Speaking of Internet relic from the past (like Internet Explorer), Marvel recently has come out with a perfect tribute to the era of Web 1.0. It comes in the form of the official website for its upcoming movie, Captain Marvel.
While that might sound weird for a movie that is going to be released in 2019, it fits very well for Captain Marvel. This is because the movie itself is set in the 1990s which is the time where the World Wide Web was still in its infancy and most websites featured rudimentary designs.
In fact, Marvel’s Director of Software Engineering, Lori Lombert has tweeted that the Captain Marvel’s website was created using Microsoft FrontPage which is a popular HTML editor back in the day. Not only that, she also stated that the site is hosted on Angelfire which is one of the staple destinations for web users back in the 1990s.
We are not sure if those remarks were serious or just a light-hearted comment since FrontPage itself has been discontinued years ago although Angelfire is still around though. Nevertheless, the site does look the part though and a great tie-in to the movie which will be released in Malaysia in early March.