Galactus has long been one of Marvel’s grandest villains—an almost unstoppable force who threatens the universe time and time again no matter how many times he’s turned away. But one of Marvel’s myriad new Avengers teams may have done something that changes Galactus for good... or at least, for a while.
If you aren’t reading Squirrel Girl then - well, then you aren’t reading Squirrel Girl - but whatever, the comic is stupid fun. And the next issue is set to have the biggest brawl in comic book history: Squirrel Girl v. Galactus: The Nut of Justice!
Everybody loves an epic showdown, or a confrontation between a giant and a smaller adversary. But sometimes, the most awe-inspiring battles are between two foes that are both just ginormous and packed with power. What's the greatest fight between two giants (or gods, or titans) you've ever seen?
The Devourer of Worlds becomes even more nightmarish in this fan art mashup.
Well, that settles that. A new solicit for Marvel's November titles confirms the rumor that Miles Morales, the Spider-Man of the Ultimate universe, is on his way to the regular Marvel universe in Cataclysm: The Ultimates' Last Stand #2, and that does not bode well for everybody else.
As revealed at Comic-Con, Marvel’s Ultimate Universe is in fior some tough times, but its troubles begin tomorrow when the original 616-universe Galactus stops by for a bite. Plus new Mass Effect, new Fathom, and new Army of Darkness comics
There have been a number of new developments in the wrangling over the movie rights to Daredevil and Fantastic Four — but the most interesting upshot, by far, is the notion that Marvel could regain the rights to Galactus, devourer of worlds. And his herald, the Silver Surfer. [See update below.]
While it's nothing on the scale of 2010's grand, nerdy San Diego Comic-Con counter-protest of the Westboro Baptist Church, the Galactus is Nighs team is keeping that spirit alive with their own faux-religious placards. They've been collect photos of their sign with various cosplayers on their Facebook page,…
For their latest art challenge, the illustrators at the website Draw2D2 (previously: 1, 2, 3) placed characters from the Marvel Universe in the cherished hellhole-Americana X-Mas flick A Christmas Story. Witness Ralphie's pajamas and Flick's telephone pole shenanigans reenacted with the Marvel Universe's stalwart…
Along a lonely stretch of road in Quarten, Switzerland, two strange figures and/or camera smudges survey the terrain, planning nefarious and/or blurry machinations. The figures follow the camera as it travels down the road. Some commenters on Reddit are claiming this is a gateway to Valhalla, but I'm of the mind that…
The weekend's coming, and you'll need some cool nerd duds if you're going to look right. Allow me to suggest these tees from Mighty Fine, each showing the rainbows-and-unicorns side of our favorite superheroes and villains.
Yesterday, we showed you the worst of Comic Con's advertising - now here's the best. From the horrifying to the fantastic, SDCC's marketers ramped up their aggressive tactics tenfold this year. But when you're getting free burgers, what's to hate?
So, I had done a couple of Disasters for you when I woke up Saturday morning to an apartment with no power. So I got some breakfast and went record shopping.
Alien invasions, competing vampires and robots that are more than meets the eye are all populating the comics that'll be making their way to your local shelves tomorrow. What else do you need to know?
Hip-shaking, pill-popping rocker Elvis Presley officially died in 1977, but he keeps popping up, at least in science fiction. Think Elvis lives? We list scifi’s explanations for what really became of the King.
Marvel Comics' big summer Spider-Man storyline, "New Ways To Die", promises to introduce a new villain into the webslinger's life: a mysterious character connected to his enemy Venom, called Anti-Venom. The most recent issue of Marvel's Fantastic Four series featured Mr. Fantastic stopping an invincible foe by…