Review: Luke Cage
Oct04

Review: Luke Cage

Review: Luke Cage by Jerry Whitworth   On September 30th, Netflix would release the first season of its third Defenders series in Luke Cage. The series comes after the release of two seasons of Daredevil and a single season of Jessica Jones (as Iron Fist and The Defenders will emerge next year with a third season of Daredevil, second season of Jessica Jones, and series order for The Punisher down the line). Following the events...

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From Page to Screen: Luke Cage
Jan24

From Page to Screen: Luke Cage

From Page to Screen: Luke Cage by Jerry Whitworth   With the releases of Daredevil and Jessica Jones (as the second season of Daredevil featuring the Punisher, who maybe getting his own series later, arrives in March), the next series in Netflix’s Defenders block of Marvel Television programming in Luke Cage is being filmed to premier later this year (likely in the fall). Continuing the storyline of the mysterious Luke Cage...

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From Page to Screen: The Defenders

From Page to Screen: The Defenders by Jerry Whitworth   Recently it was announced Marvel has inked a deal with Netflix to produce four series (thirteen episodes to a series) on four street level super hero characters. Series in the deal will be based on Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Jessica Jones culminating into a crossover mini-series called The Defenders. In the comics, the Defenders was known as the...

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The Power Of Conviction Man

The Power Of Conviction Man by Jerry W. Vandal NOTE: This was written in 2010 for Marvel’s Avengers Day which celebrated the relaunch of Avengers. When Marvel announced that Brian Michael Bendis would be starting a new Avengers book entitled “New Avengers,” there was fear he would JLAize the Avengers team the way Grant Morrison had done in JLA in 1997. Longtime Avengers fans feared that the team would become solely comprised of the...

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Top 10: Avengers Members
May12

Top 10: Avengers Members

Top 10: Avengers Members by Jerry Whitworth   The Avengers are Marvel Comics’ premier team of heroes (though the X-Men and Fantastic Four could also meet criteria for this claim, with the idea in mind several from both groups have been members of the Avengers) combining together the best of the society of super-heroes that protect Earth from alien invasions, the folly of man’s science, mystical threats from beyond,...

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