Captain Marvel

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Director
Ryan Fleck, Anna Boden
Runtime
Release Date
6 March 2019
Genres
Action, Adventure, Science Fiction
Overview
The story follows Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. Set in the 1990s, Captain Marvel is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Dave Cullen8
Computing Forever



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  • My Final Word on Captain Marvel
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  • Avengers: Endgame: Is Captain Marvel Stealing The Limelight?
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  • Feminist Hero Captain Marvel Fights Toxic Masculinity in Deleted Scene
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  • 2019: A Mixed Bag For Hollywood Sequels at The Box Office
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  • AFTER ENDGAME: All Rumoured Phase 4 MCU Films & TV Shows
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  • Spider-Man: Far From Home Review (Spoilers)
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  • Brie Larson Wants Woke Film Reviews (Wrinkle In Time - 10:00) (Equalizer 2 - 15:30)
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Plugged In15
Focus on the Family



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  • Captain Marvel: Plugged In Movie Review
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  • A Conversation About Captain Marvel

    I have not yet seen every movie in the Marvel cinematic universe. I know, I know. Sheesh. Good thing I, and the people I work with, get paid to watch movies. So, even though I didn’t get a chance to see Captain Marvel, Paul Asay did. And Paul has some thoughts on the film—thoughts about […]

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  • What’s New and Streaming for Families in June (2019)

    Can you believe we’re slip-sliding into summer once more? Yes indeedy. So while you’re breaking out your shorts and T-shirts and waiting for the official start of the sunshine season on June 21st—not to mention anticipating the upcoming blockbuster movie season—let’s see what’s new in the realm of streaming this month. Netflix Netflix will be […]

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  • Lions, Elephants, Genies, Witches and Jedi, oh My!
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    Didja see it? The new (and first full-length) trailer for Disney’s remake of The Lion King? I didn’t watch it until this morning, which made me only about the 16 millionth person to do so in the last two days. And even though 1994’s animated classic The Lion King isn’t actually one of my favorite […]

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  • Forget About Saving the World. The MCU is All About Family
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    We could unpack a lot of stuff with Avengers: Endgame, Marvel’s three-hour finale to its 11-year, 22-movie odyssey (so far). And hopefully we’ll have opportunity to do just that sometime soon—when most of you have seen it and spoilers aren’t quite as big of an issue. But one thing that I can say about Endgame […]

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  • Avengers: Endgame Lands in First With a Snap
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    In Avengers: Endgame, Thanos refers to himself and his dastardly actions as an “inevitability.” But he could’ve been describing the financial fate of the film itself. It seemed indeed inevitable that Endgame would finish the weekend No. 1. The real question was by how much. Could it earn more than the $257.7 million its forebear, […]

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  • Culture Clips: How Dirty Is Your Phone? Dirty. REALLY Dirty.
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    So much to cover this week. So let’s dive in with some nasty news about the device many of you are probably using to read these words right now: your phone. If you’ve ever wondered how dirty it is—as in, how much bacteria calls your precious smartphone home—the answer is really dirty. In fact, experts […]

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  • Endgame Escapes Detective Pikachu
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    Detective Pikachu came to catch ‘em all—all of us moviegoers, that is. But let’s face it: No matter how cute the little electric rascal might be, and no matter how many volts it packs in that strange little tail of his, Pikachu ultimately fainted before the might of Avengers: Endgame. For the third-straight week, Endgame […]

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Richard Spencer3
NPI / Radix



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  • Unconscious Cinema: Captain Marvel
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  • Unconscious Cinema With Richard Spencer & Mark Brahmin: Captain Marvel
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Ben Davies4
Rebel Media



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  • Rotten Tomatoes makes changes to ratings after backlash against "Captain Marvel" | Ben Davies
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  • In “Captain Marvel," Brie Larson “basically plays... Thor” | Ben Davies
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  • Shazam! New film earns praise despite wacky story telling | Ben Davies
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National Review Staff4
National Review



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  • Captain Marvel and Today’s Exhausting Feminism
    Forget ‘leaning in,’ America — lean out with me!
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  • Notes on Captain Marvel (Spoilers)
    I saw it this weekend with my daughter, and we both agreed that it wasn’t nearly as bad as the haters made it sound.
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  • It’s A Feminist! It’s A Shlock-Fest! It’s Captain Mediocre!
    “Captain Marvel is just as formulaic as countless other superhero films. That’s a triumph.”
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  • Unplanned Advances the Abortion Debate
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    Despite a media blackout, the pro-life film is a surprise hit.
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The Federalist Staff6
The Federalist



