It brings me immeasurable joy to be able to write this article about Captain Marvel and today, on International Women's Day of all days.
X-Men-If it is not broke why fix it?I’ve been a lifelong X-Men fan. I can’t actually remember a time when I wasn’t totally in love with the X-Men. It’s been a huge part of my life, it started off my love of superheroes, and I’ve been completely obsessed with the team for as long as... Continue Reading →
Luke Cage: Everyman- Comic book review Writer: Anthony Del Col Artist: Jahnoy Lindsay Colour Artist: Ian Herring Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles Graphic Designer: Carlos Lao Publisher: Marvel (Digital Originals) Once upon a time in Harlem… Luke Cage: Everyman brings us our favourite hoodie-clad hero in all his glory. Everyman takes us right to the heart of... Continue Reading →
My Top 10 favourite moments from the Marvel cinematic universe The Marvel Cinematic Universe is possibly the most successful franchise to ever exist, and its history dates back decades, and it is all thanks to one man’s imagination - Stan Lee. So, with his recent sad passing, I thought I would celebrate his genius characters,... Continue Reading →
Spider- Man The City That Never Sleeps: The Heist Initial release date: 23 October 2018 Developer: Insomniac Games Mode(s): Single-player Rating: 16 Platform: PS4 Remember how obsessed I was with Spider-Man for the PS4? Well, the obsession was reignited with the release of the first lot of DLC; The Heist! The Heist is part one of... Continue Reading →
For the record, this has been really difficult to write. Outside of my friends and family, Stan Lee was the person who has undoubtedly had the biggest effect upon my life, so I had to make sure I did this right – for him.
Oh Captain, my Captain! Why the Captain Marvel Trailer Matters Last week, Carol Danvers landed in the middle of a Blockbuster Video store, and right in the middle of our hearts. Anyone who has heard of comic books has heard of Captain Marvel, in all iterations (DC, we’re looking at you, too) – but... Continue Reading →
Iron Fist Season Two ending review First episode date: 17 March 2017 Network: Netflix Genre: Drama, Martial Arts, Superhero Marvel's Cinematic Universe Marvel is currently an unstoppable juggernaut - a cinematic universe which spans across film, TV and Netflix, bringing its original comic book characters to the big, and small screen. Wowing audiences across the world as... Continue Reading →
Haulin' Comic Books So I had no idea what to write about today, I'm still playing Spider-Man (I finished the game last week with tears all down my face, now I’m just trying to get platinum) I haven’t read a comic in a little while. I think it's because I have to be in the... Continue Reading →