Tag: CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
Mike, Chrs and Justin review the newest Lynne Ramsay film You Were Never Really Here, starring Joaquin Pheonix. Find out why we dubbed this film, the "anti-Taken".
If you like Spider-Man in the MCU, you’ll be disappointed to learn that the 2019 sequel to Spider Man: Homecoming may be the last time Spider-Man crosses paths with the Disney/MCU characters. Tom Holland’s version of the web-spinning hero might be reverting to a Sony-only property, to spearhead their planned “Spider-Verse”.
Tuesday Toy Review is back and I’m delving back into the world of Captain America: Civil War figures by S.H. Figuarts. After having positive things to say about the Captain America from this line I find that I’m not saying the same about Tony Stank err Stark. Come inside to check out the full video review!
Black Panther is the focus on a new special features clip from Captain America Civil War.
This morning, Marvel has officially revealed the details on the upcoming home entertainment release of their latest big screen endeavor, Captain America: Civil War. The blu-ray will be hitting shelves this September with a slew of special features, which you can learn all about inside.
Marvel Studios TV shows exist in the same shared universe as the big screen MCU films. The series’ often make references to the films. Why, then, do the films never acknowledge anything that happens on television or on Netflix?
Which is the best comic book inspired trilogy? Christopher Nolan’s revered Dark Knight trilogy has become the gold standard for turning comic book super heroes into serious art. However, the three MCU Captain America films have been called the best of all the MCU franchises. Both are excellent trilogies. Which is better? Let’s take a look.
Hey guys its Toy Review Tuesday time. So this week I got a Captain America Civil War figure from S.H. Figuarts and against all odds and common sense, I even picked up a Machine Robo figure...and even liked it. Come inside to check out this week's new episode!
While the events of Captain America: Civil War happened over a few days, the event was a much bigger deal in the comic book universe. Marvel’s Civil War lasted a full year with a 7 issue run of the core storyline. The real bits and pieces of the event took place during a universe wide cross over run with each character and book having special Civil War covers. Combined with storylines like Avengers Disassembled and House of M, the scale was massive. In the comics Civil War was an absolute all-out war that shook the Marvel universe, and yet the film changes some things to take things in an entirely different direction.