Yes, the Avengers: Infinity War Deaths Were Permanent & Real (and they also weren’t what you think)

The end of Avengers: Infinity War (and the subsequent post-credits scene for Ant-Man & The Wasp) provided the single biggest shock of any comic book movie – yes, even bigger than that weird dream-type ending that we got in The Dark Knight Rises.  I’d like to discuss my theory for Avengers: Endgame, and how I would write this if Marvel gave me the pen.  While I doubt that events will unfold this way (a more likely scenario will be a solution involving some kind of BS time travel thing), I would create what would probably be a very different movie. Continue reading “Yes, the Avengers: Infinity War Deaths Were Permanent & Real (and they also weren’t what you think)”

Guestblog: Ian Yarrington ComicBooked.com

I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, a den for everything comic book related, and of course that meant that I fell in love with everything comic book related.  I remember watching Batman and X-Men cartoons on TV, sprinkled in between classics like GI Joe, Transformers, and Thundercats.  As time has gone by our culture along with the quality and quantity of product has grown to extraordinary proportions, and I’m more than grateful to have a small part in all of this growth.  I absolutely love indie creators and the passion they show for their product; it’s unmatched in any other industry and it pumps me up to see others so passionate about their comics.  Often times indie creators are overlooked and under appreciated in the comic industry, so it’s my mission to shine a light on them and get their message out to the public. Continue reading “Guestblog: Ian Yarrington ComicBooked.com”