One of the more complicated and interesting questions on everyone's mind immediately after the very first Black Panther trailer dropped focused on the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Wakandan accent -- specifically about why various character's accents seemed to be so different from one another. We now have an answer. More »
Black Panther's Erik Killmonger is not a charismatic show stealer like Thor's Loki, or a profoundly deranged monster like Jessica Jones' Kilgrave, but he is easily one of Marvel's most compelling, heartbreaking, and relatable villains to date. Killmonger definitely isn't "good," but he isn't entirely "bad," either. More »
This week, comics and television writer Brandon Easton (Shadow Law, M.A.S.K., Marvel's Agent Carter) drops by to talk about "Vampire Hunter D", both the new comics collections coming out and the TV pilot he's been writing. What's your...Show More Summary
The ladies of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D buddy up on the red carpet as they celebrate the show’s 100th episode on Saturday night (February 24) at OHM Nightclub in Hollywood. The ladies – including Natalia Cordova-Buckley, Ming-Na Wen, Maurissa Tancharoen, Elizabeth Henstridge, and Chloe Bennet – went chic in a black and white suits for [...]
Marvel Black Panther could blow one of history’s greatest lies right out of the water. The movie creates the technically potent black African city state of Wakanda that has somehow evolved without being touched by colonialism. Fantasy, right? Well, yes, in its comic book inventions it is. Show More Summary
One of the bittersweet things about seeing Black Panther is realising that the movie being shown in theatres isn't the long-rumoured four hour-long cut Ryan Coogler is said to have submitted to Marvel at one point. But there's at least one scene we really would have liked to have seen included. More »
Marvel vs. DC is a debate that keeps on giving. It's been filtered through every medium imaginable and, in recent years, played out in grand fashion at the movies. However, while Marvel Studios has had a very impressive string of critical and commercial successes, DC Films has struggled to do the same. More »
Marvel artists have revealed concept art for Killmonger's suit in Black Panther.
'Black Panther' is set to clear another $100 million in its seconds weekend in theaters, and that could lead to more box office records for the Marvel hit.
While the DC Extended Universe attempted to play catch up with big ensemble projects like Suicide Squad and Justice League, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has remained the top dog in the genre
"Cinema lies. Sport does not." That's the quote, from Godard, that bookends this film and it encapsulates the entire concept of this marvelous documentary. In the Realm of Perfection is a worth-discovering film made by French filmmaker Julien Faraut, and is made up entirely of footage filmed in the 1980s by Gil De Kermadec. Show More Summary
The biggest problem with the Marvel Cinematic Universe is its villains. "Black Panther" has been praised for having one of the best villains in the universe (and in movie history). Loki, who fluctuates loyalty so often it's hard to keep up, is another great example. But many of the other villains aren't exactly compelling. Show More Summary
Black Panther really is as good as they say it is, and the number one reason I like it so much is that it’s a game-changer for the entire Marvel universe we saw so far — but I won’t spoil it for you. On the other hand, Game Night and Annihilation open this weekend, with the second one being the more exciting of the two. Show More Summary
Black Panther Is Still Here Breaking Records Black Panther is the cultural event of a lifetime, and that’s surely reflecting in their box office numbers. According to comicbook.com, after posting insane totals at the box office each of the
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Because the Black Panther has been kicking arse and taking names in Marvel's comics for over 50 years, it was inevitable that more than a handful of iconic moments from the books would make it into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. More »
Marvel's blockbuster honored African heritage while also nodding to another native people.
After more than a half-century of doggedly dodging trendiness; Dan Tana’s is still packing them in, and stuffing ‘em full of red sauce classics. And it’s as marvelous as ever!
Washington-area journalist and author Jesse Holland loved “Black Panther” comics as a kid. Then Marvel asked him to write a novel for the movie.