This week is another dark episode, this time turning Marvel super-heroes into zombies. The horror comes not only from how this happens, but from how fate creates several roadblocks. There are also several callbacks to previous episodes.
If something changes in the Marvel Universe, how could it affect everything? That’s the premise of a new Disney Plus series. The premiere episode features Peggy Carter becoming a super-soldier instead of Steve Rogers.
The finale officially declares Sam Wilson as Captain America, but he tries to convince Karli that death won’t change the world. John Walker still wants revenge against her, and fans find out who’s the Power Broker (and it’s who what some suspected).
Who gets to be a hero? That’s the real question asked this week John Walker thinks he should still be a hero after last week’s tragedy, and he’ll do anything to keep that. A mysterious contessa may give him an option.
Meanwhile, Sam decides if he wants to use the shield Steve Rogers gave him, he should. He and Bucky are still worried about what Karli and the Flag Smashers will do next.
Things get more complicated for Sam an Bucky as they try to keep the Dora Milaje away from Zemo, while trying to convince Karli her way to make a new world doesn’t work. John Walker and Lemar ruin things several times, but an unexpected death leads to a decision that literally shocks the world.
The post-Blip world is getting more complicated, as this episode shows. Sam and Bucky have to free Baron Zemo to find out who’s making Super Soldiers. They’re sent to a very flashy and evil island, and meet up with Sharon Carter. They make some progress, but it’s hard to say who’s working for who.
The world has a new Captain America, but it also has some Super-Soldiers who are causing some major damage. Sam and Bucky deal with both, and a secret not even Steve Rogers knew.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is not Wandavision. It’s the closest Disney Plus will get to an MCU movie. It’s a super-hero buddy cop movie with bad guys, but it’s also about people determined to live up to someone who was a major part of the MCU. Some will succeed, and one man may […]
It’s been ten years in the making, but the Avengers finally clash with Thanos over the Infinity Stones and ultimate power. The result is a great movie that may have too much action and heroes to handle.
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?