On Friday morning I woke up early, so I could watch the first few episodes of Daredevil before work. I had finished rewatching the first season the night before so I was all caught up and anxiously awaited the return of Charlie Cox as Daredevil, the debuts of Jon Bernthal as the Punisher, and Elodie Yung arriving as Elektra. I worried a little about whether or not season two could live up to season one, and now I feel foolish to have ever questioned it.
When Marvel created the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it was touted as a shared universe between all of their different live action projects. That’s a pretty cool idea. Currently, Marvel has three different types of live action products going on. The big screen movies, some epic, like the Avengers and Captain America films, some much smaller, like Antman. The network TV stuff, produced for ABC because of the Disney ownership of both Marvel and ABC, and the Netflix streaming projects like Daredevil and Jessica Jones. But do they really play well in the same sand box, and should they?
A couple of weeks back, I collaborated on a post with our site editor/creator Josiah where we individually ranked the movies currently in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As anyone who’s read that post can see, we differed in our 1-10 ranking. For some reason because of this, I feel the need to justify why each movie ended up where it did. Continue reading Ranking the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Sweet Lou’s 1-10
Skye is an Inhuman, and the world of Agents of Shield will never be the same. This is what the rest of AoS’s sophomore season is going to consist of. The question is, along with being an Inhuman, is she still able to be an agent, a part of Coulson’s team? “One of Us” began that narrative, as well as broadened the MCU/MTU’s ever expanding list of characters…oh! and we got a tease of what Mack and Bobbi have been up to, and let me tell you… yeah, I don’t know where I was going with that, but it’s going to flip things on its head… Continue reading Agents of SHIELD: One of Us Review