It's Cap v Iron Man is the superhero battle of the century. We take a look at the film to see how it all shakes out when friend fights friend. Will the Avengers be able to stand against internal strife?
Ever since Blade left the silver screen, there's been a notable lack of Black superheroes. With their 18th film in the MCU, Marvel took a stab at fixing that. We look at the film to see if it's as good as hoped.
Marvel's back at it again, smashing their superheroes up against a powerful villain looking to eradicate life across the universe. Can the Avengers stop this new threat, and will the film be any good? We review it and see.
Once again, after the hero-smashing of the third Avengers, Marvel goes back to ol' Ant-Man for a small film to lighten the cinematic universe just a bit. We review it and see if his small size leads to huge success.
A new hero joins the fray when Captain Marvel comes crashing to Earth in the 1990s. This powerful hero leads to a new phase for the Marvel universe, and promises to delivery even more in the final installment of the Avengers saga.
And this is it, the end of an era as everything from the last eleven years comes together in a gigantic, series-crossing, three-hour epic. You've made it this far so we have no doubt you're in for this movie as well.
Following the rousing success of the Spider-reboot, and two big Avengers movies, Sony and Marvel return to the web-head with a second, Tom Holland-starring solo adventure. Sadly, lightning just couldn't strike twice as this film is decent but not great.
Steve chose Sam to be the new Captain America, but when Sam sets the shield, and the identity, aside because he doesn't feel like him taking over the role honors it, the American government chooses a new Captain America. Now Sam and Bucky have to deal with the consequences.
Although Loki died at the beginning of Infinity War, another version of him broke free of the timeline mid-way into Endgame. Now that Loki is back and he's gained the ire of the Time Variance Authority. He's fighting against the constraints of the timeline for the fate of free will.
We're introduced to Shang-Chi, son of the legendary leader of the Ten Rings, who wants nothing more than the forget his father's legacy and live his own life. Forces beyond his control, though, have other plans.
Starting off a bit slow, Marvel's SHIELD series has grown to be a dependable corner of the MCU, one that tells consistently good, deep stories as it explores pockets of the universe the films simply don't touch.
Released on the Freeform network, the thought of a superhero show on that backwater cable channel did not inspire confidence. But then Cloak and Dagger showed itself to be a nuanced take on the teen heroes genre and became a show well-worth checking out.
The second series from the MCU to come out on Netflix (after Daredevil, this show exchanged mystical powers and blindfighting for hard drinking detective noir. And, for the first season or so, it really worked.
Exclusive to Hulu, this series follows six teenagers on their adventures after they discover that their parents are supervillains. Can the kids take down their parents and save the world? Let's find out.
DC TV vs. Marvel TV: A 2015 comparison of the state of Marvel's MCU shows and how they compare to where DC was at with the Arrowverse.
Thor Series Overview: We dive into the Thor series to see how the movies have evolved over time. Then we give a mini-review of the third film in the set.
The James Gunn Firing: James Gunn, director of the Guardians of the Galaxy films was fired from the third film for tweets he made 6-plus years prior. We discuss the topic and see if this was a fair decision or not.
Blade in the MCU: With Weslley Snipes once again talking about a return of the vampire hunter Blade, we discuss if Marvel should really bring the half-vampire into the MCU fold.