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New Captain Marvel: Alien Nation Video Released

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Recently, Marvel has been putting out some rather informative and entertaining videos hyping up new releases, one example of which was the first in the line of “Captain Marvel: Alien Nation” promos that blended motion comics with music and narration. So, if you enjoyed the previous offering, you’ll probably be pleased to know that another has found its way online as to celebrate the release of The Mighty Captain Marvel #2.

In it, writer Margaret Stohl and editor Sana Amanat walk us through the finer aspects of the story, while avoiding major spoilers. Needless to say, this issue offers up a multifaceted experience. Not only does it squarely place the focus on a strong female lead, but it also addresses how Carol Danvers helps pay Alpha Flight’s bills: By having her own TV show. Now that’s something you don’t see in every superhero comic, eh?

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New Captain Marvel Featurette Takes Us To A “Wild City”

18 January 2017 12:10 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

In order to celebrate its new series, The Mighty Captain Marvel, the House of Ideas has just released a cool new video bringing readers up to speed in a matter of minutes. Somewhat similar to its Marvel 101 web series, this “Alien Nation” clip is a bit more entertaining in its presentation as writer Margaret Stohl (Black Widow: Forever Red, Black Widow: Red Vengeance) and editor Sana Amanat sum up the history of Captain Marvel in a nutshell – and we’re not just talking about Carol Danvers.

Although, considering she’s getting her first feature film starring Brie Larson in the not too distant future, Carol is understandably the primary focus here. Aside from the usual round of superheroics, it should be quite interesting to see how Stohl adapts her to living in a post-Civil War II world.

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Bright offers new photos of an Elven Edgar Ramirez

3 January 2017 11:26 AM, PST | | See recent JoBlo news »

Man, I've been championing Netflix's new urban-fantasy film Bright since I first heard it announced. While the plot "End Of Watch meets Lord Of The Rings where a seasoned human cop must partner up with the city's first Orc on the force" sounds like a fantasy version of Alien Nation, I still think it sounds awesome. I mean, what's wrong with Alien Nation?... Read More »

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