An expansion for Disney Infinity 3.0. It has a story mode involving Loki and Ultron, but the star of Marvel Battlegrounds is its brawl mode, where up to 4 players (or AI) can duke it out using characters from both Infinity 2.0 and 3.0. It’s Smash Bros, Disney style.
Matt Murdock is back to clean up Hell’s Kitchen from a new wave of baddies in Netflix’s spot-on comic book drama. And to gum up the works this year, The Punisher turns up with his own brand of street vengeance. We’ve just cancelled all our plans for the March 18 premiere.
The lines are drawn and the characters – well, most of them – have chosen their sides. Iron Man, War Machine, Black Widow, Vision and the Black Panther take on Cap, the Winter Soldier, the Falcon, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch and Ant-Man in a super powered Civil War.
(Season 1 Spoilers) The teaser for season two of Netflix and Marvel’s awesome show offers no footage from the show, but it uses an artful approach to recap Matt Murdock’s story, and hints at the arrival of Elektra (Élodie Yung) and The Punisher (Jon Bernthal). Drops 3/18/16.
A 13-disc set with digital, Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D copies of Iron Man 3, Thor 2, Captain America 2, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers 2 and Ant-Man. It also has a bonus disc with over 2 hours of extra content and a life-size replica of the Morag Orb (the relic Star-Lord stole in GotG.)
A look at the latest live-action Marvel series, with the awesome Kristen Ritter in the title role – a failed superhero who attempts to rebuild her life as a detective in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen. We’re looking forward to seeing David Tennant as the bad guy. Drops 11/20 on Netflix.
How It Should Have Ended shows a more realistic beginning and ending to Ant-Man. The result is Hank Pym & His Keychain: a 30-minute movie that doesn’t include Ant-Man at all. Though if that’s how things play out then Hank shouldn’t have bothered to recruit Scott.