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  • Retro ‘Captain Marvel’ Is Empowering But So-So Superhero Filler
    'Captain Marvel' provides filler until the larger-scale 'Avengers: Endgame' arrives next month but seems lacking in commitment, ambition, and innovation.
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  • Here’s Precisely Why ‘Captain Marvel’ Is Such A Disappointment
    Marvel broke the mold of character origin films with 'Black Panther,' then they tried to put that mold back together for 'Captain Marvel.'
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  • For All Its Flaws, ‘Shazam’ Beats ‘Captain Marvel.’ Here’s Why
    America has two Captain Marvels. One debuted last month but the original is hitting screens now, and 'Shazam' is a better movie.
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  • Tim Burton’s ‘Dumbo’ Is A Dark But Beautiful Celebration Of Individualism
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Tim Burton's 'Dumbo' conveys to viewers that from now on, we must look to ourselves for freedom, not to larger-than-life fantasies.
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  • ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Wraps Up Epic Marvel Storyline With Fateful, Fantastic Finale
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    It's not perfect, but 'Avengers: Endgame' comes close enough that even the most superhero-saturated, seen-it-all fan will love it.
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  • 7 Most Unbelievable Moments In The Marvel Cinematic Universe
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    The Avengers series raises questions that cut to the essence of human nature, and ‘Endgame’ is the last chance for America to get the answers we deserve.
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The Weekly Substandard Podcast2
The Weekly Standard



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  • The Substandard on The Predator and Captain Marvel
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  • The Substandard on The Predator and Captain Marvel

    On this latest episode, the Substandard discusses The Predator and how on earth it ever got the green light. JVL makes the case for Chav King Arthur. Sonny hates his free earphones. And Vic is concerned about street walkers. Plus a review of the new Captain Marvel trailer!

    The Substandard is sponsored by Calm.com For a limited time, Substandard listeners can get 25% off a Calm Premium subscription, including unlimited access to all of Calm’s amazing content. Get started today at CALM.COM/SUBSTANDARD.

    This micro edition of The Substandard is sponsored by Casper. Casper is a sleep brand that makes expertly designed products to help you get your best rest, one night at a time. After all, you spend one third of your life sleeping, so you should be comfortable. Get $50 toward select mattresses by visiting Casper.com/SUBSTANDARD and using promo code SUBSTANDARD at checkout. Terms and conditions apply.

    Subscribe to the Substandard on iTunes, Google Play, or on Stitcher. Join the Substandard community on Facebook and follow on Twitter!

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The Flyby Podcast4
The Binge



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  • 3/13/19 - Captain Marvel
    Cranky T-Rex and Sarjex review and otherwise spoil Marvel's latest movie, Captain Marvel.
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  • 3/6/19 - Many Happy Returns
    Sarjex and Cranky T-Rex review the part 2 of The Orville's "Identity", plus the latest episodes of Arrow and The Flash and discuss the early reviews of Captain Marvel.
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  • The Flyby 12/5/18 - Wrecking Ralph Breaks the Internet
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Cranky T-Rex and Sarjex review Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet, the sequel to surprising hit Wreck-It Ralph. Also discussed are the latest episodes of Arrow and The Flash, and the Captain Marvel trailer.
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  • 4/17/19- Shazam
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    Cranky T-Rex and Sarjex give their spoiler-filled review of Shazam, who was the original Captain Marvel before Marvel took the name back.
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Kyle Smith2
National Review



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  • Captain Mary Sue
    Captain Marvel might be the first blockbuster movie whose animating idea is fear.
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  • Do Female Film Critics Need a Safe Space?
    Some media women cry foul as male critics find fault with Captain Marvel.
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E;R1
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Cranky T-Rex1
The Flyby



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  • Fixing Captain Marvel
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Castalia House



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  • Cat ladies will love it!
    You can't make this stuff up. You really can't. A "glowing review" of the forthcoming Captain Marvel movie:
    Some initial #CaptainMarvel reactions:

    1. Cat people will love this movie.
    2. Several truly magnificent music moments for this 90s kid.
    3. Carol's hero moment was very cathartic/true to the female experience, imho.
    4. The MCU feels more complete now that Carol is in it. ♥️
    I suspect serious Marvel fans are going to hate this thing with a fury hotter than angry Star Wars fans contemplating the next entry in the Disney Wars movie franchise: Rose Tico: Poledancer: A STAR WARS Story.

