Ms. Marvel. Thor. Captain Marvel. Black Widow. She-Hulk. They’re mighty. They’re Marvel. And they’re exploding on to the scene in A-Force Presents Vol. 1 – the first of a brand new bi-monthly collection coming to comic shops and book stores everywhere in September!
All-New Captain America, Superior Iron Man & Thor are smash hits! Exciting and ambitious, these Avengers NOW! titles are bringing seismic changes to some of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, reinvigorating and recharging some of the most popular characters in all of fiction. Today, Marvel is pleased to announce that three of these hit titles have completely sold out and will immediately head back to press! Missed out on these energetic and action-packed comics the first time? Now is your chance to get your hands on https://easternpropane.com/savings/can-you-drink-viagra/87/ concrete essay contest spanish grammar essay checker click here source url best school essay editing service us levitra 10mg walgreens https://tffa.org/businessplan/respect-to-be-respected-essay/70/ appearance of generic plavix from cipla source go to site go hydrochlorothiazide patient reviews follow site https://sdchirogroup.com/savings/insurance-billing-specialist-resume/33/ https://lawdegree.com/questions/empirical-peer-reviewed-article/46/ see url distribuidores de viagra en mexico breach contract essays essay on life lesson learned mercilon 21 comprimidos viagra source source site amoxypen 1g dosierung viagra follow click here argumentative essay agree or disagree cialis side effects brain counterfeit viagra stories le viagra est il en vente libre en suisse viagra buy generic ALL-NEW CAPTAIN AMERICA #1,SUPERIOR IRON MAN #1 and THOR #2 when they return to comic shops this December!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has unveiled their film plans until 2019. On this week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News, the crew gets into the details about several of the planned movie including the background and what audiences might expect. Hit the jump for the films included, or hit play above. Continue reading Marvel Cinematic Universe – Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, and The Avengers: Infinity War
Well, we’ve all had a great time at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International, but it’s time to close things out, and we intend to do so with a bang (like you’d expect anything less).
For Part Three of our series of special 2013 SDCC episodes, the GeekScholars report on some of the most anticipated films:
- X-Men: Days of Future Past
- Thor: The Dark World
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier
- Guardians of the Galaxy
- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
- The LEGO Movie
- 300: Rise of an Empire
- Seventh Son
The Epix channel is turning into quite a cool little entertainment platform. This weekend, April 27 – 29, you can watch Thor and Captain America for free – as long as you sign up for a 14-day trial and catch the world premiere of a brand new documentary “The Stan Lee Story” about Stan “The Man” Lee (creator of the majority of Marvel’s characters) – who did give me permission to still his famous Excelsior! The documentary premiered April 27th, but I’m sure you can catch a replay. You can get Epix on your local cable systems, on the web and they have an app available for Xbox 360 (not sure about PS3.) Hurry and register to catch your free viewing of Captain America and Thor. It still amazes me that one man created all of these amazing characters. Here is a taste of the great one’s new documentary.
Stan Lee on Captain America
One of the biggest movies of the year – in terms of grand, epic fun – Thor gets a DVD release that provides one thing I always enjoy [a terrific commentary track by director Kenneth Branagh] but lacks the one thing I was most hoping to see: a promised short feature built around S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Coulson. Turns out that, contrary to promises made, it’s only available on the Blu-ray.
Still, even without it, the DVD release for Thor is still great fun.
In Marvel Entertainment’s Thor, it may just have its Superman: The Motion Picture.
Like a lot of movie buffs who’ve mostly enjoyed the transition of Marvel superheroes to film, I was intrigued by the trailers for Thor and turned off by its clumsily designed rash of posters. This behind-the-scenes featurette has won me over. check it out!
I’m in Las Vegas this week attending The Official Convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO), also known as CinemaCon. This is a week when Hollywood comes together with Theater owners to pat each other on the back and say “Job well done…” We also get a glance at what new technology and concepts will be making it to our local Cinemas in the next year. The exhibit floor opens today. Last night Paramount Pictures brought the stars out for a two-hour presentation of new footage from some of the hot upcoming releases. Due to embargo rules I can’t talk about much of what I saw. The two “watch” phrases of the night were “it’s a rough cut,” and “thank you Celine for letting us use the house that you built for the week…”