Kevin Feige Wants Patrick Stewart to Play Professor X when the X-Men Join the MCU!

In a recent interview, Patrick Stewart revealed, "I met with Kevin Feige a couple of months ago and we had long, long conversations.” But the most intriguing part? According to Stewart, "there have been moves and suggestions, which include Charles Xavier." Wouldn’t it be amazing? When the X-Men show up in the MCU, we see Patrick Stewart as Professor X shaking hands with Doctor Strange. It would be incredible—a moment in the making since 1999....
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Kevin Feige Wants Patrick Stewart to Play Professor X when the X-Men Join the MCU!

Marvel’s Avengers Game Delayed, Second Delay for Square Enix in 2020

Here we are, just weeks in 2020, and another major game is pushed back to the second half of the year. News of the Marvel’s Avengers game delayed isn’t necessarily surprising. In a lot of ways, the move to delay a game to improve its final product is all but routine. Not to mention, a move like this is necessary given the social media landscape we live in today.  When is the Marvel’s Avengers Game...
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Marvel’s Avengers Game Delayed, Second Delay for Square Enix in 2020

On Blue Monday, We Remember Even Superheroes Can Suffer From Depression

Daredevil, Mister Miracle, Silver Surfer, Batman, Jessica Jones, Harley Quinn—what do these heroes have in common? They all superheroes suffering from some form of depression. And they aren’t alone. To this list, we can also add Thor, Deadpool, Renée Montoya, Wolverine, Cyclops, Hulk, Punisher, Captain America, Martian Manhunter, Joker, Moon Knight and even Superman. Over the past 30-40 years, writers and artists have explored the complexity of the superhero and their sufferings. But why? What’s...
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On Blue Monday, We Remember Even Superheroes Can Suffer From Depression

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Kevin Feige Wants Patrick Stewart to Play Professor X when the X-Men Join the MCU!

In a recent interview, Patrick Stewart revealed, “I met with Kevin Feige a couple of months ago and we had long, long conversations.” But the most intriguing part? According to Stewart, “there have been moves and suggestions, which include Charles Xavier.” Wouldn’t it be amazing? When the X-Men show up in the MCU, we see […]

BY Roman Colombo January 20, 2020
Marvel’s Avengers Game Delayed, Second Delay for Square Enix in 2020

Here we are, just weeks in 2020, and another major game is pushed back to the second half of the year. News of the Marvel’s Avengers game delayed isn’t necessarily surprising. In a lot of ways, the move to delay a game to improve its final product is all but routine. Not to mention, a […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 20, 2020
On Blue Monday, We Remember Even Superheroes Can Suffer From Depression

Daredevil, Mister Miracle, Silver Surfer, Batman, Jessica Jones, Harley Quinn—what do these heroes have in common? They all superheroes suffering from some form of depression. And they aren’t alone. To this list, we can also add Thor, Deadpool, Renée Montoya, Wolverine, Cyclops, Hulk, Punisher, Captain America, Martian Manhunter, Joker, Moon Knight and even Superman. Over […]

BY Roman Colombo January 20, 2020
Why Joker Is the Wrong Film to Represent Comic Book Movies at Awards Shows Like the Oscars

When the 2020 Oscar nominations were announced Todd Phillips’ Joker won a few nods, surprising no one . It garnered almost a dozen nominations in categories like Best Picture or Director to Sound Mixing or Makeup and Hairstyling. Comic book movies have long sought recognition from awards shows like the Oscars, and Joker got it. […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 20, 2020
Dolittle Is a Little Crazy, but the Good Kind of Crazy That Kids Will Love: Review

While watching Dolittle, I found myself thinking of another movie, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen directed by Terry Gilliam. That movie was a box office bomb, and the adults in my life hated it. Now, if one is going to review Dolittle starring Robert Downey Jr. in his first post-Avengers role, perhaps comparing it to […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 20, 2020
New Series Walking Dead: World Beyond Cancelled Before It Even Premieres (Kind Of)

The untitled spin-off of AMC’s beloved zombie franchise will be a short-lived series in the massive franchise the network hopes to keep going. Walking Dead: World Beyond is, essentially, a limited series. The show will premiere on AMC on April 12, 2020, but it will only run for two seasons. This seems like a bold […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 19, 2020
Parasite Review – A Theatrical Showcase About The Human Experience

