Tag: JESSICA JONES
The trailer recently came out for the upcoming Netflix Defenders series, and it looks like it should be fun. However, shared universe projects cane easily go awry. Cinelinx looks at 7 things the Defenders needs to avoid in order to make this work.
Marvel has some great comic book villains. Although people have complained that the cinematic interpretations of Marvel villains in the MCU have been mostly lackluster--which they have been--there have been a few fun Marvel bad guys who buck the trend. Aside from the Disney MCU, we have bad guys from the Fox films and the Netflix shows. Here are five well-done live-action villains appearing on Marvel shows or films.
Marvel’s latest Netflix show Iron Fist was released yesterday and it’s gotten punched in the gut by critics, receiving a paltry 17 % fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and a somewhat higher 37% on Metacritic. Is it really that bad? Cinelinx break down the show to see if it’s as dismal as advertised and if so, what went wrong. (Spoilers ahead)
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Clark Gregg, star of ABC’s Agents of SHIELD, recently hinted at an ABC/Neflix crossover for the Marvel small-screen properties, which is good news for all the people who are disgruntled that there are no characters from the Netflix shows or Agents of SHIELD due to appear in any MCU film in the near future. Could TV’s Agents of SHIELD be planning a crossover with the Netflix shows?
Marvel’s Netflix series have been a hit with the fans but they might be upping the ante when it comes to release dates.
Marvel’s latest Netflix series Luke Cage debuted this weekend, to high expectations. So far, the previous Marvel Netflix shows have been outstanding. Does Luke Cage continue the high quality trend? The answer is…mostly yes, but with reservations. Beware of Spoilers!
If you missed out on the first Alias series from Marvel you missed one of the best and grittiest comics Marvel released under its MAX banner. Written by Brian Michael Bendis and drawn by Michael Gaydos it ran 28 issues from 2001 to 2004 and won several awards. Also it set the ground work for this little Netflix show called Jessica Jones, you may have seen it, if you’re hip like me.