Çarşamba, 7 Aralık 2022
Çarşamba, Aralık 7, 2022
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⚡️ Thor: Love and Thunder, South Park, Princess Diana

What do we think of the movie Thor: Love and Thunder? What does İrem Yıldırım admire? What is going on in popular culture these days this week?

Stüdyo: Marvel

Bienvenue to the fourth issue of Fanon, which brings fanzine culture to digital and loves to talk about popular culture! 💥 Let me be honest today: I love watching Marvel movies at the cinema. It feels amazing to watch superheroes destroy the city and then celebrate, or go through an existential crisis despite all that power. Anyway, a young woman who has spent at least the last 10 years in Turkey definitely can find her escape here.

The chosen "guilty-pleasure" of today will refer to my love towards Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it will be about how I've been enjoying it since 2012. 

Thor's new movie, Love and Thunder, was released in the theaters three weeks ago. I, however, bought my ticket just as I got back to the city, then sat in the familiar red seat that was reserved for me yesterday, and I was a little upset because the no trailer was shown before the movie began.

🎫 A bit of a nostalgia: 5 years have passed since Taika Waititi's Thor: Ragnarok hit the theaters in 2017. It was the first movie that has managed to capture my heart of the Thor series. To commemorate this feeling a little today, I wanted to ask "How has it been this long?", and review Thor: Love and Thunder in light of all this. You can scroll down for an article full of spoilers. Oh and also, I dislike Zeus. Very much indeed.

⚡️ Thor: Love and Thunder
🧷 Design: Alara Demirel

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