#198 – Captain Marvel and Finding Perspective

#198 – Captain Marvel and Finding Perspective

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

The Marvel Cinematic Universe cruises right along with another great character addition. Captain Marvel is a film that, like many other films over the past few years featuring female leads in big franchises, garnered a lot of attention before the first person even saw the film. We talk about where that controversy came from along with our impressions of what this film actually did– both for us as fans and for the MCU.

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This episode’s panel included Hannah Lorence and Natalie Atwell:

Hannah Lorence (@hannitachula)

Natalie Atwell (@NatAtwell)

Podcast Notes and Links:
Reel World Theology Discussion Group
Captain Marvel at IMDB
Captain Marvel at Rotten Tomatoes
Captain Marvel at Metacritic
Captain Marvel: Blessed Assurance at Reel World Theology
Captain Marvel‘s Care for the Refugees at Think Christian
Captain Marvel and the Importance of Telling Female Hero Stories at Christ and Pop Culture
Behold Your Queen: The Real Conflict in Captain Marvel at Desiring God
A Desiring God Writer is Mad Captain Marvel Had the Audacity to Make a Woman a Hero at Relevant

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