While we all know that Sony’s upcoming Venom movie will be entirely separate from Disney’s established MCU, it’s still fun to think about what could have been. So, for this post I just want to take a moment to explain just how easily it would have been to incorporate Venom into the MCU based on what we know from Infinity War and what we’ve seen from the Venom trailers.
Fans of the MCU have been excitedly waiting for the first trailer for the upcoming super-hero flick, Captain Marvel. We were teased with the possibility of a trailer earlier this month when actress Brie Larson claimed she wanted to “break the internet,” via a tweet to Entertainment Weekly. Many assumed that they might release the trailer then, but, instead, we were shown some very interesting images which varied from a group of Skrull’s walking across a beach, to a young Samuel Jackson who looked as though he was pulled straight out of Juice, to an image that finally showed us Captain Marvel fully clad in her standard uniform of red, blue, and gold. Many speculated that, with these images released, that a trailer would soon follow - and that assumption was correct.
As we reach the halfway point of Doomsday Clock we’re gifted the opportunity to spend some time with some more familiar faces of the DC Universe, as the villains of Gotham (and other cities) gather to discuss the “Supermen Theory” and the effect it’s having on the supervillain community. In addition to that, this chapter serves to provide us with some insight on the heinous Dynamic Duo, Marionette and Mime.
The Fold tells the story of Leland "Mike" Erikson, a simple high-school teacher from New England. Except he's anything but simple. Mike holds a genius level IQ, and when coupled with his eidetic (photographic) memory, he's more often than not the smartest person in any given room. While he's always preferred a simple life, his world is changed forever when his friends asks him to take on the role of a consultant for a special project known as the "Albuquerque Door."