In the far flung future of a decade or so from now, where Marvel throws a money avalanche at Fox to get access to the cinematic rights for their Mutant superheroes, we’ll probably get a pretty fun Avengers and X-Men crossover. For now, though. we’ll have to make do with this delightful fan-made mash-up.
Sift through your memory banks through the founding members of the Avengers. Pick out the one who wound up living the most screwed-up life. A no-prize to everyone who chose Hank Pym. The first Ant-Man returns to Earth this week, more powerful and creepy than he used to be.
Now that Civil War is out of the way, Marvel’s assortment of stars and the Russo brothers can now focus on their next big task at hand: spending the next few years talking about Infinity War. Here’s a sneak peak of what’s to come for the next few years of Marvel talking heads.
I got a bunch of big questions this week: What’s next for Star Wars after Episode IX? Why has The Flash TV series gotten so dumb? And what happens when someone points out the Avengers are also probably murderers? Big answers to follow!
“I was so beaten down by the process.” “I [came] off of it feeling like a miserable failure.” “I think that did a disservice to the movie and the studio and to myself.” “The things about it that are wrong frustrate me enormously.” These are things Joss Whedon just said about Age of Ultron at the Tribeca Film Festival…
Game of Thrones reveals the fate of Jon Snow! Plus 12 Monkeys resumes, and Supergirl concludes its first (and final?) season! The CW tries its hand at the outbreak genre with Containment! And what’s this? A Toxic Avenger Marathon?! Get Troma-tized on This Week’s TV!
We’re still two years away from Avengers: Infinity War Part 1, but we’re slowly but surely figuring out which characters from the massive Marvel cinematic universe are going to show up. And we now know that Star-Lord is one of them. Probably.
Thus far, 2016 is the year of the superhero. Deadpool and Batman v. Superman both shattered the box office, proving that audiences can’t get enough of costumes and powers. But what’s the best superhero movie of all time? And what’s the worst? Here’s our ranking of all 109 superhero movies to date.
Remember Marvel’s “One-Shot” bonus shorts? They used to be included in the home release of Marvel movies, and gave us things like post-Avengers weirdness, the best of pre-Agents of SHIELD Coulson, as well as our first look at Agent Carter. Marvel stopped doing them, but it looks like they might be returning to the…
Veteran actor Harry Dean Stanton turns 90 this year. His wildly varied career contains a few starring roles (the haunting Paris, Texas is a must-watch), but the man’s true gift is portraying memorably offbeat characters that may only appear in a few scenes—but that still improve the entire movie.
Daredevil returns with Elektra and the Punisher! The season finale of Colony! The Ninja Turtles meet their 1980s counterparts! And saints be praised, there’s a new Pee-Wee Herman movie! All this, and much, much more on This Week’s TV!
The Bible rules television this week. First, Damien brings the Antichrist to TV—and competes with Lucifer! Then ABC unveils its long-delayed Bible soap opera Of Kings and Prophets. Also, Joe Dante directs Legends of Tomorrow! The return of Agents of SHIELD! If that weren’t enough, Jonathan Frakes, Jemma Simmons and…
Janet Van Dyne’s legacy as the Wasp is interwoven through decades of Marvel Comics—but now, a new character is going to take the moniker. Who is she? What’s her agenda? What’s her connection to the Wasp’s legacy? We sat down with writer Mark Waid to exclusively unveil the first details about the new Wasp.
It’s almost mandatory that a superteam has a lavish base of operations. Avengers Tower. The Baxter Building. The X-Mansion! But the recently formed All-New, All-Different Avengers don’t really have the cash to spare on a swanky base. Say good bye to Avengers Tower, and say hello to... Avengers Condemned Airfield?
It’s taken them a while, but Tony Stark has finally, officially brought back the Avengers for Marvel’s All-New, All-Different universe! It’s about time, especially when you realize that Marvel has been putting out two additional Avengers comics for several months now. Confused? We can help.
It’s been nearly three whole months since we bid adieu to the Marvel comic universe of old, and said hello to the world of “All-New, All-Different” Marvel. In many ways, a lot has changed, and in some frustrating ways, barely anything has. Not been reading along? This is how it has shaped up so far.
Marvel’s man movies has played a huge role in introducing heroes big and small to a whole new audience that has never picked up a comic before. But with so many films released, there’s fans out there who might want to take the first step into reading the comics the movies have come from. Here are just a few…
The first issue of Marvel’s All-New, All-Different Avengers was, a lot of setup. So much setup, that it didn’t even culminate with the formation of the new Avengers team we’ve known about since March. Now, as much as they like to say that they’re not the Avengers yet, they’re finally together. Sort of.
Manhwa—the South Korean term for printed comics—have long been popular, but recently more and more Western companies have been collaborating with Korean artists to bring their characters to the country. Now, thsse collaborations are starting to make their way back to the West in a comic book cultural exchange.