A new art exhibit devoted to the Marvel Cinematic Universe gives a peek into the Hulk's bedroom from Thor: Ragnarok. The post Thor: Ragnarok: Hulk’s Sakaar Bedroom Is, Well, Incredible appeared first on CBR.
Matthew Rosenberg & Javier Garron put the inhumans against their foes.
To fight the Cabal.
THE PROBLEM with wimpy kids is that they don’t stay wimpy kids. More than seven years ago, the filmmakers behind the first “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” movie chose young Zachary Gordon to be their Greg Heffley — the titular, relatable boy of Jeff Kinney‘s half-billion-dollar “Wimpy Kid” publishing empire. Today, taller and more chiseled […]
EVIL DEAD 2, HEROINES, and THE HOWLING.
A powerful foe waits in the shadows -- does she have an intimate connection to the Justice League of America's past? The post JLA #7 Teases Rebirth Reboots for a Classic Villain & Some JLI Heroes appeared first on CBR.
Did you catch Alien: Covenant yet? CBR decided to look at the pros and cons of Ridley Scott's next chapter in the prequels that set up the original! The post Alien Covenant: 8 Things That Worked (And 7 That Didn’t) appeared first on CBR.
Fan-favorite actress returns Sunday to American Gods, this time with her new god Media doing her best Ziggy Stardust impression. The post American Gods: Watch Gillian Anderson Channel David Bowie appeared first on CBR.
Star Brandon Routh unveils a full team image for the third season of DC's Legends of Tomorrow. The post Legends of Tomorrow Poster Teases Season 3 Lineup appeared first on CBR.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is on the way in November, and the first trailer for the game (co-written by Kurt Busiek) has arrived. The post LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Trailer Stars Ego, Spider-Gwen and More appeared first on CBR.
Major City's got a new hero.
Including WONDER WOMAN writers and artists like Cliff Chiang, Trina Robbins, Shea Fontana, and Liam Sharp.
Kirby dots come to life.
With Homecoming, Sony has the chance to avoid one of the major pitfalls previous Spider-Man films fell into -- terribly boring villains. The post Homecoming Has the Chance to Finally Get Spider-Man’s Villains Right appeared first on CBR.
People would say, “Your kids are going to be so lucky” when they looked at all the toys on our shelves. John and I would say, almost in unison, “Those are not for kids to play with. We have them to have.” I completely understand the lust for acquisition that inhabits your average toy collector. […]
Ads by Project Wonderful! Your ad could be here, right now. Spider-Man, 5/26/17 I’m not usually in the business of determining when things are racist or not, but I have to deem giving a black cop the line “Mole man or soul man” at least somewhat … questionable. But fortunately the strip quickly pivots away […]
In the latest TV Legends Revealed, discover the reason why Bret Hart didn't quite sound like himself when he guest-starred on the Simpsons. The post TV Legends Revealed: Why Was Bret Hart’s Simpsons Appearance So Weird? appeared first on CBR.
DURING World War II, as Superman and Batman arose as mainstream pop symbols of strength and morality, the publisher that became DC Comics needed an antidote to what a Harvard psychologist called superhero comic books’ worst crime: “bloodcurdling masculinity.” Turns out that psychologist, William Moulton Marston, had a plan to combat such a crime — […]
In their latest look at never-published comic book stories, CSBG examines a Puma spinoff miniseries that fell apart after being announced. The post The Spider-Man Spin-Off Miniseries That Never Was appeared first on CBR.