We may as well get this out of the way now.
Wilson Bethel, the man cast as Bullseye in the third season of Daredevil, had another chance at the Marvel universe in the past. It was a big one.
Just a week after it shockingly put an end to Iron Fist after a promising second season, Netflix and Marvel have pulled the plug on another of their superhero shows. The streaming service has confirmed that after two seasons, Luke Cage is canceled.
Over the past decade, bits and bobs of the Marvel movieverse have found their way back into the comics. Sometimes it works, sometimes it feels like an awkward mandate. But Shuri’s new comic manages to marry the best of both movie and comic worlds while making that blending a core arc for the Wakandan princess.
Daredevil season three is streaming now on Netflix (check out our review here!). Have you gotten to episode four yet? We really need to talk about how impressive a feat that was...
Last week, public location filming in the heart of New York gave us our first look at a brand new spider-suit in action for Spider-Man: Far From Home. While pictures from filming did give us a great look, Sony and Marvel stayed quiet on the costume front officially...until last night. Sort of.
God, this movie is a damn fine-lookin’ piece of animation.
Hey, gang! The main topic of today’s “Postal Apocalypse” is much more complicated than you might initially realize, so I hope you read on. If not, I also have an explanation why Star Wars Resistance looks so different, a much-too-personal rant about She-Ra and He-Man’s secret identities, and a question about the…
You can count on Scott Lang to make the simple act of rescuing a cat stuck in a tree into a gargantuan task—literally!
The first Ant-Man really kickstarted what has become a Marvel tradition of de-aging actors to play their young selves with some impressive VFX. But its recent sequel took that heady fantasy of turning back time to some uncanny levels with its flashback scenes starring Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer as Hank Pym…
The Life of Captain Marvel has been teasing major changes to Carol Danvers’ long and at times befuddling comic book origins. After bringing in a shocking twist last month, its new issue this week has lifted the lid on a huge new backstory for Carol—and she’s not the only one affected by it.
Back in 1986, I subconsciously decided I liked a new Marvel Comics heroine without actually reading any of her books. Her name was Dakota North and, 32 years later, I’ve finally read her series.
Next week, the excellent Spider-Man game for PS4 is getting its first piece of downloadable content. It’s a new mission that brings Felicia Hardy, the Black Cat herself, back into Peter Parker’s Spandex-clad life. But it’s bringing with it even more costumes, if you can believe it, including a pair right out of the…
If the Netflix Marvel universe loves one thing, it’s having defeated villains come back to haunt our heroes. And by the looks of a few moments in this tantalizing behind-the-scenes look at Daredevil’s return, it seems the show is taking a page out of Jessica Jones’ playbook.
Finishing a film, and especially finishing a film that might be (if very plausible rumors are to be believed) your last outing in a long film franchise, sounds exciting, right? Doing one last big scene, putting a capper on an incredible experience.
We’ve written about Venom’s, uh, for lack of a better term, highkey fucky subtext. But maybe we’re being close-minded, and it’s actually incredibly romantic. The internet seems to think so.
If you were one of the people incredibly excited by the possibilities left open at the end of Iron Fist season two, we have some very bad news. Netflix just canceled the show, making it the first Marvel show to get the ax.
The Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas just opened its doors and revealed Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years, a massive gallery show featuring brand new posters spanning the first decade of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
At New York Comic Con last weekend, Marvel Comics officially announced Shadow of Vader, a five-part Star Wars miniseries written by Star Wars: Aftermath book trilogy scribe Chuck Wendig. Except, the last two issues will no longer be penned by Wendig, as the author has just revealed Marvel has fired him.
Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe begins in July with the release of the Spider-Man sequel, Spider-Man: Far From Home. It’s currently filming in New York, which means lots of rogue camera phones hanging around, and one caught something very, very cool.