Recently an indie publishing house found out the hard way that Marvel and DC share a surprising copyright.
Marvel was playing with some pretty sweet concepts before they nailed down everything for the Avengers.
Image of the Day: Can you ID all 26 letters of the Marvel ABC?
Last week we told you about Amazing Spider-Man writer Dan Slott's reaction to apparent death threats he's received over a big development in the life of Peter Parker. Now Marvel Editor-In-Chief Axel Alonso is wading into the fray, and he's clearly got Slott's back. SPOILERS AHEAD!
Comic book readers are hard to shop for. You never know which comics they do have, which ones they don't, what writers or artists they prefer and, more importantly, which ones they loathe. But you've got money and want to make 'em happy, so why not go large and get them a life-sized prop from their favorite book?
As you might recall, all is not well in the life of Peter Parker. His body has been hijacked by Doc Ock and now he's stuck in the bad Doc's dying shell. Couldn't get any worse, right? WRONG.
Collecting toys, statues, artwork, limited edition chachkes and what have you from a favorite piece of fiction is a lot of fun. They help make that intangible love into something we can hold in our hands. But there's such a thing as getting too attached and, sadly, that's what happened here.
For nearly three decades now it's been impossible to see Jonathan Frakes as anyone but Jean-Luc Picard's "Number One," Commander William Riker. But there was a time before Star Trek entered his life when Frakes had a lower profile gig as another iconic sci-fi character. Behold, Jonathan Frakes: The First Avenger.
Image of the Day: Deadpool and Boba Fett visit Disney
Image of the Day: Incredible (and creepy!) baby Hulk street art