In case you haven’t heard by now at the end of Marvel’s new comic Steve Rogers: Captain America #1 it’s revealed in the very last panel that Cap is supposedly an agent of Hydra. The series’ writer has even gone on record as saying, he’s not mind controlled, he’s not a Skrull, he is Steve Rogers. Show More Summary
Sotheby?s spring sale of Important Watches in New York will be held on 8 June 2016, led by Swiss Mechanical Marvels Part II: a selection of automata meticulously engineered between 1800 and 1825. The sale also features watches crafted throughout the 20th and 21st Centuries by coveted brands including Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, A. Show More Summary
Weeks before Marvel's big revelation, one brick enthusiast built a life-size replica of Captain America's shield -- with one noticeable modification.
Playwright Sarah Ruhl has become a favorite at Berkeley Rep over the past decade, beginning with a production of her play Eurydice in 2004. [ more › ]
20th Century Fox has shifted the release dates of two untitled Marvel movies as The Maze Runner: The Death Cure gets delayed by almost a year.
The studio has changed 2018 release dates for two untitled Marvel movies, and staked out a spot for the James Cameron-produced "Battle Angel."
Maybe I'm just nostalgic, but it is totally weird that our children's children will marvel at the idea of an enclosed space where you could shop for faux-surfer apparel, get your ears pierced for $10, all while stalking a crush without a cell phone.
CSBG has an archive of unresolved comic book stories, like what, exactly, is the arrangement Apocalypse has with the Celestials? What's their plan?
The men and women who raised the children of the atom.
When it came out in 1972, Pong was a marvel of video game design. It's visually simple by today's standards, but it thrilled the first generation of video game players. You can play it on a computer now. But thanks to Daniel Perdomo and his colleagues, it's also possible to play a physical version in a table-shaped arcade cabinet. Show More Summary
For the seventh in the X-Men movie series, and fourth he has directed, guru of all things mutant Bryan Singer has thrown everything into the pot and hopes there’s something for everyone. X-Men: Apocalypse definitely is a mixed bag, and the director, with help from screenwriter Simon Kinberg, might have bitten off too much. Show More Summary
Many Spider-Man fans were hoping to see Marvel Studios and Sony introduce the Miles Morales version of Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War this summer, but instead Peter Parker made his MCU debut. Now, it’s being reported by Heroic Hollywood that Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s 2018 animated Spider-Man film will star Miles Morales, though... Show More Summary
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort talks about that CAPTAIN AMERICA twist, and why he won't give away the secret, even to quell fan outrage.
Captain America has changed, and fans are outraged. That's pretty much the headline across the entertainment press this week, as a new storyline in Marvel's star-spangled superhero comic suggests a major alteration in the character's history, resulting in readersonsocial media expressing not just anger and disappointment, but also extreme reactionsincludingdeath [...]
X-MEN ’92 writers give Marvel’s catastrophe clean-up crew a new lease on life.
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort talks in-depth about the reaction to this week's controversial "Captain America: Steve Rogers" surprise.
Preparations are underway in the “Marvelous City” in anticipation of the 2016 Olympics Games which is expected to draw an extra half a million people to Brazil this summer. The Google Street View team has also been busy preparing for the festivities. Show More Summary
Warning: spoilers ahead for X-Men: Apocalypse! The misunderstood Marvel mutants will once again fight tooth and nail to save the world this weekend with X-Men: Apocalypse finally hitting theaters. With a new continuity established by...Show More Summary
Half-black, half-Puerto Rican Ultimate version of the character to be focus of Sony/Marvel cartoon.
Considering the tiresome glut of superhero movies hitting the theaters over the last decade, it's no surprise that two of the biggest names in the industry trademarked the term superhero back in the 70s. It was something that a small-time entrepreneur had to battle against almost four decades later. It......