a marvel comics event

listen, agents of shield is not a perfect show and i have not always loved it

but you cannot deny that it is always trying to be better

it doesn’t always succeed, but it is always trying to change and adapt and challenge the rest of the marvel movies and real world events 

cap is hydra in the comics? fuck you we’re literally never gonna stop talking about how hydra is full of nazis

us politics? fuck that we’re gonna pull the most famous phrases from this fuckshow of an administration into our dialogue for as many episodes as we can and you’re only gonna roll your eyes a little

whitewashing in other marvel properties? fuck you and fuck you again we have more diversity than all the marvel movies combined and two female woc lead characters, one of whom is a legit superhero and the other is nothing to sneeze at either

My Top 10 Favorite Comics of All Time

Hi guys,

I’ve been getting asked a lot on and offline what are my favorite comic books? That’s a loaded question. I had to think about it. There are some great runs in comics. Some great story arcs. But I had to dig down and see what I really liked. What books have I read over and over and over. These are what I enjoyed the most, I’m not saying these are the greatest comic books ever, I’m just saying they appealed to me. So here are my top 10 favorite comics.




10. Identity Crisis
The DC Comics crisis events. Mostly just okay stories. Too much going on and not enough time to invest in any one character. But Identity Crisis stands out above the rest. Instead of a multiverse changing, massive story, Identity Crisis focuses on the mystery of who killed Sue Dibny. The wife of the Elongated Man. More and more of the heroes civilian loved ones are attacked and the heroes have a ticking clock to solve the mystery before another loved one is murdered. Written by Brad Meltzer this book focuses on the cost of living a double life. Highly recommended.



9. Young Avengers: volume 2
Not to be confused with Young Avengers volume 1. Volume 2 by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie is nothing short of awesome. A multiverse hoping, teenage super hero daydream. It’s a really great story about teenage love, magic, pop references, LGB, and Loki. Lots and lots of Loki. So if you ship Wiccan and Hulkling, love Kate Bishop, and cannot get enough of America Chavez, you’ll want to read this book.



8. Superman American Alien
A lot of people have mixed opinions on this book, but I really enjoyed this unique take written by Max Landis. Focusing on the early years of Clark Kent, it felt more grounded in what Clark would actually be going through on his journey to becoming Superman. Each issue has a different artist which is fitting because each issue focuses on a different year in Clark’s child to teenager to young adult to man journey. It’s a mini series that should be pretty easy to find and I highly recommend it.



7. DC The New Frontier
A book paying tribute to the Silver Age of DC Comics. Focusing on the Macarthy era, A time where America couldn’t be less trusting, the story focuses on the super heroes once praised for their services, now find themselves ridden off as outlaws. Multiple perspectives from Hal Jordan (Green Lantern), Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, Flash, etc, as they fight for truth, justice, and the American way, accumulating to the upcoming battle with “The Center.” Darwyn Cooke tells an amazing story that you all should check out.



6. Scott Pilgrim Vol 1 through 6
I cannot recommend these books from Bryan Lee O’ Malley enough. 6 graphic novels in total, focusing on Scott Pilgrim’s desire to date Ramona Flowers, his journey to defeat her 7 evil ex’s, and the challenge of being a responsible adult. This book is filled with post high school confusion, punk rock, video games, anime style action, and heart. If you liked the movie, I promise you, you’ll love the book.



5. Ultimate Comics Spider-Man volume 2
My favorite super hero is Spider-Man. In 2011 when they announced they would be making a new Spider-Man of color I was ecstatic. As a person of color it’s been great to have a Spider-Man that fills that need for minority characters. Obviously just having a minority character isn’t enough but Brian Michael Bendis’s run on Ultimate Comics Spider-Man makes you really love the character of Miles Morales. The story of what happens after Peter Parker dies and a new clueless Spider-Man must fill the void, is nothing short of great. It puts you in the shoes of a new character trying to figure out who he is, all while trying to keep the memory of Peter Parker alive. 



4. Paper Girls
If you like the show “Stranger Things,” you’ll love Paper Girls. Taking place in the 1980s, 4 middle school girls, on their morning paper route get caught up in the strangest day of their lives. To ninjas, dinosaurs, time travel, clones, to apple products, Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang hit you with a sci-fi nostalgia story that will keep you guessing where the next turn is.




3. Justice League International
The late 80′s had one of the greatest Justice League runs of all time. Keith Giffen and J.M. Dematteis pumped out some of the funniest and most entertaining comics to date. Focusing on the Justice League as a work place comedy, this massive run follows the adventures of a newly formed Justice League made up of mostly second string characters. The satisfaction of Batman punching out Guy Gardner, the comedy duo of Blue Beetle and Booster Gold, GNORT! If you want your super hero books to be fun and hilarious, this is the book for you. Starting in Justice League #1 through 6 and transitioning to Justice League International, then splitting between Justice League Europe and Justice League America.



