Is that Mephisto?! Dude, it has to be Reed Richards, right?! Who is the Power Broker?! Where are the mutants?! Wait, is Kang coming to the party?! When is the No Way Home trailer dropping?! If you haven’t asked any of these questions at least once over the last year, are you even paying attention to Phase Four of the MCU?! I say this in … Continue reading Spider-Man No Way Home Trailer- Variants, The Eye of Agamotto, & Pumpkin Bombs
The world was a much different place in 2018. Thanos had snapped away half of the world’s population, John Krasinski showed us that being quiet could save our lives, Teddy Perkins arrived to give us all nightmares, Bill Hader’s, Barry became our favorite hitman aspiring to act, and July 25, 2018, was the last time we had a new issue of Brian K. Vaughan and … Continue reading Saga- How Maybe the Beloved Comic Could Be Returning Soon… No, Seriously!
It’s been about a week and a half since Loki melted all our minds and fractured the MCU in levels we didn’t think possible. Suddenly Thanos snapping half of existence out of the picture doesn’t seem like the worst thing in the world when compared to the potential of a multiversal collapse, does it? While we have a few weeks to digest what was discussed … Continue reading Wandavision & Loki Finales Sync Up- What Does This Mean For the Multiverse?!
After six looooong weeks, the MCU finally returned last week with the first episode of the much-anticipated Loki or Marvel’s attempt to dip their toe in Doctor Who like storytelling. Sure, for some six weeks isn’t really a long time, but going from zero Marvel content for a year to ten weeks’ worth of content back to none is a bit trying. I’m pretty sure … Continue reading Loki- Yes, The Infinity Stones Mattered
I recently purchased a Marvel Legends Captain America Shield. That’s not a brag, although I suppose it kind of is because the shield is awesome, but it helps give context for the rest of this piece. You probably have figured it out by now, if you’ve been reading this site for the past five years or so, but I love collecting things. Always have. When … Continue reading Falcon and the Winter Soldier- Is The Shield The Show’s True Villain & Can It Be Redeemed?
Monday’s the day of the week that needs the most assistance not to be a bag of suck. Tuesday is great because of tacos and because it’s not Monday. Wednesday gives us comic books and is the halfway mark of the week. Thursday is for getting thirsty, or was when I was in college, and also good for tacos. Friday is the end of the … Continue reading Loki- New Trailer & A Possible Bonkers WandaVision Theory
Geeklings, I’m tired and more than a little worn out (#thankswork). I’ve been on the phone so much this week that I’m starting to lose my voice which is giving me this pre-pubescent/Kathleen Turner-like vibe which no one asked for. All I want to do is sit on my couch with the Mrs., Hudson the Cat, and spark up Godzilla vs Kong. That’s literally all … Continue reading The Young Avengers Are Coming To the MCU, Right?!
As I’m getting older I’m finding that it’s more and more difficult for me to stay up late during the week. There was a time where if I wasn’t up until 11:30 something was wrong. Of course, at the time I was working two jobs and didn’t get home until 9:30 at night. That only gave me like two hours to decompress before I started … Continue reading The Last of Us- HBO Finds Its Ellie & Joel
Episode five of WandaVision sure dropped some drone sized bombshells on us, didn’t it? Also, why are we firing missiles from a drone at children?! I know they might not actually exist but come on, that’s bad form SWORD. Why did you have to wait for Wanda to come outside? If you were intent on firing at her from the jump, why not just blow … Continue reading Did WandaVision Just Set Up A Potential Captain Marvel 2 Conflict?
“Vision, is this really happening?” Near the end of the second episode of Wandavision, Wanda poses this question to Vision as she suddenly goes from being without child to very pregnant in a blink of an eye. Yes, the start of the episode sees the couple pull up the covers so they can “get down” in a classic sitcom trope, but the mathematics of the … Continue reading Wandavision- An Exploration Of Loss, Grief, & and How We Cope