Nothing good lasts forever. And after three years, the dream creative team of Ryan North and Erica Henderson, writer and artist on The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, is finally breaking up. One of the greatest creative teams in recent Marvel history is coming to an end.
I can’t believe it’s taken this long to get a properly silly Silver Surfer dudebro joke into an ongoing Marvel series, but thanks to Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, one of the most delightful comics in the known cosmos, it’s finally here.
With as many big-budget action movies as Marvel puts out, it can be easy to forget that the studio has an impressive portfolio of animated projects in the mix. Marvel’s aiming to change that with Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, a feature-length animated movie starring a new generation of heroes.
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is a frequently smart and delightful comic, and this week’s issue, a zine-style anthology of stories that actually barely features Squirrel Girl herself, is no exception. But its best short story is all about Loki—and strikes at the duplicitous heart of the character in a really fun way.
Shortly after it was announced, New Warriors was picked up straight-to-series at Freeform, ABC’s youth-oriented channel. But now Squirrel Girl and her friends are apparently looking for a new channel to air on—and reports suggest its options are limited.
Galactus, Devourer of Worlds, hates all life as we know it—so of course it makes sense that he would hate Mondays too.
We’re inundated with comic book movies and TV shows these days. But for a decade now, we’ve been in the age of the “practical” hero look. And that was fine in the beginning, when everyone was worried about getting regular people to take this genre seriously. But we are far past that point now, and there are some…
One of the most delightful things about The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl—a comic bursting at the seams with delightful things—is its opening recap page. In most comics, this is just a recap of the story. In Squirrel Girl, it’s Doreen’s Twitter feed, and this week’s issue sees Spider-Man attempting, and failing, to…
Marvel has found the cast of its New Warriors TV show—which also means that the studio has found its Squirrel Girl, who will be joining the team in their move to live-action comedy on Freeform. Ladies and Gentlemen, say hello to Milana Vayntrub, the face of Doreen Green herself.
Freeform has unveiled the team of (somewhat) superheroes who will be joining Squirrel Girl in the new Marvel TV series, The New Warriors. They include a hypochondriac, a lazy immortal, and a YouTuber. The world is... safe?
Every issue of Unbeatable Squirrel Girl opens with a credits page that is also a look into Doreen Green’s social media life, as she chats with friends and fellow superheroes about her adventures. But those social media accounts don’t just exist in the pages of comics, but on actual Twitter too, and guys, they’re…
Look, I’m gonna be honest with you guys: this new show is actually just called New Warriors. But I don’t care. It’s got Squirrel Girl in it. It’s the Squirrel Girl show. And it’s actually happening.
This month marks 25 years since Doreen Green entered the world of Marvel Comics as Squirrel Girl, although her true road to becoming one of the greatest Marvel heroes around didn’t really begin until her excellent series Unbeatable Squirrel Girl kicked off in 2014. To celebrate her 25th anniversary, here are 25 of the…
There’s been a lot of talk about Squirrel Girl’s hoped-for ascent from comic book page to big screen—she is, after all, the best Marvel character not yet in the movies. But now, this intriguing bit of news: a New Warriors TV series may soon be announced, with the fan-favorite character smack at its center.
In a quest to continue being the go-to comic for creating the most nonsensical blogs, this week’s issue of Squirrel Girl uses basic computer science and counting in binary to deliver a splash page so fundamentally rad it should probably grace the cover of a mid-’80s metal album. Suffice to say, it’s rather brilliant.
Just do it. Just make the Squirrel Girl movie, Marvel. I know you want to.
Stopping trains, punching bears and beating up the Marvel Universe? It’s all in a day’s work for not one, but two Squirrel Girls.
Stranger Things’ Shannon Purser really wants to play Squirrel Girl. Marc Guggenheim dishes details on Legends of Tomorrow’s new Vixen. Morena Baccarin teases love in the air for Gotham season three. Plus, looks at new Transformers heading to The Last Knight, and new footage from Moana. Spoilers Now!
See Supergirl’s Man of Steel in action with new set footage. Kevin Feige explains why 3D is so important to Doctor Strange. Plus, new looks at Suicide Squad and The Mummy, Vampire Diaries casting, and a creepy new look at The Exorcist. To me, my Spoilers!