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Professor X in Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness? Well…

Looks like a concept artist read my X-men Vs Avengers movie showdown and wants to troll me. See, in that article, I suggested that Strange and/or Wanda could take down the Fox version of Professor […]

October 5, 2021
New Eternals Trailer Shows LGBTQ+ Representation

A new Eternals trailer shows LGBTQ+ representation and fans are so excited to meet the MCU’s first openly gay family. Jack Kirby created the Eternals comics in the 1970s (and we wrote about the history of the Eternals […]

October 5, 2021
X-Men Marauders Not Canceled! New Creative Team Taking Over After Inferno

Considering that Marvel’s December 2021 solicitation for Marauders #27 says – in all caps – ”THE SUN SETS ON THE MARAUDERS,” it’s easy to see why fans thought Marvel had canceled the popular series. Kate […]

October 5, 2021
Tony Leung Coming Back To MCU: A Shang-Chi Conversation With Cultural Consultant Jeff Yang

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has been kicking butt at the box office and continues to prove the naysayers wrong. It has an A- on Rotten Tomatoes (what would Simu Liu’s parents say […]

October 4, 2021
COMICSPop Culture
A History Of Comic Books: Dark And Modern Ages

Every September 25, fans, collectors, readers, and creatives come together to celebrate National Comic Book Day. While comic books have been around since the late 19th century, the comics that we know today have gone […]

October 2, 2021
X-Men Vs Avengers Movie Franchise Showdown Could Only End One Way…

Ever since the advent of superheroes, we wondered who would win if our favorite heroes battled it out. The original ultimate showdown, of course, is Batman Vs Superman (Or V if you’re so inclined). Since […]

October 1, 2021
Spoiler-Free Review: Venom: Let There Be Carnage Recaptures Charm Of Original Movie

The new Marvel and Sony movie Venom: Let There Be Carnage is both hotly anticipated and a film that still benefits from low expectations. I expected the 2018 original to be a disaster or, at […]

September 30, 2021
DC ComicsReviewsTV Shows
Titans Takes Useless Detour Into Troubled Water In Latest Episode

This season of Titans on HBOMax is a high point for the series, but latest episode “Troubled Water,” is the low point. At the center of the episode is a premise that’s so preposterous it […]

September 30, 2021
DC ComicsReviewsTV Shows
Doom Patrol Shows It’s As Amazing And Strange As Ever With Zombie Episode

The season 3 premiere episodes of Doom Patrol did double-duty. They wrapped up the story from the season 2 finale and set the residents of Doom Manor on a new path. (They also worked in […]

September 30, 2021
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