The Marvel Cinematic Universe is over 20 movies long with a dozen TV shows and miniseries to its name. It’s about to finish its third “phase” and move into a new one. But Phase One still is and probably will remain my favorite phase.
This wasn’t the podcast I was planning to do, and it’s one of the hardest I’ve had to record, but I feel it’s important.
For the last decade, people have been saying DC should make movies the way Marvel makes them. But shouldn’t DC do things their own way, the way that’s worked for them for almost 80 years?
“Avengers: Infinity War” is a phenomenally successful movie, the pinnacle of expanded cinematic universe efforts. But, narratively speaking, there are some problems with it. Part 1 of this episode deals with how Marvel Studios could have led up to the movie, and Part 2 covers changes they could have made to the movie itself.