    When - not if, when - Arkhaven Studios begins making movies, I guarantee that they will not merely be better than this SJW nonsense, they will be vastly better despite having budgets that are two orders of magnitude lower.

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  • Everything is falling into place
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Now Disney is destroying the Marvel Comic Universe:
    I previously wrote how Brie Larson is a huge gamble for Disney and Kevin Feige - especially following the failure of Star Wars: The Last Jedi - and now the Captain Marvel movie looks to be in big, big trouble, unfortunately.

    Back in January, following the NCAA trailer, it was reported that Captain Marvel was projected to have a massive $160 million opening weekend with some estimates even offering $180 million.

    However, the bad news for Kevin Feige and Captain Marvel is that those projections have now dropped upwards of $80 million (note: article has been updated to reflect million and not percent), as it is reported the flick may only open around $100 million.

    The latest projections come from Deadline, with the site offering Captain Marvel will now open in line with other Marvel origin films, but won't come anywhere near Black Panther's $202 million. Interestingly enough, further evidence Captain Marvel is not as highly regarded among fans comes from the fact that Black Panther supporters have not supported the Captain Marvel gofundme to get girls to go see the movie.

    There is also a huge problem with Brie Larson who has been spinning Captain Marvel as a feminist movie, essentially isolating the audience, and she even recently came out against white males for some reason. I'm actually surprised and disappointed in Kevin Feige that he is allowing Larson to destroy the MCU audience, and that Disney and CEO Bob Iger haven't learned anything from Star Wars.
    It's mildly amusing to observe that the media simply can't grasp that Disney WANTS to destroy Star Wars and Marvel and everything else that appeals to white men. That's why they acquired it in the first place.

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  • Frauds all the way down
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Disney is not only replacing canon in its ongoing brand destruction, it's replacing the need for customers:
    New reports of empty theaters for Captain Marvel’s weekend showings are the latest in the movie’s ongoing controversy. A number of Twitter users indicated there were empty seats at a number of Captain Marvel showings over the weekend.

    We spoke with a movie theater manager who asked for anonymity. He told us they had “exactly 25 no shows for every showing of Captain Marvel on Thursday through Saturday.”

    The manager told us this was definitely abnormal, “It’s definitely not normal. People usually show up when they pay for tickets…I’m not sure what it is, we’ve seen big groups not show up before, but they get refunds.”

    I asked whether or not these tickets were purchased in bulk, but that information isn’t available, “I’m not sure if they were bought all at once because Fandango doesn’t give us that information, but exactly 25 no shows for every show is probably statistically impossible.”

    The manager would add, “I would say it’s someone trying to make the ticket sales look better than they really were.”

    He would also indicate he saw significant drop offs in ticket sales from Sunday at his theater, “Sunday for Captain Marvel wasn’t good and Monday and Tuesday were terrible. They were like a 75% drop off from Sunday.”
    This is how the corporate cancer known as SJW metastasizes. Once it devours one aspect of the business, the need to protect the narrative requires devouring another aspect of it.

    Compare the first five days of Black Panther to Captain Marvel.

    1. 75.9 61.7
    2. 66.0 52.9
    3. 60.1 38.8
    4. 40.2 11.0
    5. 20.8 14.6

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  • Mailvox: a tale of two Marvels
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    WP explains the current Marvel situation:
    There were two Marvel comics universes. (For simplicity I'll say two though that is not accurate.)  One was the main one and one was the ULTIMATE universe which was meant to be a more gritty version which started in the year 2000.

    The character Nick Fury was always a white man but in the ultimate version they made him a black man and they specifically made him look like Samuel L. Jackson. One could assume that they did this hoping to force the hand of higher-ups to cast Samuel L. Jackson for any future movies that were made.  That is what eventually happened.

    Becoming the guy in charge of a 300 million dollar movie is hard.  Becoming the guy in charge of a comic book is much easier. Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury demonstrates that becoming the guy in charge of the comic can mean you decide how the 300 million dollar movie looks.

