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Funko SDCC Exclusives 2019 Round 1: Marvel and TV!
If people like them cool, but I just do not get it. Funko SDCC 2019 Marvel Exclusives Pop! Marvel: Captain Marvel- Minn-Erva (Gamestop) Pop! Marvel- Avengers: Endgame- Wong (Walgreens) Pop! Marvel- Gamora (Hot Topic) Pop! Marvel: Man-Thing (Entertainment Earth) Man-Thing! Holy cow is that a cool looking Pop! I only wish it was a 6 inch one, but thats ok, he[...]
Marvel More Than A Poster Collage
Great choices, that represent all ten years of films, and those inspired tag lines? Hopefully I can collect all of these somehow, the whole collection would look great on every wall of my house. In order (deep breath): Ant-Man, Wasp, Doctor Strange, Wong, Iron Man, War Machine, Vision, Scarlet Witch, Thor, Loki, Valkyrie, Korg, Heimdall, Hulk,[...]
Doctor Strange #389 cover by Mike del Mundo
That said, it does give Strange something to do while Wong and Ghost Rider do all the plot relevant stuff in Damnation and Johnny Blaze: Ghost Rider. I will almost never complain about an excuse to have Dormammu and Shuma-Gorath in a story The stakes never feel too high, admittedly Dormammu claims to be weak, and[...]
Wong and the Midnight Sons make their final stand against the hordes of Hell and the demonically-possessed Avengers. Before long, Mephisto himself arrives to gloat over having killed Johnny Blaze. However, Mephisto does not know that the Ghost Rider has become the king of Hell, and the tides may soon turn in favor of Wong. Doctor Strange: Damnation ends better than it began. While some of the deliberate lack of repentance on the part of Stephen Strange and the lack of focus on the members of the Midnight Sons that aren’t Wong and Strange does bother me, this final installment didn’t really get on my nerves as much as the first. Don’t get me wrong, this issue still has a myriad of problems that keep it from being required reading. This story was stretched to breaking point, and a good portion of what matters happened in the Ghost Rider issue. This book is a protracted third act. As far as plot-relevance goes, Blade, Doctor Voodoo, Bloodstone, Man-Thing, Scarlet Spider, Moon Knight, and Iron Fist may as well not be here. Even in their own tie-ins, Iron Fist and Scarlet Spider don’t really do anything important to the story. The follow-up story promises more with the Midnight Sons though, and that will hopefully come to something. Rod Reis’ artwork is a welcome presence in this book. His style lends itself to the ethereal and surreal nature of this setting and plot. The color gradience adds a unique atmosphere and generally looks quite good. Szymon Kudranski and Dan Brown handle the epilogue with the Midnight Sons and Doc Strange. The more realistic aesthetic does contrast Reis’ work in an odd manner, but it looks good too. Doctor Strange: Damnation #4 is a decent enough read. If you liked the rest of the story, you’ll like this one too. The fact that the story at least acknowledges that Strange’s idea was terrible from the start and ties it to personal problems helps a lot. Reis, Kudranksi, and Brown provide good visuals. Feel free to check it out.
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wong and the Midnight Sons make their final stand against the hordes of Hell and the demonically-possessed Avengers Before long, Mephisto himself arrives to gloat over having killed Johnny Blaze However, Mephisto does not know that the Ghost Rider has become the king of Hell, and the tides may soon turn in favor of[...]
Avengers: Infinity War imax poster
Most importantly (apparently) to fans, there is still no Hawkeye to be seen. While there is no Hawkeye anywhere to be found, I am super happy that characters like Wong, Shuri, Okoye, and Nebula are getting their due All of them have been strong players in the Marvel saga and deserve their shot in the spotlight[...]
Doctor Strange: Damnation #3 cover by Rod Reis
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wong has an almost-heart-to-heart with Ghost Rider in a flashback In the present, Wong's team try to remove the flaming Mjolnir off Blade Wong and Bats try to fend off the possessed Doctor Strange Once the hammer returns to the possessed Thor, Wong's team enters heated battle against the possessed Avengers Meanwhile, the Ghost[...]
Doctor Strange #387 cover by Mike del Mundo
All hope seems lost when he gets an astral message from his closest friend, Wong He tells Stephen of the team he's put together to save both Las Vegas and the Sorcerer Supreme. Then, something even more unexpected happens: Clea arrives along with Loki and the Scarlet Witch They heal Strange and lead him out of[...]
Doctor Strange: Damnation #2 cover by Rod Reis
This leaves it up to Wong and Bats to put together a team to save the Sorcerer Supreme This team consists of Iron Fist, Blade, Elsa Bloodstone, Doctor Voodoo, Ghost Rider, Moon Knight, and the Man-Thing With this motley crew, Wong lays out his plan, and the group heads to Las Vegas. Doctor Strange: Damnation #2[...]
Doctor Strange's Wong Will Be In Avengers: Infinity War
He said: It was always our intention to make Wong a very noble character and a very big part of the movie from the beginning That was the idea for the character Now with more trailers out, you'll see that (Benedict Wong) is amazing (in Doctor Strange) He also is continuing forward into the Avengers movies[...]
What We Learn From The Doctor Strange Prelude
Wong, Master of the Mystic Arts, is sent from Kamar-Taj to investigate When the woman disappears with the staff, he returns to pull together other Masters of the Mystic Arts to help stop her Those masters are Kaecilius, Tina Minoru, and Daniel Drumm. I won't go into more of the story itself, but the players and[...]