Peter Parker’s best bud in Homecoming might have the name of a familiar comics character—Ned Leeds—but his role in the film and his appearance are far more in line with another Spider-Man character: Ultimate Spider-Man’s Ganke. Fans are confused as to why Miles Morales’ best friend is now Peter’s... and turns out, so…
Unsurprisingly, given the upcoming Netflix show, Marvel is also bringing back the Defenders in the comics, with writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist David Marquez. Which is, on the one hand, a nice attempt to create a comic that people watching the shows can use as an east entry point. On the other hand, it does…
As if one surprising new character becoming Iron Man wasn’t enough for a single week, Marvel Comics has got another one for you. A new comic called Infamous Iron Man will feature Victor Von Doom in Tony Stark’s red and yellow armor.
Marvel Comics’ second Civil War is in full swing now, with the main miniseries and multiple tie-in issues out in the wild. Civil War II started with a major character death and superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis explains why it had to happen that way.
Prolific Marvel Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis co-created both Jessica Jones and Powers, and now he’s got a third book potentially making the leap to the small screen: Scarlet, which he says is in development at HBO. The network has yet to confirm the news.
Last month at C2E2, Marvel was less than subtle in hinting that superpowered P.I. and Netflix star Jessica Jones would be getting her own solo series for the first time in ages. But it was all predicated on ifs and buts. And this weekend, Brian Michael Bendis confirmed that it’s definitely happening.
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,…
Yes, Powers is coming back! It might have slightly fallen off the face of the earth after its much-vaunted debut on the Playstation Network earlier this year. But before you all go “Wait, Powers came out this year!?”, watch this trailer for the second season, and watch Sharlto Copley face an anti-superhuman revolution.
When All-New X-Men #40 released, a major topic of discussion was the fact that a younger, time-displaced Bobby Drake, a.k.a. Iceman, came out as gay. But ever since, fans have wondered if this meant the present-day Bobby was simply in the closet, or maybe not gay at all. Seven months later, we finally have the answer.
The live-action series adaptation of the comic book Powers, created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, finally has an air date. And the first episode will be free!
The first photo of Sharlto Copley and Susan Hayward as Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim in Sony's live-action Powers adaptation has arrived! You may notice that neither of them look even slightly like their original comic counterparts. Who cares? Not co-creator Brian Michaal Bendis, that's for sure.
We've had a bevy of casting news for Sony's adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's comic already, but today comes the big one: Elysium's Sharlto Copley will be the superhero-related homicide investigator Christian Walker, while Michelle Forbes will play the superheroine Retro girl.
The long-awaited TV adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis' comic Powers is finally coming to TV... just thanks to a videogame console. Once set for FX, the show has been picked up by Sony, and will be their first original programming on their PlayStation on-demand media service.
This is going to be a great year for comic book movies — but it's also shaping up to be a fantastic year for comics as well. There are tons of inventive, strange and just plain thrilling comics coming out in 2013. Including a Sandman prequel, a new DC Universe mega-event, Greg Rucka creating a brand new heroine, and a…
Ever since the death of Peter Parker, teenager Miles Morales has carried the mantle of the Ultimate Universe's most famous web-slinger. And so far in his short career, Miles has aced the "friendly" and "neighborhood" parts of the equation, but he has yet to get the "Spider-Man" portion down pat.
We saw the scriptto the TV adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's comic Powers, but when will we see the actual show? Sadly, it sounds like Powers is stuck in development purgatory.
For his final story arc on Avengers, writer Brian Michael Bendis decided to bring in an illustrator who hasn't played in Marvel Comics' sandbox for a spell now. Who did he recruit?
Here's the first official still from the TV pilot based on Powers, the comic-book police procedural set in a world of superheroes. There have been a lot of attempts to create a successful superhero show on television lately, but this could be the one that hits.