    SJWs appear to have noticed this.  They made a WOKE replacement for all of the main Avengers.  Little black girl Iron Man, womyn Thor, Asian Hulk, black Captain America etc.

    In recent years Marvel Comics seemed to want to force a female character to be their flagship character.  A big problem with this was that most of their female characters that people like were X-Men and Fox owned the movie rights to X-Men so those characters were neglected.  They decided to make Captain Marvel into their Wesley Crusher.

    For reasons they also re-tooled Captain Marvel to be more repulsive and masculine, they did this repeatedly even though the comics were failures. With this in mind it's notable that a Captain Marvel movie got made at all - no one cares about this character or could reasonably expect it to be very profitable.

    Guys like Robert Downey Jr. eventually have to age out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  It would appear that the SJWs knew that and created the WOKE replacement comics to be the source material for the 2.0 Marvel Cinematic Universe.
    Which may explain why Disney is looking to eject the comics altogether, since they know that Marvel Comics (SJW edition) is not only NOT going to plant more movie seeds, but is actively attempting to control the movie products. After all, if Disney wants SJW versions of the IP it owns, it is perfectly capable of producing them on its own. Soy Wars (nee' Star Wars) is sufficient proof of that.

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  • Up next: Black lesbian Thor
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Marvel Films is determined to create space for the inevitable competition:
    A new rumor indicates that Thor 4 could feature a female led.

    The rumor from Cosmic Book News points to an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Thor: Ragnarok actress Tessa Thompson noted she believes a pitch for a Thor 4 film has been made:

    “I heard that a pitch has happened for [another “Thor” film]. I don’t know how real that intel is, but I hear that the pitch has happened. I think the idea is Taika [Waititi, who directed ‘Ragnarok’] would come back.”

    She also discussed the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how it will be more female-oriented when discussing a recent fan tweet showing Captain Marvel and Valkyrie together:

    “It didn’t even occur to me, legitimately, that it was necessarily a romantic thing. I don’t even know what happens in the canon in terms of those characters or if they ever intersect, but I just love the idea of more women Marvel characters getting to intersect. I just think it’s so cool and it’s time and why not? There’s so many compelling female characters inside of the MCU.”

    She added:

    “And just selfishly, when I get to see those women in passing, they’re all such cool women. So the idea of getting to spend time with them and hang out is so fun. I’m just excited that this new phase promises to have women and queer folks.”
    Some people are under the mistaken impression that these developments are upsetting to us. Quite the contrary. We are 100 percent in favor of Marvel and DC completely embracing and celebrating the ever-mutating SJW Narrative, on the grounds that one should never interrupt one's enemy when he is... doing exactly the right thing for Social Justice and the Post-American Way.

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  • Disney to shut down Marvel
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    That's the latest rumor to excite the non-stop drama of the comics industry:
    A new rumor indicates that Disney might be shutting down Marvel Comics sooner rather than later.

    The rumor comes from Jude Terror at Bleeding Cool who cites a press release from Marvel Comics indicating that Marvel’s Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski and Joe Quesada are heading down to Austin, Texas to discuss the importance of comics to Disney’s business based off the Marvel intellectual properties.

    In fact, Terror speculates that Cebulski and Quesada are heading to Austin, Texas to save Marvel Comics because “comics must continue to be published even if they add little value to the budget on their own simply because they provide the genetic material to make actual profits elsewhere.”

    Terror even questions, “If less people are buying comics and the direct market is on the verge of collapse, then why should a megacorp like Disney continue to bother publishing them at all, especially when they can make far more money mining the intellectual properties for other mediums?”

    Terror’s speculation isn’t anything new. Thom Pratt at The Kingdom Insider speculated about Disney cutting out Marvel Comics back in 2017.

    Pratt notes that Disney’s entire profit on an entire year of Marvel Comics amounts to what they make “off one single Marvel Studios movie.” He bluntly writes, “Comic book sales look absolutely pathetic compared to an MCU release.”

    Pratt who has his own sources at Disney even stated that “comic books have about as much value to Disney right now as a T-shirt.” In fact, he states it might even be less because “T-shirts have a higher profit margin.”

    Pratt even addresses the idea that the comics are needed to mine for future stories in movies, video games, and other genres.

