Okay, before we get started. Watch the trailer immediately if you have not already done so. We’ll wait. […]
After eleven years of waiting, my favorite superhero finally got her own film, and you know what? I […]
Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is officially well underway, and the Collective team couldn’t be more […]
I want to talk about John Walker and another potential series theme. Lawfulness vs. Morality.
I have done my best to make this review spoiler-free, and will mark potentially significant spoilers with **.
Well, fam, after Avengers: Endgame, I didn’t know if Marvel could keep me interested in the MCU. My love of Iron Man (and RDJ) was a driving force in my investment in the universe, the primary question that ‘Far From Home’ seeks to answer as the world (both the fictional and literal) seeks to move on from the universe-changing events in Endgame is, well, now that Tony Stark is gone, who is going to be the next Iron Man?
What do we do now that our favs are gone?
Some of you may have already watch Avengers: Endgame. Some of you may have to wait a few days. We are watching it a few hours from now, and while we would like to say we’re ready…truthfully we are not. We decided to revisit some of the more light-hearted moments in the franchise in order to remind ourselves that sometimes there are good feels too.
So, in no particular order, enjoy these choice moments.
by The Collected Mutineer It’s finally here. Well, almost. The arrival of Captain Marvel has been highly anticipated […]
SPOILERS FOR AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR MAY FOLLOW. YE BE WARNED.
I think it’s about damn time Marvel gave a woman her own superhero film, and with the end-credits scene from Infinity War, I’m glad it’s Carol Danvers.
Now, if you’re just a casual movie-goer and not a comic nerd, you may be unfamiliar with this hero. Gather round, and listen to Mummy Collectress, as she tells you a little bit about the awesomeness of Captain Marvel, and just what role she may play in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
By The Collectress
I have done my best to make this a spoiler-free review, and any potential spoilers will be tagged with **. Ye be warned.
Well, I saw the thing.
The thing, if you’re wondering, is a ten-foot-tall mad Titan with a thirst for omnipotence and a taste for genocide.
Avengers: Infinity War was a wild ride from start to finish, and to be honest, I haven’t entirely sorted my feelings about it, so this review may also take you on a journey with me. It’s a journey that’s been ten years in the making, according to Marvel Studios. But is the result worth the wait?
Maybe. Maybe not.