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Omniplex Avengers Double Bill

It’s almost time for the end of the Infinity Saga, as Avengers: Endgame releases in Ireland from midnight tonight. Omniplex Cinemas are doing a hefty Avengers double bill from 8pm on Wednesday 24th. After a quick break, this leads into the screening of Avengers: Endgame. Check out the Omniplex website to check availability in your […]

Spider-Man Far From Home Trailer Swings In

The newest iteration of Spider-Man has been received well, with Tom Holland embodying the school attending web-head perfectly. A shared partnership between Sony and Marvel Studios, Spider-Man has appeared in both solo and MCU films. With his current status unknown from the events of Avengers: Infinity War, his next solo outing comes out in July […]

The Punisher Will Return In January

Frank Castle will return to inflict his gritty and brutal style of justice on January 18th. The Punisher’s second season has the following plot synopsis: Former marine-turned-vigilante Frank Castle has been living a quiet life on the road until he suddenly becomes embroiled in the attempted murder of a young girl (Giorgia Whigham). As he […]

Groot And Rocket Series Reportedly Planned

With Disney’s streaming service Disney+, being launched in late 2019, there are several rumoured series for the service. News comes via The Hashtag Show, that a possible show based on Groot and Rocket is being planned. The Guardians of the Galaxy alumni are certainly rife with possibilities for space adventures. With a rich history of […]

Deadpool 2 Submitted For 15 Oscar Categories

Many are hopeful that Marvel’s Black Panther will reach the Oscars this year. However, it’s not the only Marvel-related Oscar-hopeful. 20th Century Fox is submitting Deadpool 2 to the Oscars for not one, not two – but fifteen Oscar categories. Check out the full list of submissions! Best Picture (Simon Kinberg, Ryan Reynolds, Lauren Shuler Donner) Best […]

Stan Lee’s 3 Most Iconic Creations

With the sad passing of comicbook legend Stan Lee on Monday, I’d be remiss not to revisit some of his work in today’s Backlog. I was going to cover Rick Remender’s run on Fantastic Four and the end of Dan Slott’s run on The Amazing Spider-Man so it won’t be a massive jump from the original plan. It’s kinda strange to think that […]
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