Marvel Explained is an ongoing series in which our resident comics expert Brad Gullickson dives into the latest Marvel shows, movies, trailers, and news stories to divine the franchise’s future.
It also includes episode-by-episode deep dives for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Disney+ shows:
Car chases, gunfire, and giant Pym-enhanced arrows are cool and all, but they got nothing on these villainous grabby fingers.
One of the Disney+ series’ supporting characters suggests the vampiric future for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
While this trailer delivers several expected beats, it also suggests several weird turns for the franchise.
Marvel’s comics are frequently allowed to explore the small moments with as much attention as the cataclysmic threats. Why can’t the movies be given the same latitude?
Marvel’s latest is the first to give solo creator credit to the legendary comic book artist, and it should not be ignored.
And the worry that stirs. Do we need a heroic origin story for a toy that’s already found some resemblance of peace?
Marvel stories have always been about failing, and that’s what makes them so dang enjoyable.
The Infinity Saga may be over, but we probably haven’t seen the last of the Infinity Stones. Adam Warlock’s arrival suggests more MacGuffin madness.
Yes, there was supposed to be an extra Gamora episode in ‘What If…? Season 1.