MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 4

by Miller C. Lashbrook Episode four of Ms. Marvel is another fun chapter in our Kamala Khan adventure! This show continues to really dive head first into Kamala as a character and how they are interpreting her in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With this episode following Kamala to Karachi, Pakistan, this episode turns into aContinue reading “MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 4”

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”

MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 3

by Miller C. Lashbrook Episode three of Ms. Marvel continues to cast a charm with its mixture of young adult and superhero. With an interesting cold open, expanded world-building, and growing tension, the third episode of Ms. Marvel continues to be a great new entry into the MCU. SPOILERS AHEAD Most good middle entries inContinue reading “MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 3”

Wiccan and Hulkling: My OTP

by Miller C. Lashbrook If you are not familiar with the initialism OTP, it stands for One True Pairing. The terms is used in fandom conversation, shipping culture in particular, that is used to refer to a fiction couple, canon or not, that an individual is extremely fond of discussing, viewing, and reading about. ThisContinue reading “Wiccan and Hulkling: My OTP”

MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 2

by Miller C. Lashbrook If the first episode of Ms. Marvel set the charming tone for the series, this episode leans into it. This show continues to combine the vibe of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Lizzie Maguire, and Love, Simon into one show that is endearing and sweet. I want to have these characters as friends orContinue reading “MCU Review: Ms. Marvel – Episode 2”

MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 5

by Miller C. Lashbrook I’m possibly the most anticipated episode of Marvel’s What If…?, fans are introduced to the MCU’s zombie universe. This episode has something for every type of fan: horror, jokes, and drama. This episode by far felt the “biggest” in terms of scope. SPOILERS AHEAD During the events of Infinity War, whenContinue reading “MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 5”

MCU Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

by Miller C. Lashbrook Wow, wow, wow! After Black Widow over the summer seemed like average Marvel to me, I managed my expectations for the Marvel movies. But Shang-Chi blew those expectations out of the water. This movie is funny, thrilling, emotional, and wondrous all at once. This is the first movie since Spider-Man: FarContinue reading “MCU Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”

MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 4

by Miller C. Lashbrook I have been under the impression that each of the What If episodes has had a thesis at its core. This episode just like the previous asks questions of death. On the surface it is about grief, but really it is about how some people help to be our conscious. TheContinue reading “MCU Review: What If…? – Episode 4”