In case you were wondering how far Thanos’ snap from Avengers: Infinity War extended, apparently all the way in Springfield because the Simpson’s weren’t immune to its effects. Which makes sense when you think about since Disney purchased the assets of 20th Century Fox, which includes The Simpsons. Advertisements
I recently cut a reaction trailer for the recently released Captain Marvel: Special Look (2019), where in my somewhat meandering fashion, I discuss not only why I haven’t seen Aquaman but why I prefer superhero movies from Marvel Studios. Agree? Disagree? Let me know in the Down Below.
And I know bumblebees don’t sting, but work with me. According to Superherohype Paramount’s Bumblebee has overtaken Warner Bros. Aquaman in international markets. For reasons I’m not entirely sure Aquaman has been performing particularly well, outgrossing Justice League and Wonder Woman cumulatively. Which I find vexing. Part of the issue is that I’ve become accustomed […]
Admittedly, most petitions of this nature are a waste of time, such as the effort to release the Zach Snyder cut of Justice League. First, there’s no evidence such a thing actually exists (there was likely an assembly cut of the movie shown to Warner Bros executives at various times, to give them an idea where […]
I’ve stated my concerns about Marvel Television’s The Punisher recently in reference to the teaser trailer released just a day or so ago and my feelings haven’t at all changed with the release of the full trailer. In other words Jon Bernthal is a great Punisher though I get the feeling this series is not […]
With a second season of Marvel’s The Punisher (as well as a third of Jessica Jones) coming I’m mildly apprehensive about it’s chances. Not because of issues of watchability–though all the Marvel series on Netflix tend to run three episodes too many–but because of what from the outside looks like some sort of power struggle […]
You might be saying to yourself: ‘Wtf!?’ ‘Mysterio’ doesn’t start with an ‘A?’ Ah! But when you think about it, Mysterio is one of the most awesome villains in Spidey’s rogues gallery, so it’s a fitting accolade. Created in 1964 by Steve Ditko and Stan Lee, Mysterio first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #13 and […]