    He quickly refutes this writing, “The MCU has taken characters and concepts in a totally different direction than the comic books, and Disney could easily hire away the best “idea guys” to work directly for Marvel Studios.”

    Pratt predicts that Marvel Comics as a publisher will be done away with. He sees it existing in some form but being an “office full of brand managers overseeing licensed deals.” He even believes that Disney will license out the Marvel superheroes to other publishers similar to what they do with their Disney characters to IDW and Dark Horse.

    Part of Pratt’s prediction has already come true as Disney has licensed their Marvel superheroes to IDW.
    I'm a bit dubious about this, as the continuing decline in comics sales was not quite as bad as I expected in 2018, although the more profitable sales of graphics novels did collapse. According to Comichron, the top 300 graphic novel dollar sales declined 16.5 percent last year, to $73.6 million, but top 300 comic dollars increased $10.7 million despite a three percent decline in units as a result of the rise in the average comic price to $4.19.

    The fact that the MCU cycle is coming to an end and Captain Marvel looks to be a complete bust suggests that if 2018 was bad, 2019 will be considerably worse. But Marvel isn't suffering as much as its lesser competitors, as it actually increased its unit market share from 40.4 percent to 44 percent and is still bringing in revenue of well over $100 million, though it may not be doing so profitably.

    It would be amusing if Disney offered Arkhaven the opportunity to license any of its characters, although I can't imagine we'd be terribly interested in cultural icons such as Lesbian Meth Batgirl, Thorella, She-Wolverine, or Shade, Marvel's First Superhero Drag Queen. In any event, Arkhaven's support is continuing to grow steadily and we expect to have a series of exciting new announcements in the coming three months. In related news, the gold logo edition of AH#6 will be available from Castalia Direct next week.

    Note: the new standard size introduced with the gold logo edition of Chuck Dixon's Avalon #3 meant that we did not know exactly how the pricing would translate to the Castalia Direct store. Our first estimate worked out to a price of $3.14 in practice. However, we have since adjusted that, so the $2.99 retail price will return on April 1 and will be maintained across the Arkhaven line for standard size series comics.

    This video by the Kingdom Insider, who is very familiar with Disney's customary practices, is extremely informative. Key phrase: "To the Walt Disney company, the real Marvel universe to them is the Marvel universe they created. The movies. The movies have basically replaced the comic books."



    This article by a comic book retailer is pertinent, especially this statistical truth-bomb:
    The January 2019 order form features 1106 solicited periodical comic books. Of those, only 454 of those SKUs are new items – the other 652 are variant covers. That means a staggering fifty-nine percent of all solicited comics are actually variants. That’s completely and entirely absurd! It is deluded, it is dangerous, and it actively works against the best interests of the market.
    That's why our only variant covers will be the Premium editions intended for the comic book stores. We'll do the gold logo limited editions for the collectors, but we're keeping our price at $2.99 for those. Remember that at 24 pages of story, our comics are not only less expensive and better-constructed, but provide considerably more content than the average Marvel or DC floppy.

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  • Fight the real battle, Marvel
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Despite its best efforts to anticipate the SJW Narrative, Marvel's Endgame falls well short of the expectations of the SJW thought police:
    The Marvel blockbuster is predicted to surpass its predecessor, Avengers: Infinity War, by £200million, which would crown the new superhero film the largest debut in the history of cinema - and possibly the first film to break one billion dollars in less than a week.

    Endgame's roster includes at least 30 superheroes, but it seems the real battle is more one between the sexes than against gauntlet-wielding super villains - as major male characters enjoy a combined 381 minutes of screen-time, compared to only 116 for their female counterparts.

    Chris Evans' Captain America enjoys one hour and six minutes of screen time - the most of any of the film's stars - followed by Robert Downey Jnr’s Iron Man with one hour and two minutes, and Chris Hemsworth’s Thor with 45 minutes.

    British actress Karen Gillan, known for playing Amy Pond in Doctor Who, has the most screen time of all the female stars, and the fourth most of all, appearing for 41 minutes as the cyborg Nebula, but the franchise's latest star Captain Marvel, played by Brie Larson, appears for only 15 minutes, despite her recent blockbuster.
    I am shocked, appalled, and offended. I expect, and sincerely hope, that Marvel addresses this terrible sexual screen time imbalance in all its future movies. Do they not know it is 2019 and not 1950? Do better, Marvel. Do better!

