The Russo Brothers pull off a juggling act for the ages.
This past Friday, the second season of Marvel’s Daredevil was released on Netflix. After finishing the 13th episode late Saturday night, I spent most of yesterday trying to digest what I had seen. It’s not that Daredevil Season 2 is some labyrinthine work of genre-destroying fiction, but it has its moments.
David McGinnis & Nathan James talk the latest Netflix comic series.
Bet you didn’t think Ant-Man would be the better of Marvel’s theatrical offerings this year.
Apparently it is possible to have too much of a good thing.
The short version: Netflix’s entry into the MCU is the best comic book television series I’ve ever seen, and very nearly the best thing Marvel Studios has put their name on.
Marvel’s new TV effort is snappy fun, buoyed most of all by a winning Hayley Atwell.
Are Disney and Marvel a match made in corporate heaven?
It’s Marvel’s most entertaining and creative film yet, perfectly cast and intelligent enough to learn from what has come before.
In evoking the spirit of classic ’70s paranoid thrillers, the new Captain America is the smartest, most complete Marvel film yet.