Parasite was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar earlier this month. Though the nomination will certainly help the film increase its popularity, we can’t imagine that you hadn’t already heard its name. The film has been making waves in the world of cinema since its release in the fall of 2019. However, somehow, despite all of […]

BY Meghan Hale January 19, 2020
Dawn of X Wave Two: What We Know So Far

The first wave of Dawn of X titles must have been even more successful than Marvel anticipated because wave two is shaping up to be even bigger. In Wave 1, we had X-Men, New Mutants, Marauders, Excalibur, X-Force, and Fallen Angels. These six titles set the groundwork for the future of mutantkind. For wave two, […]

BY Roman Colombo January 19, 2020
Why Is Cyberpunk 2077 Delayed?: Details on the Biggest Game of 2020

BeingThere are a lot of weird things that happen during the end of a console cycle. For one, developers and publishers start to work on games for the unreleased, future consoles. Usually, that means the current generation consoles sort of get left in limbo. It’s a weird period of time, but one thing left gamers […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 19, 2020
Oscar Isaac To Produce And Star In ‘The Great Machine’ An Adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan’s Ex Machina

An adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan’s ‘Ex Machina’ series of graphic novels is in the works. The film will star Oscar Isaac, who will also produce the film. The title of the film will be The Great Machine. Legendary opted to change the title in order to avoid mixing it up with the sci-fi film Ex Machina […]

BY Emily O'Donnell January 18, 2020
Left 4 Dead 3 Rumors Ended in Valve Statement

It’s funny to think about the state of gaming rumors today. On the one hand, it’s wonderful having so many people looking into the latest news in gaming. Of course, this is going to come with a number of false rumors and unfounded speculations. Here at Comic Years, we try very hard to not report […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 18, 2020
Christopher Tolkien: Master of Middle-Earth

JRR Tolkien is often credited as the father of modern fantasy…because he is. There’s not a single fantasy book today that owes something The Lord of the Rings. Even the fantasy books that are “anti-Lord of the Rings” still can’t exist without what the former. Yet as much as JRR Tolkien’s stories changed the face […]

BY Roman Colombo January 18, 2020
Joe Manganiello Schools Patients in Dungeons and Dragons at Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital

He’s been a sexy werewolf, a sexy dancer, and (arguably) a sexy Deathstroke in Justice League. Yet, Joe Manganiello is also a big-time fan of tabletop role-playing games, as well as a board member for hospital for children in his hometown. Last year, Joe Manganiello donated a bunch of Dungeons and Dragons starter kits to […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 18, 2020
Oscar Snubs Are A Yearly Reminder That Hollywood Isn’t Changing Fast Enough

One of the most recent films that I’ve watched is The Farewell, directed by Lulu Wang. The film tells the intimate and authentic story of a young woman who must come to terms with cultural differences and how they affect her family. It’s beautiful, heartbreaking and full of touching performances. And I’m certainly not the only person […]

BY Meghan Hale January 17, 2020
Taika Waititi In Talks to Direct Star Wars Movie: Report

Since directing Thor: Ragnarok in 2017, Taika Waititi is in the midst of a “moment.” His character, Korg, was a part of Avengers: Endgame, and he’s signed on for the fourth film Thor: Love and Thunder. He released the stunning film Jojo Rabbit, a darling at the Golden Globes and Oscar nominations. He also ended […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 17, 2020
HBO and Damon Lindelof Aren’t Moving Forward with Watchmen Season 2

Fan’s and critics both loved HBO’s Watchmen, and seemed to end on a cliffhanger that demanded a second season—or did it? But despite the success of the first season, Damon Lindelof, the show’s creator and runner, isn’t interested in making a second season. And since Lindelof isn’t interested in making Watchmen Season 2, neither is […]

BY Roman Colombo January 17, 2020
Christopher Tolkien Passes Into The Undying Lands, Dies At Age 95

Christopher Tolkien, the son of author J.R.R. Tolkien died on Thursday at the age of 95. Christopher was the third and youngest son of the legendary fantasy author, and the literary executor of the Tolkien estate. He also helped edit and publish much of Tolkien’s posthumous works such as The Silmarillion and The Children of […]

BY Emily O'Donnell January 17, 2020
The Witcher Voice Actor Joins Efforts of Gaming Mental Health Charity

There are a lot of perks to working in Hollywood, or at least the entertainment industry as a whole. In our society, wealth and fame are sort of like a superpower. If you have this power, then you can choose to use your powers for good, or keep them to yourself. In a world brimming […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 16, 2020
The 10 Best New Anime Of The Decade

The 10 best anime of the decade come from wide range of genres. There were anime from fantasy, superhero & horror that ruled the past decade.

