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Top 5 Marvel's Female Characters
Hey there, fellow comic geeks! We are going to discover the top five leading ladies of Marvel Heroes, a company that has many amazing heroines. Let us then travel on a journey to discover these unruly female characters that provide energy and show-time in the Marvel world!
8 Superheroes Whose Origins Are a Mystery
The origin stories of superheroes often serve as the bedrock of their characters, shaping their motivations, values, and battles. However, some superheroes stand out precisely because their origins are shrouded in mystery, adding an intriguing layer of enigma to their personas. In this exploration titled “8 Superheroes Whose Origins Are a Mystery,” we delve into the backgrounds, or lack thereof, of some of the most captivating characters in superhero lore.
Thanos Is Responsible For The Birth of Marvel's Deadliest Symbiote
SUMMARY Thanos' search for the Infinity Stones inadvertantly led to the creation of the Carnage symbiote. In Venom #20, the Maker theorizes that the Venom symbiote reproduced in response to Thanos' threat, giving birth to Carnage. Carnage evolved into a cosmic threat on the level of Thanos, over time becoming by far the Marvel Universe's most dangerous symbiote.
Self-Awareness: The Backbone of the MCU
Even as a fan of the Marvel Universe, sometimes it’s difficult not to feel as though we’re being completely inundated with new projects, movies and shows. Since the start of the pandemic alone, Marvel has released more than ten blockbuster movies — and that’s without even mentioning their burgeoning world of new TV shows. From Loki and Wandavision to Hawkeye and the increasingly notorious She Hulk: Attorney At Law, Marvel fans have had a lot to keep up with in recent months.
Mario, Zombies and the Return of the Mad Titan
Rick Grimes, the rugged and grizzled protagonist of The Walking Dead, was used to facing all sorts of dangers in the post-apocalyptic world he lived in. But when he emerged suddenly from a glowing green gateway of light, he found himself standing face to face with a short, portly Italian man dressed in red overalls and a bushy mustache. Rick looked toward him with a confused stare.
How “Harry Potter” Became the Gold Standard of Film Series Adaptations
It’s hard not to be a little biased when the first Harry Potter film came out not long after your fifth birthday, but there’s a magic to these films that extends well beyond the wizardry. I can think of no film that’s done more justice to the fantastical world of its source material than the colossal Hogwarts castle and the hallowed grounds around it.
Michael Gambon's Most Unforgettable Role
For those who grew up with the Harry Potter movies, they likely see Michael Gambon's face as the apotheosis of warmth and wisdom. Taking over the role of Professor Albus Dumbledore upon the death of the beloved Richard Harris, though, it was no easy task he had before him trying to fill those shoes. Famously, though, Gambon didn't even attempt to. He didn't read the books, and he didn't allow his approach to the character to be tainted by Harris's prior portrayal.
Mario, Zombies and the Return of the Mad Titan Part II
Mario and Rick walked through the vibrant kingdom as Thanos lay bleeding and groaning on the ground. But as they neared a suspiciously large green pipe that emerged from the earth, Mario appeared to have a sudden change of heart.
Veins of Valour
Alex Thompson, a lanky journalist with a penchant for tripping over his own shoes, was notorious at City Chronicles for two things: his endless curiosity and his unfortunate ability to spill coffee on any new shirt he wore.
Unleashing the Witty Charm of Wednesday Addams
Welcome, dear readers, to a peculiar world where darkness meets humor and sarcasm reigns supreme. Today, we delve into the enigmatic world of Wednesday Addams, the iconic gothic queen of wit and dry humor. Whether you're a fan of the Addams Family or simply intrigued by Wednesday's intriguing personality, this blog post is here to guide you through the basics of conversing in her unique style. With Halloween around the corner, we should all be embracing our inner Addams bloodline.
New York City Comic Con
New York Comic Con Weekend: Top Five Moments of NYCC 2023 This past weekend New York City hosted their annual Comic Con. Like other Comic Cons held around the county, there was plenty of newsworthy entertainment this weekend. With fans from around the world excited to cosplay and engage with each other at one of the biggest conventions for the media. NYCC attendees were greeted by a large display of Toei animation with giant balloons of Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece and Piccolo from Dragon Ball Z. Franchises went out of their way to bring color and excitement to the visiting fans. This year's NYCC like other conventions in the past few months have had restricted announcements due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike that's impacting a large portion of the entertainment world. Even with the ongoing strike celebrities, influencers and companies managed to put on a decent Comic Con.
Cosplay Is Not Consent
Next year, I'll be celebrating 10 years as a cosplayer. I've participated in many cosplay contests and have done over three dozen cosplays. On top of that, I've met and made friends: online and at cons. Let's also not forget the numerous celebrities I had the pleasure of meeting at conventions over the years. Oh and I'm an award-winning cosplayer, winning two cosplay contests at two different cons (2019 and 2020 respectively). As a gay, autistic black cosplayer, cosplay is part of my life and has been since the beginning. Also, going to conventions allow me to meet different people and cherish a lot of memories. To me, whenever I attend a con and post pictures and videos online, there's always stories behind them. Cosplayers like myself have built our own followings on social media. People love our cosplays and our posts. However, over the last several years, cosplayers have been sharing their horrifying experiences online about being sexually and/or verbally harassed at cons by creeps. Yes, I use the term creeps very loosely, because those people actually exist at cons. There might be a chance that a creep might stalk you online, so always be on alert. I've personally never been sexually, verbally, or physically harassed in cosplay at a con, but have been verbally harrassed on numerous dating sites, which I'll share in a bit.