WDb // Graphic Content

GRAPHIC CONTENT is a comic book review and recommendation show hosted by myself, Ted Kendrick, on the Watchtower Database YouTube channel which premiered on Wednesday, February 20th and runs biweekly, ongoing for the foreseeable future. The first episode featured the SHAZAM! comic written by Geoff Johns with art by Dale Eaglesham, symbiotic in tone with the upcoming film. DICK TRACY: DEAD OR ALIVE mini-series was featured next, the resurrection of a near century old character from artists Mike, Laura, and Lee Allred, and Rich Tommaso.

Stick around as GRAPHIC CONTENT continues to evolve as I develop my style, get the hang of the format, and generally adjust to being featured on camera. Not shy, but not too seasoned yet either. We’ll take this journey together as I tap into my ENFP personality potential as an outgoing yet reserved entertainer type.

WDb // Trivia Tuesdays conclusion

TRIVIA TUESDAYS WITH TED has come to a close on the Watchtower Database YouTube channel as of February 13th with its 26th episode. Having retained a biweekly schedule, the milestone means that Trivia Tuesdays ran for exactly one entire year. I’m calling it a semi-permanent hiatus because you never know, it might return for a special one-off episode, but the show has mostly ran its course.

The last few episodes focus on DCAU subjects like spider things that coincide with SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE, YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS character overlap, LEGO DC Comics movies’ voice actor reprisals, a look at all the times Batman has had a memorable New Year’s Eve, as well as a comparison between BATMAN BEYOND and THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS potential futures for Batman.

The last video sets the stage for my new Watchtower Database segment GRAPHIC CONTENT, where I review comic books and graphic novels that I’ve enjoyed. I’ll be doing a mix of new releases and old favorites, and speaking in front of the camera rather than as an omnipresent narrator, despite how soothing some might find it. (I’ve been told that I have a relaxing voice lately. I’ll take what I can get.) Also need to shoutout the video editor, James Strecker, for somehow stringing together my comic book babbles into cohesive video essays worthy of the YouTube generation.