Unboxing Toy Con 2019: Marvel Legends Reveals

Hasbro has recently released official images of the Marvel Legends reveals at Unboxing Toy Con 2019. Both figures will be apart of an upcoming Spider-man wave, which currently does not have an associated Build a Figure with the wave. The wave is set to release in Spring 2020. The reveals include: White Rabbit Superior Octopus However, the wave will fully consist of: Velocity Suit Spiderman (Marvel’s Spiderman) Spider-Armor Mark III (Marvel’s Spiderman) Shang-Chi White Rabbit Superior Octopus Vulture (Classic) Now, looking at this wave it will be very interesting to see what the Build a Figure will turn…

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SDCC 2019: Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings

FINALLY, we have confirmation on the upcoming Shang-Chi film. Readers can obviously tell I, Ben, am happy that one of my favorite martial artists in the MCU will be getting his own film. Now, the film is called Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings. This means we are getting the real Mandarin and not that knockoff from Iron Man 3. I am so glad that the Mandarin will be the villain in this film, as it makes more sense that he would work better with Shang-Chi instead of…

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Destin Daniel Cretton to Direct Marvel’s ‘Shang-Chi’

The Hollywood Reporter has reported that Destin Daniel Cretton is set to direct Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi. Cretton is best known for his 2013 film, Short Term 12, and 2017’s The Glass Castle.  For those who are not aware, the character is a Martial Artist of an Asian-American descent. He was created by Steve Engleheart and Jim Starlin. The character made his debut in Special Marvel Edition #15, which was released in December, 1973. He later rebelled against his father when he became a hero. The character recently appeared as a member of the Avengers during the Marvel Now! event in 2012. As reported…

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Marvel Studios to Produce “Shang-Chi” Live-Action Film

Deadline has reported that Marvel Studios is producing a live-action film based on the character Shang-Chi. For those who are not aware, the character is a Martial Artist of an Asian-American descent. He was created by Steve Engleheart and Jim Starlin. The character made his debut in Special Marvel Edition #15, which was released in December, 1973. Dave Callaham is set to write the screenplay for the film and it has also been reported that Marvel Studios is in the process of finding a director of an Asian/ Asian-American descent to direct the project. Deadline provided a description…

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Late Review: Totally Awesome Hulk #15

It’s Thursday which can only mean one thing. Late review, and this week its not different with Totally Awesome Hulk #15. Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Mahmud Asrar Colorist:Nolan Woodard Letter: VC’s Cory Petit Cover by: Stonehouse Assistant Editor: Chris Robinson Editor: Mark Paniccia Starting off, the cover by Stonehouse was what originally brought me in. Seeing four Asian-American superheroes was an amazing site to behold. I usually pick up Totally Awesome Hulk in trade, but I had to make the exception for this issue. For those deciding to pick this…

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