Agent Carter: Bridge and Tunnel – Surviving Toxic Masculinity

Written by Eric Pearson, Stephen McFeely, Christopher Markus, Jack Kirby, and Stan LeeDirected by Joe Russo Following the end of World War II, things changed and didn’t at the same time. Women and minorities contributed greatly to the victory, and weren’t content with going back to “their place.” This eventually led to the Civil RightsContinue reading “Agent Carter: Bridge and Tunnel – Surviving Toxic Masculinity”

Agent Carter: Now Is Not the End – Life Goes On

Written by Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Stan Lee, and Jack KirbyDirected by Louis D’Esposito My adventures in watching the Marvel Universe in chronological order now lead me to the series Agent Carter. I’ve watched this before and enjoyed it quite a bit, so watching it again is something I’d enjoy. New York City 1946. PeggyContinue reading “Agent Carter: Now Is Not the End – Life Goes On”

Movie Review – Captain America: The First Avenger – It’s Always Been Right to Punch Nazis

Written by Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Joe Simon, and Jack KirbyDirected by Joe Johnston There will never be anything like the Marvel Cinematic Universe again. Over the course of more than a decade, a series of films and television shows were created that told not only their own, individual stories, but also an overall story-arcContinue reading “Movie Review – Captain America: The First Avenger – It’s Always Been Right to Punch Nazis”

Ang Lee’s Hulk (2003) – A Frankenstein for the Modern Age

Written by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, James Schamus, John Turman, and Michael FranceDirected by Ang Lee It could be argued that the 2003 Ang Lee film Hulk is actually the first of the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The sequence of events here is never “reimagined” by future films in the series. TheContinue reading “Ang Lee’s Hulk (2003) – A Frankenstein for the Modern Age”