Tag Archives: Marvel Cinematic Universe

Just a Girl: a Captain Marvel Review

The stage is set. Avengers: Endgame looms on the horizon, its plot shrouded in mystery, following on the heels of Infinity War, a gargantuan (or, some would say, titanic) crossover epic. In between the two films, the Marvel Cinematic Universe … Continue reading

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Avengers: #InfinityWarTrailer

Time to take a look at what next big thing Marvel has in store for us. Okay, we’re going to open with a bit of recap to Avengers 1…

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Thor: Ragnarok, a review

If you know Norse mythology, you know that Ragnarok is basically the doom of Asgard. It is the end of all things. Can Thor, god of thunder, stop the cataclysm from happening? Going by the first minutes of the film, … Continue reading

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Marvel at #SDCC 2017: Captain Marvel, Thor, and Infinity War

This probably qualifies as being geeky enough for our readership: a quick look at some of what the Marvel Cinematic Universe had at San Diego Comic Con this year. This is “some,” in part, because they dropped an Infinity War … Continue reading

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Black Panther Trailer Reaction

Welcome back to the Marvel Cinematic universe. The next trailer for the movie after next is here. And now: Black Panther.

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Review: Doctor Strange

For those of you who do not know the strange tale of the good Doctor, Dr. Stephen Strange starts out as a neurosurgeon, but is really Tony Stark with a medical degree. In this case, he’s Benedict Cumberbatch, with an … Continue reading

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Where does Marvel go from Civil War?

Everything below will spoil the franchise to date. If you’ve seen Civil War, the only spoilers will be speculation I might get correct. Also, spoilers for a comic book here or there. Now that Doctor Strange is nearly upon us, it is time … Continue reading

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Marvel’s Iron Fist Trailer

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Daredevil Panel with Charlie Cox @DragonCon, 2016

And, if you like Martial Arts, you might want to check out my Sad Puppy and Dragon Award Nominated Novel Honor at Stake by clicking this link. And … enjoy.

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A Flight of Dragon Awards

DragonCon is a convention that takes place every year over the Labor Day weekend in downtown Atlanta, GA. It is, by all accounts, the largest sci-fi and fantasy convention on the planet Earth. If you don’t believe me, their minimum … Continue reading

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New Luke Cage Trailer

I apparently have timing. I finally review Daredevil Season 2, and then the new Luke Cage Trailer comes out. Pardon me, but I have to say this…. Ahem…. I AM POWER MAN! [Cue Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man”]

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Review: Daredevil Season 2

While I know that Daredevil, season 2 came out in March, better late than never. To be honest, I’m not entirely certain what to make of this season, and perhaps you’ll see why by the end. The season was strange, … Continue reading

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SDCC Unveils Marvel Netflix Shows

San Diego Comic Con is here, and Marvel is coming out guns a blazing. To start with, Luke Cage, coming out on September 30th. Yes, much like Jessica Jones, Luke Cage seems to be a hero who doesn’t want the … Continue reading

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Novel Ninja Review of Captain America: Civil War

If you’re looking for a review of the latest MCU movie, I have one up at my writing/editing blog, Novel Ninja. I tend to do most of my reviews over there, but I don’t always link to them here. The other … Continue reading

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A Review of Marvel’s Jessica Jones

Is there anything in Marvel’s Jessica Jones that’s worth watching? Yes, but bring a shovel, because you’ll have to dig for it. Continue reading

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The Catholic Geek: Pirates and Alternate history 11/15

Description Host Declan Finn (Honor at Stake) will be talking with Fred Heimbach on alternate history, including his latest book, The Devil’s Dictum, where the United States of America was founded by pirates. Frederick Gero Heimbach’s fiction has appeared at … Continue reading

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Agents of SHIELD renewed

The only question is … why is it renewed? In case you haven’t heard, I’m quite, quite done with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.  Period. If you ditched this series to the curb by now, know that (with Fox holding the license to … Continue reading

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Agent Carter Review

If you’re unfamiliar with the show Agent Carter, it’s a Marvel-based TV show that’s a sequel to the movie Captain America: The First Avenger and a prequel for the show Agents of SHIELD. It follows the eponymous Peggy Carter as she navigates the … Continue reading

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Captain America: Brother Against Brother

The United States Civil War is often described as being a conflict wherein brother fought brother. It’s a poetic description, but as accurate as only poetry can be. It is both literally and metaphorically true. Marvel Comics’ Civil War event, a … Continue reading

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Jessica Jones is Not a Morning Person

We take a break from Pope Francis coverage (because you can be certain that that topic isn’t over just yet, even if it feels like it’s been done to death) to cover the other half of our blog title. Yes, Marvel … Continue reading

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