S4E16: Marvel Studios ECHO Review

ECHO REVIEW! Today we are reviewing Marvel Studios’ latest show and the first under the Spotlight banner– ECHO. All episodes of Echo are now streaming on Disney+ and Hulu. Note: to access the show on Disney+ you need to enable mature content.

NOTE: ECHO is NOT for children. This episode may contain things not suitable for little ears.

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ECHO Review

Marvel Studios ECHO Review

Echo packed a lot into 5 episodes (our only complaint really– we wanted more!) from Maya’a backstory to cultural significance and of course some bad*ss fighting. We breakdown what we loved about this series…which may have included some fangirling over Cody Lightning’s Biscuits. But it also meant discussing creative sound usage, hand-to-hand combat, and the acting prowess of both Alaqua and Vincent.


About Echo

After the events of Hawkeye, Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox) is being pursued by Kingpin’s (Vincent D’Onofrio) criminal empire. On the run and injured, Maya makes her way home where she must confront the family she and her father left behind. While there she also begins to feel a draw to the past and the legacy of her Choctaw heritage. However, it isn’t long before Fisk’s men catch up to her, pulling her family and the town into the war she started.

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