Before the MCU, Marvel fans in the 90s had to get their fix from the comics and animated shows like 1994’s Iron Man, which was part of the syndicated “Marvel Power Hour” with the 90s Fantastic Four cartoon.
Pablo Schreiber is the Master Chief for Showtime’s Halo series, John Cena may be joining The Suicide Squad, more details on the Castlevania Collection and the Genesis Mini console, Glenn Danzig has written and will direct a vampire spaghetti-western and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and special guest Phil from Digital Pimp dive into superhero movie that kickstarted the entire modern age of superhero/comic book movies, 1998’s Blade.
The story of Flamin Hot Cheetos will finally be told, Jessica Chastain officially in talks for IT Chapter 2, Sonic the Hedgehog gets a release date, The Dark Tower getting an Amazon series, Walton Goggins joins the LA Confidential reboot and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
With Black Panther out this month, it seemed like the perfect time to revisit the OG Black Marvel superhero, Blade, in the classic 1998 movie starring the one and only Wesley Snipes.
Hulu brings Brian K. Vaughn’s teenage Marvel superheroes to Hulu in November as the Runaways find out their parents are supervillains called The Pride and escape to try and figure out some way to stop them.
Venom is the star of the next big Marvel event, Godzilla vs Kong gets a director, a bunch of New Mutants were cast, Animaniacs coming back and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Injustice 2 gets a release date, The Goldbergs are paying homage to Batman ’89, JCVD and Dolph Lundgren are teaming up for a new movie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The MCU gets magical as the Sorcerer Supreme arrives in an origin film that shows how arrogant surgeon Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) learns the mystical arts to defend Earth from threats from other dimensions.
Howard the Duck, if nothing else, had some massive musical talent behind the scenes as Thomas Dolby created all the songs for the movie’s band, The Cherry Bombs, and co-wrote the title track with George Clinton.