Well, everyone, it’s finally over. Nine weeks, six decades of sitcoms, twists and turns around every corner, and it’s over. We’re at the series finale of WandaVision. So, did we get everything that we wanted out of the series finale? No, we didn’t. My theory about Pietro turned out to be wrong, but more on that later. But unlike some shows whose series finales can leave us disappointed (*cough* Game of Thrones *cough*), there’s not much to be dissappointed about here. It’s Marvel; we know that there’s going to be more to the story later on, so the story will continue. Ergo, I’m reviewing each part of the finale and where the show goes from here. It’s series finale time.
Harley Quinn and Ivy’s roles are reversed in the third episode of Season 2. As Harley hires Catwoman to help them steal a weapon, Ivy comes to terms with how her life’s turned out.
My Favorite Comic Book Series After 29 days, we’ve finally arrived at this moment. I haven’t read as much of Marvel Comics as I want to; I chalk the rest … Continue Reading Marvel 30-Day Challenge, Day 29
I got confused by the criteria for today’s challenge, as I’m not sure what it means by “favorite comic time period.” In my view, that either means the run for a specific author or comic book series, or an era of comics in general. I’m going with the latter in this case for Marvel Comics, as there’s only one time period I consider my favorite.
There’s a rule in comic books: no one stays dead except for Uncle Ben. Doesn’t meant that there can’t be a memorable comic book death, though.
We interrupt this blog post for a special DPNB: Deadpool News Bulletin!
If you know what I am talking about here (without reading this), then congrats. I hereby certify as an X-Pert on the X-Men.
I don’t really know any divas in Marvel’s arsenal, so I came up with the closest one I can think of.
We say goodbye to Stan Lee.