Tag Archives: The Avengers

Spider-Man and the Avengers

Joe Quesada making Spider-Man an Avenger and the impact on MCU films is considered in the context of changes ot the character in One More Day. Continue reading

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Captain America 101

Captain America may just be Marvel’s Superman, the one iconic hero every superhero universe has a copy of. He’s also the most successful of the Golden Age Marvel heroes, although since Jack Kirby was one of his cocreators, the character … Continue reading

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Was Joe Quesada a Hypocrite?

Was Joe Quesada a hypocrite for Spider-Man: One More Day considering other developments, like Mac Gargan becoming Venom, or Aunt May learning Peter’s secret identity? Continue reading

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Three Act Structure 3.4: The Final Minutes

The second act usually ends with the protagonist(s) on the verge of defeat, before something happens that brings hope of the possibility of victory. But it can’t be easy or certain. For much of the third act, the antagonists still … Continue reading

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Three-Act Structure 3.3: The Final Challenge

Due to the sense of acceleration, McKee argues in Story that the last act of the film should be the shortest: possibly 20 minutes or less of a two-hour film. (219) He describes the third act climax is the obligatory … Continue reading

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Will Spider-Man be in Avengers 2?

I don’t know if they’ll succeed, but I’m sure that Sony and Disney will try to come together for something that’s a clear¬†a win-win for both movie studios:¬†Having Spider-Man join the Avengers in The Avengers 2. It’s a long-shot, but … Continue reading

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Comics and Inaccessibility

Tim Marchman, best known as a sports writer for the mostly defunct New York Sun, trashed the modern comics industry in what was supposed to be a Wall Street Journal review of the book Leaping Tall Buildings: The Origins of … Continue reading

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