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Avengers: Endgame

After “Avengers: Infinity War” came out on April 27th, it earned critical acclaim from critics, fans & movie goers from around the world. In addition to positive reception, it made $2 billion at the box office surpassing the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU for short) previous two Avengers films. Infinity War made cinematic history transforming the […]

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Iron Man 2

After the first “Iron Man” movie kickstarted the Marvel Cinematic Universe, (MCU for short) alongside “The Incredible Hulk,” Marvel Studios began development on movies starting with “Iron Man 2,” “Thor,” “Captain America: The First Avenger” & “The Avengers” all connected to “Phase One.” The first act in the MCU. Iron Man 2 was released in […]

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Iron Man 3

After “The Avengers” became a massive hit both critically & financially as the best (if not the best) film of 2012, Marvel Studios began development of the next act known as “Phase Two” set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) mapping several films in release date order starting with “Iron Man 3,” “Thor: The Dark […]

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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

In November 2014, a hacker group called, “Guardians Of Peace” leaked Sony’s information of employees’ personal data, e-mails from their colleagues/family members, salaries, a string of proposed pre-development movies etc. One of the pre-produced films is an animated Spider-Man project which is supposed to reinvigorate the franchise after The Amazing Spider-Man 2 disappointed critics, fans […]

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Venom

In 1984, Marvel published a crossover mini-series titled “Secret Wars” starring iconic characters from the Marvel Universe including Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Wolverine, Spider-Man among many others from The Avengers & X-Men. Secret Wars is about a cosmic being known as “The Beyonder” who’s fascinated with superheroes. He decides to transport our favorite heroes […]

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Iron Man

In 1963,  Stan Lee & Jack Kirby created a character named “Iron Man.” The character was first conceived when Stan decided to create his own Bruce Wayne type of alter ego named, Tony Stark. Tony’s appearance and behavior is based on Howard Hughes. Iron Man was specifically published as a representation of anti-communism during The […]

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Captain America: The First Avenger

Before Pearl Harbor was attacked by The Japanese Army In December, 1941, comic book writers/artists, Jack Kirby & Joe Simon created a character named Steve Rogers, also known as, “Captain America.  Arguably the first Marvel superhero to exist in comics, Captain America was first conceived as a sketch drawn by Joe Simon, he originally wanted […]

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