Today, I went to the gym less than half an hour after work for the first time. Usually I wait at least an hour, or on morning shifts, sometimes even until the evening. With this earlier visit, I beat my … Continue reading →
I’m in a bit of a rush, so no introduction today. I picked up Powers of X 1, Fantastic Four 12, Captain America 12 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 96. Here are my first impressions.
From the moment Thanos first appeared in the post credits sequence of the first Avengers movie, everyone knew that the MCU was building up to something even bigger than what we already had. Yet nobody realized how huge the MCU … Continue reading →
The first two phases of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe weren’t all that kind to Thor. As much as I enjoy the first Thor movie, and I still do despite how it hasn’t aged well, I admit that it’s not the best … Continue reading →
Three years after The Avengers graced the movie world, its first sequel came out. Pretty much everyone involved with the first movie returned for Avengers: Age of Ultron, be it writer/director Joss Whedon, all of the core Avenger cast members, … Continue reading →
Here it is, the big one. This is the superhero movie that received more hype than any before or since. The fact that this movie even happened is still kind of amazing. Iron Man kicked off the MCU, and what … Continue reading →
Two months after Iron Man released, Marvel Studios released their second feature film, through Universal Pictures. The Incredible Hulk released in June of 2008, and out of all the MCU movies, this one feels the most separated from the rest. … Continue reading →