Posts with the tag Marvel.

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Detecting the Marvelous - Ms. Marvel (2014) - Ms. Marvel is simply Marvelous

Posted by: Matthew Ardill  •  November 27, 2023 @ 5:31pm

Dan, Layney and Matt chat about Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel (2014) and the joy she brought to the Marvel universe. While talking about the comic we discuss the Disney+ adaptation, Iman Vellani, The Marvels and the power of representation.

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Detecting the Marvelous - Squirrel Girl - Sebastian Fazio talks about nuts...

Posted by: Matthew Ardill  •  November 12, 2023 @ 9:15pm

Dan, Layney, and Matt chat with Sebastian Fazio about Marvel's nuttiest hero, the unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Marvel's funniest and funnest addition to the roster of their mightiest heroes. That's a lot of adjectives in one paragraph. Is it justified? Tippy would say yes, listen to find out for yourself.

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Detecting the Marvelous - Daredevil - New Kid On The Cell Block

Posted by: Matthew Ardill  •  October 2, 2023 @ 8:00am

We go to the big house along with Matt Murdock to one of the world's most notorious prisons, Rikers Island. We explore Ed Brubaker's run of Daredevil with The Devil In Cell Block D.

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Detecting the Marvelous - The First Four

Posted by: Matthew Ardill  •  August 6, 2023 @ 8:23pm

Dan, Layney, and Matt talk about the first four issues of Marvel's First Family, the interesting history of its creators, and how Ben Grimm would likely be in trouble with HR.

Theme by Glen Beauchamp and art by Ben Steamroller.

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Detecting the Marvelous - Origin Stories

Posted by: Matthew Ardill  •  August 6, 2023 @ 8:19pm

Dan, Layney, and Matt get together talk about the inspiration for the new podcast, Detecting the Marvelous: what inspired them, where their love of comics comes from, and why they chose what they chose.

Theme by Glen Beauchamp and art by Ben Steamroller.

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Review: Stan Lee

Posted by: Matthew Ardill  •  June 27, 2023 @ 4:58pm

A hagiography is defined as two things: the writing of the lives of saints, and a biography that idealizes its subjects. The new Disney+ biography Stan Lee does both of those things and fits the descriptor perfectly.

Stan Lee is a controversial character.

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Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

Posted by: Matthew Ardill  •  May 6, 2023 @ 6:41pm

When Marvel announced that they hired James Gunn to direct a Guardians of the Galaxy film, my first reaction was "huh?" A Troma director with a problematic social media presence whose biggest claims to fame were 2 films about worms -- one big (Tremors) and one small (Slither) -- and a deconstruction of the superhero genre (Super) starring Rainn Wils

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Teaser Review: Captain America - Civil War

Posted by: Andrew Burns  •  November 25, 2015 @ 1:27am

Fearing the all too often trailer leaks the internet is known for these days, Disney/Marvel came up with a secret plan to debut their first teaser of the upcoming Marvel's Captain America: Civil War on Jimmy Kimmel this Tuesday night with help from Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.). And damn was it incredible.

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Review: The Avengers: Age of Ultron

Posted by: Andrew Burns  •  May 1, 2015 @ 2:31am

Every summer the box-office landscape has that one movie that's on an entirely different level than anything else out there. That one movie people of all age groups will go to see and enjoy regardless of demographics. That one movie that other studios know will be such a unbeatable juggernaut that the box-office that they don't dare release their own films till weeks later.

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Review: Guardians of the Galaxy

Posted by: Andrew Burns  •  August 5, 2014 @ 4:17pm

Some of you might be wondering, what or who the hell are these Guardians of the Galaxy? It has the Marvel logo all over the promos but these aren't characters or superheroes you've probably ever heard of right? Marvel has had a good thing going here, why take a chance with some space movie? Ten films, billions of dollars, and one hell of an opening weekend later trust me these Mar

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