Last week, I had a strong but strange urge that I couldn’t explain. I wanted to see Thor: The Dark World again. I couldn’t explain it. I had enjoyed the movie when I saw it in theaters, and I plan on purchasing it at some point, but it’s really not my favorite Marvel Phase 2 film. I honestly think Captain America: The Winter Soldier takes the cake (with Guardians of the Galaxy right behind it, of course). So why was it that the second installment of Thor had me so enamored that I couldn’t wait to see it again?
If you’ve seen Guardians of the Galaxy, this is your one-stop-shop for nerdy geek-outs. Packed full of spoilers, of course.
What would you do if you woke up after being frozen since World War II? Why, fight another war, of course!
Not that Steve Rodgers wants to fight another war, you understand. The world just can’t seem to keep from blowing itself up without him. That’s not really a euphemism, either.
I said just a few weeks ago after watching the CW’s Arrow that television has a lot more potential as a medium for comic book characters than movies. Apparently somebody was listening, because four Marvel characters, including Daredevil, are getting their own Netflix-exclusive shows.
It’s always awkward meeting your new love interest’s family. When his father is racist and his brother is a narcissistic psychopath, it’s even more so.
The Avengers has long been one of the most beloved superhero teams for years, often surpassing even the Justice League in fan enthusiasm. It’s had more than 20 different members, and after the success of the film, you might be wondering which characters will be introduced next. I can tell you the one of the best Avengers of all time was, but sadly will likely not be in any of the movies because of sad studio politics: Spider-Man.