Love you 3000, MCU.
The most successful genre franchise burst onto the scene in 2008 (with the first Ironman film) and hasn’t looked back since. You’ll find Marvel superheroes in films, television, and streaming series – each of them telling their own stories and moving through larger story arcs that may take dozens of shows to completely unfold.
It’s truly outstanding – and, at times, a bit controversial. We want to hear it all.
So tell us what you love about the MCU. Share your thoughts, reviews, recommendations, and more with other Imagination Connoisseurs, and feel free to peruse the articles, recollections, reviews, and recommendations right here and in our online community.
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What do regular people on Earth-616 think about the MCU?
Imagination Connoisseur known as “Myle” asks a very straightforward question – what do ordinary people who live on Earth in the MCU think about all the events and characters depicted in the movies and streaming shows?
Did the “big twists” in DR. STRANGE 2 and SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME break the MCU?￼
Imagination Connoisseur, Sam Schott, is having a hard time accepting the big “twist” at the end of SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME (the reveal that Skrulls have been masquerading as many of our favorite MCU characters). This may help set up the ‘Secret Wars’ series on Disney+, but does it break the MCU in the process?
Moon Knight versus Menthu
Robert Roach, the creator of the Menthu character and comic book is also well-versed in Egyptian mythology. He points out where ‘Moon Knight’ misses out in their presentation of the pantheon of Egyptian gods and goddesses and why that matters.
Moon Knight was fun, but flawed.
Imagination Connoisseur, Rick Whiting, provides his review of the streaming series, ‘Moon Knight’ which ran on Disney+ in April. While the show was fun, there are a few things Rick would have preferred to see that would have kept the series much closer to the comics that served as its source material.
Will She-Hulk rock the MCU boys club?
Imagination Connoisseur, Kitty Adams, posted this open letter to MCU fans complaining about the She-Hulk trailer that recently dropped promoting the series (currently planned for an August 2022 debut).
Who would you call if you’ve got a zombie problem?
The Imagination Connoisseur who goes by the name, Clownself, has an interesting prediction for Bruce Campbell’s expected cameo appearance in the upcoming film, DR. STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS. And we’ve shared the supporting evidence to back up their theory.
THE BATMAN versus the MCU … has it come to this? (A Robservations Short Take)
ROBSERVATIONS host Robert Meyer Burnett provides a rebuttal to an article in Esquire Magazine that claims audiences have become bored with the MCU and the “Marvel monoculture.” There’s a lot to like in the MCU and Rob explains why nothing like it has ever been seen before in Hollywood.
Is Marvel losing its luster?
Imagination Connoisseur, Pasty Coppertop, thinks there might be more MCU than he can handle right now. Is this a case of too much of a good thing? Is it possible moviegoers will reach a point of superhero exhaustion and bring about the end of the MCU?
Same songs as the original, but this WEST SIDE STORY is a little different.
Imagination Connoisseur, Donny Pearson, shares his review of Steven Spielberg’s WEST SIDE STORY and how the iconic film score was handled differently this time around.
How does WandaVision tie into the Multiverse of Madness? Here’s a quick take.
Imagination Connoisseur, Adam Gibson, gives us his unique view on how the WandaVision show that streamed last year on Disney+ ties in with the upcoming feature film, DR. STRANGE AND THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS. It’s pretty quick, so you better pay attention.
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