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Monday, 28 March 2016 15:38
“The guilt... means your work is not finished.” This is the most poignant line in Daredevil Season 2, as Father Lantom (played brilliantly by Peter McRobbie) once again tries to console Matt Murdock after he fails to save someone’s life as his vigilante alter-ego, Daredevil. This is Lantom’s only appearance in Season 2, but once again, his wisdom indeed helps Matt with his duty as “The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen”. Read more...
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Wednesday, 27 May 2015 15:26
After Wilson Fisk beat Matt, Foggy, Karen, and Ben to the punch and revealed himself to the New York public in the eighth episode, the foursome is now reeling and dumbfounded on what exactly to do next. However, the episode first starts out with Matt fighting a mysterious leather clad Ninja who might have ties to the mysterious group of ninja's they encountered while he and Stick came to the aid of a little boy. Matt goes to see Father Lantom to wax philosophical on his struggle with his morality and his Catholic beliefs asking him if he believes in "The Devil." Lantom's explanation is a rousing tale that even those who don't follow religion should listen to. Read more...
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Monday, 11 May 2015 22:09
You may still be on the fence about the new Spider-Woman, but you shouldn't be. Hop on over to this side of the fence where it's fun and still perfectly acceptable to dislike the new costume. Spider-Woman debuted in 1977 in Marvel Spotlight #32. According to some information provided by Stan Lee, Spider-Woman was created simply so that no one else could use the name Spider-Woman. Very much like licking all of the donuts so nobody else will eat them. Oh well, it worked out well as Marvel has done a pretty good job keeping us entertained with this character. The original Spider-Woman was Jessica Drew and there have been several versions since. In November 2014 Marvel brought back the O.G. version minus the O.G. costume. Now it's May 2015 and we're up to issue number 7. Read more...
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Wednesday, 04 February 2015 10:06
11958148Hell's Kitchen will never be the same again! Marvel's Cinematic Universe is about to expand even further with their original Netflix series, Daredevil! And don't get this confused with that Ben Affleck movie...this is DD done right! Based strongly on the Frank Miller run of Daredevil comics, the series stars Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil, Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk/Kingpin, Debra Ann Woll as Karen Page, Rosario Dawson as Claire Temple, Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson, Scott Glen as Stick, Bob Gunton as Leland Owlsley/The Owl and Vondie Curtis-Hall as Ben Urich. This is the beginning of a whole new darker era of Marvel's shared universe and we can't be more excited!  Read more...
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Sunday, 28 April 2013 15:32
Daredevil_18_CoverIf you know anything about me, you’d know that I was a fan of Wizard Magazine, if not that it was an actual magazine stuffed with fun articles about comics and comics related topics. It was a genuine magazine publication devoted to the stuff I loved. Wizard had letters page, top 10 lists, interviews, previews of upcoming comics and of course this cool column that I always looked forward to: Casting Call, where they would cast actors into completely fabricated comic book adapted movies. This was when comic book movies were just beginning to emerge in abundance, so this was pretty imaginative and we never really thought that any of the movies would be made...but here we are with 2 or 3 major comic book films coming out every summer! So you can imagine how happy I am to be a full-fledged comic book columnist and sort of get the chance to keep what Wizard started right here in The Bleed every week! So, the big Marvel Studios news from Marvel’s Big Shot Mega-Producer Kevin Feige this week was that the rights that 20th Century Fox had to produce Daredevil movies have expired and the rights go back to Marvel, to do with as they please. Read more...
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