Happy birthday to comic book legend Jack Kirby. We have the artist to thank for our modern imagining of superheroes, many which Kirby co-created with editor Stan Lee and imbued with human characteristics (the Hulk, for starters). The New York City-born Kirby’s surroundings influenced his vision of comic book rooftop battles, which were inspired by […]
Fans are ready to swing into action with the announcement of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Announced to be arriving in 2017, Tom Holland will take up the role of the web-slinging Spidey to fight villains. The only enemy that isn’t as clear-cut? The fact that he’ll be tackling high school while he’s at it. Show More Summary
Not that we really even need this, and not that it was a surprise, but Stan Lee has given his endorsement to the idea of casting Zendaya as Mary Jane Watson in an interview with the Toronto Sun, saying: "If...
Late last week a pretty substantial rumor surfaced suggesting that Zendaya’s secret role in Spider-Man: Homecoming is actually Mary Jane Watson. While neither Marvel nor Sony have confirmed or even responded to those rumors, it elicited...Show More Summary
And the apparent death of four classic Stan Lee & Jack Kirby creations.
Last week, fans were thrown into a tizzy by a new rumor about the casting of Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Some were thrilled, while others took more of a “wait and see” stance. And predictably, a handful of people were...Show More Summary
Ever since singer/actress Zendaya was cast for the upcoming Spider-Man reboot for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Spider-Man: Homecoming for a “key role,” there has been some speculation as to who she was going to be. Originally her character’s name was “Michelle” which obviously was a red herring. Fan speculated that she possibly could be […]
It was reported last week that the Disney Channel actress will actually be playing Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Here's what Marvel legend Stan Lee thinks of the news.
A lot of fans were taken aback when a rumor broke that Zendaya's role in Spider-Man: Homecoming wouldn't be that of a new character, but of the tried-and-true love interest Mary Jane Watson, a character who has traditionally been portrayed in the comics as a redhead. Show More Summary
Want to see concept art from Genndy Tartakovsky‘s abandoned Superman short? What is Stan Lee‘s favorite Marvel cinematic universe cameo? Did you know co-director Joe Russo originally had a cameo in Captain America: Civil War? Want to...Show More Summary
The co-creator of the Marvel Comics character recently offered his opinion on the rumored casting of Zendaya as Mary Jane.
Stan Lee has always been fairly vocal regarding his favorite cameo- as the military veteran in Avengers: Age of Ultron. But he's only recently explained why that specific role made it to number one.
The Marvel legend recounts his earliest days in the Golden Age of comics and teases his upcoming slate of cameos.
On this day in 1966, Peter Parker was confronted with the eight iconic words that would change his life forever, as Stan Lee and John Romita finally introduced Mary Jane Watson as a supporting character in The Amazing Spider-Man. Whether...Show More Summary
"Don't feel too bad about dropping the f bomb. It's a compliment of the highest order!"
Stan Lee. Not only is he one of, if not the most, influential all fathers of comic books, he’s also one of the great orators of our time. This is a man who was once asked if digital comics would replace actual comics and famously said “Comics are like boobs. They look great on a […]
Marvel legend Stan Lee explains why he loves David Ayer's recent anti-Marvel outburst in a new video on Twitter.
"Suicide Squad" director David Ayer ruffled some feathers earlier this week when he shouted "F--k Marvel!" at the flick's premiere. Ayer quickly apologized, but Marvel fans didn't take the slight too kindly, leading several prominent...Show More Summary
Gunn gave Lee's "Guardians of the Galaxy" cameo a thumbs up when asked about it on Facebook.
During the world premiere of Suicide Squad, director David Ayer dropped the old F-bomb in reference to his competition over at Marvel. While Ayer has already apologized for it, Stan Lee still has something to say about it.