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Category Archives: Marvel
“The enemy has the advantage. We need one of our own.” SYNOPSIS: Coulson and his team are now wanted fugitives with limited resources — but that’s not stopping them from keeping the world safe from powerful and unseen threats everywhere. However, with new … Continue reading
The cover to Thor #1, by Russell Dauterman with colors by Frank Martin Jr. is completely rocking my world, as is the new Thor logo, which is so clever that I have no idea how they hadn’t done it before now. Thor … Continue reading
I don’t know if you know, but Guardians of the Galaxy came out this weekend. Look out for a spoilery discussion once the rest of the GRC team gets the chance to watch it! I got to see Guardians of the Galaxy … Continue reading
It’s shaping up to be a big year for announcements at San Diego Comic Con, and we here at GRCT are on pins and needles waiting to see what Marvel has in store for their panel tomorrow, even if none … Continue reading
“What do you think of the news about Lady!Thor?” This question has been running rampant through the blogosphere and beyond since Marvel’s announcement last week. As a comic book fan of the female persuasion, I lost the ability to count … Continue reading
Story: Nathan Edmondson Art: Phil Noto Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel Behind the cut is a review for Black Widow, volume 5, issue 1. There are light spoilers for this issue, but none for future issues. If you’d like to go in complete … Continue reading
I should be doing homework and getting ready for class on this dreary morning, but instead, the Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer launched and I can’t stop watching it. Captain America: The Winter Soldier may be a movie about Steve … Continue reading
I’ve been keeping up with the Battle of the Atom event and decided to give it a review midway through the arc. There will be some light spoilers, so please keep that in mind before clicking the jump!
It’s been a rough couple of years for the Marvel comics properties not being made into films by the juggernaut that is Marvel Studios. The Amazing Spider-Man and X-Men: First Class made money, obviously, but when compared to the success … Continue reading