VOCIFERY 004 Agents of SHIELD (2010)/First Vengeance (2011) tie-in comics

Welcome to VOCIFERY, my attempt to re-watch every piece of media in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – every movie, every television series, every one-shot, every web series, and every tie-in comic book, using the Wikipedia entry on the MCU as a guide, before the release of Avengers 4 in May 2019. Join me as I Read more about VOCIFERY 004 Agents of SHIELD (2010)/First Vengeance (2011) tie-in comics[…]

VOCIFERY 002 I Am Iron Man!/Public Identity tie-in comics (2010)

Welcome to VOCIFERY, my attempt to re-watch every piece of media in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – every movie, every television series, every one-shot, every web series, and every tie-in comic book, using the Wikipedia entry on the MCU as a guide, before the release of Avengers 4 in May 2019. Join me as I Read more about VOCIFERY 002 I Am Iron Man!/Public Identity tie-in comics (2010)[…]

REVIEW Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

Fair warning: considerable spoilers follow – read after watching. Like most fans (I guess) of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it would be fair to say that Thor’s solo movies were – until now – my least favourite of the various MCU solo movies, mired by dull plotting, a bland main character, and fairly uninspired action Read more about REVIEW Thor: Ragnarok (2017)[…]

The thing Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol 2 is missing.

I’m currently in the middle of watching the movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe again, in anticipation of Thor: Ragnarok (which opens next Thursday), and just went past one of my favourites in the entire MCU: the original Guardians Of The Galaxy. And I noticed something about that film which was notable – not just Read more about The thing Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol 2 is missing.[…]

REVIEW Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)

Fair warning: considerable spoilers follow – read after watching. You all know the scene: the nefarious Richmond Valentine (deliciously portrayed by Samuel L Jackson) tests a weapon that causes anyone within its range to lose their minds in a violent rage, choosing a small Kentucky church – the base of operations for a radical right-wing Read more about REVIEW Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)[…]