Whether you think of Spidey as Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, Tom Holland or Shameik Moore you have to agree that the character is iconic.
They’re brilliant, strong, and powerful and deserve to be celebrated!
The Marvel cinematic universe has grown exponentially in the last couple of years. What’s interesting is that while the main cast of characters is easily recognizable and we can tell what actors play them, there are a lot of those who hide behind masks or spend hours in makeup and come out looking phenomenal yet almost unrecognizable.
We are pretty used to bad guys meeting their demise (that’s what everyone wants to see, actually), but when a superhero meets his end it’s a whole different story.
If you grew up in the 90s you’ve probably seen your fair share of Sailor Moon anime and maybe even read some manga. Starring Usagi Tsukino and a bunch of her fellow Sailor Warriors, both manga and anime became incredibly popular – not only due to the twists and turns of the plot, but also thanks to the characters and their cool looks. It turns out most of the outfits in Sailor Moon were inspired by 90s high fashion shows!
Every fan has their favourite when it comes to Avengers and we get it, each of them is pretty cool in their own way…
Here we are, trying our best to give you a (subjective) list of best Marvel movies. Keep in mind, all of these are the best and the order in which they’re mentioned isn’t meant to rank them in any way.
We were all thrilled when we saw more black superhero movies and shows pop up recently. It’s about time they got the leading roles they deserved. We loved the Luke Cage series on Netflix, everyone went mad for Black Panther and Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse was such a massive hit we still can’t shut up about it. You’d think this means we’ll be seeing more and more black superheroes in leading roles, wouldn’t you?
All of those who were waiting for the next Wonder Woman movie have seen the trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 and might be a bit confused by the golden armour. That’s not exactly what we’re used to seeing Diane wear. We’re pretty happy with her usual red white and blue superhero uniform, so why the change?
Comic books are awesome! Comic book (or should I say a graphic novel?) is where literature meets art. And I’m not talking mainstream stories like The Avengers, Guardians of The Galaxy and so on. I’m talking stories that go further, stories that reveal our deepest fears and hopes.