Big things comes in small sizes too.
After a blinded superhero, I present you a hero who shrinks in size. ANT-MAN. At long last Marvel did something marvellous! After the Avengers: Age of Ultron I thought Marvel has lost it, the charisma it used to have. But this teeny-tiny superhero has got all the check boxes ticked, be it action, comedy, or the can do attitude. For comic book lovers, know that the movie focuses on the second generation Ant-Man Scott Lang who is recruited by the old timer first generation Ant-Man Hank Pym. Scott Lang, a prior convict, uses his newly found abilities to get a shot at redemption. Also his Latino friends put great humour in 132 minutes runtime.
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Blinded Batman, Not Really
“Seriously dude? A Blind Superhero! That sucks bro”. I thought the same about this fellow Matt Murdock but boy was I wrong. His loss of visions came with a tradeoff, his remaining senses were enhanced to a superhuman level and he got his own TV series in 2015 on Netflix. Marvel did an amazing job brining this superhero to light after doing a flop show on the box office back in 2003. Also, Marvel showed that they aren’t the teletubbies of shady superhero realm. They handled this dark toned show very well. And the viewing experience is set ablaze by impressive performances from the actors. Continue reading “Daredevil (TV Series 2015– )”
A New Year Treat From DC.
Rating: 3 Ketchups
Interested in Si-Fi or Comics? If any of those rings a bell in your mind then this article is worth reading. This year CW and DC decided to add another show after the success of Arrow and The Flash, named Legends of Tomorrow. I’m sure you haven’t heard of this team-up of superheroes as it is completely new even for DC universe followers unlike the Birds of Prey or Suicide Squad.
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