Metallica: The Unforgiven (1991) - #Song #Review

An amazing song!
Yay! I finally get to review my favorite song of all time... Ok, so before I go in to why this song is brilliant, I should probably say this... 

Ok, so this wasn't my first heavy metal song that I had listened to... I enjoyed the music, sure.... But I wasn't really entirely feeling it... And then I was... And then I heard this song one day about 20 years ago... And this song became, (and still is my favorite song of all time!) 


Not only is this song amazing, but the music video is epic!
That song is Metallica's, 'The Unforgiven' from their  1991 self titled album, also known as, 'The Black Album'... By the way, I have to say that this entire album kicks fucking ass! 

Anyway, this song, which was created through Elektra, is a brilliant fucking song that was developed as a method for the band to try something new... And you know what? It fucking rules! 

A lot of what modern metal is, is speeding through the song, or heavy bass/drums, etc... That type of music is truly fun, but this is the type of music that I love, what with heavy, distorted verses, and a softer melodic chorus! In my opinion it gives it that toned yet under current of darker torrential music, that all the metal heads I knew then, and probably now, still love!

James Hetfield just killing it with, 'The Unforgiven' live! 
So if you get a chance to listen to it, check it out! You will be glad you did!



Lyrics from Metallica's, 'The Unforgiven'! 

New blood joins this earth
And quickly he's subdued
Through constant pain disgrace
The young boy learns their rules
With time the child draws in
This whipping boy done wrong
Deprived of all his thoughts
The young man struggles on and on he's known
A vow unto his own
That never from this day
His will they'll take away
What I've felt
What I've known
Never shined through in what I've shown
Never be
Never see
Won't see what might have been
What I've felt
What I've known
Never shined through in what I've shown
Never free
Never me
So I dub thee unforgiven
They dedicate their lives
To running all of his
He tries to please them all
This bitter man he is
Throughout his life the same
He's battled constantly
This fight he cannot win
A tired man they see no longer cares
The old man then prepares
To die regretfully
That old man here is me
What I've felt
What I've known
Never shined through in what I've shown
Never be
Never see
Won't see what might have been
What I've felt
What I've known
Never shined through in what I've shown
Never free
Never me
So I dub thee unforgiven
What I've felt
What I've known
Never shined through in what I've shown
Never be
Never see
Won't see what might have been
What I've felt
What I've known
Never shined through in what I've shown
Never free
Never me
So I dub thee unforgiven
Never free
Never me
So I dub thee unforgiven
You labeled me
I labeled you
So I dub thee unforgiven
Never free
Never me
So I dub thee unforgiven
You labeled me
I labeled you
So I dub thee unforgiven
Never free
Never me
So I dub thee unforgiven


Three Comic Book Characters Whose Series Were Called Something Else At First - #ComicBook #Blog

Ok, so what I mean by this is the fact that, ok, primarily just about everyone recognizes the characters from both, 'DC' and, 'Marvel'... But the truth is, is that comic book characters don't always start off where they end off at...

And with that said I thought I would mention 3 separate major characters that started off in different comic book series. 

Ok... At number 3. Batman... 


A great Bat-Man... Before he becomes, 'The Dark Knight'! 

That's right folks, before, 'Batman' got his own series, he started off in the realm of, 'Detective Comics'... Back in 1939! 

At number 2. Iron Man! 


A great comic!
As for Iron-Man... He started off in the world of, 'Tales Of Suspense' in 1963!

And at number 1. Thor!


This was Thor before he was an, 'Avenger'!
Before Thor got his own run... Before Thor became a member of the, 'Avengers,' Thor popped up in, 'Journey In To Mystery' #83 back in 1963!

Now if you like these fun facts, and or are a comic book fan, then check out the great comics that we have to offer by clicking here! 


Why The MCU Will Always Be Better Than The DCCU! - #Movie #ComicBook #Blog

A great universe... So why is DC trying to fuck up the TV and movie series?
Ok, so we all know about the brilliance of the, 'MCU'... I mean it is awesome! Watching, 'The Avengers'... Or even, 'Agent Carter'... And I don't know if you have noticed yet, but it seems like DC is trying to follow suite... A good time to do so with the MCU about to make some massive changes... But the way they are doing it... I mean come on! 

Now let me explain... So the movies that are being done by DC, are fantastic! The TV shows they are doing are even better, but when you consider the whole, 'DCU' they both suck! 

What I mean by this is the abusive way that the morons at DC are seriously fucking up the characters!

Now here is what I mean by this: 

1. Ok... So I am certain that if you are a, 'Flash' fan, that Grant Gustin ('The Flash' on the CW show,) is absolutely brilliant as the Speedster! But for some dumb ass reason, the casting executives at DC decided to cast some one else as the Speedster for the upcoming, 'The Justice League' movie!


Grant Gustin is, 'The Flash'... So why is DC trying to fuck that up?
2. With that said, with out Grant Gustin as, 'The Flash'... And don't get me wrong, They are going to have some one else in the role... But in this case from what I have heard, they are having Stephen Amell in his role as, 'Green Arrow' in the new Justice League movie 


Ok, so for some reason it looks like, 'Stephen Amell' is going to be in the new justice league movie, but not, 'The Flash'... Trust me... That doesn't make sense!
3. And now we go in to the various TV series... Both Batman and Superman are mentioned in all of the TV series... And we are going to take this bit by bit... Let's start off with: Supergirl. 


Supergirl is an amazing series, but it does almost seem like this show is the crux of where they are trying to fuck the DCU up!
Now Supergirl is an absolutely brilliant show... The problem is, is that where as it is true that  Henry Cavill (Man Of Steel) has never shown up for a guest spot in the series... But Henry Cavill's out line can definitely be seen a couple of times... But how can that be? I mean Grant Gustin is supposed to be guest starring on Supergirl soon... And he is being replaced by another actor for the movies... And then there is Jon Jonzz... A character who's actor in the TV series supposedly being replaced for, 'The Justice League'! 

4. And then there are the crossovers between, 'Arrow' and, 'The Flash'... Without Grant Gustin in the upcoming movies... Then the crossovers become ridiculous! 
This guy is supposedly going to be looking very different in the big screen!
Ultimately, the reason why the MCU will always be better then the DCU is the convoluted nature of how DC seems to be almost trying to fuck up their franchises! And the MCU's continuity is absolutely awesome!