Tag: Marvel Comics

The Dames Meet Graphic Novels

If you are familiar with my previous posts, you’ll know I like to keep in touch with the ladies over at Citizen Dame.  They have a fun podcast and blog that I think you would enjoy, so check it out.  Unsurprisingly, though, I don’t always see eye-to-eye with them.  I get the sense that, despite …

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Top 5: Comic Book Adaptations

With Avengers: Infinity War having crossed the $2 billion mark, people are as overzealous as ever about the film.  Ever since I saw the film I have had to deal with people arguing that it is the greatest comic book film ever made.  I’m not going to go into the numerous and unsightly flaws of …

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Box Office: A Historical Perspective

Unless you have been living under a rock, you know what a box office success Avengers: Infinity War has become.  It has broken the record for highest grossing opening weekend and is expected to break $1 billion in its second.  That is no easy feat at the box office.  I often have to remind people, …

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Objectivism, or the Implications of Thanos

As I’m sure many of you have seen it, I have little reluctance to write a piece on the latest piece of MCU fare, Avengers: Infinity War.  If you haven’t seen it, be fore warned, SPOILER ALERT!  However you feel about the film, it did provide us with some insight into Thanos.  What interested me …

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