It’s been about two years since the announcement of the project video game Avengers. The project teaser trailer was released in 2017 and the game is being worked on with the partnership with Square Enix and Marvel Entertainment. Today, Marvel Entertainment announced that the project video game Marvel’s Avengers will make an appearance this upcoming summer in E3 2019 at June 10th PM. E3 will begin in June 11th-13th.
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Whenever life fills us with bad news, always look for a silver lining. If you guys didn’t know, Marvel comics creator Stan Lee recently passed away yesterday. Stan Lee has worked with well known comic artists and help create characters like the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man and Black Panther. He is also well-known for being a cameo and appearing in random scenes in Marvel movies. This includes movies in the MCU (Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy and Dr. Strange), Fox Marvel (X-Men, Deadpool and Fantastic Four) and Sony (Venom, Sami Raimi Spider-Man and Marc Webb Amazing Spider-Man). Even though he is gone, it appears Stan Lee might make one more appearance in a Marvel movie in 2019. It’s reported by IGN that Stan Lee will appear in the upcoming Avengers 4 movie. It’s noted that they were able to film him before his passing and fans will be able to see him when the movie comes out. The Avengers 4 movie will be released in theaters on May 3rd, 2019.
Correct me if I am wrong or I missed something, but I am unsure if he’s going to be in Captain Marvel or Spider-Man: Far From Home movies.
Do you recall the news about Rurouni Kenshin Hokkaido Arc returning on June 4th? According to recent news, the manga is out of hiatus and returned to the Shonen Jump magazine in Japan; however, this did happen in America. According to Viz, English company in charge of releasing the Weekly Shonen Jump manga and magazine in America, they did not include Rurouni Kenshin Hokkaido Arc and they extended the hiatus. If you were wondering why didn’t Kenshin return in your digital magazine, Viz did not allow the manga to return and extended the hiatus meanwhile in Japan, it is back.
If did not watch the recent Avengers movie “Avengers: Infinity War”, do not read this part of this news. The following will have spoilers from this point. I will not go into depth, but this will your last warning.
If you think Tony Stark is a fictional character, you might be wrong because he did something unexpected today.
Revealed in a Twitter chat with Marvel, Robert Downy Jr (actor who plays as Tony Stark/Iron Man)had a fun-friendly chat with Marvel and ask if it’s possible to watch the upcoming Avengers movie “Avengers: Infinity War” earlier than expected. Surprisingly, they did! Rather than having the movie be released in theaters on May 4th, the movie will be on April 27th, a week earlier! Mark your calendars and cancel your plans!
According to Forbes, this is actually a good thing because this will give movies on May a chance to shine. On May, we have the sequel to Fox’s Marvel movie Deadpool 2 and a side story to the Star Wars Franchise, Solo: A Star Wars Story. Solo: A Star Wars Story is set to premier on theaters on May 25th. Deadpool 2 comes out on May 18th.
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Today is Friday and this weekend is special because not only we have the weekends but we also have Memorials Day on Monday May 25. Memorial Day is the special holiday where we remember the soldiers who died protecting out country and we give them thanks and honor. As a side note, tomorrow in Toonami, there won’t be any episodes of Attack on Titan, One Piece, Naruto Shippuden, or Sword Art Online II; instead, after Dragon Ball Z Kai we have a marathon of Kill la La.
- 12:00a: Dragon Ball Z Kai
- 12:30a: KILL la KILL – ‘I Want to Know More About You’
- 1:00a: KILL la KILL – ‘I’m Not Your Cute Woman’
- 1:30a: KILL la KILL – ‘Spit Your Sadness Away’
- 2:00a: KILL la KILL – ‘Crazy for You’
- 2:30a: KILL la KILL – ‘Ride Like the Wind’
- 3:00a: KILL la KILL – ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’
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