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Heroes For Hire

Marvel’s Misstep: The Inhumans

Last week, Marvel Television expanded its superhero roster with the release of Marvel’s Inhumans. The series premiere aired on Friday night, which is generally regarded as TV’s wasteland, where ratings go to die. So, why did Marvel adapt this family drama, which is… Continue Reading →

Defenders Season 2: I Vote for Villains with Animal Names

Heroes are only as good as their villains, so I’m hoping for some better villains for the second season of The Defenders.

Together, The Defenders Have Some of Their Strengths and Some of Their Weaknesses

The Defenders is Marvel’s Netflix-level answer to The Avengers. It’s your first chance to see the headliners of four separate Netflix series (Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist) come together for the first time. Elements of all five previous entries (Daredevil has had two… Continue Reading →

Previewing Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Nashville 2017

Nashville gets super as Heroes & Villains Fan Fest visits the Music City Center this weekend.

The Defenders are Coming

If you were a part of the audience who contributed to the $145 million for the opening weekend of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, then there is a good chance you saw the trailer for Netflix’s The Defenders. The… Continue Reading →

Iron Fist: In Defense of a Defender

Anyone who’s taken the time to run a search on Iron Fist or Danny Rand in the past week likely knows that the show hasn’t been well received. It’s been plagued by negative criticisms since its outset. Truthfully, the only… Continue Reading →

Iron Fist — What to Expect From the Comic Book Martial Artist

Iron Fist is the latest Marvel superhero to cross into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He joins the ranks of Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage with his own solo streaming series. The public is privy to his part in the… Continue Reading →

What to Expect from Netflix’s Luke Cage

Luke Cage (AKA Power Man) has a long-and-storied history in Marvel comics. He’s a bombastic cult of personality who spews ludicrous catchphrases and has no issue with stealing a flying car to go talk smack to Doctor Doom over $200.

Luke Cage: From Blaxploitation Comic to Streaming Screen

Luke Cage stars in his own series on Netflix, but it’s worth exploring the character’s comic book history as a preview of where the TV show may be going.

Five Takeaways From Netflix’s Jessica Jones

We’ve all gotten used to cinematic superheroes, by now. Every year there is a new movie or two that debuts right around this time, with several to follow, as we get deeper into summer. From movie to movie, a lot… Continue Reading →

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