Marvel Comics Essays

  • Avengers: Age Of Ultron Movie Analysis

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    have reassembled to (sweep some more money) save the world again from a monstrous artificial intelligence robot called Ultron. Being one of the most highly anticipated movies of this year, Avengers: Age of Ultron has put every moviegoers and pure comic fans in enthusiasm from every casting news, leaked photos from shooting places, to the trailers they unveiled to the world. I remember myself tracking every single news of this movie, and when I first saw the trailer back in December 2014. How can

  • Daredevil Slot Analysis

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    Daredevil slot review From Playtech game developer famously responsible for Marvel slot adaptations such as The Incredible Hulk, X-Men and Iron Man 2 we have the Daredevil slot. This comic slot is based on 2003 film with Ben Affleck, who plays a super-hero, who got blind in the accident and now has the superpower of heightened senses that helps him to fight the crime and get revenge for his father’s death. Daredevil is a dangerous looking slot, featuring loads of dark red and black colours, deadly

  • Elephant In The Room Analysis

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    Let’s address the elephant in the room. This is a movie that has been in the making for decades the two greatest heroes of the DC comics universe together in a movie. There were high expectations when the movie was announced. This expectancy of the legion of fans across the globe, elevated this movie high on a pedestal. From the first decisions of the casting, the portions of the script known and the movie itself. There was harsh criticism. It is hard to please everybody and it is even harder to

  • Artificial Intelligence In Iron Man 3

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    Iron man 3 is a science fiction blockbuster movie based on Marvel comic. The movie features a smart, wealthy businessman cum scientist and an inventor who gets kidnapped by Afghan terrorists. The terrorists kidnap the billionaire for his scientific invention capabilities. During his time in capture he develops a super-weapon suit in which he uses to escape and to bring justice as the movie progresses. Key stars in the movie include; Robert Downey who is the main actor, Jr Gwyneth Paltrow, and Jeff

  • Captain America Movie Analysis

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    Captain America: The Winter Soldier It is an superhero movie based on the a comic character Captain America produced by marvel and was released on 2014 .It is a sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger which was released in 2011 and also a following on from the film The Avengers released in 2012 which features a team of superheroes. The movie stars Chris Evans as Steve Rogers aka Captain America , leading a cast that includes Scarlett Johansen as Natasha Romanoff aka the black widow, Anthony

  • Suicide Squad Film Analysis

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    review is super late, but I still wanted to let you all know my thoughts and feeling on this film. Just in case SPOILER WARNING!!! Source Material: The Suicide Squad is "team" of villains from the DC Comics universe. Robert Kangigher and Ross Andru are the creators of the original Suicide Squad comic. Entertaining Value: 7 Action Elements: There are two or three big action sequences that are really good. John Campea and Collider Movie Talk crew compared the "minions" of the main villain to the putties

  • Character Analysis Of Doctor Strange

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    background, New York buildings folding upon one another, and electrifying visuals that striking the screen from corner to corner, this is what audiences can expect to experience when watching Doctor Strange. Released in 2016 by Marvel Studios, Doctor Strange recreates its comic book storyline as the main character, Doctor Stephen Strange receives a call to action only after being involved in a detrimental accident. As a well renowned neurosurgeon, Strange took great pride and honor in his work. What

  • Camera Techniques In Avatar

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    Science fiction has become increasingly popular over the past few years as new innovative technology has made it possible for films to become more realistic. Avatar, being one of the highest ranked sci-fi films to be made, is a clear example of how the film industry is on a fast moving track towards a new era of science fiction storytelling. James Cameron’s Avatar exercised all new forms of cinematographic tools in order to bring one’s imagination to real life. The first step after writing the

  • A Summary Of The Black Panther And Black Panther

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    The new Marvel Movie, Black Panther, just hit the market and everyone is raving about it already. This movie hero from modern times shares the same qualities as a hero from the Greek times; the stories of heroes use the same concepts, just with different names and settings. For example, Odysseus from Homer’s epic poem the Odyssey, shares many characteristics with the Black Panther. The major difference between the two is that Odysseus is struggling to go back home while Black Panther is struggling

  • Kamen Rider Reflection

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    During the tokusatsu explosion of the 1970s, a variety of costumed superheroes and giant robots appeared across television screens in Japan where kids were guaranteed several shows a week detailing the exploits of their favorite heroes. From 'Ultraman ' and 'Kamen Rider ' to shows like 'Spectreman, ' 'Jumborg Ace ' and 'Fireman, ' the shows were a staple of 1970s Japanese youth and his continued to this day with many shows enjoying continued entries and a renewed fanbase. Director Junya Okabe

