For the first time since Phase 2, the MCU accomplished something with Thor: Love & Thunder. It disappointed me. Which is not to say that I’m going to blast the newest MCU offering or even that I think it’s a “bad” movie. It’s just been THAT LONG since an MCU movie was not at least as good as I expected it to be. To recap: … Continue reading Thor Love & Thunder Review
Welcome back! This is part two in a [X]-part series in which I look at the best outfits superheroes have worn when they weren’t in their usual attire. Like us, heroes have to keep their appearance fresh, and no matter how classic a look is, change can be good! When last we convened, there may have been some consternation that I considered Terry McGuinness, Miguel O’Hara, … Continue reading Comics’ Best Alternate Looks: Part 2
When Disney+ announced they would have MCU series on their platform, they did so by revealing the first three shows: Wandavision, Falcon & Winter Soldier, and Loki. They released a teaser shortly after that. If you notice, the only thing they had for Loki was a logo and a short clip with him looking into the camera and saying “I’m gonna burn this place to … Continue reading MCU Disney+ Year In Review – Loki
Stew is joined by The Manster from Pint O’ Comics to discuss the third offering in the MCU’s Thor franchise, Thor Ragnarok!
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Did you enjoy LOKI on Disney Plus? Let’s relive where Tom Hiddleston got his start playing the God of Mischief! Stew and John from Pint O’ Comics look at THOR!
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Recently, I was thinking about some of the earliest comic books I ever got. Not… not the first ones I ever bought with my own dollars—I actually couldn’t even begin to recall that—but the first ones I ever owned. It turns out, I started buying comics right about the turn of the decade as the leather and big hair of the 1980’s gave way to … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: Blood & Thunder