It was three o’clock in the early, spring morning when Paul was stocking cigarettes at the front counter of his small convenience store, located near the downtown area of Washington, D.C. He had just received several new boxes to unpack, and since it was so early in the morning, and there were no customers, he decided to go ahead and do some stocking of the shelves.
This isn’t your typical superhero show. Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Reasons to Watch The Umbrella Academy."
Green Lantern is one of DC's biggest heroes. Not only is he a key member of the Justice League, but he has the ability to carry his own successful franchise and movies. Whether it is Hal Jordan, John Stewart or Guy Gardener, Green Lantern can make for a very entertaining movie franchise if done right, (ignore the old Green Lantern movie). It is no secret that a Green Lantern is coming to the big screen soon, but who will be the one to wear the ring?
Superman. Batman. Captain America. Spider-Man. What comes to mind when you hear those names? Chances are it's their costumes, with all of the accessories and accouterments that come with them. Whether it's Iron Man's red-and-gold Mark III suit, the Punisher's iconic death's head, or even Rorschach's constantly-shifting visage, a superhero's costume is part of what completes the image and makes them stand out to the reader. Without a costume there's something missing. Why is that? Well, the answer might surprise you.
Marvel's two most popular superhero teams are undoubtedly the X-Men and the Avengers, and although they are not compared too much, one might wonder who would win, a gang of Mutants or the Earth's Mightiest Heroes. To find out, we will put each character's counterpart against each other and count the total number of wins to get our answer.
Spider-Man: Far From Home caps off Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with promise of more to come. But where does our friendly neighbourhood hero fit into this ever expanding universe? Spoilers ahead for Spider-Man: Far From Home, the latest installment in the ever chugging MCU train.
One of the most debated topics regarding Marvel is who is the strongest of Earth's Mightiest. Although some of the Avengers have gone head to head with each other, this is still one of the most debated topics in Superhero history. Here is the power ranking for the Avengers.
Yesterday, Kevin Feige and the Russo brothers took the stage at Hall H in San Diego Comic-Con to unveil the upcoming films and series headed your way in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Spider-Man has one of the most iconic and impressive super villain galleries in all of Marvel, and with the success of the recent Venom movie, along with the use of some lesser known villains such as Mysterio and Vulture in the past few Spider-Man movies, it gives some of Spider-Man's other enemies a chance to make themselves known. Whether it is their own movie or simply a role in the next Spider-Man sequel, these villains definitely deserve a chance to be on the big screen.
The Justice League and the Avengers are the two most well known superhero teams of all time, but that does not stop the Marvel vs DC debate from creating countless debates posing the question, "Who would come out on top?" Regardless of the many movies, comics, and shows about these heroes, it is hard to decide which team is superior. Therefore to find out we will be comparing each superhero with their rival comic's counterpart, and then count up the points to decide who will win. Also we will not be considering the Justice League and Avengers crossover. Obviously the superhero team with the most wins will be the winning team.
DC is reviving one of the dopest, most underrated comic superhero teams out there, and I want all of the smoke that comes with it. Jim Lee deciding to bring WildC.A.T.S. out of mothballs to spearhead a re-imagining of the entire WildStorm Comic Universe in a limited collection got me thinking about how the original Image iteration of the WildC.A.T.S. would translate to the big screen. A couple of things need to be clarified before we explore this fan topic any further.1) THIS cheesy representation of the comic CANNOT be the first thing in folks minds IF a movie re-make is thought about (the show opening IS pretty dope, though).
Marvel’s Cinematic Universe is a large, diverse, and daunting collection of film that stretches over 10 years. Supplying the fans with 22 movies and another, Spider-Man: Far From Home, on the way within the next couple of days. With such a large body of work, it comes as no surprise that some of the films could be overshadowed by their own familial movies. Perhaps one of the most underrated examples of this can be found with Iron Man 3. The first of the trilogy starring Robert Downey Jr. was the start of the MCU phenomenon and is credited with changing the superhero movie game entirely (deservedly so). But the third film is often stacked at the bottom of MCU lists (not deservedly so). Iron Man 3 is actually the secret gem of the 22 movies. As opposed to the other movies before and after it, Iron Man 3 is a new kind of superhero story with more of an emotional depth. Those emotions provide for excellent growth within Tony’s relationships (both old and new), which inherently gives the viewer a new personal look into the characters. From that, the story-telling grows intensely in this movie and does something bold. Iron Man 3 was another side to the superhero story that is portrayed accurately and leaves viewers and fans with an even stronger attachment to the characters than they had before, this is an MCU film like no other.