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Breaking Down Disney+’s “Moon Knight”

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Breaking Down Disney+’s “Moon Knight”

Written by Angela Rairden I have to be completely honest at the start of this blog and admit that I have never read a Moon Knight comic, which is a large part of why it’s taken me until four episodes in to write about it here. For the uninitiated, the plot of Disney+’s Moon Knight series is perhaps best described as being a bit chaotic. Our main character (portrayed rather brilliantly by Oscar Isaac) suffers from dissociative identity disorder (DID), a fact which casts him as an unreliable narrator. In episode one, we are introduced to Steven Grant, a somewhat...

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"Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse" Makes a Pretty, If Confusing, Debut

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"Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse" Makes a Pretty, If Confusing, Debut

Written by Angela Rairden Spider-Gwen is one of my favorite Spider-people, mostly because I’ve always loved Gwen Stacy. Actually, if I’m being completely honest, I’m a big fan of all of Peter Parker’s love interests – I guess he has good taste or something. However, there’s something about the role reversal of the uber smart Gwen becoming Spider-Gwen instead of Peter that really appeals to me. Not to mention, her spider suit is really slick-looking. Therefore, when I picked up Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #1, I didn’t expect to find it as disappointing as I did. The official Marvel description for this...

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Frankie’s Biggest Giveaway Ever!!!

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Frankie’s Biggest Giveaway Ever!!!

Written By: Angela Rairden Published in August of 2011, Marvel’s Ultimate Fallout #4 would introduce readers to Miles Morales, toted as the “new” Spider-Man, a 13-year-old biracial kid with a Black father and a Puerto Rican mother. Created by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli, Miles initially debuted to mixed reviews. However, after the unequivocal success of 2018’s animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which featured Miles as its main character, Marvel’s “new” Spider-Man’s popularity shot to astronomical heights, a fact which was further solidified when the character got his own videogame in November of 2020. It became...

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My (Mostly) Spoiler-Free Review of “Morbius”, by Angela Rairden

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My (Mostly) Spoiler-Free Review of “Morbius”, by Angela Rairden

ATTENTION: This blog contains a slight spoiler concerning who the villain of the movie is (which will not be a spoiler to fans of the Morbius comic). Read on at your own risk.   Morbius, which is based on a Marvel character but distributed by Sony, plays out more like a horror film than it does the typical sort of superhero film that we’re used to seeing about Marvel characters. The third film in Sony’s Spider-man Universe (following Venom and Venom: Let There Be Carnage), Morbius features a darker, bloodier theme and the creepy reality of its protagonist needing to...

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Women in Comics: Outstanding Female Comic Book Artists Who Are Taking the Industry by Storm, by Angela Rairden

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Women in Comics: Outstanding Female Comic Book Artists Who Are Taking the Industry by Storm, by Angela Rairden

March is Women’s History Month and, whereas last year I wrote a blog featuring three outstanding female comic book writers, this year I wanted to write one that focuses on a few of the industry’s most inspired female artists. The list for this category is long and could easily fill several pages – a fact which I am quite thrilled about, personally. The world of comic books has largely been considered a male-dominated industry in the past; however, this mindset has changed in the past decade or so as more and more women gain an interest in comic books. This...

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