In this installment: Daredevil’s best season yet, Sam Esmail and Julia Roberts’s brilliance, and Chris Pine swings his sword.
It aims to be a palette cleanser of little significance, and on that it succeeds.
Let’s see how much I can write without giving anything away, which is weird considering the sheer much-ness of it.
David and Brian have a spoiler-filled discussion of the new season of what’s still Netflix’s best comic series, but that might not mean much.
Equally thrilling and thought-provoking, Ryan Coogler’s entry to MCU is an important piece of Black Art.
The latest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe soars like Mjolnir on the vision of Taika Waititi and its exemplary cast.
The much-hyped team-up of all the major Marvel/Netflix players is an uneven exercise in brand management. (Full season spoilers ahoy!)
Marvel takes back the web-slinger and hits ‘SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING’ out of the park.
The new adventure with Star Lord and the gang gets the job done, providing steady laughs and a deeper emotional core.
Doctor Strange takes its audience on a fantastical voyage to the psychedelic fringes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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