The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a ripe playground for Internet articles about theories and lists. I've even done my own list in the past of characters I want to see get the MCU treatment. With the merger of Fox and Disney paving the way, we even have Fantastic Four and X-Men to hope to see someday. I also am in need of something to kick start me writing again, as I've had trouble keeping motivated. When I don't see anything new in comics really grabbing my interest, it gets easy to be disillusioned. The Marvel Cinematic Universe routinely impresses me. Therefore, I'm using it for yet another list among the many out there. This one is on characters that I want to see in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Editor's Note: I'm having a less than busy day, so I'm reviewing all the comics that I'm reading today before moving on to the next one. Some of these may seem redundant based on previous reviews, but that's what I'm reading today. S.H.I.E.L.D. #2 MARK WAID (w) HUMBERTO RAMOS (A) Cover by JULIAN TOTINO TEDESCO Variant cover by HUMBERTO RAMOS 32 PGS./Rated T+ ...$3.99 Synopsis: • Why has SHIELD agent Jemma Simmons gone undercover at the Coles Academic High School in Jersey City? • Maybe it has something to do with the all-new Ms Marvel... • ...and the most dangerous lunch meal ever served Review: It's rare when I laugh out loud reading a comic, but as I turned the first page, I laughed out loud at a horrible cliché that I completely did not see coming.
Any list of the best comics of 2014 is going to be subjective, and is bound to miss something. I don't have the time to read everything and many comics I want to read just don't come in front of me.
Between now and Christmas, every day we’ll highlight a suggestion for gift giving. All of these suggestions will be comics-themed, and every day will see one featured. For Day Twenty, I'm suggesting one of the best new series for this year, Ms. Marvel.
Comic books have long been viewed as a pastime for male juveniles. The word “superhero” brings to mind images of masks, capes, and ill-fitting spandex but time has allowed the medium to evolve and its audience to grow exponentially. Publishers have long since struggled to balance acceptance of a newer generation without losing their core