I knew that a sequel would be inevitable. I honestly didn’t love the first Venom…

How “What If…?” just teased the return of Ultron to Live-Action

Marvel Studios’ latest project, “What If…?“, has offered fans a glimpse into an infinite multiverse under the guidance of the series’ narrator, The Watcher. Along the way, we were introduced…

Interview With ‘Loki’ and ‘Rick and Morty’ writer Eric Martin Part One: Advice on Writing and Breaking In

The Cosmic Circus is excited to finally share our first interview! We were lucky enough to sit down with screenwriter Eric Martin, best known for working on Rick and Morty…

Looking Back At ‘Venom’ While Preparing For Carnage

I’ll admit, before the release of the film in 2018, I wasn’t confident Venom would see much success at all, let alone enough to warrant a follow-up. But here we…

Opinion: ‘Star Wars’ Projects May Be Leaning Too Heavily on “Fan Service” and The Familiar

Star Wars is one of the most important films (or series) in my entire life. Countless times have I popped in the DVDs and watched over and over, and finding…

“Star Wars: Visions” Review: Trigger and Production I.G

For decades, Star Wars‘ main story has always focused on the history of the Skywalker bloodline, from Anakin Skywalker and the tragedy of Darth Vader to Luke Skywalker and his rise…

‘Foundation’ Episodes 1 and 2 Review: Bold But Hollow

The first two episodes of Apple TV’s Foundation are finally out and I’m a little bit conflicted. While it never fails to flaunt their absolutely stunning visual capabilities and certainly…

‘Star Wars: Visions’ Review: Kamikaze Douga and Science SARU

The first Star Wars Disney+ show to star 100% new characters, concepts, and history, Star Wars: Visions is sublime. It is jaw-dropping. It is fun, it is stoic, it is…

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