Avengers Age of Ultron is the next big Avengers movie to tie up the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe in one epic movie, and this film definitely accomplishes that goal. It starts off right away with some really big plot points and fast paced story telling. The references to the past movies are Read the rest of this entry
Since the trailer that was going to be unveiled during last night’s Agents of SHIELD was “leaked” they had to show something to make it up to the fans or more so the network, so we got a look at an extra scene from Age of Ultron that lead into the trailer. We see the Avengers team hanging out in the Avengers tower all trying to pick up Thor’s hammer Mjölnir (we will get to that bit in a moment) and then we see Ultron or the destroyed Iron Man AI armor that will turn into Ultron come out and make the string speech and lead into the trailer. It wasn’t a whole lot aside from comedy but we did get two small pieces of information. Read the rest of this entry
Tuesday after the newest episode for Agents of SHIELD we got an announcement for the official Age of Ultron trailer to be shown after next week’s episode. Well not even 24 hours later we get a leak, and its not just set pictures or a crappy quality trailer someone recorded with their flip phone, nope its the full 2 minute trailer for Age of Ultron. Whether it was a leak or not Marvel played along with this tweet:
Regardless it threw everyone off, but lets get to the real point of this article. The actual trailer!
The trailer starts off with a broken down piece of Stark tech, one of Read the rest of this entry
If you have been anywhere near the internet or a comic book store recently you must have seen the buzz about the big event for Marvel comics, that’s right the death of Wolverine himself! This past week we got our first taste of the 4 part event with issue #1 and I could not miss the opportunity of reviewing it, so lets get started. Read the rest of this entry
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has gotten a good amount of hate from the people of the interwebs (see what I did there?) and that is part of the reason I didn’t see it in theaters. However after seeing the film in Blu-Ray I am here to extinguish some of that hate and share my own opinions toward The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Read the rest of this entry
Following the news of female Thor yesterday Marvel has wasted no time with its next announcement to the franchise. Sam Wilson aka Falcon will be filling the role of Captain America after Steve Rogers has lost his powers to Iron Nail (See “Captain America” 2012 Issue #21) so who better to fulfill the role of America’s poster boy super hero? Read the rest of this entry
As of today Marvel has been granted exclusive rights to publish Star Wars comics beginning in 2015. These rights where previously held by Dark Horse comics. This obviously will majorly impact them and their writers. We will see major changes in the area of Star Wars comics as a whole now that Marvel has Read the rest of this entry
*Note* This is the first comic I will be reviewing on my blog. I have however been reviewing a few comics on my youtube channel but im going to start reviewing them on here as well. Anyway lets get to it.
Today I will be reviewing “Omni: A God Awful Small Affair” written by Alan Drinkwater and drawn by Emmanuel Hernaez. Read the rest of this entry
I’ve been into comics since i was a little kid but i slowed down for quite some time. Recently I started getting back into them and i wanted to share my love for them as well as maybe persuade some of you to pick up this fun hobby.
Comic books have been around for a long time and have had huge impacts on modern life, entertainment, and literature. There are 3 types of comics: regular comics, trade paperbacks, and graphic novels. A comic book is a regular usually small book that is a part of a series usually in the range of $4. Trade paperbacks are more book like in size and contain a bunch of comic books in a series usually split into 2 volumes usually around $30+. Graphic novels are a lot like trades but they usually do not contain a series of comics. Instead they are single stories but with chapters and are a lot longer than regular comics. These can range from $15-$40+. My personal favorite are graphic novels or trades because i dont like going through the trouble of chasing down all the comics in a series to find out what happens next. There are also online comics but i dont like those because i like to have the physical book.
Now i love comics for many reasons. First I love the idea of superheros, it really makes your mind imagine what it would be like if we had real superheros. There arent only comics featuring superheros either, there are ones about soldiers in the military, regular people with hightened abilities, and a lot more. There are movies, toys, and video games to go along with the comic book characters so collecting and enjoyment is endless. Another reason is i HATE reading books. I just cant sit their and read a book consisting of hundreds of pages of just words after words after words with no pictures to look at in between. Comics on the other hand have slightly less words, and awesome exciting story, and tons of action displayed in the beautiful art on every page. This leads me to my next point; the art is amazing! If the cover catches my attention i will probably buy it thats just how i am. The art inside and out is awesome and some times gory to add to the realism (hence why they arent for kids its hard to find a children-friendly comic book). Even after i finish a comic i still enjoy the art and even re-read it from time to time.
Now there are many other things that make comics awesome but i just named a few basics. Now a lot of people seem to think comic books are dumb, childish, stupid, etc. but those are the people who have never read them! Dont be afraid to go to your comic book store and ask for some help finding a good place to stop. Happy reading!
These top three things are the reason there hasn’t been nor will there be many posts for a short time. BUT DON”T WORRY! Let me explain more. Read the rest of this entry