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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is somehow the best animal rights movie of the year

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’s two credits scenes, explained

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is the best Marvel movie in years

Marvel is in a rut

Quantumania’s post-credits scene gives us Marvel’s next big bad

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever unearthed deep colorism within Latino communities

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Wakanda Forever’s touching credits scene, explained 

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Marvel has a whole lot riding on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law: Power means letting female heroes take up space

Marvel’s villains are eclipsing its heroes

Thor: Love and Thunder’s post-credits scene is a big casting announcement

Underground hip-hop is banned in Egypt. Now, it’s the soundtrack to Marvel’s Moon Knight.

The Multiverse of Madness’s huge X-Men tease, explained

The Avengers aren’t friends, they’re coworkers

One of Multiverse of Madness’s 2 credits scenes is a huge casting announcement

Morbius sucks the fun out of the vampire story

Oscar Isaac gets to be a hero, dork, and Egyptian god in Moon Knight

The rise of the post-credits scene, explained 

5 big questions about Spider-Man: No Way Home’s game-changing ending 

Spider-Man: No Way Home’s two credits scenes feature a villain, a hero, and a broken multiverse

The big reveals in Eternals’ two post-credits scenes

Venom: Let There Be Carnage has a bombshell post-credits scene

Why Shang-Chi’s success matters — and why it shouldn’t

How Shang-Chi’s post-credits scenes shape the future of the MCU

Welcome to the bigger, bolder, and maybe overcrowded MCU

Black Widow gives the character a soul — several years too late

Black Widow’s post-credits scene sets the table for Florence Pugh and the MCU

Loki gives Marvel’s beloved villain a charming second chance

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier explores the modest, post-Endgame life of superheroes

WandaVision’s disappointing finale and the problem with demanding “justice” in fiction

WandaVision was great. But its finale left me cold.

WandaVision’s series finale sets up the future of Wanda and the MCU

Why WandaVision has become a lightning rod in pop culture discourse

WandaVision’s twist on Wanda Maximoff’s Scarlet Witch origin story, explained

How WandaVision is setting up Monica Rambeau’s superpowers

WandaVision’s big nod toward an MCU multiverse, explained

WandaVision’s comic book connections, explained

WandaVision is at its best when it gets weird

Can Captain America serve two dramatically different versions of America?

It’s a great time to be an X-Men fan (again)

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