In Which Lauren & Sarah Reluctantly Watch “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice”

With Suicide Squad getting ready to release next month and DC dropping the trailers for both Wonder Woman and Justice League last week at Comic-Con, we (Sarah and Lauren) decided it was finally time to pull the trigger on Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. While in theory we would be all about a new Batman and Superman movie that also introduces Wonder […]

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10 Questions About Civil War That May Never Be Answered

WARNING: Spoilers for Captain America: Civil War, Agent Carter, Ant-Man, and Avengers: Age of Ultron ahead. Proceed at your own risk. Like many of you, we saw Captain America: Civil War on opening weekend, and haven’t stopped discussing it since. While the internet is abuzz with speculation about the big questions raised by Civil War’s somewhat open ending […]

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Five by Friday: Top Five Marvel Villains

Welcome to Five by Friday!  Join us in the comments or on your own blog–we’ve even provided a graphic for you, which you can either save to your own space or link from tinypic using the following HTML code: <a href=”http://avengingforce.com”><img src=”http://i59.tinypic.com/2d9318w.jpg”><*/a> Just remove the asterisks, and you’re all set!  Sarah 5. Dr. Doom 4. Mystique 3. Loki […]

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The Spider-Man That Could Have Been

I love Spider-Man. Though I possess an intense hatred for arachnids, I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for the superhero their radioactive bite produced. There’s just something about Spider-Man — and specifically Peter Parker — that is undeniably endearing. I’ll always be a fan of his quips and nerdy sense of humor, of his sense of bravery […]

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The Sorting Hat: Civil War Avengers

Welcome to the third installation of The Sorting Hat! This series was created because we enjoy imagining what would happen if characters from other fandoms were starting their first year at Hogwarts and needed to be sorted into the four houses. Sometimes it’s easy to sort someone, and other times (as you’ll see below) it takes compromise and campaigning. […]

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