In this week’s episode of the Pop Culture Fae Podcast, I discuss my thoughts on the MCU’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premiere and She-Hulk’s comic book origins. You can listen to it now wherever you get your podcasts.
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Comic Review: Carnage (2016) #1-16 by Gerry Conway
By Miller C. Lashbrook This series was such a pleasant surprise. I have never been a big Venom or Carnage fan when they are not in a Spider-Man story. However, I wanted to read this series because I know it set up some things in Absolute Carnage. This series is a thrilling combination of PredatorContinue reading “Comic Review: Carnage (2016) #1-16 by Gerry Conway”
Pop Culture Fae Podcast – Episode 8: How to Get into Reading Comics ft. Matt Roembke
In this week’s episode of the Pop Culture Fae Podcast, I discuss, with the help of guest Matt Roembke of The Direct Podcast, how to get into reading Comic Books. We give some good comic recommendations and ways to get your hands on them. You can listen to it now wherever you get your podcasts.
MCU: Top 5 Predictions for Marvel at San Diego Comic-Con 2022
by Miller C. Lashbrook San Diego Comic-Con is this week, July 20-24. The convention begins this evening in San Diego and concludes on Sunday. Throughout the week at various booths and panels, entertainment companies will use this flagship fandom event to make announcements and drop trailers. One company known for its Comic-Con presentations is MarvelContinue reading “MCU: Top 5 Predictions for Marvel at San Diego Comic-Con 2022”
10 Mutants that I Need to See in the MCU
by Miller C. Lashbrook I have been thinking a lot about mutants this past week, and so to lean into that, in this post, I am going to share 10 Mutants from the Marvel Comics that I really look forward to seeing adapted in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. These mutants are not necessarily my topContinue reading “10 Mutants that I Need to See in the MCU”
MCU: Thoughts on Ms. Marvel being a mutant.
by Miller C. Lashbrook On Thursday, I attempted to unpack all that we learned about Ms. Marvel’s powers in her series in my blog post: MCU: What is going on with Ms. Marvel’s Powers? In this blog post, I am going to share more of my thoughts on the origin of her powers in theContinue reading “MCU: Thoughts on Ms. Marvel being a mutant.”
Comic Review: Black Panther: World of Wakanda (2017)
By Miller C. Lashbrook Black Panther: World of Wakanda is the perfect companion piece to Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Black Panther (2016) storyline, “A Nation Under Our Feet” (Read my review of it here). Coates’ Black Panther book at the end of the day is T’Challa’s story; so, even though his book features many side characters, thereContinue reading “Comic Review: Black Panther: World of Wakanda (2017)”
Comic Review: Black Panther (2016) – “A Nation Under Our Feet”
By Miller C. Lashbrook This is modern superhero comics at its finest! Ta-Nehisi Coates brings his experience with real-world politics to Wakanda for a politically, philosophically, and spiritually intriguing story for T’Challa, that at the end of the day is still character-driven. There is a bit of continuity that leads into this run on BlackContinue reading “Comic Review: Black Panther (2016) – “A Nation Under Our Feet””
Comic Review: Spider-Women
By Miller C. Lashbrook As part of my reading of Marvel Comics from the past decade, I read the mini-event Spider-Women by Dennis Hopeless, Jason Latour, and Robbie Thompson, which crosses over the writers’ series, Spider-Woman, Spider-Gwen, and Silk, respectively. This mini-event is consists of an Alpha and Omega issue by all three writers andContinue reading “Comic Review: Spider-Women”
Comic Review: Avengers: Standoff by Nick Spencer
by Miller C. Lashbrook Over the past few years, as I consume more and more Comic Book based media and read more comics, I decided to go back and read a lot of old Marvel comic events. The most recent of these that I read as I made my way through Marvel canon is thatContinue reading “Comic Review: Avengers: Standoff by Nick Spencer”