Black Widow- Taskmaster & the Multiverse

When Marvel Studios announced that their first film in the much-hyped Phase Four, the post Endgame era, would be a Black Widow movie it raised a few eyebrows. For some, it seemed a little late, even before we take the events of Endgame into consideration, and that doing a Black Widow movie now seemed to miss the window of a prime release. Now once you … Continue reading Black Widow- Taskmaster & the Multiverse

Pull List- National Comic Book Day, All the Ghost Riders, and Deadly Class Back In Session

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! And what a fine New Comic Book Day it is. I’m still riding the high from the surprise El Camino trailer yesterday and that has made for a most excellent transition into the excitement for new comics. Granted, none of today’s comics deal with a chemistry teacher who gets lung cancer and becomes a … Continue reading Pull List- National Comic Book Day, All the Ghost Riders, and Deadly Class Back In Session

The Next Group of Avengers

Avengers Endgame is the end of an era. Eleven years of film making. Twenty-two movies within one connected cinematic universe. Everything we’ve been watching has been leading to this moment right here. Our original six Avengers are looking to avenge their fallen heroes and friends. To avenge a world that is left in complete disarray because Thor forgot to aim for the head. Thanos caught him monologuing and … Continue reading The Next Group of Avengers

Pull List- A New Chapter For Ms. Marvel, Grim Batman, & More Than Meets the Eye

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! And let me tell you something, I really needed this pick me up. Yesterday I was still basking in the glow of Captain Marvel goodness wanting to watch all things MCU… at once. Then as I was working on a column I got a text informing me that the New York Football Giants traded … Continue reading Pull List- A New Chapter For Ms. Marvel, Grim Batman, & More Than Meets the Eye

Captain Marvel Review- The MCU’s Future is Bright

After twenty films and ten years, Marvel Studios seems to be virtually unstoppable. 2018 might possibly be the studios best year yet seeing Black Panther not only change the superhero culture but also receive the studios first Oscar nomination which is no small feet. How does one follow that up, how about with a movie that brings together the last ten years of storytelling in one massive picture celebrating achievements that … Continue reading Captain Marvel Review- The MCU’s Future is Bright