If you read my blog post at the start of the year, you may remember that 'Wonder Woman' was one of my most anticipated film releases of the year. The anticipation is now over, and here's what I thought of 'Wonder Woman'.
After falling unexpectedly in love with the first film, here's what I thought of 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2'.
As soon as they cast Benedict Cumberbatch in the role of Stephen Strange, we all knew Marvel couldn't go far wrong with this one. Put one of the world's most beloved actors in a comic book adaptation from one of the world's most beloved comic book publishers, and you've already built a strong foundation for… Continue reading ‘Doctor Strange’ Spoiler-Free Review
Was it really that bad? Or are we just spoilt for choice with all the superhero movies we've seen this year?
With gripping dialogue, intense action, and subtle nods to the comic books, Captain America: Civil War may well be my favourite Marvel film yet.
It's been a busy few weeks, but here are two of this month's Geek Show podcasts in case you missed them live (the final Geek Show podcast is on its way, but as a final podcast, I feel it deserves its own blog post). Check out our discussion of computer coding, superpowers, and graphic novels below:… Continue reading March’s Podcasts: Superheroes, Coding, and Game of Thrones
I thought I would share with you my latest project. The Geek Show was born from a shared love of all things considered "geeky" or "nerdy". I wanted to showcase geek culture, and represent what is a very large, yet under-represented community at our university, and decided that making a radio show to celebrate the best… Continue reading The Geek Show: Superheroes Special
"Maybe it's enough that the world thinks I'm a hero. Maybe if I work long, and hard, maybe I could fool myself." This review of Jessica Jones contains no plot spoilers, but does contain very minimal spoilers on character development.
In this spoiler-free article, I look into the science behind Marvel's Ant Man and whether he (or she!) could ever really exist.