Well, it has begun. 2018 and a new year for Marvel movie fans. With a new movie comes Superhero Movies and Writing series. The last one I did was Thor: Ragnorok (and yes, I did see Justice League. I just haven’t gotten around to doing a post on it yet). Now, we start off this new year with the enigmatic Black Panther.
Yes. I’m coming in with another book already. When I’m not writing, I’ll be reading for the most part. This one was short and written for a younger age group. After all of the reviews I’ve given which have been thumbs down, will I finally read a superhero novel that cuts the mustard or is it true that all these kinds of books are not good? My opinion right here, right now in the review of Justice League: Wings of War.
I said recently that I’m on a mission to read more in 2018. I’ve just completed my first book and I like to share with others my thoughts on the stories I’ve been losing myself in. This review is about a young team of mutants from the Marvel universe called Generation X.
I’m a married man and I’m having an affair. No. It’s not with another woman (don’t be silly). It’s with superhero novels. I’m attracted to them. I’m on a mission to grow my library of them to high proportions. How did it come to this, this obsession with amassing the largest superhero prose novel collection? Simple. I love me some superheroes because I love the good guy.
Opening weekend, I went to see Thor Ragnorok. I wasn’t expecting anything spectacular since I had seen several trailers. Then, I was shocked that Rotten Tomatoes gave it a 93%. What in the world was I missing. I bought my tickets, packed up the wifey, and went to find out.