Tag: marvel comics

Luke Cage: The Question on Our Minds

We have a simple question that needs to be answered: When is Luke Cage in the MCU? We will include spoilers of Luke Cage and Jessica Jones, so please be warned. If you haven’t checked out Marvel’s Luke Cage, I’d…

Comics Review: Alias Volume 1, #1-9 (2001-2003)

Since Jessica Jones was green lighted for a season 2 on Netflix, I decided to go and read the series that inspired the adaptation. Alias, written by Brian Bendis and drawn by Michael Gaydos revolves around private investigator Jessica Jones,…

Doctor Strange, Then and Now

The first Doctor Strange trailer launched today with great fanfare. Check it out above. In previous weeks, there have been pics floating around online of Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, out in the streets of New York, and in a…

A Look at the DC Animated Universe

From very early on I strictly followed my comic book mantra: “Make Mine Marvel!” I would occasionally venture into the DC comic book universe but it was Marvel that truly held me captive. Growing up in the 70s and 80s, the animated…

Ep. 4 – Fantastic Four: 4th Time is the Charm

On this week’s episode of The Mass Invasion Podcast, Janifer and Pedro discuss all the previous Fantastic Four movies, including the incredibly bad one made in 1994 (to watch that film, head here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVLqs9MrGbw).  We also ask the hard question, like…

Episode 2: San Diego Comic Con 2015 Wrap-Up

In this episode of The Mass Invasion podcast, we wrap up on all the San Diego Comic Con news, as we are joined in the studio by Kevin from Illumination Entertainment’s film “Minions”, currently in theaters. Okay, so he really…

Love for the Anti-Hero

What is with the human species and the anti-hero?  I can go as far back as Shakespeare’s main character Hamlet, comic book heroes like Iron Man/Tony Stark and Batman/Bruce Wayne, to Grumpy from Snow White, Oscar the Grouch from Sesame…