I LOVE THIS BOOK! If you love Baby Groot, you will too. A send-up of sorts of Goodnight, Moon, this picture book for young children (and fans of Baby Groot) tells the story of Baby Groot going to bed. But … Continue reading Goodnight Moon Has NOTHING On Baby Groot!
If you’ve been away from comic books for a while but you love the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this might be a great time to come back home. Or if you know someone who loves comics but unsure what to get … Continue reading Just In Time For The Holidays: Top 5 Marvel Comics of The Year
Originally published in June 2014 while the exhibit was featured in Times Square. Today you can visit Avengers Station at Treasure Island in Las Vegas! If you’ve ever wondered if you have the gamma irradiation of Bruce Banner or the … Continue reading Do You Have What It Takes to be an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.? – Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.
ANOTHER incarnation of the Hulk?! So far we’ve had Grey Hulk and Green Hulk and Red Hulk (who turned out to General Thunderbolt Ross would you believe). Then we’ve had dumb Hulk, smart Hulk, gangster Hulk, and merged Hulk. We’ve … Continue reading Marvel Mondays: The Totally Awesome Hulk
Peter Parker might be the traditional incarnation of Spider-Man, but Miles Morales is currently the best. Miles is a throwback to the old Peter, the one most readers remember. Miles is a high school student struggling with both being a … Continue reading Marvel Mondays: Miles Morales, the Best Spider-Man
With so much Star Wars news coming out of Star Wars Celebration, it seemed appropriate to do a featured review from the Star Wars end of the Marvel spectrum. The newest book is about Han Solo, the dashing, daring smuggler … Continue reading This Week in Marvel Comics: Han Solo in His Solo Book
Ever wondered why C-3PO’s arm is red in Star Wars: The Force Awakens? Marvel Comics reveals the answer in this canonical tale of the droid’s adventures while on a mission for the Resistance. Having crash landed on a planet while … Continue reading This Week in Marvel Comics: C-3PO – Why Is His Arm Red?
It’s no secret that I love LEGO. I’ve said often enough that if the Disney company could just acquire the LEGO Group, my dreams would all be housed under one roof – Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, and LEGO. So, of … Continue reading Civil War Comes to LEGO
It seems like the Civil War never seems to end. I’m not talking about American Civil War reenactors. I’m talking about Marvel Comics’ Civil War. Ten years ago, Marvel embarked on a cross-title storyline called Civil War which asked the … Continue reading This Week in Marvel Comics: Civil War II #0