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?
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.
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.
For months now, a Korean-American teenager named Amadeus Cho has been wielding the power of the Hulk. Nobody’s seen or heard from Bruce Banner during this time. This week, we see what one of the smartest men in the world gets up to when he doesn’t have a raging leviathan inside of him.
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.
I know it’s called Civil War II but repeating the exact same dumb-ass story beat as in the original Civil War a decade ago is a bad move. What the hell, guys?
We see a lot of drama when superheroes already have husbands, wives or significant others in romantic relationships. They can get angry, hurt and, of course, dead. Doreen Green isn’t worrying about any of that yet. She just needs to figure out how to find someone to date.
Sift through your memory banks through the founding members of the Avengers. Pick out the one who wound up living the most screwed-up life. A no-prize to everyone who chose Hank Pym. The first Ant-Man returns to Earth this week, more powerful and creepy than he used to be.
Director Ryan Coogler and leading man Michael B. Jordan worked together on hit movies Fruitvale Station and Creed. Now they’ll be reuniting in Wakanda for Marvel’s upcoming Black Panther movie.
The latest blockbuster Marvel superhero movie features a burgeoning romance between two unlikely characters. Moviegoers new to the world of the Avengers might have seen the Vision’s crush on Wanda Maximoff and thought “aw, cute!” Comics readers familiar with the history of the teammates probably reacted with “oh, no…”…
Deadpool wasn’t always a comics (and movie, and video game) superstar. The Merc with a Mouth started out much smaller, as a supporting character in one of the many X-Men comic books. We talked to the people who created and shaped him, to find out how Deadpool conquered the universe.
Marvel Comics is launching a new series featuring the members of Guardians of the Galaxy: all of them. The galactic team-up will feature characters from the original lineup last seen in Guardians 3000, all the way up to the modern makeup.
Miles Morales became one of the more popular versions of Spiderman in Marvel’s Ultimate Universe, and now, Marvel Comics is bringing Morales back in the aftermath of the Secret Wars series. Morales will headline Spider-Man when it relaunches this fall.
First he was JARVIS, now he's the Vision. We sat down with Paul Bettany at Comic-Con and desperately tried to needle any details out of the newest addition to the Earth's mightiest heroes. And here's what we discovered.
"What if" is sort of a loaded phrase in the Marvel Universe. Writers have always been able to ramble off a What If... Wolverine had hot dogs for claws!? and then you'd see "WHAT IF: HOT DOG WOLVERINE" on a spinner rack. But sometimes, just from the nature of comics being batshit insane, we get thought experiments…
Graphic.ly is a comic book reader app (already available on iOS) that has just made its way over to the Android Market. Along with offering 2,000 comic books from 150 different publishers, Graphic.ly is bringing Marvel comics—Spiderman, X-Men, Hulk etc—to Android for the first time. Reading is made easy with the…
The left half of the image is the money—that's how you're going to be reading Marvel's comics on the iPad. What the screenshots don't show, however, is what happens when there's a two-page facing layout.