This show came out alongside two other successful Marvel Animated shows in 2012, but was nowhere near as successful. In my review, I breakdown why the show didn’t do as well and my overall thoughts!
Within the Marvel Universe the Eternals are not as well-known nor are they that popular. Their stories have always felt somewhat discombobulated and distant from the main story lines in the comics, but does the movie feel that way? Read my review to find out!
This show is one of the best Spider-Man shows I’ve seen so far and I would highly recommend. Read more to find out why!
Venom is back facing off against his spawn, Carnage, while Eddie tries to set rules to keep them under the radar. In my review, I focus on several main points and highlight all of the Symbrock moments Sony gave us.
Overall, Hawkeye is a a pretty good MCU show that portrayed comicbook-accurate characters and storylines (excluding one person). My review includes spoilers!
Adjusted rankings of the MCU and Marvel Associated. This includes the shows and films connected to Spider-Man No Way Home!
Shang-Chi is a visually beautiful film with clear character development, humorous breaks, and a well-thought-out story line. Includes a mini review for All Hail the King.
Venom is one of my favorite movies and I finally got around to reviewing it. It’s basically a romcom and I’m so excited that Venom has a bigger role to play now!
A slightly late review of a movie that was long overdue. Black Widow is a really good movie, but it felt out of place at the time. Read more to find out why!
This week is another Avengers show and I’m excited to see which characters are featured in this show as Avengers. I’m also excited to see the villains featured because I’ve found that the animated villains shoot for the moon more often then the ones in the movies, which makes for more interesting episodes.