The funny thing about Black Widow is if I’d seen it even ten years ago, it would’ve blown my mind.
The problem with reviewing Hawkeye is not that it’s bad, but that it’s so consistently good, in that specific Marvel way, that to describe it in usual terms doesn’t work.
Trese has an awful first episode. It’s such an underwhelming piece of animated storytelling in almost every regard. I’m probably not even going to watch three episodes for a full review.
Loki is the best thing that Marvel has made since perhaps The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. I’ve yet to see the latest Spiderman, so there’s that gap, but the quality of this show is not to be underestimated.
With the doors opened by Deadpool, we were bound to see another R-rated Marvel comedy. But M.O.D.O.K. was not the villain I would’ve expected.
The advertising for Invincible was deceptive. From what little was shown, I figured it would be a generic superhero show with maybe some twist to it. But the first thing I see is the M-rating for violence and sexual themes.
If the scant episodes of DuckTales featuring Darkwing Duck are anything to go on, then the Disney+ remake will be excellent. The bits that we’ve seen so far are both love letters to the series and poke fun at the show’s nature.
This is unfortunate for several reasons. One being because Darkwing Duck is a great show. I understand now why it has the fanbase it does, and why they bothered to include it in DuckTales.
WandaVision is one of the freshest, strangest, most experimental things that the Marvel cinematic universe has produced. And considering Guardians of the Galaxy exists, that’s quite a thing to say.
While I’m not planning to make a habit out of reviewing Webtoon comics, Omniscient Reader caught my attention because of its sudden spiking popularity, and admittedly strong initial premise.
Reviewing I’m the Grim Reaper is a novelty. To my knowledge, this is the first time we’ve covered a Webtoon on Scifibloggers.
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