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“What is a Thanos? Death is a girl? Why is everyone after skittle colored jewels??? THERE’S 18 MOVIES????”
18 movies, 6 different Netflix series & 3 tv shows to be exact. To call Marvel’s Universe big is a severe understatement. It’s massive. And everything has been leading towards the very reason you came to this post. Thanos. The Infinity Stones. THE Infinity War.
By now most of your cooler friends are bouncing off walls with pure excitement for Marvel’s upcoming 19th (which is insane, btw) full length film over the course of 10 years. And hey, you’re cool. Hip, even. But you’ve only seen a handful of those movies and feel out the loop. With more than a month to go, there’s certainly enough time to simply watch all 18 movies if you can carve out about 31 hours of your life. However, there’s still Agent Carter, Shield, Netflix…
Agent Carter – 2 Seasons = 18 Eps.
Agents of Shield – 5 Seasons* = 100 Eps*
InHumans – Who cares.
Daredevil – 2 Seasons = 26 Eps
Jessica Jones – 2 Seasons = 26 Eps
Luke Cage – 1 Season = 13 Eps
Iron Fist – 1 Season = 13 Eps
The Defenders – 1 Season = 8 Eps
The Punisher – 1 Season = 13 Eps
You read that and panicked. I know. Don’t worry, this IS a cheatsheet afterall, so don’t expect to watch even half of that list. Infact, you aren’t watching ANY of the tv or netflix series. Feeling a little better so far? Good. We’re focusing on just the MOVIES. And to be even more specific, the movies with Infinity Stones in them or have a substantial role in the overall storyline. That way you aren’t completely lost April 27th when Infinity War drops. Take a look below:
We cut 18 films down to 10*. 11 if you watch Thor 2. If you start today and watch 2 movies a week, you’d be done by April 14th/15th -ish. That leaves you more than a week to decompress from all the info, easter eggs, etc you’ve just taken in over a month. And if you want to, you can even double back and catch the other films you skipped. Speaking of the other films, there will be links below to 4 min summaries of each. Watch them in the correct order of the chart above so everything still flows correctly.
Fall is my favorite time of the year for a number of reasons. Most of my favorite shows are back, NFL/NBA, halloween, hoodies and ofcourse, Comic Con. This weekend at the Javits Center didn’t disappoint. In the 3 years that I’ve managed to go, it never has. Free stuff, custom artwork, panels on your favorite shows/games, collectibles, behind the scene look at things to come, full blown escape rooms, you name it. There wasn’t even enough time to cover it all. Yet somehow, I’m still exhausted.
If you haven’t gone before, I strongly suggest you make atleast 1 visit. It’s beyond worth it. And then, there’s the cosplay. Half the time you’re too busy just admiring the amazing effort some people put into their costumes that you’ll forget to take a photo. I’m talking from experience. Regardless, if you couldn’t make it out this year, I took as many photos as possible to share the experience. Enjoy!
Curated by @Copastetik, the Super Console Drive’s aim was to create a fun atmosphere for both kids and adults alike with the idea of giving back being at the forefront. All proceeds from the entire event went towards the library in P.S. 154 here in NYC. It featured prixes, catered food from Chefin’ While Black, Game Trivia from The Colton Show and a LIMITED edition Toy Sldrs x Street Fighter tee for sale. Check out a few pics below if you weren’t able to make it. Hope to see you at the next one!
On the last installment of Bushwick Street Art, I showed you a lot of work found via the JMZ Walls Collective. But, as I also mentioned, there are other groups keep things vibrant around the Borough.
Enter the Bushwick Art Collective. Started accidentally by Joseph Ficalora, the project sort’ve came into fruition after Ficalora began inviting artists to paint walls within the area as long as they followed a few simple rules:
1. Nothing offensive to children, women or the local businesses walls they were allowed to paint on.
2. No politics.
3. No one is paid for the work. The artists donate their own supplies and time, and the building owners donate their wall space.
From there, it took off to what you see today. Artists from all over the world have made their way to Bushwick for the chance to showcase their work on a wall within the city. Interested in checking it out? Head on over to Troutman Street and St. Nicholas Avenue. Or for those familiar with the L line, get off on Jefferson St. and simply walk around. The pieces are everywhere. Enjoy the photos!