In this new series, I'll be going through each hero in Marvel Champions to comment on the theming in their signature set of hero cards. I'll assess each of the different cards in the hero's kit and then give a rating on how well that card represents the character and their abilities. Finally, I'll give an overall theme rating for the hero. The ratings range from A-F. I'm not using an S-rating because that's typically used in power ratings. This list is simply commenting on the theme of the card. Additionally, the effectiveness of a card in play is not inherently related to how well it is themed, though there may be exceptions to this. This isn't meant as a strategy guide, but maybe it will help you enjoy the theming around these heroes more than you did before.
Marvel Champions 2-Year Retrospective
en the game was first announced, I'm not sure any of the players knew what was on the horizon. We've had a lot of fun surprises and a lot of great content. So, I'll touch on the big areas of the game so far and see what we can learn from our first two years of the game.
Fanta-Flix, Issue #3: Conan the Barbarian (1982)
edition to this list. So, I'm coming to this particular movie with very fresh eyes and very little bias. We'll see where that takes us..
Fanta-Flix, Issue #2: Willow (1988)
traditional medieval fantasy film. The result is a delightful tale that didn't impress the critics but wormed its way into the hearts of a generation.
Fanta-Flix, Issue #1: Masters of the Universe (1987)
Greetings! And welcome to a new series I'm starting titled: Fanta-Flix. In this series, I'll be taking a step back in time to re-visit classic fantasy films and see how they're holding up. You'll likely have heard of some of them, but maybe you'll discover a few gems along the way that you never got around to watching. So buckle-up and get ready to journey to the center of the universe as we tackle: Masters of the Universe.