Post Tagged with: “marvel comics”

SEQUELISED: Blade II (2002)

SEQUELISED: Blade II (2002)

Richard gives Guillermo Del Toro’s first comic book romp another watch after his Oscar win. 

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Snipes, Stakes and Sunblock: Revisiting Blade

Snipes, Stakes and Sunblock: Revisiting Blade

With Black Panther tearing up the box office, we revisit Wesley Snipes’ debut as the Daywalker twenty years later.

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REVIEW: Logan (2017)

REVIEW: Logan (2017)

Hugh Jackman takes out his claws for the final time in this X-film like no other. Richard tells us the praise is justified. 

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PODCAST: Stuck! In the Longbox #1: “Joke’s On You”

PODCAST: Stuck! In the Longbox #1: “Joke’s On You”

Comic book aficionados Zayvier and Luca join the team to discuss all the latest funny book goodness, beginning with The Joker’s secret identity and the all-important question: Who would win in a fight between Silver Surfer and Spawn?

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Mutant Melee: Revisiting X2

Mutant Melee: Revisiting X2

The mutants are threatened with extinction in Bryan Singer’s first high-octane sequel…

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Before the Apocalypse: Revisiting X-Men

Before the Apocalypse: Revisiting X-Men

With X-Men: Apocalypse on the way, Dylan takes us back to the start of Fox’s X-Men film series with Bryan Singer’s all-important first chapter. 

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THE COMIC COMPENDIUM: Spider-Men (2012)

THE COMIC COMPENDIUM: Spider-Men (2012)

Peter Parker joins forces with fellow Spider-Man Miles Morales in this memorable limited series from Brian Michael Bendis. 

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Marvel’s First Family: Revisiting Fantastic Four (1994-1996)

Marvel’s First Family: Revisiting Fantastic Four (1994-1996)

Has there EVER been a good adaptation of Fantastic Four? We take another look at the ’94 series. 

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The Man Without Fear: Revisiting Daredevil

The Man Without Fear: Revisiting Daredevil

Before Marvel Studios resurrects the Devil, how does the one with Batman… um, Ben Affleck hold up?

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TV GEMS: X-Men (1992-1997)

TV GEMS: X-Men (1992-1997)

Edward tucks into arguably the best screen adventures for the X-Men. 

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