Thank God it’s Friday! Welcome everyone another exciting day of Friday Funny. I hope everyone is staying warm in this fall month. We’re not in summer anymore, so put away the beach towels and cover up the swimming pool. I hope everyone had a good week and are ready for the weekend. Before we begin, let’s talk about what’s new and what to expect this weekend. Toonami just aired the last episode of the English Dub of Dragon Ball Super. The next anime joining Toonami is the second season of One-Punch Man and the anime premiere of Demon Slayer. Today is also the movie release of the classic cartoon The Addams Family. If you’re going to the movies to see Joker, be careful out there and avoid any suspicious people and take kids to see this rated R movie. As we are here in the last quarter of the year, let’s look back in the Marvel and DC comic book movies of this year. Marvel has been unleashing movies from Disney, Fox and Sony. Starting the year, we had the powerful superhero Captain Marvel. This movie shows her origin and how powerful she is across the galaxy. We had the huge cinematic crossover movie and epic conclusion to the Avengers, We had Avengers: Endgame where the Avengers must team up for one more battle and take down Thanos and undo his deeds and bring order to the galaxy. With Sony involved with Disney, we got a follow up story taking place after Endgame focusing on the young webslinger Spider-Man. In Spider-Man: Far From Home, Spider-Man learns the struggles of being a superhero and how tough it is be like Iron Man when he has to face off against some elemental villains. He also learns not everyone can be Iron Man after his encounter with Mysterio. In the Marvel Fox movies, we have Dark Phoenix. In Dark Phoenix, watch how the X-Men must face off against their deadliest foe, their own X-Men friend Jean Grey. DC may have two films this year, but they been enjoyable by fans. If Marvel’s Captain Marvel wasn’t good, how about DC’s version of Captain Marvel, Shazam. In Shazam! watch how a young kid inherits magical powers bestowed by a wizard and how great power comes great responsibility. Last but not least, we Joker. Taking place in a fictional but realistic world of Gotham, watch as one man loses his mind after feeling outcasted and oppressed by society. Joker shows us that life is a joke and you might as well make it a show. What movies did you enjoy the most and what was your least favorite?
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To end this post, here is a round up of Marvel and DC comics movie trailers:
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