She-Hulk has an odd history in the real world before she ever made it to the page.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is the 28th film in the MCU, and another impressive addition to the narrative of the larger universe. While most of the movies can be watched on their own, this one has some stronger ties to past projects. In my opinion, essential viewing before this one is WandaVision, with Spider-Man: No Way Home and the first Doctor Strange movie very helpful to understanding many of the references.
Disney+ has done several remarkable series with various Marvel characters. The least-known to non-comic readers so far has got to be Moon Knight, which has been a fantastic ride. They’ve taken bits of Moon Knight’s story from the comics and adapted it into something new. Sadly, these series tend to be short and this is…
This might be one of the shortest reviews I’ve ever written. Not that “Asylum,” the fifth episode of Moon Knight, wasn’t great (it really was) or that I didn’t like it (I loved it). I try very hard to not do spoilers in my reviews, and there is surprise after surprise throughout this story.
Moon Knight is arguably one of the most obscure characters to make the jump from the comics to the MCU. I’ve been a fan of the character for years, and wasn’t sure what to expect from this series. It has been fantastic
Now Moon Knight has appeared in the MCU via the Disney+ series, and it is, while still a superhero story, both a mystical fantasy and a psychological thriller.
Now we’ve met this incarnation of Steven Grant, and gotten at least a glimpse of Marc Spector, Moon Knight, and Khonshu. We’ve met Arthur Harrow, a very unusual villain, and gotten an idea of the problems facing all of them.
With Moon Knight debuting on Disney+ on March 30th, this seemed like a good time to give an overview of the character for those who aren’t familiar with him.
The Defenders are leaving Netflix. What comes next?
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has done a lot of things that have never been done before, from the intricacy of the world-building to the range of characters and types of stories. It’s also in contention for the longest-running movie franchise and has been of overall amazing quality. Spider-Man: No Way Home, continues both those trends.