Big Hero 2 + 4: Disney reinvents a Marvel franchise

“Big Hero 2 + 4” is probably a more accurate title as the simple story focuses a boy and his robot, while the other 4 heroes kind of fall into the background. Still, Big Hero 6 is a strong showing from Disney and a good break from the Marvel Studio’s shared universe, rebuilding the comic source material into what could end up being a superior franchise.

Big Hero 6 trailer: Disney does Marvel superheroes

You may not be familiar with Big Hero 6, a 3D computer-animated superhero film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and based on the Marvel Comics title of the same name. I know I wasn’t, but after watching Disney’s Wreck It Ralph over and over and over again, I’m super excited about this film. Set in a…

Captain America: The Winter Soldier promo

NerdyCool podcast 002: The Trials of Captain America

Okay, so the second episode of the NerdyCool podcast is technically the first episode. (You see, we weren’t going to publish the TMNT ‘beta test’ episode, but then Antuan posted it anyway, which threw the numbers off… just try not to think too hard about it.) This week, Antuan, Brian, and Clayton — the ABC Connection —…