[Editor’s Note: Spoilers Ahead for Issue #3 of Captain America: Steve Rogers!] When we last saw Captain America, we found out that Kobik – a sentient little girl created from shards of a cosmic cube – brainwashed Steve Rogers into thinking he was a faithful follower of her childlike, idyllic Hydra. However, what is… Read More The Spinner Rack #5 ! Captain America: Steve Rogers #3 (Marvel)
Our fearless EIC takes a trip to Bristol, TN to the annual RobCon! What did he pick up to add to his ever growing collection? Watch the video to find out! He also brings along our resident Yeti and Josh Delp from Drawing With The Delps! Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel and… Read More Monster Pickups! Episode #1: RobCon 2015!
No more waiting fellow Geeks! We are now entering the first installment for our Top 20 Comic Books Movies! Today we will look at #20-#16 on the list. If you are wondering how we came up with our list you can read about it by clicking here. We also decided to share some love for movies… Read More Monsters of Geek’s Top 20 Comic Book Movies: #20-#16
I’ve been a Spider-Man fan for as long as I can remember. I watched the television show every Saturday morning on Fox, and one winter night trying to get my Grandparents’ ancient satellite dish to pull in the signal the night they put the season premiere in prime time. I read the comics thought out… Read More OPED: How Marvel Should Handle Spider-Man in their Cinematic Universe
Publisher: Marvel Start Date: December 2014 Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Carlos Pacheco (#1); Humberto Ramos (#2); Alan Davis (#3) Colorist: Dono Sanchez Almara (#1); Edgar Delgado (#2); Matt Wilson (#3) Inker: Jason Paz (#1) ;Victor Olazaba (#2); Mark Farmer (#3) The extent to my comic book knowledge pretty much starts and stops with the Marvel and… Read More The Spinner Rack Issue #2: SHIELD #1-#3
With the upcoming reboot of the Fantastic Four, I thought it would be interesting to go back and look at the beginning of the movie franchise. No, I am not talking about the 2005 film, I watched the 1994 Roger Corman low budget film that never officially saw the light of day. In the 80’s… Read More Roger Corman’s 1994 Fantastic Four: Is it Worth a Watch?
Marvel surely left a bit of a sour taste in my mouth as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. went on mid-season break in December with one of the biggest cliffhangers that I’ve ever encountered. However, they redeemed themselves by giving a beloved character her very own show that picks up right after we last see her in… Read More Monster Television Reviews! Marvel’s Agent Carter (ABC)!
By Aaron Collier Hollywood blockbusters are supposed to be safe bets. You bring an established property to the table, side bet with a reliable, albeit predictable, script, raise with some explosions, and bluff with a alt-rock laced trailer. That is what makes Guardians of the Galaxy an odd summer blockbuster. It isn’t an established property… Read More Guardians of the Galaxy and How Marvel Studios Continues to Take Risks That Pay Off