Why Captain Marvel’s Green Costume Doesn’t Matter… Sort of

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A couple days ago Marvel fans started to reacting to images of Brie Larson in her Captain Marvel costume. And the details look great, except for one tiny problem, the color. As someone who has LOVED Captain Marvel since before she donned her current costume, I have a few thoughts.

Let me start by saying I’ve always been a Carol Danvers fan. It didn’t matter when she was a human woman, when she was half-kree, when she was Binary, or anything in between.

The reasons I admire Carol Danvers have NOTHING to do with what she wears, and considering she’s fabulous feminist who came to her powers in the 70’s, what a superhero wears should for the most part be secondary to the content of their character. Continue reading “Why Captain Marvel’s Green Costume Doesn’t Matter… Sort of” »

My Marvelous Time at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 Part 1 Black Panther

Hi Readers,

Last weekend was San Diego Comic-Con and it didn’t disappoint. One of the best panels was of course Marvel, and here’s the first of many galleries going up over the next few days!

 

Marvel Studios Black Panther Photos from San Diego Comic-Con 2016

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Why Practically Everyone Will Love Star Wars: The Force Awakens

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While there are a slew of SDCC posts to come, once I sort through pictures, I wanted to take a moment to explain why, regardless in what at year end is reflected in box office dollars, or how frequently nerds might rage online in December, that for all practical purposes Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens will be beloved by all who watch it.

Because Episode VII, as demonstrated at San Diego Comic-Con will be as practical as possible when it comes to effects, and that will make all the difference in the galaxy! Continue reading “Why Practically Everyone Will Love Star Wars: The Force Awakens” »

Wowed by Warner Brothers at WonderCon

Hi Readers,

Last weekend I was at WonderCon for the first time, and despite being treated like the middle child of conventions, it in no way disappointed, especially when it came to what Warner Brothers brought on Saturday. Even though they kicked off the day in the arena, their panels were still on my mind after Fox presented theirs. Continue reading “Wowed by Warner Brothers at WonderCon” »

Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice… Possible Sequel in the Works!

BeetlejuiceHi Readers,

While I’m still too cautious to say that name a third time (too many nightmares as a little kid), It looks like we’ll be seeing that name on the big screen for a second time! Rolling Stone, and other outlets are reporting that Michael Keaton said in a recent interview for Robocop that “if [Tim Burton’s] in, it’s going to be hard not to be in.” So we’re taking a look at what made the original so great and what we can hope for in a sequel! Continue reading “Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice… Possible Sequel in the Works!” »