These days, an Avengers product would be top of the line. However, back in the mid-90s, the Avengers were decidedly second-class.
Seeing the reports about the disagreement between Sony and Disney when it comes to who owns Spider-Man has left me feeling indifferent.
The Failure of the DCEU and the Reliable Value of the Unpredictable
Lets talk Iron Man!
Applying a superhero hierarchy.
Avengers: Infinity War came with a lot of hype and buzz, and delivered a record box office, eclipsing the previous record for worldwide opening by a staggering $100M.
Netflix’s and Marvel’s The Defenders is underwhelming, underpowered, and unimpressive. And yet, it might one day not be.
Shared Universes are a recommendation algorithm and a sequel factory and our enjoyment or lack thereof doesn’t really factor in.
A good time at the movies, “Civil War” doesn’t take enough risks to be a great one.
It’s graduation season, so cue one of the best commencement speeches of them all: DFW’s Kenyon college address has been made into a short movie.
Tony Stark suffers from PTSD, Pepper Pots is mad because he bought her a giant stuffed rabbit for Christmas, and an enigmatic terrorist called the Mandarin is taking responsibility for supposed suicide bombings in...
The first Saturday of every May comic book publishers prepare several special issues to be given away at stores all over the country for free. You walk into the store (you can locate yours...
At various times during the past 24 hours I’ve tried to log in to ComiXology on my tablet with no success. That was, of course, because of a recent announcement Marvel made at SXSW....
“They’re a mash-up; they’re insane,” Whedon says. “But the beauty of that is as exciting as the problem of that is daunting.” Marvel’s The Avengers is an impressive monster. A juggernaut at the box...