Agent Carter's Finale Is Unexpectedly All About Captain America

The specter of Steve Rogers hung over the whole of Agent Carter's first season — but last night's finale was all about him. To the point where this show started to feel a bit like an epilogue to Captain America: The First Avenger again. That didn't stop it from being incredibly moving, and having a few great… » 2/25/15 9:02am Wednesday 9:02am

The Quirky Life Of Superheroes Off The Job, As Told By Hot Toys Figures

The life of a superhero isn't all saving the day from world-consuming threats - there's always going to downtime to goof off in. Toy photographer Edy Hardjo imagines what it's like for the Avengers, Batman and co. when they're not out performing heroics on the job through a legion of Hot Toys figures. » 2/24/15 11:51am Tuesday 11:51am

11-Year-Old Schools DC About Female Heroes, So They Turn Her Into One

This is kind of awesome. Eleven-year-old Rowan Hansen wrote to DC Comics asking why there weren't more female superheroes, and why the female heroes don't wear more practical costumes. They responded with a drawing of Hansen as a superhero. Her response: Thanks, but that's not what I asked for. » 2/20/15 12:41pm 2/20/15 12:41pm

Agent Carter Proves She's Smarter Than The Other Agents... At Great Cost

One of the things that was really refreshing about Agent Carter's first few episodes was the fact that her male colleagues at the S.S.R. were sexist and myopic... but they were actually pretty competent in other ways. But no more. The men of the S.S.R. made some fatal errors in the past few episodes, and it cost them. » 2/18/15 8:30am 2/18/15 8:30am

Thunderous Art From The Collector Scenes In Guardians Of The Galaxy

Some of the most cosmic connections in the Marvel Universe happened when the Guardians of the Galaxy went to visit the Collector, played by Benicio del Toro. We already showed you art of the most surprising character in his collection. But here's concept art of Cosmo the dog, and some other stuff. » 2/09/15 7:00pm 2/09/15 7:00pm

Last Night's Episode Of Agent Carter Was Immensely Satisfying

It's only been a month, but already it feels as though Agent Carter has been putting us through the wringer. Our favorite war hero has been disrespected, double-crossed, and forced to feign incompetence in front of her colleagues. But last night, she finally got to show what she can do. Spoilers... » 2/04/15 8:30am 2/04/15 8:30am

9 Reasons The Hulk Shouldn't Have His Own Movie (And 1 Why He Should)

Avengers: Age of Ultron contains approximately 1,000 characters that we're excited to see. But the biggest draw is probably still the Incredible Hulk. Ol' Jade Jaws has gotten a lease on life from the Avengers films. But we still have nine reasons why Hulk shouldn't get another solo film. (And one why he should.) » 2/02/15 10:08am 2/02/15 10:08am

A Closer Look At The New Fantastic Four In Action

The first teaser trailer for the Fantastic Four reboot was... kinda low-key, actually. It definitely conveyed a strong mood of sombre anticipation, tinged with hope. But there were a few glimpses of the actual Fantastic Four doing actual superpowered things. We've rounded them up so you can take a closer look. » 1/27/15 11:28am 1/27/15 11:28am

Norm Breyfogle, The Indelible Batman Artist, Deserves Your Support

Norm Breyfogle was one of the artists who changed Batman forever. And now, he's suffered a stroke that affected the left side of his body, including his drawing arm. His family is raising money to help pay his medical expenses, and Comic Book Resources explains why anyone who believes in heroes should help. » 1/23/15 9:00pm 1/23/15 9:00pm

Everything Agent Carter Does To Fix Her Mess Just Makes It Worse

Thus far, Agent Carter isn't providing nearly as much wish-fulfillment as the short film version that appeared on the Iron Man 3 Blu-ray. The 15-minute short painted a picture of a super-competent agent whose brilliance went unnoticed (at first.) But the television version of Peggy Carter makes lots of mistakes. Lots… » 1/14/15 8:30am 1/14/15 8:30am