2. New Avengers
This comic book run written by Brian Michael Bendis is what got me back into comics after an 8 year absence. 6 months after the Avengers disbanded due to the Scarlet Witch killing some of her fellow teammates, a massive prison break, orchestrated by Electro forces Spider-Woman, Luke Cage, Daredevil, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Captain America, and the Sentry to come together to put an end to the riot. The book follows the newly formed team on their mission to track down the 42 escaped prisoners, all while trying to solve the mystery who hired Electro and why? New Avengers also brought some of the best characters in Marvel including Wolverine, Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, Doctor Strange, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones, and more, to join the team. The book became the center stage for Marvel Comics from 2005 until 2012 running through events like House of M, Civil War, Secret Invasion, all the way to Avengers vs X-Men. It’s a fun super hero book that really throws you into the world of Marvel Comics.



HONORABLE MENTIONS
Black Science
Sex Criminals
New Teen Titans (Marv Wolfman)
Batgirl and the Birds of Prey
Uncanny X-Force (Rick Remender run)
Batgirl: Year One




AND NUMBER ONE….




1. Saga
If you’re not reading Saga, you are missing out. A Romeo and Juliet story set in a sci-fi fantasy space adventure. In the middle of an intergalactic war, Alona and Marko leave their worlds behind to risk everything for the survival and protection of their newborn Hazel. Hunted by both sides of the war, the two travel across the stars and encountering creatures from all over the galaxy who either want to help them or want them dead. Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples take a story about the ups and downs of parenting and throws it into a cosmic and crazy story of awesomeness. Look out for Izabel, Prince Robot the IV, and Ghus. You will smile every time they are on the page.

2-0-0-0 followers Event!

Oh my God, guys! I literally have tears streaming down my face right now! This is seriously unexpected and I am so overwhelmed right now.

First and foremost, I would really like to thank each and everyone of you wonderful sweets! Thank you for following me and allowing me to share the excitement and love of DC with everyone! 

Thank you to all the wonderful blogs that I follow for supplying a lot of of wonderful pieces that make my days really worthwhile! To my followers, thank you so much for taking time to leave me nice messages as well as liking and/or reblogging my pieces too.

Thank you to the wonderful and talented writers I have had the chance to meet because of Discord. Even though right now, I have been super busy I barely even have the time to talk to anyone, except the occasional dropping by, you guys are seriously the best and I hope I can be less busy so that I can talk to you guys again! 

In short, I appreciate all of you!! Thank you for giving me and my blog a chance!

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Secondly, I have decided to start writing for Marvel too - more specifically the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I gave this a lot of thought before coming to this decision. Requests for Marvel will be accepted as soon as I am done with the current batch of requests that I have! (Which means, for now until I accept any requests, you shall have to bear through me posting imagines of Peter Parker because smol bean is too adorable and I just want to adopt him).

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Lastly, to celebrate this blog hitting 2000 followers, I am going to do something I have never done before! I am going to do a “2K event” to celebrate reaching 2000 followers. Henceforth will be tagged #2KTea so that it will be easier for you to find your requests, if the need arises.

  • I will be accepting ships! Yes, you saw that correctly. 
  • Unfortunately, I will only be accepting a certain amount because it will be the first time I am doing this so it is a little bit nerve wrecking for me so at most, I might be receiving 20 ships! First come, first serve basis!
  • Send in your one-line sentence starters and I will write a short drabble according to who I feel would say those sentences!

Guidelines for the ship:

  • You can be on anon or you can send an ask with your profile too, it doesn’t matter! I’m fine with either.
  • Send me a description of yourself / your personality / likes and dislikes (not too long but not too short either)
  • Tell me if you want a male ship or a female ship (e.g. can I have a female ship? I am ___, ____, etcetera)
  • Or you can tell me who you want me to ship you with (e.g. can I get a ship with one of the batboys?)

What you can expect from my answers:

  • Who I ship you with based on what you have given me
  • A few headcanon that ranges from how the two of you met, how the two of you got together, his proposal, your dates, etcetera.
  • I may even use a few from this blog to write your ship-memes for you! 

Looking forward to seeing your participation, everyone! Thank you and I love you! You guys are the best! I promise to continue to work hard and try my hardest to deliver nicely!

Originally posted by changgome

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Chadwick Boseman Says Black Panther Has Considerable Role In Avengers: Infinity War
Chadwick Boseman made a splash as T'Challa the Black Panther when he made his Marvel Cinematic [...]

Boseman will star in the Black Panther movie opening in February 2018. After that, the Black Panther will return in May 2018 for Avengers: Infinity War. The third Avengers movie has a sizable ensemble cast, but Boseman says Black Panther’s is no small role.

“It’s considerable, it’s considerable,“ Boseman tells ComicBook.com at Comic-Con International: San Diego. "He’s an important factor in Infinity War.”

With the reveal of the Black Order and the Outriders at D23 Expo, Avengers: Infinity War seems more and more to be inspired by the Marvel Comics event Infinity. Black Panther was a major player in that story and Wakanda was specifically targeted by Thanos’ forces. This all sounds like the making of a major subplot for Black Panther in Avengers: Infinity.

Of course, filming two blockbuster movies in one year is no small feat either.

"You know, the two experiences, they sort of just blend into each other because we were shooting both of them in the same city,” Boseman says.
“Literally, I went from one to the other, so I didn’t really have a break between the two. So it’s almost like a shot one film. That’s what it felt like.”