Marvel studios has just released the first concept art for next summer's tentpole Iron Man 3, showing off Robert Downey Jr. as our favorite genius billionaire playboy philanthropist Tony Stark partially clad in Iron Man's costume—and it's awesome!
We've been following longtime Marvel Comics editor Tom Breevort's excellent Tumblr page, The Marvel Age of Comics, for a while now. In addition to sharing images of original art from classic Marvel superhero adventures, Breevort's recently taken to showing us classic Marvel covers, before they were retouched by editors.
It's a good year to be a Spider-Man fan. Not only do we get to see the rebirth of the movie franchise in just a few days, but we get to have all the fun of reminiscing about a half century's worth of Web Head's amazing adventures.
With production on Iron Man 3 officially underway, we're all wondering just where the official start to Phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will take us. What new heroes and villains will we meet? What new set-ups might we see? Well, according to one theory, we'll run in to at least one comic book Avenger in the flick's traditional post-credits teaser.
We've been hearing for almost a year that Marvel might be getting set to add Guardians of the Galaxy to their roster of superhero flicks. Now we've seen some interesting documentation that points to a big Guardians-related something on the horizon.
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Want to know just how seriously Marvel is taking their slightly tweaked, cinematic universe? Look no further than this geek-tastic new infographic, which tracks things all the way back to when Odin left the Tesseract on Earth.
Even superheroes have off days. We don't see it in the comics, but they're capable of slipping up, making fools of themselves and being jerks just like the rest of us. For proof, check out one animator's chronicle of the foibles of the Marvel Universe.
As The Avengers rakes in millions worldwide, the comics community continues to discuss the treatment of comics creators by corporations like Marvel Comics, both now and in the days of Avengers co-creator Jack Kirby. So what does Marvel icon and former Kirby cohort Stan Lee think about the issue? It turns out, not much.
The 2003 Daredevil film that got made, starring Ben Affleck as Matt Murdock, was not the first attempt to bring the classic Marvel hero to the big screen. An aborted '90s version almost got off the ground, and judging by the script pages right here, it looks a heck of a lot better than what we got.