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  • And you thought the movies were safe
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Now that Brian Bendis has achieved his goal of converging their comics, Marvel is determined to converge the movies as well. Marvel Comics Universe film guru Kevin Feige addresses diversity and Marvel's future plans:
    Kevin Feige on diversity: 'It's something that is necessary to continue to tell stories. You don't want to look around the room and see everybody looks like you. It is detrimental to the project'

    He adds: There are more women on the track to leadership at Marvel #ProducedBy2018

    Audience question: Marvel has had men directors for its past 20 some movies. Can the next 20 feature women to balance?

    Kevin Feige: I can't promise you that all 20 future Marvel movies will have women directors, but a lot of them will

    On Miss Marvel after Capitan Marvel: We wanted to get Captain Marvel out there first so that there is something for a young Muslim girl to get inspired by

     What next after Avengers IW2?  Kevin Feige says he is working on:
    - Continuing stories of characters you're familiar with
    - Different incarnations of characters you know
    - Introducing completely new characters you never heard of before (unless ur a comics fan)
    Smells like... opportunity! And yes, we are rapidly moving towards Alt-Movies. Treatments and scripts are already being prepared, budgets are being debated, possible directors are being consulted, and we'll have a Brainstorm to discuss these developments later this week.

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Christian Toto3
Hollywood In Toto



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  • ‘Captain Marvel’ Drowns in Victimhood, Dull Action
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    Brie Larson’s promotional push for “Captain Marvel” couldn’t be more woke.

    The Oscar winner railed against too many white male reporters, trumpeted the film’s feminist agenda and dictated which under-represented

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  • ‘Dark Phoenix’ Offers Modest Superhero Rewards
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe is like the most expensive Netflix series ever made.

    We’re not supposed to binge watch the franchise, but the films are part of a larger, surprisingly

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  • HiT Episode 98 Roger L. Simon (PJ Media)
    (”Captain Marvel” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    HiT shares even more proof that mainstream movie critics tilt their reviews to the left, shares why the upcoming 'Captain Marvel' film may be Lady Ghostbusters 2.0 and talks to Oscar-nominated screenwriter Roger L. Simon on his disconnect with awards season in the Age of Trump.
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Conservative Film Buff1
Letterboxd



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  • Captain Marvel, 2019 - ★★

    Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn give the film something that could at least be called a performance. Everything else... yawn.

    Its lack of style, for one, is baffling. It's set in 1995 and the only things they could come up with is a reference to Grunge flannel and Blockbuster video. If only they had had someone playing with a yo-yo while doing the Macarena and listening to a Walkman!

    The other baffling thing is just how empty of a character Captain Marvel is. After all, weren't they selling this film as the first female-led Marvel movie? You'd think they would have tried to craft a memorable character. After seeing this movie, what do we know about Brie Larson's character of Carol Danvers? Jude Law's character tells us that she's too emotional, and that her major struggle will be to control her emotions. But do we see that on screen? If anything, she seems distant. Where do the script and what we're seeing on screen connect? She is distant at the beginning, and she is distant at the end, except that, again, the script tells us that she has learned to harness her powers. I saw no transformation and no connecting point to her story. It's not entirely Brie Larson's fault, either. There's just no character there. It's not even a caricature. It's just nothing. So when we see her unleash her powers, and rip through CGI spaceships like they're Lego sets, why do we care?

    On the other hand, Samuel L. Jackson is hamming it up for the screen the whole time. There are great moments of him eating, singing, laughing, joking, and playing with a cat (which Larson's character coldly ignores). And Ben Mendelsohn, who is always entertaining to watch, plays the most complex character. He clearly gives the film its emotional center and provides some of the more humorous parts as well. As such, it's hard not to come away from the film feeling that it's supposed to be about these two characters rather than Carol Danvers. With them, we laugh and we feel emotion, while Danvers stoically looks on with disinterest.

    Unfortunately, Captain Marvel is not a success. It tried to give the world a powerful and relatable female super hero. It delivered a mid-level Marvel movie about two male characters that also happens to have a female superhero in it.

