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Created by: Richard Levinson & William Link
Vintage '70s TV series that is the classic example of dramatic irony. Love the clothes, the decor, the characters, and the vibe.
Available for streaming on Peacock.
Grant Morrison with art by Frank Quitely
The X-Men were my first love when it comes to comic books and Grant Morrison’s tenure on the book happens to be one of the absolute best runs on the X-Men, and in superhero comics, ever. Morrison is a brilliant writer who crafts weird and wonderful stories about a large cast of heroes and mutants attempting to navigate a world that fears their power as often as it celebrates their heroism.
Available wherever comics are sold
Created by: Rebecca Sugar
I don’t think I have ever watched a show this happy. Steven Universe has made my very short list of shows I consider perfect. The first season is lengthy, but from the end of that through season 5 you get nothing but an excellent story punctuated with beautiful and heartfelt moments that will leave you with a feeling of hope and joy that can be hard to find nowadays. And once the show is over there is still a movie and a sequel series to enjoy after that, all of which is just as good as the initial 5 seasons. This show’s outlook on life and the world is something I wish I saw reflected in reality more often. If you want to watch a great show, or just need to cheer up, watch this. Plus, its setting is based on the Delaware beaches.
Available to stream on HBO Max