The Black Panther isn’t Captain America. He’s not Iron Man, either. He’s different than most of Marvel’s big superhero characters and, in the right hands, he’s arguably better. Don’t think so? Read these comics and see. »
The second most-surprising thing about Marvel Comics’ big 2015 crossover comic book event is that it’s very good. These epics tend to disappoint, but not this one. The bigger surprise? Even the comics tying into it are mostly really good. That never happens.
The Fantastic Four is one of my favorite teams in comic books. That is because, essentially, they aren’t a team, they are a family. Two of them are siblings, two of them are married, two of them have been best friends for years. They bicker, they squabble, but at the end of the day, they have each other’s backs and… »
The Marvel marketing juggernaut has put out a final international trailer out for Ant Man. In it, Scott Lang wants to call in The Avengers for help. »
Years ago, we thought the destruction of the Death Star at the end of Return of the Jedi marked the beginning of peace in a galaxy far, far, away. Unfortunately for our heroes, it didn’t and now we know a little bit of what happened between that and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Here’s your cool gif for the day: The evolution of the MCU Iron Man in 30 seconds, showing off the various iterations of Tony Stark’s armor. »
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. »
Marvel Comics has been getting ready for a massive reboot of their comics universe, and in the last couple of days, they’ve released some teaser images that reveal just how different their world is going to get. »
Tony Stark’s Iron Man is easily one the most popular character in the Marvel movie-verse. Once the Secret Wars smoke clears, Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez are tasked with making him just as popular on the comic page. It’s not going to be easy. »
So we’ve taken a look at what Secret Wars is about, what the “Last Days” are, and what the “Battleworld” books are. The “Battleworld” books take a look at events that cross different regions in Battleworld. The “Warzones!” books, however, take a look at specific stories in different individual regions. These are the… »
So I’ve already explained what Secret Wars is about and gotten several comments to the effect of: this sounds confusing. And yes, it does. But while I will be reading the main mini-series, what is really interesting about Secret Wars to me is all of the side series, the “Battleworld” and “Warzones!” and “Last Days.”… »
So the last Wednesday marked the last issues of Avengers and New Avengers and today, Free Comic Book, marks the beginning of Secret Wars with Secret Wars #0. But what, exactly, is Secret Wars? And how did Avengers and New Avengers end? Let’s find out! »
Coulson brings the original agents back together to fight Hydra, but how does it connect to The Age of Ultron? And (more importantly) which agent becomes a cold-hearted murderer?! »
If you aren’t reading Squirrel Girl then - well, then you aren’t reading Squirrel Girl - but whatever, the comic is stupid fun. And the next issue is set to have the biggest brawl in comic book history: Squirrel Girl v. Galactus: The Nut of Justice! »
Agents of SHIELD viewers finally learn the whole story behind Melinda May's "Cavalry" title, Skye finally meets her parents, and Raina may have gained her favorite superpower! But how, if at all, does this tie to the comics? »
In Avengers #57, cover date October 1968, one of Marvel Comics' greatest characters debuted. In a plot to destroy the team, Ultron built and programmed an android powerful enough to destroy the team. As the robot attacked them, the Wasp called him an "unearthly, inhuman vision" and a legend was born. »