She-Hulk got hurt early on in Civil War II and has spent much of the last few months in a coma, unaware of the tragic fate that befell her cousin. The gamma-irradiated lawyer recently woke up from her near-death state with scars all over her face and body. Now, she’s going to be the star of Hulk, a new ongoing title…
Suffice to say, if you’re a member of the gamma-radiated family in Marvel’s comics at the moment, now isn’t exactly a happy time.
Two weeks ago, 19-year-old super-genius Amadeus Cho suffered a painful loss, one that shocked readers in a big way. But, when you’re the newest Green Goliath in the Marvel Universe, it means you don’t get to be angry and upset without every other hero watching you suspiciously.
Ever since the Hulk officially joined Thor: Ragnarok, desperate fans have hoped that the film will in some way be adapting the Planet Hulk storyline. This year’s San Diego Comic-Con seems to have granted them their wish, by providing a first look at the Hulk’s armor in the movie.
Seriously, it’s a big one.
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.
The saga of whether or not Mark Ruffalo would be joining almost the entirety of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Civil War has been long and tumultuous. First, Robert Downey Jr. apparently asked Ruffalo to be in on the fun. Then it was happening. Then it wasn’t—and yet rumors persisted. Turns out there was some truth…
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…
Kurt Russell confirms he’s in talks for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Mark Ruffalo once again kills our hopes for a standalone Hulk movie. James Cameron talks Avatar 2. Plus, a crazy new poster for Deadpool, what to expect in Doctor Who’s Christmas Special, and Bradley Cooper returns to Limitless. Spoilers!
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…
The “All-New, All-Different Hulk” that Marvel’s been teasing for weeks that everyone has always assumed would be Amadeus Cho? Well, it’s Amadeus Cho. Still, it’s very cool to have a Korean-American character join the front ranks of Marvel’s superheroes, in a comic drawn by Korean-Americans (Greg Pak and Frank Cho) to…
The female wielder of Mjolnir takes on a pack of zombies in this animated fan film. It’s all going rather well too — at least until an undead Hulk shows up for an electrifying battle.
What makes a hero? Is it bravery? Sympathy for others? Uncompromising morals? Or is it just having really terrible parents? I’m not sure about the latter, but being raised by horrible people clearly doesn’t hurt. Here are 10 moms and dads that being a good guy clearly isn’t genetic.
Marvel’s next movie, Ant-Man, has two end credits scenes. Both tease expansions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe but of the two, one of them comes from a very different and seemingly unlikely source—which we’ll tell you without getting into any spoilers.
An absolutely insane rumor claims Beyoncé wants in on The Avengers. Has the purported Legend of Zelda show found a new home? Plus, Rob Liefield talks Deadpool, denials over the alleged Hawkgirl TV series, and some new art from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. To me, my Spoilers!
Mark Ruffalo talks about how to make a standalone Hulk film. Scarlett Johansson teases the Avengers-esque scope of Civil War. A familiar dinosaur’s face returns in Jurassic World. Could Marvel be nearing casting for both Spider-Man and Iron Fist? Plus what’s to come on The Originals and The Vampire Diaries. Spoilers…
It seems completely obvious in retrospect, but it took a random interview with Mark Ruffalo to explain the likely reason why there's been no solo Hulk movie yet — it's Universal's fault.
Iron Man may have changed the game for Marvel movies, but Marvel already had a long history of movie-making before the creation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here's part two of our look back at the history of Marvel comic book movies, as we head into the 90's and come right up to 2008.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has changed the face of blockbuster movies as we know them today. But Marvel's own history with film started long before the first Iron Man film in 2008. Here's the history of Marvel movies on the big and small screen, from the 1940s to the dawn of the Avengers Initiative.
Greetings, all! The village shaman claims another crab-wolf attack is imminent, so I've rushed through reading your letters in order that my wisdom might guide you in the upcoming week. First bit of wisdom: Try to find a job that doesn't cause you to regularly encounter crab-wolves.