DC & Marvel: What One Can Teach the Other About Television [OPINION]

When it comes to films, Marvel achieved near-perfect synergy. On the television side, it’s primarily squandered potential outside of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Most shows never last beyond three seasons. The sabotage is nothing short of disgraceful considering what DC achieved on their end culminating in Crisis on Infinite Earths. There’s TV side of the Marvel […]

John Byrne on the Colouring of the Sensational She-Hulk Omnibus Cover

John Byrne on the Colouring of the Sensational She-Hulk Omnibus Cover

This is how the John Byrne She-Hulk Omnibus is listed on Amazon, to be be published in April 2020, and collecting both of his runs on the series that broke the fourth wall long before Deadpool thought it would be a neat idea. It uses the original first issue cover by Byrne. But this is, […]

Marvel Legends Fantastic Four Series Announced at NYCC

Marvel Legends Fantastic Four Series Announced At NYCC

Fantastic Four Marvel Legends series by Hasbro have been announced at New York Comic-Con. The Fantastic Four are new to the Marvel Legends landscape but they were exclusive to Walgreens. This will be the first time we get to see the figures hit most major retailers. This Fantastic Four Marvel Legends set includes a total […]

“She-Hulk” Backlash: Why Fight When We Can Drink Their Tears? [OPINION]

Being a fanboy of pop culture can be quite toxic. Especially when you’re part of a marginalized group. Yes, comic books, films, and television shows are forms of escapism from reality and they tend to focus on protecting the underdog against the tyranny of evil… but it’s clear that that latter message gets lost when […]

“She-Hulk”: A Strong Casting Opportunity for Marvel [OPINION]

Marvel has a chance to make a strong social statement when it comes to casting the live-action adaptation of the title character She-Hulk. They could easily CG the actor who ends up playing Jen Walters, the cousin of Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), but they should seriously consider casting a female bodybuilder as her alter-ego. The […]

She-Hulk Annual #1

Does She-Hulk Need a Reboot? A Literal Reboot? She-Hulk Annual #1 [Preview]

She-Hulk Annual #1 is in stores next week from the House of Ideas, part of the Acts of Evil Summer annual event, from the creative team of Alexandra Petri and Andy MacDonald, and we’ve got a preview of the issue below… As Jennifer Walters faces off against a villain outside her usual circle: Bullseye! But […]

Marvel Legends Reveals Come Fast and Furious at Hasbro's SDCC Panel

Marvel Legends Reveals Come Fast and Furious at Hasbro SDCC Panel

Marvel Legends fans usually have to wait until Saturday afternoon at the con for the big panel to happen, but this year it was on Friday, and in a smaller room than usual. Nevertheless, it was packed. This is the main event of the weekend for figure junkies, and the Marvel Legends team did not […]

Making She-Hulk Sensational Again in Avengers #20 (Preview)

Making She-Hulk Sensational Again in Avengers #20 (Preview)

A preview of next week’s Avengers #20 is heavily She-Hulk-focused, featuring the Savage She-Hulk on trial, interrogated by someone who seems to wish that She-Hulk were more… Sensational. Just like her 1980s comic book series. Wait, is this a Marvel comic book or an angry YouTube video? She-Hulk isn’t pleased with this line of questioning… […]

Thor and Hulk, Sitting in a Tree, D-A-T-I-N-G?

Romance is in the air in Marvel Comics in December, and the solicitation for Avengers #11 promises a date to remember. Sure, the issue promises to deal with “the fallout from last month’s world-shaking issue #700,” but more interesting to those of us romantically-inclined is the subplot. It looks like, after their entanglements in previous […]

Avengers #6 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and David Curiel

The Avengers #6 Review: Not All it Could be But Still a Joyous Read

Thor and She-Hulk are Celestial-sized, the Ghost Rider has taken over the body of the dead Celestial, and Iron Man has unleashed an armor to match them all for size. Captain America, Captain Marvel, and Black Panther are battling the Horde on the ground, and Doctor Strange is shutting down Loki. It looks like the […]

Infinity Wars #2 cover by Mike Deodato Jr. and Frank Martin

Infinity Wars #2 Review: Gamora Against the World

Spoilers Ahead We look back to Gamora killing Thanos under the guise of Requiem. This wasn’t the last she heard from Thanos, though, as Gamora still hears the voice of the Mad Titan. Whether this is his revenant spirit or her hallucination is unclear. In the present (sorta) Doctor Strange uses the Time Stone to […]

Fantastic Four #1 cover by Esad Ribic

Fantastic Four #1 Review: Return of the World’s Greatest Comic Magazine

The Thing enjoys a day out with Alicia Masters, and the Human Torch attends a Mets game with Wyatt Wingfoot. Their days are interrupted when the Fantastic Four signal lights up New York. The Human Torch races to where the signal was shot from, assuming Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman, and their kids are finally back. […]

Avengers #5 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and Jason Keith

Avengers #5 Review: Final Stand Against the Final Host

Loki tells Captain America of the first Celestials to ever arrive on Earth, including the one that Odin and his allies fought one million years prior. The Ghost Rider arrives soon after to save Cap, taking Loki with them. The Final Host are in pursuit. Thankfully, the Avengers assemble around them. Doctor Strange, Iron Man, […]