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Doctor Strange Review

“Doctor Strange” Please note: this review may contain some spoilers. One word to describe Marvel’s newest movie release, Doctor Strange, would be excellent. It has all the action and humor a Marvel movie has, and the VFX are great and rival movies like Inception. Buildings bend, magic is used to create weapons and open portals to other places as well as dimensions like the ...

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Captain America: Civil War Review

WARNING: Article may contain minor spoilers Captain America: Civil War has the action we like to see in the Marvel movies and it also has some comedic times. As a fan I couldn’t say I was on either team Iron Man or team Captain America. I’m a fan of both characters and it would have been hard to choose. Both ...

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When Joss Whedon returns to television

Image source: http://goo.gl/Hh6RFr Joss Whedon is a master of his craft. He’s been long known as a boundary-breaking, genre-bending pioneer in the film and television industry, having created or worked on many beloved projects ranging from television classics like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly, to major blockbusters such as Toy Story, The Cabin in the Woods, and Marvel’s The ...

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Daredevil Season 2 Review

Season 2 of Daredevil was released on March 18 via Netflix. This review contains spoilers for the first few episodes of Season 2. The first season of Marvel’s Daredevil explored what it means to be a hero in a world wracked by moral ambiguity. Matthew Murdock (a.k.a. Daredevil) wrestled with his conscience at least as often as he fought against crime lord ...

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Jessica Jones Review

Image from TV series Jessica Jones

By Dom Nardi As I prepare for Season 2 of Daredevil (March 18), I decided to go back and share my thoughts on Jessica Jones, Netflix’s other Marvel series. Jessica Jones is Netflix’s second journey into the Marvel universe and has much in common with Daredevil. Both shows are set in Hell’s Kitchen, although the crossovers are for the most part minimal ...

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A Sarcastic Review of the New Deadpool Movie *Spoilers*

Courtesy of xmenmovies.wikia.com The following review is written with the trademark sarcasm of Deadpool. This is not the usual style of the article’s author, just more a literary experiment. The author doesn’t normally write like this, and opinions expressed in this review are all jokes (except the whole “this film is great and you should go see it” thing). If ...

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NYCC 2015: Marvel Announces “Obi-Wan and Anakin” Comic Book

Prior to the establishment of the Lucasfilm Story Group, the only way to find out more about the adventures (and headaches) of Obi-Wan Kenobi and his new apprentice Anakin Skywalker was to go to novels like Rogue Planet and the Jedi Quest young reader series. Now Marvel is revisiting those ten years between The Phantom Menace and Attack of the ...

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Your Friendly Neighborhood Super Heroes at Free Comic Book Day 2015

  On May 2nd, 2015, Spider Man, Nightwing, and Zatanna assembled before Desert Dune Comics and Games in Fuquay-Varina, NC. These three heroes came in full gear to support their friend, Tim Rogers, and his store on 2015 Free Comic Book Day. They represented a larger team called Enchanted Wishes, a league of heroes and princesses whose mission is to ...

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Watch the first Ant-Man Trailer Here

When I told people that Ant-Man was coming, I got the same reaction that I now get when I tell people that Aquaman is also coming to theaters. And now the first trailer is here to put any doubts to rest, or perhaps to confirm your fears. But to me, it looks like another film that could put an unknown hero on ...

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From Archie to Marvel: An Interview with Tom DeFalco

  Tom DeFalco took time to go on the record with Legendarium Media at the Wizard World Comic Con in Raleigh, NC. He was formerly the editor-in-chief for Marvel Comics from 1987-1994. Legendarium: You have edited a variety of comics from Marvel regulars to licensed works such as G.I. Joe and a number of different narrative tones as well, from ...

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