In this She-Fi podcast, we review Logan. Logan had a very different tone than all other X-men movies. It was a great character study on Wolverine, Professor X, and Laura (a.k.a. X-23), and their relationship dynamics. We discuss whether we think it’s Oscar worthy, and share our sentiments about Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart’s last […]
Tag: Stan Lee
If you’re reading this, you’re probably someone who’s pretty into fandom. And if you’re like me, you get almost irrationally attached to your favorite protagonists. I’ve even been known to lose sleep worrying about the fates of my favorite characters. But these stories we love so much are more than just distractions. More than escapism. […]
Like many of our readers, I saw Doctor Strange last week, and really enjoyed it for a number of reasons. Most of them have to do with the fact that Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is very different, as a superhero protagonist, from what we’ve seen in previous Marvel movies (although to be honest, I really […]
In this video, Sarah and Aimee beam themselves over to the San Diego Comic-Con! This video features incredible cosplay costumes and other cool stuff!
The San Diego Comic-Con has come to an end, along with all its cosplay glory, but we can still relish in our favorite moments. Here are 9 of mine: 9.) Seeing Jon Snow check his i-phone. Westeros, known for its horse and buggies, Valyrian swords, and medieval castles; doesn’t have much […]
There are a lot of great things about New York City. The restaurants, the nightlife, the fact that the headquarters of Marvel Comics is there. Which means that those of us who live in the area might get to rub elbows with some Marvel folks once in a while. On Tuesday night, I was lucky enough to […]
This video is about She-Fi, and what She-Fi has to offer, featuring clips from some of our favorite videos.
In this episode of the She-Fi podcast, we review X-Men Apocalypse. This movie really brought out the relationship dynamics between the characters, revealing their strengths and flaws. They portray the characters as a family that’s much stronger when they work together to take on the issues and enemies that antagonize them.
So as I’m sure you’ve heard by now, Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 (written by Nick Spencer, artwork by Jesus Saiz) had a HUUUGE reveal this week that basically broke the internet. By the end of the issue, it looks like Cap has been a secret HYRDA agent all along! And people are FREAKING OUT! […]
In this She-Fi Funny, Sarah and Aimee have their own Civil War. The motivation for this great divide is not the issue of registration, like in the movie, Captain America Civil War, but an issue of a grander scale: what’s better, peanut butter or jelly?