After viewing Avengers: Age of Ultron multiple times, I’m going to attempt to address the criticisms lobbied at the film and ultimately, decide if this film is better than it’s predecessor.
If you can’t tell from the title, we’re going to be talking about 2012’s The Avengers and this year’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, so there’s going to be SPOILERS for both films. I discuss the climax and plots of both films at length. Consider yourself warned. Continue reading
Yesterday, Marvel Studios held a press conference where studio-head Kevin Feige announced their upcoming film slate. They had previously announced various planned dates, and I took a guess at what they would ultimately be. Today, I’ll look at the announcements and provide my thoughts on what we learned.
Hold on to your butts… Continue reading
A few weeks ago, Warner Bros. announced their planned releases for their DC Comics-based films. Continue reading
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In anticipation of tonight’s premiere of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season two, I thought it’d be a good time to look back at the show’s first season. Continue reading
In the fifth of my Double Features, directors Akira Kurosawa and Steve McQueen make returns with their respective works, Scandal and Shame. Continue reading
Due to some outside stuff (aka real life) things I’m working on, this week’s Comic Book Reviews and Double Feature posts will be released on Sunday morning.
Yesterday, new concept art emerged from next summer’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, detailing newcomer the Vision. Continue reading
The first week of September brought some fantastic comics, including the debuts of Dark Horse’s Concrete Park: R-E-S-P-E-C-T and Image’s God Hates Astronauts. As always click the links below for the individual reviews.
Avengers World #12
Concrete Park: R-E-S-P-E-C-T #1
God Hates Astronauts #1
Rocket Raccoon #3
Swamp Thing: Future’s End #1
Oh, I’m sorry, you didn’t get enough crazy with your coffee? Here. Read God Hates Astronauts. Even if you don’t drink coffee. Manic, shocking, absurd – all are great ways to describe Ryan Browne’s God Hates Astronauts. Another word to describe it? Fantastic. Continue reading
She-Hulk continues to rise to the top of Marvel’s publishing line, as writer Charles Soule draws upon his background as a lawyer to give her adventures unlike almost any other hero. As She-Hulk prepares to defend Captain America in the courtroom, she finds herself in conflict with another costumed vigilante. Continue reading