In 2011, Marvel, in co-production with BET, produced a six episode animated/motion comic hybrid series starring the Black Panther. Now, that entire series is streaming on Marvel’s YouTube channel.
In time-honored Marvel tradition, the breakout stars of the studio’s most recent blockbuster success—Black Panther’s Dora Milaje—are getting their own spin-off comic book. Oh, and Peter Parker’s tagging along.
The last few weeks have been rough for female heroes at Marvel with the cancellations of America, Hawkeye, She-Hulk, and The Unbelievable Gwenpool, but Laura “Wolverine” Kinney has managed to survive the culling. With the original Wolverine back from the dead, Laura’s extended future in the role is a question, but Tom…
This week, Marvel truly began teasing Infinity, its next big cosmic, Infinity-stone-powered comic book event. But in the process, it also jokily offered an Easter egg that links not just two upcoming superhero blockbusters, but the entire Marvel Multiverse to the one occupied by DC Comics. Sort of.
Where is Wakanda? Who is T’Challa? Can a woman be Black Panther? I have so many questions about this comic book-turned-feature film, so I consulted with play cousins to The Root who are both staff writers for i09: Charles Pulliam-Moore and Evan Narcisse (who happens to be one of the brilliant writers of the Rise of…
Writer Gary Whitta worked on the screenplay for Rogue One. He’s written episodes of Star Wars Rebels and contributed to a Star Wars book. Now, with the news he’s writing a new comic, he’ll have written official Star Wars stories in four different mediums.
If the X-Men and the Fantastic Four are entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige doesn’t know about it.
Big news in comics today. After ten years and almost 200 issues of Amazing Spider-Man, writer Dan Slott is finally moving on. He’s leaving the book with issue #801 in June but soon moving over to write another major hero in the Marvel family: Iron Man.
Domino is going solo, and an iconic Deadpool writer is along for the ride. Marvel Comics announced today that Gail Simone is returning to the company to pen a solo comic series starring the beloved mercenary.
Earlier this week, Stan Lee, creative partner to Jack Kirby and towering comics legend, celebrated his 95th birthday. But all was not well, true believers.
In an attempt to cash in on the original Wolverine’s popularity without rushing to bring him back from the dead too soon, Marvel’s recently introduced a whole slew of Logan’s “children”—clones created using his DNA. The youngest and most well-adjusted of these clones is a girl named Gabby.
Looks like Mark Ruffalo isn’t the biggest Thor: Ragnarok leaker anymore. During a recent Australian television appearance, both Ruffalo and Chris Hemsworth were forced to play referee after the TV host repeatedly blurted out a pretty important plot twist for the upcoming film.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly round up of all the fabulous new toys just waiting to drain our wallets of their precious monetary fluids. This week, Hot Toys tackles The Last Jedi’s most important characters, plus a patriotically posable Captain America, and even stranger Stranger Things board games.
Marvel has ended its comics partnership with defense contractor Northrop Grumman, having previously cancelled Saturday’s New York Comic Con announcement event, after facing criticism for seemingly promoting war profiteering.
Those old men of Marvel, y’all. They never quit. The Old Man Logan timeline is a bleak one, full of near-apocalyptic death and crowded out by triumphant evil. Now, with a new prequel comic, it might be getting a bit more heroism in its history.
Marvel Comics often turns to novelists when searching for writing talent, but hiring Rainbow Rowell to write a new Runaways series is an especially inspired decision. The writer of bestselling books like Fangirl, Eleanor & Park, and Carry On, Rowell has a talent for creating compelling, multifaceted characters with…
“I would love if DC Superhero Girls were really alive.” “Why?” “Because I really like them. I’m their biggest faaAaaAan.”
The trailers for the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok promise an epic gladiator match between Thor and Hulk on the big screen, so naturally Marvel is getting the two heroes together for some fisticuffs on the comics page. Thor Vs. Hulk: Champions Of The Universe is the second Marvel series exclusive to ComiXology after The…