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Destroy All Monsters!

I’ve been lax on posting these flash fiction pieces, but hey, life happens. Anyway, enjoy!

Karen was no stranger to monsters.  Real monsters, beings that defied the laws of reality and logic as humanity knew it.  656 more words

Will Liv Tyler Return in Avengers: Infinity War?

As we all know The Incredible Hulk never got a sequel and while Banner has made himself known throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe, even had an actor change, there’s been no sign of Liv Tyler’s character, Betty Ross. 85 more words

Upcoming Films

thoughts on Tokyo ghoul (series 1)

this is by far the most requested anime i’ve been told to watch, so i finally watched it now, so now you can all be happy that i watched it-oh wait there is a series 2 and a film….well i’m not watching the film thats for sure. 510 more words

Hulk #1: Sensational, Incredible, Adjectiveless...?


Since crashing onto the Marvel scene in February of 1980, Jennifer Walters has  carried a lot of descriptors. She’s been savage, sensational, and always the She-. 811 more words

Comic Books

Iron Man: Gamma Protocol

Earth’s mightiest heroes…trying to decide whether to go to KFC or chimichangas for lunch.


Fun Cards: 1982 Topps Joe Dunning, Ted What's-His-Name, and The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk premiered in 1978 starring Bill Bixby as David Bruce Banner and Lou Ferrigno as The Incredible Hulk. The program is currently available to stream on Netflix, but I received a notification that it would be removed on January 1. 259 more words


Doctor Strange - A Familiar Dinner Spruced Up With An Exotic New Spice

Marvel Studios has reached a bit of a holding pattern with its much loved cinematic universe. After nearly a decade of iteration on the superhero genre with no real flops to speak of, Marvel has found a recipe that works: start with a likable lead character, add dazzling effects, mix in a liberal serving of action, sprinkle the snarky comedy all over the place, season with just a pinch of romance, dump a throwaway villain on top and… 1,544 more words

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