From beginning to end, Spider-Man: Far From Home is a total delight. It builds on what made Homecoming so enjoyable and has an impact on the MCU in a way that few solo films ever do.
Is Brightburn a dark twist on the Superman mythos, a spirited parody of the DCEU or a slasher film with a psycho super-boy as the killer? Try all of the above.
Venom is weird as hell and had it embraced that weirdness only a little more, it could have been something really unique among today’s usual superhero fare.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is a fun comic book adventure, a hilarious and awkward high school comedy, and an interesting experiment for sharing characters and building continuity.
San Diego Comic-Con just released their schedules for Preview Night and Thursday! There are plenty of panels to choose from and you may wind up a bit cross-eyed trying to get through it all. So we’ve sifted through the packed schedule and pulled out what we feel may be some of the “not-to-be-missed” panels of the […]
Finally, Warner Bros.’ Man of Steel sequel has an official title – Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. It’s accompanied by the official logo, above. Thoughts? (via Variety) Unfortunately, this news comes only hours after The Mary Sue‘s Alan Kistler brought some very disparaging comments from Man of Steel and Batman V Superman: Dawn of […]
The Kabooooom staff may all love pop culture, but we all have different tastes. In Kabooooom! Hangouts, a new ongoing discussion feature, we bring together our different points of view and talk about the today’s hottest comics, television shows and movies. The end result is an opinionated, informative, thought-provoking and – hopefully – amusing conversation. […]
When The Amazing Spider-Man released in 2012 it was a solid start for the new superhero franchise, but it suffered by choosing to again rehash Spider-Man’s origin which kept the film firmly in the shadow of the previous trilogy. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 doesn’t suffer this same comparison. Director Marc Webb presents a different enough […]