With both commercial and critical successes of Spider-Man: Homecoming leaving high expectations, the second film, Far From Home arrives in the massive wake of Avengers: Endgame. Though Tom Holland’s much praised portrayal of everyone’s favorite web-head seemed to have nothing to prove, it would also appear quite the contrary with lots to prove (due to fanboy constant demands for pitch perfect authenticity of character). We at TBC_afp are no different in that regard as we also measure up. Swing in to find out! #spiderpun
As it’s currently reached the billion dollar behemoth status, Avengers: Endgame, sequel to Avengers: Infinity War (both directed by brothers, Anthony and Joe Russo) is the stamped culmination marking 11 years of cinematic triump and world building by Marvel Studios. With great pleasure and delight, TBC_afp reviews this massive film chronicling World’s Mightiest Heroes, thus closing a monumental chapter yet making room for some new stories… until next time we hear the battlecry: #AVENGERSASSEMBLE
It is Marvel Studio’s tenth anniversary “phase” build up and we are introduced to Carol Danvers AKA Captain Marvel. With actress Brie Larsen portraying the character lead as Marvel’s biggest heavy, there is without hesitation both excitement from fans and controversy at a trolling level. While, a week into Captain Marvel’s theatrical release and already a half billion dollars at the box office, it’s safe to assume the franchise’s security though conversations, sometime ignited by inspiration or gender politics rages on...
Jon Bernthal may not be The Man in The High Castle (a reference to actress, Alexa Davalos’ two episode cameo) and that is because he is THE MAN WHO IS Frank Castle AKA The Punisher, Marvel’s judge, jury and executioner vigilante featured on Netflix. TBC_afp take another dive into the dramatic second season and final conclusion.
As they say in Lego Bricksburg, “Everything Is Awesome” especially when it’s Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse, Sony’s runaway animated hit originally conceived by LEGO The Movie’s Phil Lord and Christopher Miller based on Marvel’s friendly neighborhood flagship web head.
We at TBC_afp never fully considered reviewing this spectacle of a film fully casted with big names such as Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali and Nick Cage if not for the word of buzz. But we did it! So now, swing back into podcast mode and enjoy!
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While we at TBC_afp had zero intention of recording an episode, some trailers dropped and we decided… (see title). So present to you a new segment series covering your fanboy passions bits and pieces.
HEY, TRUE BELIEVERS! IN CASE YOU MISSED IT, HERE’S A REMARKABLE ASTONISHING TALE OF A JEWISH KID FROM THE BRONX WHO GREW UP TO CO-CREATE SOME OF THE GREATEST SUPERHEROES EVER KNOWN AND BECAME, TO MANY, AN UNCANNY LEGENDARY ICON SYNONYMOUS WITH COMIC BOOKS. GRAB A CHAIR, HAVE A SEAT AND HEAR THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF STAN LEE!