Thor Ragnarok trailer. Nuff said!!
Captain Marvel is coming and apparently it’s set in the 90s and the Skrulls are the bad guys!! This is big news because as far as we know he Skrulls we’re part of the Fantastic 4 and Marvel could not use them.
Does this mean there is any chance of us getting more of the Fantastic 4 villains? Or even more interesting is there a possibility that one of the Avengers is a Skrull?
Here is the latest trailer for The Defenders coming to Netflix on August 18!!!
Mark Ruffalo breaks our hearts today as he says “a solo Hulk movie will never happen”. He does say it’s not because of Marvel but because Universal still owns the rights and “won’t play nice”. So for everyone hoping for that movie it ain’t happening.
Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive look at Marvel Studios upcoming Black Panther film. The article gives an exclusive look at Wakanda and the cast of the show.
A team that trust is a team that triumph
This episode was dealt the task of introducing us to the new director of Shield. It’s cool to see that the new director is not just some yelling drill sergeant but a charismatic, shred character. We also get a idea on what Jemma is working on as the director is giving a tour of Shield. This is to get more funding as he is trying to bring back Shield to into the public eye. Overall, I like what the new director brings to the show and am very curious if he is the same as comic counterpart.
On the other side Daisy and Robbie’s story so far is interesting. As Daisy used her skills to find out as much information as she could to use to get his attention. It may have backfired a little when she mentioned his brother and he overpowered she and took her hostage. The conversation was interesting as she is still skeptical about his story about his deal with the devil. It was also cool to see Daisy, Fitz and Mack back together for a very emotional moment. In the end it is cool to see she closer to her comic counterpart.
Then there is the May situation. I think that it’s interesting how the ghost touch affects people and that Ghost Rider seems to be the only one who can stop them. It was also cool scene to see May try to take down the new director and not even fazing him. The conversation between Coulson and the director reigns true as Coulson doesn’t think logically when it comes to May and Daisy. As harsh as the treatment seems to be it maybe necessary as the alternative is not a good outlook and shown by the prisoner she spoke with earlier in the episode. Overall, while not as exciting as last week’s episode it still was a overall solid episode.
Score : 7.5 out of 10