If you're having trouble with your holiday shopping this year, you can take comfort in this fact: everyone loves superheroes.
Been holding onto that old crate of comics, thinking they might turn out to be a nice nest egg in a few decades? Well, think again.
Sure, Marvel has managed to build a pretty awesome big screen strategy out of guys like Iron Man and Captain America — but what about the big dogs? Will the X-Men and Spider-Man ever make it back home?
If you thought Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield was bad casting, just wait until you hear what might have been.
Another Friday is upon us, so here's another awesome piece of cosplay to keep you entertained.
Willem Dafoe still hasn't seen The Amazing Spider-Man, but that won't stop him from labeling it a "cynical" money grab.
Looks like J. Jonah Jameson isn't the only person blaming Spidey for the ills of society anymore.
Superhero characters crossing over in comic books happens all the time, but in movies it's not quite so simple.
Superheroes have no shortage of representation on YouTube, but who's #1?
Sure, that Zack Snyder Superman/Batman flick is big news, but it shouldn't be the only team-up in town.