Power Rangers Dino Thunder fans have something new to sonic scream about as actress Emma Lahana, best known to Power Rangers nerds as the high school rocker chick turned Yellow Ranger Kira Ford, has just landed a role on the upcoming Marvel series Cloak & Dagger. Disney's newly-branded cable television channel Freeform is set to launch this young adult-oriented superhero series based on the comic book of the same name.
The singer/actress took to Twitter herself to relay the news, though we have yet to learn whether or not she'll be suiting up as another costumed heroine.
Couldn’t be more thrilled to be part of the @Marvel universe! I can’t give you guys the details of my character just yet ;) but I hope you love her as much as I do.
Cloak & Dagger follows the story of tw...
The interwebs can be a dark and tumultuous place, but every once in a while, you can find something to make you smile. Case in point: This little diddy from Youtuber Juan Ignacio Monzon, who provides a marvelous mash-up of two heroes who bear the same name (and a bit more). I'm speaking, of course, of Spider-Man. The classic Marvel Comics superhero brought to life (for, like, the fifth time) in 2017's blockbuster film Spider-Man: Homecoming, starring Tom Holland as the titular high school crimefighter. He comes to us years after another version of the red-and-blue hero swung onto our screens: the 1978 television series Spider-Man (or Supaidaman, if you prefer), starring Todo Shinji as an entirely different alter-ego to the one Marvel readers were used to at the time.
Following a landm...
Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War promises to be the largest collection of iconic, larger-than-life heroes the landscape of live-action cinema has ever seen. But what if things had been just a little bit different? What if the world needed saving not by the cape-flapping, shield-tossing likes of the Avengers, but by some other Disney icons? We all know their names. We hear their footsteps and tremble. Straight out of the vault, they've begun their march toward victory against the terror of Thanos and his horde of deadly minions. It's the Walt Disney cartoons! And they're here to do some avenging.
For the five people left alive who haven't seen it, the Avengers: Infinity War trailer dropped last week and quickly broke records on streaming giant Youtube for the most views in the sh...
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to crack in two, as the first official trailer for Avengers: Infinity War has just dropped, and with it, a cavalcade of exciting revelations. The nineteenth feature film in the expansive interconnected comic book landscape that is the MCU promises their biggest adventure yet, and it's all hands on deck as the heroes from every corner of this colorful universe are showing up to lend a hand.
After this (and the next Avengers film, which serves as a direct follow-up to Infinity War), Marvel Studios claims the world they've built up in the years since 2008's humble hit Iron Man will be changed forever. I'll believe that when I see it, but until then, we can feast our eyes on one of the biggest collection of superheroes ever brought to the big screen....
For better or for worse, Marvel is once again collaborating with Japan to bring us more comic book super heroes done up with an anime flair. This time, they’re again partnering up with Toei to bring us Disc Wars Avengers.
The girls are back, bitches! And they got their geekout session about all things Avengers. Fangire Queen, Blade Dancer, and Angie all step up to the mic to talk about their favorite moments, background on the fanchise, and actors and who they thought was the hottest.
Great one-liners abound.
Click on and enjoy!
Special thanks to forum member, Inui Takumi, for without him, there would be no show. :)
Starting with the movie Iron Man back in 2008, it's been 4 long years but the wait is finally over. The Avengers are here and they are kicking some serious ass. I literally got back from watching the movie about an hour ago. So let's get the review going before I watch too many interviews and other garbage and forget to write this. Now, this review will be riddled with spoilers. So, IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE MOVIE YET, WATCH IT BEFORE YOU READ THIS! SERIOUSLY? WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? GO, NOW!