ABC and Marvel Entertainment have revealed another clip from the 10th episode of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." which will be the first half of the show's first two-part episode and will also feature the return of J. August Richard's Mike Peterson. Show More Summary
Jonathan Hickman & Tom Brevoort join CBR for commentary and insight into "Infinity" #6 and "New Avengers" #12, the final chapters of Marvel's "Infinity" event.
Officially cast in the film back in August, Bradley Cooper has yet to speak about his role as Rocket Raccoon in Marvel's upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy, until now. Talking with Collider, Cooper spoke about what drew him to the project...Show More Summary
I realized today that I owe at least a small debt of gratitude to cable channels like HGTV and TLC, which are full of real estate TV shows. They have done a marvelous job of setting expectations with buyers and sellers, and they've motivated prospective agents, as well. Show More Summary
Having started dating just before the arrival of mobile phones, I often marvel at how easy lovebirds have it these days.Whether it’s texting emoticons or flirting on Facebook, it’s infinitely less nerve wracking than nervously dialing your love interest’s number, only for their mum to pick up the call. Show More Summary
Having started dating just before the arrival of mobile phones, I often marvel at how easy lovebirds have it these days. Whether it’s texting emoticons...
As I've noted before, I spent quite a bit of time last spring and summer reading through old Fawcett Comics, espcially the Marvel Family issues. And one thing that I started seeing was things presented in the stories that ended up being...Show More Summary
Ms Marvel is one of those characters that Marvel Comics never seemed to know what to do with, but the Bowen Designs 70?s Version Ms. Marvel Painted Statue reveals a retro-look for the character that played it safe while still managing to make the new hero work. Forget getting bombarded by gamma rays or being […]
A new report suggests that Jason Momoa is likely to sign on for a role in the upcoming MAN OF STEEL sequel. Read the full article on AICN Hey Yo, Draven here. Jason Momoa was passed over for the role of Drax the Destroyer in Marvel’s...Show More Summary
It was a dramatic year for superhero and mainstream comics. Marvel gained incredible momentum with its Marvel Now! publishing initiative while DC’s quality dipped as it continued a trend of New 52 homogenization, revealing that creative diversity is the key to keeping superhero titles captivating to older readers and accessible to newcomers. Show More Summary
Fan-favorite Marvel UK characters return in 2014's "Revolutionary War." Check out a preview of the first issue by Andy Lanning, Alan Cowsill & Rich Elson.
It was recently announced that Fox would follow the Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D., superhero-adjacent model by developing Gotham, a series that would similarly delve into the world of Batman without Batman getting in the way, allowing...Show More Summary
Another day, another news update about how Disney has upped their monopoly over every aspect of pop culture. In addition to being, well Disney (and all that it entails), the company also distributes all the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise (a.k.a., any and all Avengers-related films) and now owns the entirety of the [...]
After a few weeks away, Paul and I are very pleased to be able to say that we’re back, and we’ve got news about Stan Lee Media’s latest lawsuit, Fox’s Marvel movie universe, the X-Men movie after next, Warners’ casting of Wonder Woman (and yes, we know her name’s not Godot, that was just for [...]
Twenty years ago some of the hottest creators in comics, Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld, Jim Lee, Marc Silvestri, Erik Larsen, Whilce Portacio, and Jim Valentino, up and left Marvel in order to form their publishing company that would come to be known as Image Comics.... Read More
Despite being one of Marvel’s most insanely popular characters, Wolverine has struggled a bit on the big screen. Sure, Hugh Jackman defied expectations when he first signed on to play the Canadian mutant. After, in the comics, the guy is short and stocky whereas Jackman is over six feet tall. Show More Summary
First Kermit the Frog, then Iron Man, then Darth Vader, and now Indy. After first acquiring The Muppets, then Marvel Comics and most recently, Lucasfilm, Disney has been handed the rights of the Indiana Jones franchise from Paramount Pictures, according to Variety. Which basically means, if you’re keeping score, Disney now owns every part of your […]
Because the n-dimensional, urbane Democratic party geniuses that created this marvelous healthcare plan for us all have never actually grokked what ‘volunteer’ means in the first place. The International Association of Fire Chiefs has...Show More Summary
On midseason finale eve, "Agents of SHIELD" executive producer Jeffrey Bell tells CBR News fans will feel more of a Marvel influence on the show.
Castle fans: Here's an early Christmas treat and something to look forward to in the new year. Marvel and ABC Studios have announced plans to release a new Derrick Storm graphic novel inspired by the ABC crime drama, and TVGuide.com has your exclusive first look. Show More Summary