Polls that take base and sophomoric thrills in the over-sexualized nature of comic book characters aren't exactly in short supply on the internet. But when someone chosen by Joss Whedon to direct a major Marvel film puts one together, people can't help but take notice. Uh oh.
Though Thor has been out on Blu-ray for a while now, it seems Marvel held onto a few choice nuggets to include in their massive Phase One box set. Among the goodies—an alternate scene from the ending of Thor that didn't make the cut. Want to see?
You may have heard that Hostess has gone out of business. Truly, a great tragedy which has torn America asunder. But leave us not to mourn our losses, true believers, but rather, remember the good old times by reading comics about superheroes eating Ho-Ho's!
Way back in the mid-2000s, when The Avengers was nothing more than just a big idea over at Marvel, they took a gamble to see if Robert Downey, Jr. could make Iron Man a mainstream hit. Lucky for them, and us, it worked—and now the franchise is one of the biggest on the planet. But did you know his classic armor and cool toys originally had a different look that didn't make it to the screen?
The best thing about Whedon's new Avengers-adjacent TV show based on secret organization S.H.I.E.L.D. moving ahead at break-neck speed is that we get more and more details seemingly every week. This time, it's the confirmation of two more actors and tidbits on the characters they'll be playing.
Think your Iron Man cosplay creation is all that? Guess again. Bow down and check out the unchallenged awesome in this amazingly motorized War Machine marvel.
After the excitement of seeing the wild trailer for Iron Man 3 subsided, we haven't had a lot of news about the eagerly anticipated sequel coming out lately. Luckily, Marvel International exec Simon Philips has opened up about a few juicy plot points fans can expect when this one opens in 2013.
Before Joss Whedon stepped in to direct this summer's successful little film called The Avengers, there was another big name director who was invited to pitch in on the Marvel Studios blockbuster film.
Since 1978, Wendy and Richard Pini's seminal fantasy comic series, Elfquest, has been released independently, through Marvel, DC, and made available again online for free. It has had toys made for, animations crafted, role playing games both PC and table-top played. Now it may finally become a feature film.
You just can't keep a good Marvel villain in one movie. In a badass crossover of gun-blazing implications, Crossbones may fight on far beyond The Winter Soldier. Here's how...