2016 in retrospective: Superhero TV

Superheroes on TV aren’t easy subject, when 2016 is concerned. We lost at least one show with potential (Agent Carter). In the thin line between superheroes and gothic romanticism, we also unexpectedly lost Penny Dreadful. When we’re talking about superheroes on TV, we usually use the differentiation between CW-verse (Arrow, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and…

2016 in retrospective: SUPERHEROES are just human after all.

It’s never easy to write about the year in retrospective. 2016 was one of the most interesting years regarding film industry and pop-culture in general. Everything is connected, and it’s impossible to analyze the year we just sent packing without mentioning two crucial political events: Brexit and Trump’s victory. Both of them were themes of…

“Avengers: Age of Ultron” (2015) are the bridge within the MCU

Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is one of the most expected movies of 2015. Fairly simple strategy is hidden behind Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. There are solo movies, and there are team-ups. In the first phase, there were solo movies about Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America after which they all teamed up nicely in the…

Pleasant surprise of “Agent Carter” (2015.)

If you read comics then you probably know who Peggy Carter is. If that’s not the case and you noticed a new series about cute female agent surrounded with male colleagues who don’t take her seriously than you probably noticed campy surroundings and comical atmosphere. If, despite all that you continued to watch the series…

Emotional trip with good pals : “Big Hero 6”

  I like superheroes. I always wanted some of cool superpowers, some of the intelligence, cunningness and moral code they had or some of the cool chicks they hanged around with. I like robots too. Douglas Adams is mostly to blame. You can’t make robot as cool as Marvin and expect that I won’t fall…