The third entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe introduced Whiplash played by Mickey Rourke. But how does he fit the film and the overall series?
Michael Lee explains how Marvel's second entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe demonstrates the strengths of the studio's approach to movies and some of its weaknesses.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase One reaches its conclusion with 'The Avengers'. Marvel Studios brings back an old friend in Loki the God of Mischief.
A legendary Marvel Supervillain makes his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. How does he stack up with the other antagonists in the MCU?
It took Marvel four movies but finally we come to the supervillain that set the standard for the MCU. Loki god of mischief makes his debut in Thor.
As the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues, the studio returns to the hero who started it all. But who will they get to replace the Iron Monger?
Marvel broke new ground with the first film. Now let's take a look at the second film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and see how they handled the villain.
With so many comic book adaptations out there it's time to seriously re-examine the supervillain and discover how best to use them in our stories.
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU from here on out) is arguably the most financially successful, audience-pleasing shared universe in film history, its shortcomings present significant challenges to the quality of its individual media components and to the longevity of the collective franchise. Unlike our previous, wide-ranging looks at the continuities...