Posts Tagged ‘mcu’

WHiH Newsfront is a Real Marvel Cinematic Universe News Channel

by Alanna Smithon July 19, 2015
Part of what makes the Marvel Cinematic Universe so great is that it’s, well, a universe. The MCU spans across films, shorts, tv shows, Netflix series, and of course ties into certain comics, but it also finds ways to be even more interactive by merging with the real world. In this case, by taking the news channel that exists […]

The Geeky Weekly: June 21 – June 28

by Laura Cerroneon June 28, 2015
This week had been a bit quieter then previous weeks, or perhaps it was overshadowed by the bigger world news stories. Either way, there is still plenty of news to drum up.   ∴ As Kelly Sue DeConnick ends her Ms. Marvel run, Marvel has tapped Agent Carter writers Tara Butters and Michelle Fazekas to […]

Cosplay Photoset: Genderbent Star-Lord and Gamora

by Alanna Smithon May 15, 2015
This Fan Friday we put the spotlight on an awesome Guardians of the Galaxy photoset by cosplay couple Aicosu, who really knocked it out of the park – or rather, the galaxy – with this genderbent Star-Lord and Gamora cosplay. Starring Sheila as the legendary outlaw and Sylar as the most dangerous man in the universe, this epic […]

Agents of SHIELD Season Two Finale Review

by Laura Cerroneon May 12, 2015
Episodes 22 and 23 – S.O.S Part One and Part Two Explosive. The Agents of SHIELD season two finale was not a television show, it was a 2 hour movie of top-notch storytelling. It began – and ended with a serious bite. There was drama and action and nail-biting moments and it was tough to believe I was […]

Top 12 Age of Ultron Cosplays

by Alanna Smithon May 1, 2015
“And there came a day unlike any other, when earth’s mightiest heroes found themselves united against a common threat. To fight the foes no single superhero could withstand. On that day, the Avengers were born.” Or rather, the Avengers returned, and today is that day. Avengers: Age of Ultron is finally out in theatres in North […]

8 Marvel Fan Theories That Never Came True

by Alanna Smithon April 30, 2015
Theories, headcanons, predictions – whatever you want to call them, fans always have them. Whenever we’re presented with a fandom we like to make guesses (sometimes wild ones) about what really happened or what’s going to happen next. When the truth is revealed to us we tend to do one of 3 things: Celebrate about how […]

The ULTIMATE Marvel Marathon – A Chronological Guide

by Alanna Smithon April 24, 2015
With Avengers: Age of Ultron fast approaching, many Marvel fans are planning to marathon the 10 preceding films in preparation for the big event. Some Cineplex theatres are even hosting the “Ultimate Marvel Marathon”: 27 hours straight of Marvel movies ending in Age of Ultron. But I’m here to tell you that is nowhere near the […]

Marvel’s Daredevil Renewed by Netflix for Season Two

by Garyon April 23, 2015
In what should come as no surprise to anyone, anywhere, Marvel’s Daredevil has been renewed by Netflix. Season 2 will premiere sometime in 2016. Daredevil has simultaneously been lauded by critics and fans alike, and while it’s by no means scientific, Rotten Tomatoes users have given the show a 97% fresh rating. In fact, the only […]

Dissecting Daredevil: GCE Writers Weigh-In

by Laura Cerroneon April 16, 2015
If you called in sick to work or kept your shades shut and your doors locked the weekend of April 10, then you were like most people we know. Binging Marvel’s Daredevil, only moving to respond to Netflix’s Are you still watching? message. I wrangled some of the GCE writers to lend their thoughts, reactions and speculation. With […]

Sending in the Cavalry in Agents of SHIELD

by Laura Cerroneon April 14, 2015
Episode 17 – Melinda While this week we were delighted to finally get Melinda May’s backstory in Agents of SHIELD, overall, the episode stumbled in plot development. Some other highlights were found in Skye learning Jaiying is her mother. There are some complications with Skye’s story. The whole relationship building with her mother worked, but the […]