Archive for January 12, 2018
No one is happier than Thor: Ragnarok star Tessa Thompson that her portrayal of Valkyrie has inspired Marvel Comics to adapt the character for a new comic book series. Valkyrie already exists in the comics, but the addition of Thor: Ragnarok‘s Valkyrie to the comic book world distinguishes her as a separate character from the more sober, blonde heroine who bears the same name.
Earlier this week, Marvel announced plans for a new Exiles comic starring teleporting mutant Blink, a cartoon Wolverine, an aged version of Kamala Khan, an alternate universe version of Kang called Iron Lad, the original Nick Fury, and an MCU-inspired Valkyrie. This incarnation ...
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The future of the Marvel universe comes to life in Old Man Hawkeye #1, and it looks like Venom has set its sights on a new host: Multiple Man. Back in 2008, writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven created Wolverine: Old Man Logan, which would grow to become one of Marvel’s most beloved alternate reality stories. It’d go on to influence Logan and the character even joined the main Marvel universe following Secret Wars. Now, the brand-new series Old Man Hawkeye from Ethan Sacks and Marco Checchetto is attempting to recapture that magic with the Avenging Archer.
Old Man Hawkeye #1 picks up years before Clint Barton goes blind and properly teams up with Logan, instead exploring the future dystopia from his perspective. ...
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When it comes to making television content for tweens, it really doesn’t get much better than the Disney Channel – a network which has mastered the family-friendly formula of producing TV shows and movies that are not only interesting to pre-teens, but also deemed as acceptable by their parents. It’s hard work to meet both of those expectations, especially when your audiences are only tweens for a limited amount of years, and then move on to look for different things in the entertainment industry.
Over time, the Disney Channel has successfully captured the attention of many different generations of children and pre-teens in the last few decades, having nearly mastered the medium while simultaneously launching successful careers ...
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