Somehow Marvel has managed to sidestep the sh*tstorm that almost always accompanies these sorts of shakeups. They’ve essentially Crisis-ed the Marvel Universe and no one cares.
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Marvel Studios and the Russo Brothers take elements from what is arguably the greatest modern Cap storyline to make a tense and thoroughly entertaining game changer that is sure to affect the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.
How is it that classic movies have less-than-classic sequels? Some of them are genuinely terrible, but what of the unsung sequels? This week, we’re looking back at some of cinema’s redheaded stepchildren of underrated sequels.
We’re mere weeks away from the unofficial start of “movie season” and 2013 is loaded with superheroes. Which movie are you throwing your cash at with the most enthusiasm?
Marvel continues to dominate to comics-to-screen market, and there’s no signs of slowing down. Check out the first trailer for next year’s ‘Iron Man 3’, starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, and Ben Kingsley as The Mandarin!
Even if you haven’t seen ‘The Avengers’ by now, you’ve undoubtedly heard the buzz surrounding the end credits sequence. No, not that one. The shawarma one. What is shawarma, you ask? Let Jason Knize feed your mind while you feed your face.
It’s been four years since Nick Fury first introduced moviegoers to the concept of The Avengers Initiative, and 4 films later, we finally have the long-awaited big screen team-up of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. Can they live up to the hype? Short answer: Yes.
‘Captain America: The First Avenger’ marks the final super-hero movie of the summer, and the final piece in the puzzle before the big-screen ‘Avengers’ team-up slated for 2012. The First Avenger has more than just the fate of the free world riding on Steve Rogers’ broad-ass shoulders.
After over a decade of box-office dominance, have superheroes become passe to the general moviegoing public? Read on and join the debate.
Stay tuned to PanelsOnPages.com today, as Marvel.com will be live streaming a press conference that will be “Marvel history in the making”, starting at 12 PM EST.
The comic book movie isn’t going away any time soon, but after a decade of dominance at the box office, has the heyday of the big-screen comic adaptation passed us by?
This past 4th of July weekend, PanelsOnPages.com and The PoP!ulation gathered together in Indianapolis, Indiana to celebrate not only the country that gives us the freedom to fuck Rancors and bitch about Transformers 2, but the housewarming of PoP!-Star Jason Kerouac, moving from the East Coast to the Midwest.