Digital Mini Reviews | A Marvel Dose of Villainy

Hi there!

Sometimes you have to wonder if villains could really be the protagonist of their own stories. Their existence is often the byproduct of their archnemesis and stories that focus on them simply seem strange in their own way. Unless it’s in the right hands. 😉


This feature, published at an undetermined frequency (weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, who knows), will present a couple of mini reviews on anything that isn’t in a physical format that I own (ebooks, comic books, TV series or movies).

Click on the covers to be redirected to their Goodreads/IMDB page!
Anything presented in this feature doesn’t necessarily mean that it won’t get a full-review treatment in the future. That will entirely depend on how much I loved it, how interested you are in hearing more on it, and how much I have to still say about it! 🤣

You can find out more by visiting me over on my blog here:

Roars & Echoes.

TILL NEXT TIME,

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10 thoughts on “Digital Mini Reviews | A Marvel Dose of Villainy

  1. Well, it’s kind of sad how all these villains were disappointing. I only read Vote Loki myself, but have since gifted it to a friend for visual references for the Loki show. Pretty sure I gave it a similar rating to you, on top of me not having been a fan of the style. I much more preferred his random Valentine’s Day cameo in Ms Marvel haha

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  2. I think Loki is a great character and one I’d love to see in his own stories, but I just wasn’t in any way drawn to the description of Vote Loki. Sometimes my initial gut instincts are completely wrong, but based on your thoughts perhaps I’ll trust them this time around. Wow, it looks like none of the others really appealed to you, either, with the mediocrity of Magneto rising slightly above the rest. That’s quite an endorsement, eh? 🙂 Thankfully these are all digital, so they won’t clutter that new home of yours.

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