Yeah, sure, DC makes some fun things, but we are Marvel fans all the way through here at The Sassologist. Not only does Marvel have the best Cinematic Universe, it also has great tv-series and, duh, comics. We love the characters, the worlds, the settings and well, basically, everything.
Thats why, over the years, we’ve written a lot about Marvel. So here’s everything all nicely bundled up for you. Our reviews, our special features, our love. Take a look!
~ Film Reviews ~
It’s the War of the Infinity! Wait. No, it’s the third Avengers film and my Thor, you are NOT ready for this epic space battle with Thanos. All of your favorite heroes are back: Avengers, Guardians, Asgardians and other cool people.
After a small but important part in Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther now has his own feature film. This is the film
that truly introduced us to Wakanda and it’s people. Wakanda forever!
The Merc with the Mouth is back! Two years after the events of the first film, Deadpool is back to his X-Rated shenanigans. This time, he is joined by even more mutants/X-Men/gifted people.
It the superhero nobody knew anything about prior to this film. Fun fact: did you know his name actually popped up at the end of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, when Hydra wanted to wipe out all good guys?
OK, so this is not an MCU film, but Logan and all the X-Men are still a part of Marvel. So this film deserves it’s place on this list. Also because it’s just such a bad-ass film.
Tom Holland is the third Spider-Man in not too long of a time-span and you know what? He’s the best. There, we said it. This reboot is all the fans could ever wish for and more.
Who knew Thor and his pals could be so funny? Despite the dark undertone of this film, there’s actually a lot of room for comedy and jokes. This is by far the best of the three Thor films.
~ TV-Series Reviews ~
Oh boy. This was such a bad show. After a great Daredevil and Jessica Jones and a pretty decent Luke Cage, this is the let down of the century. Iron Fist and Danny Rand are terrible.
One of the few non-Netflix series out there based on a Marvel character. And Legion certainly is very, very different. It’s also different from pretty much everything else you’ve ever seen.
We did a two-parter for this though dude, with reviews on the first half and the second half of the season. It has strong points but also flaws, but it’s pretty decent for a first season.
The most positive thing about The Defender is that it’s better than Iron Fist. But, sadly, it’s worse than all the other Netflix-Marvel shows. This is not the epic team-up everybody was hoping for.
It’s almost refreshing to see a show about an almost bad-guy with a different morality than most heroes. The Punisher first appeared in Daredevil season 2, and now Frank Castle has his own show.
~ Film & TV Specials ~
In 2019, Marvel’s first MCU film lead by a woman is coming: Captain Marvel. A teaser was given in Avengers: Infinity War, but who is this Captain Marvel and what does she mean to the cinematic universe?
Are you as heartbroken as we are about Infinity War? Not much is known yet (at the time of writing this) about Avengers 4 so we’re giving you the scoop on what to expect in May 2019. The wait is almost over, right?
He’s the merc with a mouth. Wade Wilson is perhaps the best anti-hero Marvel has to offer, and we’re listing our reasons as to why this is so. Gotta love us some Skullpoopl, with his fourth wall breaking humor.
Before Avengers: Infinity War hit the theaters, we gave it our best guess on who would die in this third Avengers film. Our guesses were: Nebula, Scarlet Witch and Loki. This article also had a follow-up, see below.
This article is the follow-up to the above blog about who would die in Avengers: Infinity War. Spoiler: we were right about one of our three guesses. The future will tell if these three will stay dead for real…
Ten years of Marvel Cinematic Universe comes together with Avengers: Infinity War. In those ten years, a lot of films have come to pass. So which ones should you see before seeing IW?
No, you’ll never be fully prepared for the epicness that is Infinity War. But we’re giving you some pointers to help you before seeing this Marvel film.
Black Widow has been around since Iron Man 2, and yet she’s never the lead of the film. Avengers, Captain America: she was in it. It’s about time this kick-ass lady gets her own MCU movie.
And suddenly, there it was. The first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. As we do more often with trailers, we made a reaction piece on what to think about Thanos, TeamCap and TeamIronMan.
Not everything Marvel makes, is a sure hit. On television, a lot more could be done. The new shows Inhumans was almost cancelled even before hitting the small screen. What happened?
Oh Shuri. She was perhaps the best asset to Black Panther. She’s smarter than Tony Stark and also has more sass. This girl is going places, besides Wakanda. She even saved Bucky!
The third Thor film is obviously based on Norse mythology. We kinda know who Thor and Loki are; but who is Hela? What is Ragnarok? We try to explain it all in this article.
~ Comics ~
Other than in the films, in the comics there are enough female leads. There are the obvious picks, but also names that are less known to a wide audience. Here’s our list with strong female leads.
If you’re new to the comics of Marvel, it can be a bit overwhelming. Where do you even start? If you like the Thor films and want to start with the comics, we’re giving you some nice tips on beginning.
It’s the Young Adult among all the heavy comics and tv-series: Runaways. It’s getting a reboot on both mediums so no matter what your preference is, you can enjoy yourself with a new comic or episode.
So, Star Wars obviously wasn’t invented by Stan Lee or his colleagues at Marvel. Still, the Star Wars comics are published by the studio so that’s why this Darth Vader comic made our list.
The same as with Darth Vader, Princess Leia’s comic is published by Marvel. It’s something different from the usual comic but surely it’s a must read for all Star Wars fans.
She Hulk gives new life to an already great character who was always underrated. This comic has a great story and themes: building yourself up after you have been broken. The artwork really reflects the tone of the series. And, who doesn’t like a bit of murder mystery?
While the whole world is waiting for Avengers 4 after seeing Avengers: Infinity War, there are some things you can do. Of course, you can re-watch ten years worth of MCU films. But, you could also read up on comics. These are comics you can read to ease the waiting and to spike up your Marvel knowledge.