  • Empathy In Matt King's Masculinity In The Descendants

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    Throughout the past century, there has been a diversity of movies produced from romance, to action, to comedy, and to an endless variety of genres. Each film has a distinctive purpose within its plot to capture the audience’s interest. In 2011, an Oscar winning, comedy-drama film was released called The Descendants. This film displays the events of a husband, two daughters, and friends coping with an ill wife who unexpectedly suffers after a boating accident. While tending to the care of his wife

  • Inception Movie Review

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    The movie Inception was a very successful, original, big-budget, big-profit, thrilling sci-fi movie that was directed by the well-known Christopher Nolan. As it came out in 2010, it impressed a lot of people! Despite having released other amazing films, such as “The Dark Knight” and “Momento”, Chris Nolan really surprised his audience with the ingenious film Inception. The movie Inception represents an important point in the development history of the science-fiction genre! I agree with Josh Tyler

  • Iron Man Analysis

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    What can entrepreneurs learn from Iron Man? Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist, Iron Man aka Tony Stark seems to have it all. While Elon Musk, the real life Iron Man may have started very differently, and is well the very inspiration behind Robert Downey Jr. and Iron Man – many entrepreneurs take the superhero Iron Man to be their inspiration. Like he aptly told Captain America in the first Avengers series “I think I would just cut the wire,” Iron Man is sassy, confident, real and a true

  • Milton's Paradise Lost: What Defines A Superhero?

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    What defines a Superhero? (A psychological analysis of Satan as the presented Epic Hero in Milton’s Paradise Lost) With the Marvel movie Black Panther’s release this weekend in theaters, thoughts of superheroes are on everyone’s minds. What classifies a person as a superhero, or merely a hero? Often times, the media and Hollywood portray superheroes as people with special abilities that help them conquer evil. These superheroes are glorified and well-known among most of the world. Their popularity

  • Compare And Contrast Steve Jobs And Steve Jobs

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    Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, shares actually very many important characteristics with the Anglo-Saxon hero Beowulf in a subtle way, pretty contrary to popular belief. It’s particularly particularly weird to for the most part particularly say this, considering Beowulf essentially is a tall, very really strong hero, while Jobs really actually was a lanky, nerdy man, pretty contrary to popular belief. Even with these obvious contrasting observations, these two both share characteristics, including

  • Vendetta Vetta Hero

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    The typical American monomyth portrays the image of a superhero starting off a normal life, moving into a supernatural one and becoming an icon which people look up to. They fight off evil villians and so the country feels safe and secure. They “save the world”. This was Joseph Campbell’s opionion on what a superhero was. Nowadays, a superhero rescues a damsel in distress, he saves the world and falls inlove. The question people may ask is, is V in “V for Vendetta” a superhero or a villian. In

  • The Crow Film Analysis

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    Mise-en-scene Due to the comic book origin, the visual design of The Crow takes much of the comic book style. The film is shredded by the flashing changes, the choice of colors is specific, and movements are slowed or hastened. The bird, a crow, is the central figure in the film as is creates the set of every scene

  • Jewish Religion In Mel Gibson's The Passion Of Christ

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    n agendas? The answer to the previous question is an obvious one. Over the course of the last fifteen years a multitude of films have come out of Hollywood production studios which have raised interesting questions about the representations of other nations by the American film industry. Argo (2012) being one of the most controversial. The movie based on events which took place in 1979 looks at the take over of the United States embassy in Tehran by Iranian activists. The film that is starred in

  • Super Hero In The Incredibles

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    In the film the Incredibles is story about super-heroes Frozone, Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl we learn this in the prologue. Mr. Incredible who is vigilante hero, and when they make a couple of mistakes they sue after helping people who didn't ask for help the government has to pay the fines. The disgruntled superheroes had two choices, either live as a super-hero or go into hiding many choose to go into hiding. So, in act 1 Mr. Incredible AKA Bob Parr gets married and we see him fifteen years later

  • Importance Of Humour In Cinema

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    Introduction Spain is one of the few countries outside of America that makes a big impact on global cinema. Yet, Hispanic cinema has gained a high status everywhere and Hispanic directors are in high demand to produce films internationally ever since the death of Franco in 1975. Most of Spain’s films produced in the country are of Spanish origins such as ‘El espíritu de la Colmena’ and ‘Todo sobre mi Madre’. In this essay, one will discuss the use of black humour as social satire. One will discuss