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This site is under construction. This will be the home of the PopCultureCast as well as the home for all of the videos that appeared under the Comic Nerds United brand. Now it's all pop culture, son. Enjoy.
As I mentioned in the previous post about the lack of updates on this here site, I just wanted to let you guys know that I'm nearing a major milestone in my YouTube career that I'm quite excited for. That's right, I'm about to hit 1,000 subscribers. Now I know to a lot of people that's not much, especially when there's people out there with millions of subs. To me, this is important because it goes to show that my content is connecting with people. For whatever reason, more and more people are hopping on the PCC train and I couldn't be happier about it. I started my channel back on April 3, 2007. Up until about April of this year, I only had about 350 subs. In 3 months, my subscriber count has exploded (relatively speaking). As of right now, I'm at 956. I attribute this completely to just being more consistent. I have a regular upload schedule now that I haven't missed in months. I try my hardest to reply to every comment left on my videos.…
Part 1 of our beginner's guide to understanding the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This week we break down rights issues and who is and isn't included in the MCU. It may be a little confusing, but we're here to help.
It's been 10 years in the making. The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has been building to Avengers: Infinity War since 2008 when Robert Downey Jr. first suited up in the Iron Man armor. Since then, countless other heroes and villains have been introduced across 18 films. Marvel Studios has managed to do what other companies are trying unsuccessfully to emulate; creating a shared Cinematic Universe. With Infinity War, the entire Marvel Universe collides in the ultimate battle. Intergalactic baddie, Thanos, is seeking the infinity stones in an effort to balance the universe. The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy and other heroes must assemble to try to prevent the death of half of the universe.This is a film that is hard to talk about without getting into spoiler territory so we're going to be intentionally vague.
This movie lives up to the hype. There's a reason why it's the biggest film opening in history. Having earned their wings on Captain America: The Winter Soldier…