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Agents of SHIELD Season 5 Premiere is Out of this World

by Laura Cerroneon December 2, 2017
Episodes 1 and 2 – Orientation 1 and Orientation 2 *Spoilers Ahead* The long awaited season five premiere of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD finally blessed us on Friday, December 1. The two hour premiere can be described as a love letter to pop culture, especially recent pop culture. Melding together the playful heroic element that […]

Thor Ragnarok: The End of the World is a Fun Ride

by Laura Cerroneon October 30, 2017
If you could get abs from laughing, you’d have a sixpack by the time you walked out of Marvel’s latest addition to their massive cinematic universe, Thor Ragnarok. Who knew the end of the world could be so much fun?   No spoilers in this review, we promise!   Director Taika Waititi pulls out the […]

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Emotions, Not Plot, Rescues Agents of SHIELD’s Season 4 Finale

by Laura Cerroneon May 17, 2017
Episode 22 – World’s End If Agents of SHIELD ended during the season finale, it would have been a confusing and difficult place to leave the series. However, that’s not the case for World’s End. The season concluded with more questions than answers, and was propelled by its emotional elements rather than the action.   […]

The Guardians of the Galaxy Meet the Avengers in Season 2

by Laura Cerroneon February 24, 2017
The Guardians prepare for battle on Peter Quill’s home planet of Earth in the hour-long premiere of the animated series Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Joined by the Avengers, the first two episodes in the second season drop on Saturday, March 11 at 9pm EST on Disney XD.   The two episodes, “Stayin’ Alive” and […]

Doctor Strange is a Marvel

by Garyon November 5, 2016
Doctor Strange, on the face of it, is a hard sell. It, like Guardians of the Galaxy, treads new ground for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, integrating magic into a world of science and myth. This review does not contain spoilers. There’s so many things that could go wrong; the magic look could look silly (like […]

Summing up Marvel Animation at San Diego Comic Con

by Laura Cerroneon July 25, 2016
Marvel’s 2016 San Diego Comic Con International showing was one for the books. Part of the magic that makes their presentations memorable is the content they continuously deliver. In Marvel’s animation department, there was plenty of news for fans of all ages to get hyped about. Earth’s Mightiest Heroes return to Disney XD in Marvel’s […]

New Book Explores the Psychology Connected to Captain America: Civil War

by Laura Cerroneon June 1, 2016
In the wake of consciousness between what is right and what is wrong due to Marvel’s blockbuster entry to the 2016 box office, Captain America: Civil War, fans, critics and everyone in between have weighed in on who is right and why. In Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology, these debates are all […]

Captain America: Civil Wow – Movie Review

by Garyon May 6, 2016
Captain America: Civil War is amazing. It’s astounding. It’s awesome. That’s just the start; look up the synonyms to ‘amazing’ in a thesaurus, and Civil War is described appropriately by every one. All at once. This review does not contain spoilers.  The Russo brothers build on the excellent foundation begun in The Winter Soldier to weave […]

Captain America Civil War Primer: Who is the Black Panther?

by Garyon May 6, 2016
Black Panther is the most prominent new addition to the Marvel Universe in Captain America: Civil War, in wide release around the world today. Some moviegoers might be curious about who Black Panther is going into the film…so here’s a primer on the sensational Black Panther! This article does NOT contain spoilers for Captain America: […]

Marvel Launches New Kids Initiative

by Laura Cerroneon April 26, 2016
Marvel announced a new initiative for younger fans. Aptly named MarvelKids.com, the endeavor is interactive and allows kids to get their hands on the Marvel action. Helmed by Avengers Recruits, it centers on the flagship team and invites kids to create teams, posters and other various activities. There are also games such as rescue missions, […]