TT Games is back with another LEGO game, this time dedicated to the Avengers, and therefore to the world of Marvel heroes. Very enjoyable to play, especially in cooperation, LEGO Marvel's Avengers remains along the same lines as the previous LEGO titles, but it is still fun to play if you're a fan of the franchise. Show More Summary
Photo by Phil Knott Marvel Avengers Academy is a new mobile video game that allows players to take control of younger versions of the Avengers as they build their own Academy for the budding superheroes to develop their powers. Today on Facebook, A$AP Rocky announced his involvement with the game, which was released today. Show More Summary
A$AP Rocky voices the superhero Falcon in the new Marvel Avengers Academy mobile game, as Spin points out. He’s on the voice cast alongside John Cena (The Hulk), Alison Brie (Black Widow), Kiernan Shipka (Spider-Woman), and Dave Franco (Tony Stark/Iron Man). “LISTEN TO ME SPEAK ON THIS GAME,” he announced his involvement on Facebook earlier […]
"Deadpool" turns 25 in style, "Spider-Gwen" hires Matt Murdock and the Totally Awesome Hulk would like a word with "Old Man Logan."
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Mobile developer TinyCo is best-known for its massively successful city building game Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff. A game based on Family Guy naturally skews towards an older audience, and now TinyCo sets its sights on the younger crowd with Marvel Avenger Academy. Show More Summary
Marvel‘s latest mobile game, Marvel’s Avengers Academy is out and has some interestingly well-known folks voicing the characters. There’s Colton Haynes (Arrow) as Thor, Dave Franco (Neighbors) as Iron Man, Alison Brie (Community) as Black Widow, and wrestler John Cena as the Hulk. That’s right, John Cena is the voice of the Hulk. WWE fans […]
Al Ewing is currently the writer doing the best work with Marvel’s Avengers franchise, penning two books—New Avengers and The Ultimates—that combine bold concepts and diverse casts to offer different takes Marvel’s premier superteam....Show More Summary
This morning we received a mysterious package. One the outside of the all red box were the distinctive logos for both Coca-Cola and Marvel. Inside were six mini-cans of Coke, each with one of the members of The Avengers on the can, along with a mysterious note. Continue reading…
We spoke with the game's developers to find out what happens when Earth's Mightiest Heroes are transformed into college-age versions of themselves.
The new mobile game has launched from Marvel and TinyCo, featuring an all-star voice cast portraying the heroes of the Marvel Universe.
The game allows players to interact with a variety of Marvel characters, who have been reimagined as students at Avengers Academy, a college for super heroes.
Will we ever see Tom Welling cameo on Supergirl? Which Marvel writer wasn’t convinced The Avengers was going to work? Which Batman star is going to cameo on The Big Bang Theory? How can you make some Captain America waffles? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Show More Summary
Last November Marvel and TinyCo announced a collaboration to create a new kind of superhero game, one where you created and ran a superhero academy where you would train some of the most beloved Marvel superheroes during their more adolescent years. We even got a humorous look at some young Marvel heroes on school ID
A group of LEGO enthusiasts built a 15,000-brick SHIELD Helicarrier using only stills from Marvel's "The Avengers" as reference.
There have been rumors that Marvel Studios has been going to turn Greg Pak’s hit comic saga Planet Hulk into a movie for years. It’s also been tied to Avengers: Age of Ultron, the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel, and now Thor: Ragnorak, too. But why are people obsessed with Planet Hulk getting a movie, when there are other, more appropriate Hulk stories available? Read more...
If you look at the full scope of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are few characters whose lives we know more about than Peggy Carter. In the early 1940s of Captain America: The First Avenger, we met her as the military woman who first saw potential in Steve Rogers. We... More »
Josh Brolin reveals he's about to meet with Marvel about the entire 'trajectory' of his Thanos role in 'Avengers: Infinity War'.
As far as villains go in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they don’t come much bigger or much badder than the Mad Titan himself: Thanos. The character has waited menacingly in the wings ever since the credits of The Avengers and will soon make his presence truly known to Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. Show More Summary
Tom King explains how he and Gabriel Walta's tale of the synthezoid Avenger melds horror, sci-fi, comedy and superheroics into a unique comic.