The climactic mid-air battle between Spider-Man and the Vulture aboard an Avengers cargo plane in Spider-Man: Homecoming was one of the highlights of an already excellent movie. Turns out it was entirely realized using motion capture and computer-generated characters. Did you actually think a plane with a cloaking…
The only good thing about the mostly overrated Wonder Woman is the slight erection it gave me—slight, I’ll emphasize, not full; my dick has been known to get harder and more impressive, but I’m in a forgiving mood.
Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Vulture comes armed with a rather beastly version of his wings from the comics. His action figure version has some to match—and they’re so big, you actually need to buy several other figures just to get them.
For the longest time, Marvel had confirmed two things that could easily be put together: Michael Keaton was in the movie and the movie’s villain was Vulture. Marvel president Kevin Feige finally put us out of our misery by casually confirming that Keaton would be playing the character.
We’re a few months from finally seeing Batman fight Superman on the big screen. But what if their big-screen battle debut happened decades earlier? The team at Vulture has imagined it in Batman v Superman Circa 1949.
Spider-Man has one of the deepest benches of adversaries, but out of five movies thus far, three of them have featured Norman or Harry Osborn as the antagonist. Spidey is so much better than that. Who else could we see if Marvel and Sony really delves deeper into the line-up of Spidey’s rogues? Here’s my picks for the…
Vulture, New York Mag's excellent entertainment arm, has an iPhone app that's all about viral videos, songs, trailers, clips and more. It's like having access to what's hot in entertainment on your iPhone—it'll totally make you feel like you're in the know.
German Police have trained three vultures to become 'detectives' who find bodies. The vultures could potentially be better than sniffer dogs because, well, they can fly. One problem: the vultures might peck at the bodies they find.
About 2,500 years ago, humans settled on the Canary Islands off the coast of Spain. They brought plentiful livestock with them to the once barren islands, creating a whole new ecosystem - one that was perfect for super-sized vultures.
According to Flight Global, DARPA is close to awarding a contract to build an unmanned aircraft that can stay in the air for up to 5 years at a time. DARPA describes the "Vulture" project as a "persistent pseudo-satellite capability in an aircraft package." In other words, the aircraft can hover over a single area,…