Thor: Love and Thunder Review No one wants to say it, but plenty know it’s true: the MCU lacks direction post-Endgame. With Phase Four focused on the post-Thanos world, it … Continue Reading ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ is a Fun & Silly Waste of Time
Jay’s List of Some of the Best Things to Happen in 2021 When 2020 finally came to an end, people had more reasons to celebrate than normal; after all, 2020 … Continue Reading 2021 Was A Good Year In Spite of COVID-19
With the fate of the multiverse in the balance, only one team of heroes can save it: the Multiversal Avengers assemble!
The first major threat to the multiverse has reared its metal head. In a universe where Ultron won, things get so dire, not even the Watcher may be able to stay out of it!
In the weirdest episode of What If…? yet, we see an alternate version of Thor become a total party god. And it’s hilarious
In an alternate reality, Killmonger prevents Tony Stark’s abduction and transformation into Iron Man. And the Marvel What If…? series has its first full-on dud.
This week on Marvel What If…?, when the Zombie Apocalypse hits the universe, our only hope is…Spider-Man.
t finally happened. After four episodes, our trip into the new MCU Multiverse has taken viewers to a Universe where there’s no happy ending. No light at the end of the tunnel! Everything that can go wrong does go wrong! And this week, the Watcher shows us a reality where Doctor Strange loses it, and everyone suffers as a result.
The Avengers were supposed to be Earth’s mightiest heroes, but this week’s What If…? asks what would happen if they never rose?
With the Internet set ablaze by the recent teaser trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, and what Spidey may have to do to get his identity back under … The … Continue Reading The First Time The World Forgot About Spider-Man
In 2020, the entertainment world was stunned by the sudden death of Chadwick Boseman, famous for his role as the Black Panther in the MCU. Before he died, though, he recorded lines for T’Challa for Marvel What if…? In this first outing, T’Challa becomes a legendary space outlaw rather than the Black Panther.
There are two great tools to storytelling: what if? and the multiverse theory. The other great tool of any storyteller is, fittingly, the multiverse theory. The idea of an infinitely expanding number of universes lends itself perfectly to this. And the MCU looks ready to capitalize on the concept that’s been present in Marvel Comics for decades. With the end of the first season of Loki throwing the gates to the Multiverse wide open, fans of the MCU get their first glimpse into these new realities with the new animated series “What If…?” For its first outing, we get a fun, but relatively safe, story involving Peggy Carter.
Thanks to COVID-19, it’s been more than two years since the MCU graced movie theaters. And while that problem was somewhat allieviated by the string of MCU shows on Disney+, it’s no substitute for sitting in theaters and waiting for the post-credits scene with your friends and family. This weekend, though, that drought came to an end with the arrival of Black Widow. This was a film that was long overdue for the titular hero in more ways than one.
The Falcon Captain America and the Winter Soldier Episode 6 Review Doggone it, Marvel. You’re hitting us right in the feels with this one. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier … Continue Reading Sam Wilson is the New Captain America
You know, when I first saw Steve Rogers hand the Falcon the shield and wanted him to be his successor, I didn’t think much of it. I thought that Sam or Bucky were the best choices to be Captain America. I didn’t even give the fact that Sam’s African-American a second thought. However, the events of the last few years have reminded America that we are still struggling to deal with our racist past. And it’s something we’ll likely keep struggling with for a long time. However, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier reminded us of something important in its penultimate chapter. That if keep feeling sorry about our past, we’ll never fix anything. And this week, the Falcon and Winter Soldier learn to stop being sorry for themselves.
Do you ever ask yourself why Captain America’s tool of choice is a shield? I have two ideas why. Firstly, it makes him look like a total badass. More importantly, though, the shield isn’t meant to kill. It’s meant to protect. That fits perfectly with Steve Rogers’ personality. Today, though? Today, we saw John Walker, the US Government’s choice for Captain America, disgrace the shield. John Walker, you disgust me.