In this episode, Nathan is joined by Steven and Jared to discuss the monumental entry into the MCU: Avengers Endgame!
Thanks to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, shared universes are all the rage. Shared film universes go all the way back to the 40's with the 1943 Universal Studios movie Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman. Also pre-MCU, Quentin Tarantino made it a point to connect all of his films in one manner
Fresh out of the theater, Nathan gives his quick spoiler free thoughts on the newest entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Captain Marvel!
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Happy Halloween everyone! Since unfortunately I can't give you all candy (believe me, if I could hand you a Snickers through the internet I totally would!), I figured I'd give you the next best thing. I was originally going to include this as part of a big piece involving comic
Join in as Nathan, Steve and Mo chat about Marvel's latest film, Ant-Man and the Wasp!
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Hi everyone, welcome back to Identity Crisis, where I give a movie a re-watch to figure out once and for all whether or not it's a good movie, or if I liked a movie as much as I first thought I did. Last time on Identity Crisis, I re-watched Star Wars
Howdy everyone! Have you listened to the latest, DOUBLE SIZED episode of That's Entertaining, where Nate, Mo and I take an in depth look at Avengers: Infinity War? If not, check it out here. My article this month is a direct follow up to that podcast! As we were winding down
Nathan is joined by Mo and Steve to discus Marvel Studios' latest epic, Avengers: Infinity War!
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This month, Devin joins Nathan as they discuss Marvel's latest addition to their cinematic universe: Black Panther!
You can find the episode HERE, or just ask Shuri for it.
Happy Holidays everyone! Just a brief article this month, as my original idea got squashed by Mother Nature. I live in Los Angeles, but went back to my hometown of Erie, PA for Christmas. One of my plans while I was home was that I was going to see Star Wars: