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Author Archives: Chris Fox
Ok, Awards Season is over and the Olympics are over, so, hopefully that means we will be getting more than one new episode of AoS a month. On the one hand, the show has been trying to build momentum but … Continue reading
Editors Note: Chris has added Star Wars to his beat here on The Disney Blog. His first post is a look at what has transpired since Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm. It has been very interesting to watch and compare Disney’s … Continue reading
With Thor: The Dark World now available for purchase, I was able to sit down and enjoy the special features on the Blu-ray DVD last night. The behind the scenes feature was very good, though it focused mainly on how … Continue reading
Guardians of the Galaxy is going to be Marvel’s most unique movie with the most unfamiliar characters to date. They’ve got an uphill battle ahead of them in order for this movie to be successful. They’ve proved that they’re on … Continue reading