by The Collected Mutineer Collective fam, the time has finally come. Nearly a decade after making her debut […]
Vidders: Grable424 and djcprod Confession: Whenever I wanna feel badass, I watch Marvel fanvids. In this collab between two of my […]
Sorry, I couldn’t help the pun.
Marvel’s Ant-Man is the newest arrival in the massive multi-layered franchise, and despite the miniscule size of its hero, it does not disappoint.
Our Kick-Ass Women in Comics week has given me the opportunity to gush about my favorite topic: superheroines who […]
Last night, I received a frantic text message from a friend, telling me that he had something I needed to see. That ‘something’ turned out to be two minutes of pure heart palpitations.
Yes, the long-awaited trailer for the second Avengers film–which wasn’t supposed to be released until next week–quickly made its way across the interwebs, soon finding itself on twitter and Facebook. Marvel quickly caught on to the leak, and posted this apropos response on their official Twitter account.
Within hours, Marvel officially released the trailer on their Youtube channel, and it is now up to over 3 million hits. Holy Hulking Bruce Banner, that’s a lot for six hours! When my heart recovered, I watched the trailer again. And again. And again. If you’ve been reading our blog, you know I’m a Marvel girl, and yeah, I’m gonna have a bit of geek out now. No apologies needed or warranted.
If you don’t want to know anything about Ultron or the Scarlet Witch, I suggest closing this tab on your browser, because spoilers.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is going galactic, having revealed a second extended trailer for its upcoming film Guardians of […]
Natasha Romanoff, perhaps better known as the Black Widow, is everything I ever wanted in a comic book heroine. If you don’t know much about her, here’s a quick bio:
Born in Stalingrad, Natasha was trained by Russian Intelligence operatives and became a sleeper agent for the Black Widow Program (one of her instructors was none other than Bucky Barnes, the Winter Soldier). Eventually she was influenced enough by Hawkeye to rebel against her superiors, and began freelance work for S.H.I.E.L.D. and Nick Fury until teaming up with the Avengers.
Now, since Scarlett Johansson has taken on the role of the assassin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, interest in the character has grown exponentially. So much so, in fact, that the Black Widow got her own comic series which launched in January 2014.
Let’s chat some more about superheroes and comic books, shall we? Last on Jimmy Kimmel’s late night talk show, […]