I’m still loving this season of Agent Carter in general—last week’s episode was just non-stop awesome. Unfortunately, last night’s episode tried to give us flashbacks for both Peggy Carter and her nemesis, Whitney Frost, and the result was rushed and messy.
Ever since Miles Morales took the role of Spider-Man over from Peter Parker, he’s had to fight his supervillain uncle, he’s seen his entire universe get destroyed, and he’s become one of the most prominent heroes in Marvel’s push for diversity. But now that he’s joined the main Marvel universe in his new series,…
There have been rumors that Marvel Studios has been going to turn Greg Pak’s hit comic saga Planet Hulk into a movie for years. It’s also been tied to Avengers: Age of Ultron, the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel, and now Thor: Ragnorak, too. But why are people obsessed with Planet Hulk getting a movie, when there are…
In the visual effects breakdown for Agent Carter season one, there are the usual suspects: explosions, effects from mad science, action sequences. But the thing that stands out is just how many effects were needed to turn the show’s California locations into period New York ones.
The first casualty of Marvel’s “All-New, All-Different” comic book line has arrived: The Black Knight. Writer Frank Tieri took to Facebook to confirm that the mindbending sword-and-sorcery series had been terminated due to poor sales, and would end after just five issues—the first in this most recent line refresh.
There is an evil man in New York who preys on the gullible. He’s a flamboyant showboat. He lacks scruples. He cares for nothing but his own gain. I speak, of course, of Annoying Orange progenitor Donald Trump—so let’s meet the Marvel villain who shares the same name.
Deadpool fans are already getting a movie that can encapsulate the gory wildness of Wade Wilson in all is splendor, considering the film carries an R-rating. But are you in the market for even more curses, bodily viscera, and nudity in your superhero movies? Well, you might just be getting your wish.
By which I mean, he has a lot of people to kill. What, you thought a new comic starring the angry, bitter, elderly Logan would be about his grocery needs or something?
Marvel had comics fans tongue-wagging way back when their solicitation for All-New, All Different Avengers #4 came with the gorgeous Alex Ross cover above, depicting Sam Wilson and Thor locked in a kiss. The issue is out today, and yes, the kiss is real—but it’s not really all that romantic. In fact, it’s all a bit…
After missing out on a nomination last year for the first time since 2003, DC Comics has two series up for the GLAAD Media Awards. The excellent Midnighter and Harley Quinn join Lumberjanes, Angela: Queen of Hel, and The Wicked + The Divine in the Outsanding Comic Books category for their portrayal of LGBT characters.
The Agents of SHIELD spin-off has finally added another hero to join ranks with Agents Bobbi Morse and Lance Hunter. Delroy Lindo will play David Fortune, Marvel’s globe-trotting 1930s-style adventurer that... you’ve probably never heard of.
And Zack Snyder reveals why the film is packing so much stuff in. Gal Gadot discusses the feminism of Wonder Woman. Yes, much to your understandable shock, there will be a lot more Star Wars and Marvel movies in the future. Plus, intriguing new Rogue One details, and The Flash casts another speedster. So many spoilers!
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?
The Star Wars universe is bigger than ever, thanks to Disney’s new mandate that everything that gets published is in canon, along with the movies. But if all you’ve done is watch the movies and TV shows, there’s a whole half of the universe you’re missing.
There are plenty of rumors about a spin off Star Wars movie that chart Obi-Wan Kenobi’s adventures on Tatooine between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. But Marvel’s Star Wars comics have been doing a grand job of exploring that ground already. This week the comic returned to not-quite-old Ben with some interesting…
Something strange has happened in the endless war for domination of superhero movies. After years of Marvel ceaselessly kicking DC’s ass, I feel as though DC has suddenly taken the lead, thanks to the fantastic new Suicide Squad trailer and the Wonder Woman movie footage. What is even happening?
The showrunners of Agent Carter are taking on Carol Danvers in her new series, and they’re bringing a little TV inspiration with them. Except it’s not from their own Marvel show! They’ve basically turned Captain Marvel into a superhero version of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and it makes for a very promising start.
Last night’s two-hour Agent Carter season premiere was a lot of fun. But it also gave us two other ambitious women who are foils for Peggy Carter—one of whom we’ve seen before. And it introduced us to a brand new shadowy organization. Looks like Peggy’s going to have her hands full.
Stan Lee talks about a Star Wars/Marvel crossover movie, because of course he does. Maisie Williams adds another twist to Game of Thrones’ worst kept secret. Ben Affleck offers a mysterious comment about directing the solo Batman film. Plus, Wonder Woman set pictures, and a long wait for Sherlock. Spoilers now!
The fact that comic book characters don’t stay dead (unless their name is Uncle Ben) is a well-established fact. But the last time we saw Hank Pym in a Marvel comic... something strange happened to him. We had no idea how it was going to fit into the then-upcoming reboot, but Uncanny Avengers has finally offered a…