Amazing Spider-Man #698 will be coming out in a few months and its writer, Dan Slott, has a message for every local comic shop out there—you haven't ordered enough copies! Why? Apparently, something HUGE is about to happen. (Some spoilers ahead!)
We've gotten some intriguing looks at the set of James Mangold's The Wolverine already, but this might be the most tantalizing thing we've seen yet. A new pic from the film's set reveals what could be a whole new layer of Logan's story, and a big X-Men connection. POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD!
If you've been following Marvel's 12-part superhero event Avengers vs. X-Men, you know there's the potential for an ending that could reshape the Marvel Universe in a big way. A just-released teaser image for the series' final issues definitely reinforces that, and reveals that AvX could mark a major reappearance. POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD.
Some new set pics have leaked out from the upcoming Thor: The Dark World, and we now have one of our first looks at an otherworldly locale that will be showcased in the Marvel super-sequel.
It's not uncommon for a superhero type to take a young lad or lass under their wing. (Even Spider-Man just got himself a sidekick!) A lot of sidekicks have gone on to be classics, loved and revered in the comic community. Then there are ... the others.
Peter Parker has been more or less a one-man show since his 1962 debut in Amazing Fantasy #15. Tomorrow, in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man #692, all that will change.
Jon Favreau, Kenneth Branagh, Joss Whedon—all huge names in their respective niches, but none of them (until recently) were really that successful in the realm of big-budget film making. But then Marvel got hold of them. And now, Marvel's looking to do it again and are in exclusive talks with James Gunn to direct the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Stan "The Man" Lee is best known for creating a plethora of Marvel Comics' most identifiable characters, but believe it or not he's not just a Marvel man. Lee loves all comics, including those produced by Marvel's rival DC, and he's even got a favorite DC hero. But which one?
When last we left them, Gary Friedrich, creator of Ghost Rider, was doing epic, litigious battle with the titans of Marvel comics. It seemed as though all was lost for Friedrich. He'd lost all rights to his own character and, to add insult to the injury, had a $17K fine dropped in his lap.
Just last week, we heard a stuntman spilled possible villain details for Thor 2: The Dark World, and now those details seem to be making more sense. Why? Well, word is the flick's getting ready to go underground. POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD!