Pages tagged with Marvel

Review of Movie Avengers Infinity war. I will discuss the movie its strengths, weaknesses, and how that plays out to the next sequel in the Avenger series for Marvel and Disney
Ants are generally considered lowly insects, but with advances in technology they can be converted into superheroes.
Wait... can I even find this anymore since MARVEL has all the rights to the Star Wars trilogy of comics... anyway it's the Speculator Age if I remember right and this is but a part of an overall push by Dark Horse concerning Episode 2... the proper movie adaptation.
With the present Secret Wars 2015 meshing together the MARVEL multiverse into a single universe that means... nothing in regards to the MARVEL Cinematic Universe. X and A still can't cross over due to who owns what, what little comics you get related to said movies are always prequels...
Admittedly my first review request, today I'm reviewing the first Deadpool arc from the most recent series from the dynamic duo of Poshen and Duggan... soon to be endlessly rebooted by MARVEL post Secret Wars 2015 (if it survives MARVEL' s disinterest in holder of all things mutant in...
A look at the current glut of superhero movies and the problem facing all of them. A frustrating look at their repetition and examples of how they should change.
A Production Weekly casting call for ‘Captain America: Civil War’ indicates that Daniel Bruhl will be playing Baron Zemo in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
So you watched yourself some Guardians of the Galaxy and want yourself a bit of Rocket to read... well... there's this. Mind you it might be a bit out of date Rocket but here you go.
Come for the instantly retconned explanation why Venom is in Guardians. Stay for Thanos dropping in on Death's all knowing wading pool... again. Don't forget to wait for Dan Slott to show you the death of... Thespian Spider-Man... Sigh.
In as much I think free comics are the best way to plunge into new titles and get introduced to new things... these four Inifinite Comics don't count... also one of them isn't free.
Ok no more fussing around. We review Eternity Twilight and wrap up Mangaverse Month.
Too Japanese. Not even the Japanese versions of both titles are this Japanese. Also CB Cebulski.
Behold the best worst idea ever. Peter David' The Punisher, unnecessary over mangaized style.
A Final Fantasy reject and a bland generic male lead of a manga romantic comedy walk into a biker bar and are threatened by a painfully thin half dressed succubus with personality issues... as in she needs a personality... Jigglypuff is sure to follow. Gird your loins.
Oh look every pony... it's (Adam) Warren Time... be still my unrealistic expectations.
Avengers Assemble!... an oft used name for many a Avengers title or project... join Zordon Stark and the Mighty Morphin Avengers fighting... Apocalypse... by assembling Iron Megazord for the fate of nothing... Ugh.
It's 2002, I am just getting started reviewing on the internet, and I tackled the then New Marvel Mangaverse.... a short lived idea that had potential but ultimately ran out of time. So let's start off with the opening of Mangaverse month, New Dawn by Ben Dunn.
Spiderman must face the villains Electro and Green Goblin as he continues to solve the mystery of his parent's disappearance. He must also come to terms on how being Spiderman affects those around him.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the adaption of the comic of the same name. Captain America now has to face unknown enemies that will force him to on the run from the very organization he works with. He will have to learn the secrets of a far reaching mystery as well as take do...
Ghost Rider #19-#20? Bad suicide comic. Captain America A Little Help... let's see...
Remember when you saw the Movie Thor and saw the origin of Thor? If that is what you think you've been lied to by Marvel Pictures. The movie Thor had nothing to do with the Origin of Thor... So says Journey into Mystery #83 featuring the origin of Thor.
OK, stop me if you heard this one... a Todd McFarlane character pops up in the Marvel Universe during a crossover looking for her pants...
At long last we review the mental gobbleygook that is Trial of Jean Grey.
So Jennifer walked out of her old job and into private practice... now what.
Sometimes good people make bad comic choices...like create a character whose whole purpose in life is committing suicide... when these bad choices are made I review it, I carry a tablet.
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