his time, Peter isn’t a sidekick. He doesn’t have his mentor to fall back on, and the pressure compounds on the snapped-back teen from the beginning. Everywhere he turns, he feels the loss of Iron Man felt, along with the entire world wondering “Who will rise up to take his place?” This pushes the once zealous hero back into his 16-year-old shell, hoping to take a breather from the hero world and focus on a budding relationship with M.J. (Zendaya).
We’re pretty sure with this trailer and poster, Marvel just said, “DC, we see your Wonder Woman and raise you a Captain Marvel.”
As huge Marvel Universe fans in our house, we’ve been eagerly watching for any information regarding Captain Marvel and what her upcoming movie is going to mean to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). This morning, Entertainment Weekly revealed the first official look at Captain Marvel and some facts and info for people who aren’t familiar with the character.
by Lori Twichell Note: The following article is not a review of the movie. Our review of the movie can be found here. This article appeared earlier this morning on our sister site, Radiant Lit. When my family and I first started into our Marvel journey, it was with Captain America. My husband and I were very […]
by Lori Twichell The latest cinematic spectacle from Marvel hits theaters in just a few days (April 27) but the reviews from critics and early screenings are starting to pop up across the internet and they skew decidedly positive. In fact, many of the review seem to heap praise upon the film. One overwhelming message […]