LOKI – For All Time. Always. | TV Review

The first season of Loki has reached its climax with “For All Time. Always.” It’s a finale that has huge implications for the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as Loki. Loki and Sylvie have arrived at the Citadel at the End of Time and prepare to confront the person behind the TVA and Time Keepers. They… Continue reading LOKI – For All Time. Always. | TV Review

LOKI – The Nexus Event | TV Review

‘The Nexus Event’ returns Loki back to its grand roots are a smaller, character-driven episode ‘Lamentis.’   Loki and Sylvie’s fate seems sealed after The Ark on Lamentis gets destroyed. However, they are able to cause a major Nexus Event and get arrested by the TVA. When in TVA custody Loki tries to prove to Mobius that… Continue reading LOKI – The Nexus Event | TV Review

LOKI – Lamentis | TV Review

After the exciting conclusion of ‘The Variant’, the third episode of Loki sees our favorite Norse trickster team up with an alternative version of himself. The Variant, AKA Lady Loki, AKA Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) has sent a lot of time reset charges across the points in time and she goes to TVA with the aim to kill the Time Keepers. Her… Continue reading LOKI – Lamentis | TV Review

LOKI – Glorious Purpose | TV Review

Loki is the latest Marvel show to hit Disney+, this one focusing on the MCU’s popular anti-hero. “Glorious Purpose” is the best opening episode so far for a Marvel show. During the Avengers’ Time Heist a past version of Loki was able to escape with the Tesseract. However, Loki gets apprehended immediately by the Time Variance Authority… Continue reading LOKI – Glorious Purpose | TV Review

THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – The Truth | TV Review

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has reached its penultimate episode. It’s a case of the calm before the storm as the show resolves some of the storylines before the climax. “The Truth” picks up where “The Whole World is Watching” left off with the new Captain America snapping and killing a man in public. The… Continue reading THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – The Truth | TV Review

THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – The Whole World is Watching | TV Review

Following the events in Madripoor, the episode “The Whole World is Watching” takes the titular characters to the Latvian capital where the show feels like it’s spinning its wheels. Sam and Bucky continue their search for Karli Morgenthau (Erin Kellyman), believing that finding the location for a funeral would be their best chance. But they face… Continue reading THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – The Whole World is Watching | TV Review

THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – The Star-Spangled Man | TV Review

After the bait-and-switch of the first episode, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s second episode was more in line with the trailer. It was a more humorous, buddy-comedy whilst still keeping the spy-thriller story. John Walker (Wyatt Russell) has been revealed to the world as the new Captain America. This shocks Bucky who believed that Sam… Continue reading THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – The Star-Spangled Man | TV Review

WANDAVISION – The Series Finale | TV Review

WandaVision has reached its conclusion with an action-packed episode which had reveals that will be important for future Marvel projects. Agatha holds Wanda’s son hostage, forcing Wanda to use her powers against the more experienced witch: something Agatha wants to happen. S.W.O.R.D. has sent in the resurrected body into Westview to take down Wanda, leading to… Continue reading WANDAVISION – The Series Finale | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Breaking the Fourth Wall | TV Review

The seventh episode of Wandavision was the most psychological entry in the series so far as Wanda has to deal with the consequences of her actions. Wanda has expanded the boundaries of the hex to save Vision’s life (again). However, she has fallen into a deep depression that has resulted in her fantasy world glitching and Agnes… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Breaking the Fourth Wall | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Now in Color | TV Review

WandaVision has moved forward to the 1970s with Wanda and Vision continuing to live the suburban dream with the arrival of a child. “Now in Color” picks up where “Don’t Turn That Dial” left off: Wanda is suddenly four months pregnant and turned the world of the suburbs from the black-and-white ‘60s to the colorful ‘70s.… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Now in Color | TV Review

11 Potential Ways To Introduce The X-Men Into The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Due to Disney buying 20th Century Fox the X-Men and all the mutants are coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Which means some of the most popular Marvel characters are going to be in the same cinematic world as The Hulk, Thor, and Captain Marvel. But the world of the X-Men is extensive, and the… Continue reading 11 Potential Ways To Introduce The X-Men Into The Marvel Cinematic Universe

SDCC: Watch The Highlights From Marvel Studios’ Hall H Panel

Saturday night in Hall H at Comic-Con International in San Diego, Marvel Studios’ President Kevin Feige officially announced the lineup of feature films for the next two years and shared exciting information on the brand new Marvel Studios’ series created exclusively for Disney+, Disney’s upcoming streaming service launching in the U.S. on November 12. To… Continue reading SDCC: Watch The Highlights From Marvel Studios’ Hall H Panel

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Is A Superhero Film For The “Fake News” Era

Spider-Man: Far From Home is out next week, and if you didn’t already think Tom Holland made the perfect Peter Parker, this flick will make you a believer. Fear not: this review is spoiler-free! While on a school trip to Europe, Peter is recruited by Nick Fury to help take down The Elementals alongside Mysterio,… Continue reading SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Is A Superhero Film For The “Fake News” Era

BLACK PANTHER Wins Three Oscars At The 2019 Academy Awards

BLACK PANTHER is a comic book film, and it is now an Oscar winner. While it didn’t sweep the Oscars, the Marvel movie did scoop up a few trophies at the 91st Academy Awards ceremony. It did win Best Costume Design and Best Production Design. What’s more, composer Ludwig Goransson is now the winner of… Continue reading BLACK PANTHER Wins Three Oscars At The 2019 Academy Awards

Could BLACK PANTHER Win The Academy Award For Best Picture?

  Marvel Studios has had an amazing 2018, especially where King T’Challa is concerned. Black Panther would go on to become the highest grossing Marvel film domestically, as well as making Chadwick Boseman an A-list star. A few months later, T’Challa would appear in Avengers; Infinity War and perish at the hands of Thanos’ “snap.”… Continue reading Could BLACK PANTHER Win The Academy Award For Best Picture?