Disney Investor Day: Marvel Recap

Happy Saturday heroes! I’m here with a quick recap of everything you’ve missed during the Disney Investor Day. This post specifically recapping every bit of Marvel news we were able to get. So without further ado, here’s the recap.   Starting things off we have a new trailer for the upcoming WandaVision series which is set to start it’s run on January 15th 2021. We’ve learned that this series will lead into Doctor Strange: In The Multiverse of Madness. Wanda played by Elizabeth Olsen is set to star in that upcoming…

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Tatiana Maslany to Play She-Hulk

Happy Thursday heroes! We have some news coming out Deadline. We’ve learned that Tatiana Maslany is set to play one Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk in the upcoming Disney + series starring that character. This makes me so happy because I’ve loved Tatiana Maslany work since Orphan Black and since then she’s been good in everything she’s done since then. So I’m satisfied with this casting choice. I believe she’ll do a fantastic job as the lead character. It makes me glad knowing that Kevin Feige is committed on his mission…

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[Toy Review] Marvel Legends Fantastic Four Super Skrull Build-A-Figure Wave

Hey there Hero Club, the Fantastic Four has returned to the Marvel Legends line properly after the previous Walgreeens exclusives were successful. The wave brings in the modern interpretations of Reed Richards (Mr. Fantastic), Sue Richards (Invisible Woman), Johnny Storm (Human Torch) and Ben Grimm (The Thing). These figure use a lot parts from the classic versions released at Walgreens in the last few years. However, two brand-new figures are brought into the line with Victor Von Doom (Dr. Doom) and Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk). Whereas, the Build-a-Figure included is the Super Skrull, a previously cancelled Walgreens exclusive. With so much love put into this…

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Marvel Finds Head Writers for She-Hulk and Moon Knight

Happy Friday heroes! We have some Marvel news on the Disney + forefront. Both She-Hulk and Moon Knight have found their head writers respectively. Jessica Gao, known for winning a Emmy for the episode of Rick and Morty titled “Pickle Rick” will be the lead of the writing team for She-Hulk. Meanwhile Jeremy Slater, who recently wrote the Netflix comic book adaptation for Umbrella Academy is set to lead the writing team for Moon Knight. I’m happy for both of these series will have solid writers leading the process on each show.…

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NYCC 2019: Hasbro’s Marvel Legends Official Images & Info

Today is the official start of New York Comic Con, and Hasbro has unleashed themselves onto the convention. Previously on the site we covered Hasbro’s upcoming 2020 releases for the Transformers: War for Cybertron – Earth Rise and Transformers: Cyberverse toylines. However, we currently have official information regarding their future Marvel Legends releases. Now, the bulk of the reveals are centered on ‘the First Family of Marvel,’ the Fantastic Four in their first official retail release and wave. In addition, we have more Deadpool variants coming in near future. Furthermore,…

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D23 2019: New Disney+ Marvel Series Announcement

Marvel Entertainment is currently holding their presentation at D23 2019. During their presentation they unveiled several new live-action series based on various Marvel properties that will be released exclusively on the Disney+ streaming. Earlier today it was reported that a show based on Ms. Marvel was in the works, however two more shows were recently revealed. Alongside the various shows based on existing characters in Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios will be developing shows on She-Hulk and Moon Knight. No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates. Just announced at…

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Late Review: Hulk #1

Review by XBen3000 This will be a spoiler-free review. Hulk #1 Writer: Mariko Tamaki Artist: Nico Leon Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit Designer: Manny Mederos Cover Artist: Jeff Dekal Assistant Editor: Christina Harrington Editors: Mark Paniccia with Katie Kubert Going into this book, I was not sure what to expect. I was not familiar with Mariko Tamaki’s writing nor Nico Leon’s artwork. That said they blew me away with this first issue. The series takes place after Civil War II and I was not confused. The way Mariko writes Jennifer Walters is…

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