Tag: Marvel Comics
This Day in Pop Culture for May 10
Who knew that both Batman and The Hulk were “born” in this month?
This Day in Pop Culture for April 28
1995: National Superhero Day The origin of National Superhero Day is somewhat of a legend although it is agreed upon that the first was held on this day in 1995 when a few employees from Marvel Comics interviewed a group of children and asked them what superpowers they would like to have. Today though, people…
This Day in Pop Culture for March 8
Movies featuring a scream queen and a female superhero were both released in theaters on this day in pop culture history.
This Day in Pop Culture for March 1
1872: The First National Park It was on this day in 1872 that Yellowstone not only became the first national park of the United States, it became the first national park in the world. Spanning an area of 3,468.4 square miles, Yellowstone is so big, it resides in three states: Wyoming (mostly), Montana and Idaho.…
‘Avengers: Endgame’ Finishes On a High Note
As a family-friendly film, Endgame shares important messages about the importance of family, friendship, forgiveness, sacrifice, looking out for others and on and on and on.
‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ has a Strong Message for Families
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is one of the weirdest movies that I have ever seen and I loved every minute of it.