Ever since all hell broke loose around the massive Sony leak, one of the biggest stories to rise out of the rubble was confirmation the company was actually in talks with Marvel to potentially let Spider-Man join the MCU.
LEGO has finally assembled what every Avengers and LEGO fan on this side of the galaxy craves: S.H.I.E.L.D.’s awesome Helicarrier.
We always knew ABC’s Agent Carter was set in the wider world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but we didn’t expect many straight-up connections to The Avengers. Surprise, surprise.
The folks at Marvel seemingly pulled off the impossible by turning a stable of mostly mid-tier comic heroes into box-office juggernauts, but now the creative juices are starting to flow the other way.
It seems like every numbskull with a bit of sky above him is trying to fly a drone these days, but these guys have taken the hobby and turned it into something awesome.
Here's an awesome pre-holiday gift from Marvel featuring the Mad Titan.
Considering the tangled web movie rights weave, hell would probably have to freeze over before DC and Marvel teamed up for a massive crossover event. Luckily, this is the next-best thing.
Ever since Marvel went ahead and announced its release slate for the next half-decade, everyone kind of assumed it’d be leading to a super-mega-huge crossover. Well, not so fast.