Marvel Problems #012

So technically, technically, Spider-Man had the date first. Well, at least they announced it first. Still though, it’s really not a good situation. Both cater to Marvel fans and both demand many hours of our precious time. I mean, what do we do? Stop playing what will probably be the best Spider-Man game ever to […]

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Marvel Problems #009

I understand the SDCC Exclusives, like Jane Foster, Dormammu and now Magik. Not everyone has a chance to get them, so that’s fine. But when I spend months, going from barren Walmart toy section to barren Walmart toy section, gathering each piece of a giant Build-A-Figure, forced to buy a random Marvel villain nobody wants […]

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Marvel Problems #005

The sad thing is that it’s such a great service. A mere pittance of $10 monthly for access to nearly every comic Marvel has ever written, with new ones showing up only months after they’re published! Anytime I hear that a movie, or a season of a show will be based on a certain run […]

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Marvel Problems #004

In a Marvel Legends wave that had Deadpool, 90’s bomber jacket Rogue, Phoenix, Cable, Shadowcat, and Iceman, all basically for the first time from Hasbro, who would have thought that the orange and brown suit Wolverine would be the hardest to find! Sad thing is I saw him, in Walmart, for $20, but let him […]

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Marvel Problems #003

Let’s be honest here. The promo picture looked COMPLETELY different, and we were all under the impression that, you know, they could actually come out of that dang case! And on top of that, the costume pass wasn’t even included in the cost! But hey, the statues were cool, and let’s not forget that the […]

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Marvel Problems #002

It’s because of that dang teaser trailer for Jessica Jones! I can’t stop myself from doing my best creepy Kilgrave “Jesssssicaaaaaa” whenever this song come on! And if you saw that trailer, you know exactly what I’m talking about! And if you haven’t, well…

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Marvel Problems #001

What you’re about to read is a true story. I was on Facebook and ran into one of those 360 degree, 3D pictures, you know the ones where you have to turn your phone to see the full thing. Well, this one was of New York City. And I sat there, for at least a […]

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