BY Shah Shahid January 16, 2020
Four Roku Channels You Can Add to Bolster Your Forgotten Classic Movies Streaming Collection

The Streaming Wars are in full swing, with original contenders like Netflix and upcoming contenders like Disney+ vying for an audience. Streaming apps are an amazing technological advancement in entertainment. Today, people can watch almost whatever they want to at a moment’s notice. And, because of the way the pricing works, you can subscribe to […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 16, 2020
Marvel’s Avengers Game Delayed, Second Delay for Square Enix in 2020

Here we are, just weeks in 2020, and another major game is pushed back to the second half of the year. News of the Marvel’s Avengers game delayed isn’t necessarily surprising. In a lot of ways, the move to delay a game to improve its final product is all but routine. Not to mention, a […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 20, 2020
Why Is Cyberpunk 2077 Delayed?: Details on the Biggest Game of 2020

BeingThere are a lot of weird things that happen during the end of a console cycle. For one, developers and publishers start to work on games for the unreleased, future consoles. Usually, that means the current generation consoles sort of get left in limbo. It’s a weird period of time, but one thing left gamers […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 19, 2020
Left 4 Dead 3 Rumors Ended in Valve Statement

It’s funny to think about the state of gaming rumors today. On the one hand, it’s wonderful having so many people looking into the latest news in gaming. Of course, this is going to come with a number of false rumors and unfounded speculations. Here at Comic Years, we try very hard to not report […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 18, 2020
The Witcher Voice Actor Joins Efforts of Gaming Mental Health Charity

There are a lot of perks to working in Hollywood, or at least the entertainment industry as a whole. In our society, wealth and fame are sort of like a superpower. If you have this power, then you can choose to use your powers for good, or keep them to yourself. In a world brimming […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 16, 2020

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Kevin Feige Wants Patrick Stewart to Play Professor X when the X-Men Join the MCU!

In a recent interview, Patrick Stewart revealed, “I met with Kevin Feige a couple of months ago and we had long, long conversations.” But the most intriguing part? According to Stewart, “there have been moves and suggestions, which include Charles Xavier.” Wouldn’t it be amazing? When the X-Men show up in the MCU, we see […]

BY Roman Colombo January 21, 2020
Marvel’s Avengers Game Delayed, Second Delay for Square Enix in 2020

Here we are, just weeks in 2020, and another major game is pushed back to the second half of the year. News of the Marvel’s Avengers game delayed isn’t necessarily surprising. In a lot of ways, the move to delay a game to improve its final product is all but routine. Not to mention, a […]

BY Taylor Bauer January 20, 2020
On Blue Monday, We Remember Even Superheroes Can Suffer From Depression

Daredevil, Mister Miracle, Silver Surfer, Batman, Jessica Jones, Harley Quinn—what do these heroes have in common? They all superheroes suffering from some form of depression. And they aren’t alone. To this list, we can also add Thor, Deadpool, Renée Montoya, Wolverine, Cyclops, Hulk, Punisher, Captain America, Martian Manhunter, Joker, Moon Knight and even Superman. Over […]

BY Roman Colombo January 20, 2020
Why Joker Is the Wrong Film to Represent Comic Book Movies at Awards Shows Like the Oscars

When the 2020 Oscar nominations were announced Todd Phillips’ Joker won a few nods, surprising no one . It garnered almost a dozen nominations in categories like Best Picture or Director to Sound Mixing or Makeup and Hairstyling. Comic book movies have long sought recognition from awards shows like the Oscars, and Joker got it. […]

BY Joshua M. Patton January 20, 2020