“Postal Apocalypse” is back, folks! Sorry for the delay. I could tell you an interesting lie about mutant raccoons scouring the post-apocalyptic landscape, but in all honesty I was just moving, and it took all my meager resources just to edit io9 and write Game of Thrones recaps that infuriated you. But I’m back now,…
Civil War has finally arrived, and the MCU will never be the same. But just how will the events as they stand at the end of the movie impact the wider Marvel movie-verse? Our own Evan Narcisse, Germain Lussier, and James Whitbrook sat down to discuss.
Captain America: Civil War isn’t a perfect movie, but it is vastly superior to the comics that inspired it. We’ve discussed the many problems with Marvel’s Civil War miniseries in the past, but they’re issues that Cap’s latest cinematic outing deftly avoided while still remaining recognizably Civil War—and here’s how.
Civil War is a big, loud ensemble movie. That’s what we expect from it, and that’s why it’s fun. But when the camera is whipping around during a huge fight scene, how come we still know what’s happening?
Seriously, there has been way too much footage from Captain America: Civil War shown lately, amongst the millions and millions of TV spots and clips. But stuff like this goofy new promo from Chris Evans and a few friends is exactly the sort of silly advertising we can get behind.
In its ongoing attempt to release every single minute of Captain America: Civil War to the public prior to the film’s release this Friday, Marvel Studios has debuted yet another clip—although to be fair it’s absolutely some of the wildest footage we’ve seen.
We couldn’t be more excited for Captain America: Civil War to finally come to theaters next week, but we also couldn’t be less enthused with its source material. The comic event was epic, but it was also a mess, where Iron Man inexplicably became a supervillianous asshole. Here’s a guide to Marvel’s original Civil War
Even with Civil War’s marketing bombardment, we’ve not really seen all that much of T’Challa in action—a kick here, a scratch of the ol’ vibranium shield there. But this new clip gives us a short, but oh so sweet scene of the Black Panther kicking ass that’s too good not to see.
Like the country he represents, Captain America has changed a lot over the years. Though the 75-year-old super soldier was born as a reaction to fascism, Cap has gone through all manner of cancellations and team changes, appeared in various shows and PSAs, and come out the other end of Marvel’s cinematic universe as a
Artist Alexander Lozano did a bunch of promotional art for Captain America: Civil War, but this one, the one that was never used, is possibly the best. Mainly because it focuses on only the movie’s two main characters and the detail in the damage is so dead on.
Considering we’ve seen or heard of absolutely nothing since Daniel Brühl was cast in Captain America: Civil War as the long-time Cap foe Baron Helmut Zemo, it’s kind of surprising how incredibly nondescript this first-ever look at him actually is. Not even a purple face mask in sight.
The saga of whether or not Mark Ruffalo would be joining almost the entirety of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Civil War has been long and tumultuous. First, Robert Downey Jr. apparently asked Ruffalo to be in on the fun. Then it was happening. Then it wasn’t—and yet rumors persisted. Turns out there was some truth…
I’m pretty sure other things are going on in this new footage from Civil War. Perhaps even delightful things! But The Vision is wearing a goddamn sweater in one of them, and now all capacity for critical thought has escaped me.
During tonight’s MTV Movie Awards, Marvel aired a short clip from the upcoming Captain America: Civil War, and it looks awesome.
Marvel screened Captain America: Civil War for critics, giving us our first look at the next installment of the MCU. The results? Wildly positive.
Now that Batman v Superman is out of the way, the deluge of promotional material for Captain America: Civil War is coming. There’s a bit of new footage in the latest teaser spot.
And punching. The road to Civil War also involves a great deal of punching.
Poor Hawkguy. Dude gets a shiny new Hot Toys figure for Civil War, and is promptly upstaged by the coolest little bonus accessory possible: a bonus arrow carrying an Ant-Man-shaped payload.
Marvel’s Civil War arc is both legendary and insanely convoluted, involving just about every hero you’ve ever heard of (and a ton you haven’t) over 50 issues published across over a dozen titles. Even though there’s a collected edition now, nothing beats the brevity of a four minute animated explainer to catch you up…
Okay, so you’ve watched the Civil War trailer a bunch of times to see that Spider-Man shot. You’ve probably seen it in all its animated-gif glory in our trailer breakdown, too. But Disney and Marvel have released a high-resolution picture of Peter Parker’s grand debut in the Marvel Cinematic universe to give us all an…