by Miller C. Lashbrook This is going to be a quick review, but I am Groot on Disney+. This set of 5 shorts is absolutely charming and funny. This was exactly what I was expecting from this show and it was a great treat to have waiting for me at the end of the firstContinue reading “MCU Review: I am Groot”
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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”
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”
Pop Culture Fae Podcast – Episode 6: Ms. Marvel Spoiler Discussion ft. Juveriya
This week on the Pop Culture Fae Podcast I discuss all things Ms. Marvel. I invite a special guest, Juveriya, to discuss her thoughts as a South Asian and Muslim American to talk about her thoughts on the series and how it represented her. You can listen to it now wherever you get your podcasts.
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.”
MCU: What is going on with Ms. Marvel’s powers?
by Miller C. Lashbrook In this blog post I am going to attempt to break down, just exactly what is going on with Ms. Marvel, her powers, and her origin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe now that the series has wrapped with episode six. With that being said the rest of this post will containContinue reading “MCU: What is going on with Ms. Marvel’s powers?”
MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 6
by Miller C. Lashbrook There is a lot to unpack here with this finale, especially some of the bombshells dropped at the end of the episode, but overall I do think this finale sticks the landing for the story that the series has been telling. This show has been quite the ride, I wish thatContinue reading “MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 6”
MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 5
by Miller C. Lashbrook Episode five of Ms. Marvel is all about filling in the gaps in the backstory of Kamala’s family and the partition of 1945. This episode clocks in at only 40 minutes and it shows. Unfortunately, this episode feels like it ends too soon like there is more that we should knowContinue reading “MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 5”
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””