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Matt Murdock

Stan Lee, Thank You for Making Me a Better Person

Stan Lee wrote the gospel of the Marvel Universe and I became a true believer. With Stan passing away on November 12, 2018, I can’t help but look back at the influence he had in my life. More than any… Continue Reading →

Captain Marvel and Future Female MCU Heroes

With Captain Marvel fast approaching in 2019 and it being the 21st movie within the MCU, I wanted to highlight a few super-strong female heroes that I could easily see showing up in the MCU.

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 →

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 →

Born Again: The Perfect Fit for Season Three of Daredevil

Marvel’s Cinematic Universe has had some ups and downs throughout the last decade, but some of the most memorable scenes have been those pulled straight from the pages of the comics, themselves. They are special nods to the original fans who… Continue Reading →

Daredevil Season 2 Delivers a Kick of Excitement

In the last article I posted, I closed by mentioning that Jon Bernthal could give the greatest portrayal of The Punisher anyone has ever seen. I was right.

IDW Reinvents the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The ’80s and ’90s were possibly the greatest eras for kids growing up, in terms of televised cartoons. My personal favorite was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The show’s opening guitar riff, backed by synth chords, was just about the only… Continue Reading →

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has seen limitless bounds. Captain America became the first hero to convert from comic book pages to the big screen back in 1944, and since Blade came along in 1998, a superhero trend has escalated in… Continue Reading →

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