So far for ‘Infinity Week’ (I’m being rather generous with that title, as this has very much not been a Monday to Friday affair), we’ve had a review of Avengers: Infinity War, as well as a character bio for Thanos, done in our new bio-style (I’ll update older bios when I can). We came to the main event yesterday with our comic-book breakdown of Jim Starlin’s Infinity Gauntlet, the comic book that loosely inspired the events of the film.
And now, to cap things off, I’ve got a little bit of extra reading for you, if you desire it.
As I’ve mentioned on the ‘About page’, I also write for a couple of other sites, namely VultureHound and Cultured Vultures. While I have written a special Marvel focused piece for VH, for the moment, it’s unavailable until it’s decided whether or not it’ll feature in the next issue of their magazine. Until then, however, I have not one, but two features from Cultured Vultures to keep you busy.
Countdown To Infinity War: 5 Best MCU Movies To Date
First up, here’s my article from last week, which was a countdown of the best Marvel Cinematic Universe movies so far. Conveniently, I realised as I was writing that it also worked as a ‘what you need to watch to catch up’ sort of thing, so if you’re one of those people who wants to watch Infinity War, but hasn’t done the recommending viewing beforehand, check it out here!
Infinity Gems – 6 Best Moments From Avengers: Infinity War
This one’s my personal favourite of the two, as I just had so much fun writing it. I’d seen the movie twice at this point, and trying to write a cohesive feature that didn’t descend into fanboy rambling was a bit of a challenge – but I think I pulled it off.
Beware, however, that if you haven’t seen the film yet, this second post features a heck of a lot of spoilers, so enter at your own risk.
For those of you who have seen it however, the article ends with a poll, so you can make your favourite moment known too. You can check this one out here!
That’s all for now, I hope you’ve enjoyed Infinity Week; I’ll see you again next week, as we make a start on a new (but related) theme.