Want to see five pages of unused Jack Kirby art for a 1962 Hulk story that never saw print? We thought you might.
One of the reasons Marvel legend Stan Lee has always been "The Man" is his dedication to fans. He's kept his door open to True Believers for more than half a century now. For proof, have a look at this remarkably candid (and lengthy) letter to a fan in which Lee reveals that Dr. Strange didn't always have a PhD.
Neal Adams is an award-winning comic book artist who's penciled everyone from Batman to the X-Men. He's also a tireless advocate for the rights of comics creators who helped Superman co-creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster win eternal credit for their character back in the '70s. These days he's trying to get Marvel Comics to turn over the same kind of credit to another comics icon: Jack Kirby.
It's been a few months since we've heard anything good about a Deadpool movie, which seems to be one of those frustrating, forever in development flicks that always feels very, very far away. But producer Lauren Shuler Donner promised they were working, and now Deadpool's co-creator says he "may or may not" have seen the evidence in the form of eight minutes of R-rated test footage.
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Lots of people have tried to lift the once-and-future Power Man from the comic-book pages: Actors like Transformers' Tyrese Gibson and Old Spice's Isaiah Mustafa have campaigned to play the Hero for Hire, while John Singleton was jockeying to direct. Now, he's finally going to get to walk and talk.
If you're a canny lawyer representing the creators of the Uncanny X-Men, how would you save your clients hundreds of thousands of dollars? You'd claim that Marvel's characters, whose comic deals with identity issues over their human nature, weren't human after all.
We were hoping that Thor 2 would be a good action-adventure movie. What we didn't realize was that it would also be a drama.
Apparently, sharing screentime with Avengers like Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth hasn't sated Johansson's desire for more adventures with Natasha Romanoff—better known as Black Widow: She's ready for her spin-off.
With Marvel releasing The Avengers next year and DC slowly but surely progressing to an eventual Justice League movie, we thought it was worth looking at some other collections of superpowered studs to see who else could thrive on the silver screen.