Kamala Khan, the first Muslim character to star in her own comic book series from Marvel Comics, is back in an all new, coming of age, marvelously titled: The Magnificent Ms. Marvel!
The latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe has hit theater screens, but is ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ worth shrinking your wallet for? Minor spoilers ahead in this review!
The most eagerly anticipated pop culture film of the last 10 years is here! Biff Bam Pop’s stable of comic book and MCU aficionados has a litany of Avengers: Infinity War desires. What are they and which ones will we get? Read on for our pure, unadulterated, speculative, geek-out wish list!
Read up on the comic book series that birthed the title of this decade’s most anticipated film! Best of all? This “war” will only cost you a buck!
Setting aside my sense of consumerist nihilism for a moment, Infinity Countdown Prime #1, a one-shot prequel to a new miniseries out next month, does sound like a lot of fun!
A week before the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster, Captain America: Civil War, was triumphantly released into cinemas around the globe, Biff Bam Pop! staffers Jim Knipp, Justin Mohareb, Glenn … Continue reading Revisited: CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Easter Egg Wants
Captain America: Civil War, perhaps the most eagerly anticipated film of the year, is days away from dropping. The trailers for the film have been absolutely astounding; the build up … Continue reading Countdown To Civil War: CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Easter Egg Wants
Warning: The following article contains justifications, backronyms, and head-canon. Reader discretion is advised. The moment when the scales fell from my eyes was about midway in the first Iron Man (2008) … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s It’s All Connected: Dropping The S.H.I.E.L.D. Reveals Questions
Captain America is a symbol, and Steve Rogers is an ideal. The former is the manifestation of the best that the United States of America can be, and the latter … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s It’s All Connected – Just a Kid from Brooklyn: Captain America, American Memories of World War II, and the MCU, Part I
Ten years ago, we didn’t have cinematic universes. We had franchises, and every studio dreamt of them, even though what they dreamt of would usually peter out after a trilogy. … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s It’s All Connected: Cinematic Universes All The Way Down