My Version of Episode IX: The Newest Poster and Title Revealed

If you follow my blog you may know that for a while now I have been sharing my fan fiction with you all. If not, let me give you a quick rundown.

A few months ago I came up with the bright idea to make my own version of The Last Jedi, and I did. I started writing it in mid-January and I didn’t finish until mid-March and even though it was an arduous exercise I had to keep going. Hence, I’m making My Own Version of Episode IX.

Because it is my own version I, with the help of my wonderful sister, am creating my own marketing of sorts surrounding the story with poster reveals and now, in this post I am revealing the title.

Once again, this is just my version of the story so don’t believe the title is the actual name for the actual film because it isn’t. If you missed the teaser poster here it is.

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These Are the Rotten Tomatoes Scores for the Movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe; from Worst to Best

Yesterday, while watching the Michigan State vs. Duke game (yes, Duke lost!!! Woo!) I went to Rotten Tomatoes and started looking at all of the Rotten Tomatoes scores for every single Marvel movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and I had a blast.

First off, I was super excited (and actually kind of surprised) to see that there hasn’t been a single MCU film that has received a rotten score on Rotten Tomatoes. Wow! That’s impressive. And while there are movies that are clearly better than others it’s very interesting seeing which films, according to Rotten Tomatoes, reign supreme.

Enjoy!

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A Six-Year Poster Evolution: Nebula

Nebula is one of the coolest characters in the MCU because her role in the franchise has increased over time. In Guardians of the Galaxy she seemed like a simple villain but it soon became apparent that Nebula would turn out to be way more important than first conceived. Now she’s on a mission to avenge her sister, making her one of the characters I’m most excited to see in Avengers: Endgame.

So, in preparation for her role in Endgame, here are her posters.

Guardians of the Galaxy

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First off, I am utterly astounded to see that Nebula has her own character poster for Guardians of the Galaxy. And it’s a cool poster too. We get a full-length look at her awesome purple outfit (I love purple) and with the swords, it’s immediately clear that she is a warrior. Great poster!

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