Chadwick Boseman thought he already had a sense of how significant the Black Panther is to the fans who love him. But it wasn’t until Saturday afternoon, while he was on stage at the Marvel Studios panel at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, that he got hit with the full weight of the love and enthusiasm surrounding…
We’ve heard rumblings that two of the best Marvel Comics console games were making a comeback, and now it’s confirmed. Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2 are coming to current gen consoles and PC July 26.
Making their debut at San Diego Comic-Con next week and going wide in 2017, Lego BrickHeadz Marvel and DC buildable figures are freakishly adorable.
Marvel’s latest crossover has heroes fighting heroes again. When Luke Cage and Danny Rand talk through which side they’ll align with, the Heroes for Hire have the most sensible reaction I’ve read so far.
Seriously, it’s a big one.
It’s been practically a given since the Netflix adaptation of her inaugural comic Alias debuted to massive fanfare last year but Marvel’s finally making an official announcement: prickly ex-superhero private eye Jessica Jones will be starring in her own comic book again.
Bruce Banner has a cold. Well, the flu, really. He gave it to himself, just to make sure he really can’t turn into the Hulk anymore. His snot is yellow, not green.
Yesterday, Marvel announced that Tony Stark would be walking away from his latest suit of power armor. His replacement is going to be Riri Williams, a genius MIT student who isn’t old enough to drink yet. (So no “Demon in a Bottle” storyline for her, I guess.)
It looked like Riri Williams was going to be the next War Machine, taking the spot of the recently deceased James Rhodes. But it turns out that the subplot involving the teenage genius will be going somewhere else entirely. Marvel says that Riri will be wearing red-and-gold power armor soon and becoming an Iron Person.
Super-powers. Wrestling. Power and responsibility. All the familiar beats of Spider-Man’s origin are there in Spider-Gwen Annual #1, but they get the clever tweaks that have become the hallmark of Gwen Stacy’s alt-universe adventures.
If good ol’ truck-driving, CB-radio-in-his-skull superhero Ulysses Solomon Archer (star of the 1980s U.S. 1 title) does not appear in this book in some form, I will be crushed.
Dr. Doom cockily holding Iron Man’s helmet. Captain Marvel looking off into the distance. Uh-oh, where’s Tony?
Yesterday, articles went up all over the nerd internet focused on the revelations that explained the original Captain America’s sudden and controversial status quo shift. But don’t let the “I told you so” chorus drown out one crucial fact: the what of this big change is far less important than the why.
So far, Nighthawk has had a real estate developer pushing gentrification and cops profiling young black people. I can’t remember the last time a mainstream superhero comic tackled institutional racism this directly. It’s kind of breathtaking.
He’s buff. He’s charming. He’s smart. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau feels pretty damn close to being a real-life superhero sometimes. So it makes sense that he’ll be showing up in an Alpha Flight-focused Civil War II spinoff story.
In the early 2000s a small developer named 5000ft Inc. started work on a modest PlayStation 2 game based on Marvel Comics’ Daredevil. Unseen64 historian Liam Robertson explores how that modest project blossomed into something much bigger, before being unceremoniously canned.
You’re a superhero on a team with Cable, the bad-ass mutant warrior who comes from the future. You need to hold onto hope, to hear that there’s a reason to keep fighting the good fight. But you’re also on a team with Wade Wilson.
The surprise cancellation of the successful Disney Infinity video game franchise rocked gamers and collectors when news broke earlier this year. We’re starting to see concept designs for what some of the never-produced figures would have looked like and the sight of them just intensifies the yearning for what could…
You know those terrible links you see floating around the web that scream, “28 Awkward Child Star That Are Now Crazy Hot?” This is one of those. Sort of.
In Captain America: Sam Wilson #10, the character whose death gets Captain Marvel and Iron Man fighting over a philosophical difference gets laid to rest. It’s a pretty emotional service.