Darth Vader Redeems Himself?

Each choice we make has at least one if not many alternative outcomes, spinning off into multiple potential realities. Darth Vader #5 explores the Sith ritual for bleeding lightsabers red but also the possibilities of Anakin Skywalker’s redemption…check out the full rundown on Screen Rant

Darth Vader Redeems Himself in Star Wars Comic?

 

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Star Wars: R2-D2 (and Triple Zero) Fight for Droids’ Rights

Droids. Often overlooked. Often sacrificed to save human or alien lives. Artoo and his evil counterparts over in Kieron Gillen’s Doctor Aphra comic are striking a blow for droids’ rights in the Star Wars universe…

Star Wars Comics Strike a Blow for Droids’ Rights

Is Captain America a Good Leader?

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The politics of fascism (for some reason, I wanted to say “dancing.” Stupid ’80s childhood) aren’t really up for debate. However, as the once-hero switches gears and sides, remaking America in Hydra’s image, are his tactics and leadership skills actually effective? My politically curious take-down of Marvel’s Secret Empire explores Steve Rogers’ abilities to lead. What do you think?

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Is Captain America Actually a GOOD Leader?

Where Should Marvel Soar After Guardians of the Galaxy 2?

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is an adventurous and amusing follow-up to its offbeat predecessor. After all is said and done, the cosmic romp introduces scores of new characters, alien species, and elements that leave the universe wide open for Marvel after Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel. Which classic tales from Marvel’s interstella comics should the studio explore after Phase 3? Which stories would you include? Check out my full article on Screen Rant

What Marvel Cosmic Movies Should Follow Guardians of the Galaxy 3?

Is Captain America Marvel’s Greatest Villain?

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The latest run of Captain America turns him into a formidable adversary for the Marvel Universe. As the Secret Empire event dawns, Steve Rogers could prove to be one of their greatest villains ever? Check out my full article at Screen Rant

How Captain America Became Marvel’s Greatest Villain

An Inhumans Primer

Boy, Marvel’s really pushing those Inhumans as of late (probably still smarting a little over the X-Men/Fox thing). Even still, with a new TV show in the works and the latest chapter of the Inhumans saga dawning, their future exploites promise to be really, really fascinating. With three new series kicking off, the Royal Family and their former subjects searches for their roots and a way to keep their people alive. Take a look at my breakdown of their upcoming adventures on Screen Rant , because with Al Ewing (as well as Saladin Ahmed and Matthew Rosenberg), things could get very esoteric very quickly.

Marvel’s New Inhumans: What You Need to Know

The X-Men Return: A Primer

A whole lot has happened to our favorite mutant team over the last few years. Did you know that (minor SPOILER alert) Cyclops is dead…yet still alive. Well, at least a time-displaced version himself is, along with classic versions of the original X-Men from the 1960s? Were you privy to the fact that they waged war with the Inhumans? From the verge of X-tinction (Can’t…escape…X-prefixes) to the dawn of their silly-titled but exciting “ResurrXion,” the X-Men are coming back in a big way. Check out my full X-Men primer on Screen Rant

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Dr. Aphra: Star Wars Own Indiana Jones Returns

Star Wars is ramping up for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Taking place not long after the events of the first Anthology film, Star Wars: Doctor Aphra follows the adventures of Darth Vader’s former right-hand woman as she gets used to life after Sith…and deals with the debts that bind. Check out my Screen Rant review/feature. (Spoilers ahead).

Marvel’s Dr. Aphra is The Indiana Jones of Star Wars