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Tag Archives: avengers
It’s been a slow few weeks for new Marvel news, but slow does not equal boring so let’s get to it. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be introducing a new super-villain when it returns in January. In the comics, Donnie Gill … Continue reading
So this is happening! Captain America: The Winter Soldier is due April 4, 2014—we’re talking Falcon, Bucky, and Robert Redford, people. That’s some exciting stuff! Principal photography has started and the new Captain America movie is up and running. The … Continue reading
Nearly three years ago, Disney fans and comic book geeks alike did double takes as they looked at the latest news: Disney bought Marvel Entertainment for $4 billion. While this was less than Disney spent for PIXAR, there were no … Continue reading
The Avengers will be here soon and the world will be safe once more (where “here” equals a theater near you, and “safe” equals relatively). Still, it’s a nice idea. With that said, let’s jump right into my review of … Continue reading