Loki Season 1, Episode 1

Arrow episodes are on hold this weekend so I can make it all about Loki, the latest Disney+ MCU show! "But wait," you may be saying, "didn't Loki debut on Wednesday?" Well, yes, you're right. Talking about shows on the weekend was set up on this blog thinking all new episodes of Disney+ shows would go live on Friday, but then they decided to throw a curveball and have Loki drop the same day weekly comic books do. I'm sticking to show reviews going up on Saturday for this series, but if the next one also drops on Wednesdays--signs point to it being What If...?--I'll probably be forced to rethink stuff. But enough about that, let's talk about the implications of Marvel's newest show!

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Season 1: Episode 6

With only 6 episodes, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier feels much shorter compared to WandaVision, even though the actual difference in their combined length is about an hour. But man, we went through an emotional roller coaster throughout the series, especially in the season finale. Will there be a season two? Let's dive into the final episode, "One World, One People," and talk about that!

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Season 1: Episode 5

This week's episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is a bit more laid back than the rest of the series with some frank discussions about America's institutionalized racism, so I could see how some people would not like it. They're wrong, but still. We get a lot of character development as well as a new character who has a... complicated history in the comics. So let's get straight to it and talk about the fifth episode, "Truth."

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Season 1: Episode 3

I gotta say, I love it when I'm rewarded for the fact that my brain can't retain useful information but has an entire section devoted to comic books. Last time I talked about the Power Broker procedure, and what do you know, the latest episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is titled Power Broker! Kismet, or something like that. But who or what is the Power Broker? Good question!

Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

Ant-Man was the epilogue to Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase Two, and Spider-Man: Far From Home is the epilogue to its Phase Three. But while Ant-Man didn't really have much to do with the previous film, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Far From Home is a direct continuation of Avengers: Endgame. Tony Stark is dead. Long live the... new Tony Stark? Heavy is the head that wears the crown, and it's got to be especially heavy for a 16-year-old kid from Queens. Enough purple prose, let's wrap up MCU March!

Avengers: Endgame (2019)

Everything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has led to this. The Avengers and their allies stood up to Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War and were found wanting. Now it's up to the survivors to pick up the pieces and try to, well... avenge. This is the end of an era, except, you know, for Spider-Man: Far From Home being an epilogue to Phase Three and all that. MCU March is almost over, so let's get straight to it!

Captain Marvel (2019)

Depending on who you ask, Captain Marvel was either a perfectly fine movie, or the work of evil social justice warriors trying to ruin everything for real comic fans. This film, Captain America: The First Avenger, and Thor: The Dark World all have have a 6.9 rating on IMDB (at time of writing)(nice), but only one of these films has 6.2% of its ratings 1 out of 10. The other two have 1/10 ratings being 1.2% and 1.1%, respectively, for those keeping track at home. But what separates Captain Marvel from the other two? What about this titular character is different? Hm, I wonder, he says sarcastically.