Inhumans

Marvelette Missives – Lockjaw

Marvelette Missives – Lockjaw

Even if you don’t know much about the Inhumans, one member you are likely already familiar with is Lockjaw. You may not know him by name or what his status or powers are, but if nothing else, you know he’s the giant dog. If that’s the case or if you want a refresher on the best dog in the Marvel universe, the Lockjaw: Dog Days collection is what you need.  More

We Be Geeks 233: 50 shades of Venom

We Be Geeks 233: 50 shades of Venom

This week, Ken Rose from Geek Watch One and the Wookiee Radio podcast fills in for Mike who is still recovering from the loss of his father.  But wait, whose is that making a guest appearance on his own show?

Topics discussed on this episode include:

  1. Iron Fist appearing on season two of Luke Cage
  2. The Gifted beating The Inhumans in the ratings
  3. 50 Shade of Grey script writer  penning new Venom movie
  4. A discussion about Old School wrestling
  5. Two generations of Battlestar Galactica coming together in a new Dynamite! comic series
  6. Flight of the navigator reboot
  7. Steven King’s The Stand and Salem’s Lot getting reboots.

Marvelette Missives – Marvel Knights: The Inhumans

The volume Marvel Knights: The Inhumans covers a 12-issue miniseries from an updated version of the Inhumans of the late 90s (of course, there have been a couple more versions since then). As such, it gives a good introduction to the main characters of the series without being an origin story.  More

Now Geek This: Marvel Movie Madness!

 nowgeekthisIt is a good time to be a Marvel fan.  As a longtime comic book reader, and a huge Marvel fan going back to my childhood days, it has always been a dream of mine to see my favorite Marvel superheroes on the big screen.  For the first half of my life, that dream seemed impossible.  Marvel’s rival, DC comics had a couple of good movies under their belt starring their biggest characters like Superman and Batman, yet Marvel had nothing to offer their fans  but failed attempts or cheesy interpretations of their characters.

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