Avengers: Endgame is the ultimate “season finale” movie, more than Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings. Our heroes try to undo what Thanos did via time travel, and the process creates an excellent climax.
The search for the Soul Stone was the key moment in both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. The difference between the two is that the first was done for power, the other for love and family. Here’s why.
In super hero movies, the entire world is at stake because of a evil sociopath, alien invasion or a dangerous robot, then the hero saves the day. And leaves a major mess he doesn’t clean up. What if this time the world thinks it’s about time heroes should be regulated just like coal mines and the FDA?
Now that Avengers: Age of Ultron has had its US premiere we can present the full press conference, spoilers and all. If you have not yet seen the movie, you may want to pass by this article and return after you check it out.
The second Avengers movie pits Earth’s Mightiest Heroes against an enemy one of them created in a battle that threatens the world. The sequel isn’t quite as good as the last two Marvel movies, but still a great start to the summer movie season.
Whedonopolis recently attended the press conference for Avengers: Age of Ultron. There is a media blackout about details of the film, however, we can share the photos taken at the press conference, and whet your appetite with non-spoiler quotes from Joss Whedon and Robert Downey Jr.
A new trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron is here.
Can’t wait five more days for the first trailer to Avengers: Age of Ultron? Neither can Marvel. It’s been released online.
I may have been lagging in my comic book slaying duties, my fellow Scoobies, but I’m back with a vengeance and ready to deliver the goods on the fifth issue of Angel & Faith: Season 10 written by Victor Gischler and featuring the art of Derlis Santacruz. While Angel & Faith may not have the […]