Editor’s Note: The struggle of being a Marvel fangirl is real. In this week’s episode, we discuss the amazing things the Marvel Cinematic and Television Universe (Logan, Legion)has given us. Along with the unfortunate pitfalls (and culture appropriation) i.e. Dr. Strange and Iron Fist.
Editor’s Note: In our on-going, slow, tea sipping review of the Luke Cage Netflix series we jump back, throw back into Luke’s past and get some much-anticipated information on why Luke is the way he is.
Editor’s Note: In this review of Marvel’s Luke Cage series episode: Who’s Gonna Take the Weight? we dive into the importance of Pop in Luke’s life and how it propels him to become the person he is meant to be.
When I first heard that a Doctor Strange movie was in the works my first reaction was: “Isn’t he that wizard?”
I didn’t know anything substantial about Doctor Strange beyond that. So I began to research and by the end, I was muttering, “Can they even make a decent movie from that?” Because Doctor Strange is mind-trippy. To pull it off in comic book form where our imaginations can fill in the blank spots is one thing. To pull if off on screen is a different matter.
Editor’s Note: Any and all characters mentioned are property of Marvel along with any samples of audio we used during this podcast. BEWARE OF SPOILERS THERE ARE A LOT.
Captain America: Civil War is a superhero movie that critics and audiences agreed were good. Watching the movie it is easy to understand why.
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