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Here we are again, fandom feeders!
With a new Thunderbolts comic series on the way, not to mention Marvel’s ragtag team of anti-heroes having made their first animated appearance in Avengers Assemble recently and Zemo appearing in Captain America: Civil War I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see them in live action some time soon.… Continue Reading
The current landscape of superhero cinema could aptly be described as an embarrassment of riches.
The multiplex has become an all-you-can-eat smorgasbord of superhero cinema that comes in a variety of flavours for a variety of palates. Some of it might not be to your tastes, it may even be … Continue Reading
I’ve already rhapsodised about how much I love this hugely under-appreciated character.
J’onn J’onzz would be a huge asset to future Justice League films but is also interesting enough to carry a film in his own right. Audiences will inevitably draw comparison to Paul Bettany’s Vision over at … Continue Reading
I think at this point it’s fair to say that last year’s Fantastic Four was a disappointment. Despite some vociferous defence from within the Nerdifi ranks, the film generally left a bad taste in the mouths of both critics and audiences. Sa bad, in fact, that Fox discretely removed the … Continue Reading
Welcome back to my homage to the underused, underrated and downright under appreciated villains from Marvel’s rogues gallery. If you haven’t read part one you can check it our right here. N.b. These characters are in no order other than the order in which my fanboy brain conjures them.… Continue Reading
Marvel has an awesome pantheon of villains, some of whom have now been immortalised forever on the big screen.
Loki, The Red Skull, Ultron, The Kingpin. With the help of talented and dedicated actors they’ve gone from obscure funnybook characters to cultural icons.
But these are just the tip of … Continue Reading
If you were a super villain, what would your master plan be?
Starting WWIII? Robbing Fort Knox? Using mind-control to influence the world’s leaders?
Today’s subject does all three before breakfast, but even the greatest of arch villains have humble beginnings.
Doctor Doom first appeared in Fantastic Four #5 in … Continue Reading