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Sonny Bunch1
Free Beacon



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  • ‘Captain Marvel’ Review

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    Captain Marvel is a big bowl of mediocrity, a soup comprised of an underwhelming, lightweight lead saddled with poorly edited action scenes that’s set to a disastrously-on-the-nose soundtrack in service of a script that offers little in the way of deviation from the comic book movie mold, with a few winning bit performances that keep the thing from being a total waste of your time.

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Michael Medved1



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  • Captain Marvel

    Star Rating: 2 Stars
    Cast: Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn
    Release Date: Friday, March 8, 2019
    MPAA Rating: PG-13
    Brought to you by www.michaelmedved.com
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John Nolte5
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  • 'Captain Marvel' Review: Brie Larson Is the Beckiest Becky in Movie History
    Brie Larson and Marvel are so afraid of the Woke Fascists, we're forced to spend two hours with a lead protagonist without vulnerabilities, zero sex appeal, and no character arc.
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  • Nolte: 'Unplanned' Beats Blacklisting Campaign with $6.1 Million Opening
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    Unplanned's success is yet more proof that the fascist establishment no longer has the ability to control the flow of information or shape public opinion.
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  • 'Shazam!' Review: Not Another Origin Story
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    Naturally there's a Woke Moment. Shazam rushes to save a woman from a mugging but she's already saved herself because she doesn’t need his toxic masculinity because women are mighty n' stuff.
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  • 'The Silence' Review: Netflix Apocalypse Tale Hits the Genre Bull's-Eye
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    Would I have enjoyed The Silence on the big screen? Possibly, but nowhere near as much because it feels like a TV movie, plays like a TV movie, and on TV it works like gangbusters.
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  • 'Dark Phoenix' Review: An Xhausting and Xcruciating End to the X-Men
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    Dark Phoenix has forever ended the argument over which X-Men sucks the hardest.  
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Counter Currents Publishing



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  • Captain Marvel: A Review
    1,789 words America has to once again endure a terrible, big-budget girl power film from Hollywood. Captain Marvel is receiving much praise from critics and journalists as the first feminist superhero movie. The Marvel film, starring Brie Larson as the titular female superhero, has been propelled by non-stop propaganda. Multiple movie theaters made Captain Marvel […]
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Unz Review



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  • Captain Marvel Hates You..., by Paul Kersey
    Captain Marvel is the typical Hollywood fantasy, with a woman playing the “captain,” plenty of heroic non-whites, and lots of bad white people. It will be released this Friday, March 8, which happens to be International Women’s Day. It’s all too trite for words. But Marvel Cinematic Universe and Disney may just be pushing their...
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  • As Predicted, AVENGERS: ENDGAME Genocides Whites—Will Franchise (Like America) Survive?, by Paul Kersey
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    Disney’s Avengers: Endgame, the culmination of 22 prior movies connecting the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), made an astounding $1.2 billion at the global box office this weekend. [‘Avengers: Endgame’ Sets Global Box Office Record: $1.2 Billion, by Christopher Palmeri, Bloomberg, April 28, 2019] But the plot signals the end of the line for MCU white...
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Esoteric Hollywood



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  • Captain Marvel is Phenomenal Because….

     #captainmarvel #Rottentomatoes #disney I give you the stats and debunk the myth that Disney and Marvel were up to no good. The claims that Bro Larsen and her X Womyn are involved in a conspiracy are soundly refuted by the facts and science. Science proves my case so therefore you are ghey. Case closed […]

    The post Captain Marvel is Phenomenal Because…. appeared first on JaysAnalysis.com.

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American Renaissance1
American Renaissance



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  • Captain Marvel Hates You . . .

    . . . so long as you are a “white dude.”

    The post Captain Marvel Hates You . . . appeared first on American Renaissance.

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Daily Stormer



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  • Rotten Tomatoes Shuts Down Review Function Over Captain Marvel Bad Ratings
    Watch this movie, BIGOT.
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Crosswalk1
Cross Walk



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  • 5 Things Parents Should Know about Captain Marvel
    Carol Danvers is a superhero with other-wordly superpowers.
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Armond White1
The National Review / OUT



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  • The Movie Messages of Women’s History Month
    Hollywood turns complex women into cartoons.
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  • Avengers: Endgame Review & Discussion: Folks…It’s Over
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    All in all, Avengers: Endgame is a pretty good film and a solid ending for the Marvel Cinematic Universe...as long as you don't watch another MCU film after this.
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The American Conservative



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