Your favourite characters have signature outfits and intense personalities, but the real showstoppers are their weapons. For many characters, their weapon and the way they use it is intrinsically tied into their nature. So what makes a good movie weapon? Power, versatility, and coolness are major factors in deciding which weapons are fan favourites. Read on to learn more about the rankings for some of the most popular movie weapons from the last few decades. Continue reading “Guest Post: From Kill Bill To Wolverine: A Look Into The Most Iconic Movie Weaponry”
People go to see superhero films for a number of reasons. Some viewers connect with the characters, while others enjoy the huge set pieces and action-packed scenes. Some just want to laugh their asses off, which is where Deadpool 2 comes in. The first Deadpool set an extremely high standard with its meta humour, fourth wall breakage and zany leading character. All the tropes that people have come to love about superhero films were ripped apart and turned on their head. So, with expectations so high, does Ryan Reynolds manage to capture lightning in a bottle twice? Spoiler alert: It’s a resounding fuck yeah! Continue reading “Deadpool 2 Review: The F Word Stands For Family In A Brilliant Sequel”
As superhero films have grown in popularity, they’ve created an opportunity for obscure characters to be introduced to a wider audience. For example, Deadpool 2 is set to showcase a number of characters that casual viewers have likely never heard of. A character I’m looking forward to seeing in the movie is Domino. In the comics, Domino is tied to the X-Men and X-Force. So, what exactly makes the character interesting?
When I get the opportunity to work with another pop culture website, I’m happy to help. Collider have come up with a weekly show called Comic Book Shopping that features a special guest celebrity buying their favourite comics. I’ll be featuring the videos on The Comic Vault and talking about what you can expect when you watch. For the latest episode, producer and writer Jon Schnepp meets up with Deadpool director Tim Miller and they discuss his latest projects.
What would you do if you could have all the knowledge in the world at the cost of forgetting all your personal experiences? This is a struggle that Taskmaster deals with on a regular basis. First introduced as an enemy of The Avengers in 1980, Taskmaster was created by David Micheline and George Perez. The character went on to feature in various titles, becoming a well-known enemy/ally of Deadpool. Taskmaster might have been introduced as a supervillain, but there’s far more to him than meets the eye.
This edition of The Pop Culture Playlist is focused on Deadpool. The Merc With A Mouth is known for his insanity, breaking the fourth wall and causing as much chaos as possible. I wanted to put together a playlist that worked with the history of the character, as well as acknowledge what Ryan Reynolds has done on the silver screen. Continue reading “The Pop Culture Playlist: Deadpool”