When Steve Rogers makes his allegiance to Hydra public at the start of Secret Empire, the superhero community is naturally going to be pretty shocked. But before he can enact his crazy plan to rule the Earth, Natasha Romanov is going to try and stop him, and she’s recruiting a few friends to help her resistance.
You know when you and a distant friend both loudly agree that you should see each other more often, but then spend months not making plans to visit because you both assume the other party will make the trip first? This right here is the movie-making version of that.
Natasha Romanoff has been a superhero. She’s also been a spy. Right now, she’s somewhere in between the morality of those two poles. Before she was either of those, however, she was an assassin. This week’s new Black Widow comic shows the first time the young Natasha killed someone. It’s nasty.
Deborah Snyder promises that Wonder Woman will be tonally different to past DC movies. One Marvel comics character we expected in Doctor Strange won’t be appearing just yet. Plus, new looks at Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Dirk Gently. To me, my Spoilers!
Civil War had a lot of fun stuff in it, but its pitch-perfect introduction of the Black Panther is one of our absolute favorite parts. This new deleted scene featuring him and Black Widow having a loaded little chat is certainly no exception to the film’s rule that T’Challa basically has to be awesome in every scene…
Ashley Wood has made all sorts of awesome-looking and wild takes on Marvel heroes for 3A’s line of artsy action figures. His latest is his first take on an actual human character rather than someone hidden behind the mask—and it’s a totally bizarre mixture of fantastical stylization and realism.
It’s a great time for girl (super)power. We’ve finally seen tangible proof that Wonder Woman is starring in her own movie, and Marvel has cast the incredible Brie Larson as its first solo female lead, Captain Marvel.
Civil War was packed with a bunch of crazy fight scenes, but we never really got to see best friends Black Widow and Cap square off against each other. It turns out, thought, that we almost did, according to an animatic recently released by a Marvel studios storyboard artist.
The idea—and fervent fan demand—of a Black Widow standalone film in the Marvel movie-verse has been around practically since Natasha Romanoff waltzed into the big picture in Iron Man 2. Even before it! Marvel has always been quick to brush the character aside... until now, by saying they’re “committed” to a Widow film.
Marvel released a featurette called “In Good Company,” in which the company congratulates itself for putting three whole women in Captain America: Civil War. Amongst that, though, we did get a great look at Sharon Carter in action.
The World War Z sequel loses its director. Zack Snyder teases the mythology of Batman v Superman’s villain. Supergirl could actually cross over with The Flash and Arrow. Plus, new TV spots for Deadpool and Legends of Tomorrow, plus images from the return of The X-Files. Spoilers now!
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…
Oh my god. We’ve known for a while that Black Widow would be getting her own series in Marvel’s upcoming “All-New, All-Different” reboot—but we didn’t know who, and now we do, it’s safe to say Natasha is in good hands: Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, the team behind Marvel’s outstanding Daredevil comic.
While there’s been many rumors circulating about just who is fighting who in the next Captain America movie—but newly emerged promotional art has given our first look at just who is standing with Captain America or Iron Man in Marvel’s impending superheroic dustup. There’s even a surprising face or two... spoilers…
Moviegoers are already familiar with Natasha Romanoff, a.k.a. the Black Widow, the superspy and member of Earth’s mightiest heroes. Meanwhile in the comics, Natasha is about to get some unexpected company. Enter the Red Widow!
Play Arts Kai is back with another crazy entrant to their Marvel Variants line, and—wait. This figure isn’t that crazy. It’s quite restrained, in fact. And kind of totally badass. And it’s Black Widow! Who made this figure, and what have they done with the real Square-Enix?
Hey, y’all! Meet Nannie Doss. Over a period of nearly 30 years, this cheery serial killer chopped multiple limbs off her own family tree, with body count that’s alleged to include four husbands, her mother, one of her mother-in-laws, her two sisters, two of her children, a grandson, and a nephew.