Though we're discovering what happened with Nova, Star-Lord and Thanos in the Cancerverse in the pages of Guardians of the Galaxy, Peter Quill's set to come face-to-face with the Mad Titan again in his solo series! Check out a preview of Legendary Star-Lord #4.
The third issue of Death of Wolverine finally goes on sale next week, and you can get the first lettered preview of the issue right here. After a confrontation with Lady Deathstrike, things aren't looking good for poor old Logan...luckily, he has some help from Kitty Pryde! Check it out...
Having recently passed a whopping $7 billion at the worldwide box office, Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe is one of the most successful movie franchises in history - and the current 'top dog' of comic book movies. Let's have a look back at some of the series' best moments...
The current roster of the Guardians of the Galaxy may have got their own movie earlier this year, but now Dan Abnett and Gerardo Sandoval's new series will reintroduce the original team to the Marvel Universe as they blast off on a new adventure. Hit the jump to check it out!
Coming in October, HobGoblin will try to prove that he is the King of all Goblins! Also, the HobGoblin you thought you knew inst there anymore! Hit the jump to check out Kevin Shinick's AXIS: HOBGOBLIN #1!!
A new featurette from the upcoming DVD and Blu-ray debut of Hercules starring future Black Adam Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been released, and it sees the WWE Superstar turned actor talking about the various weapons he wields as Hercules in the Brett Ratner helmed movie.
In the wake of the controversy surrounding a cover for Spider-Woman #1 by Milo Manara, Marvel has scrapped plans to have the artist create variants for two of their biggest upcoming titles. Hit the jump for more details.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns to TV tonight, and January will see the release of a new comic book series set in the Marvel Universe which incorporates characters from thee ABC drama. Hit the jump for a first look at Carlos Pacheco's artwork from the Mark Waid penned S.H.I.E.L.D. #1...
Marvel's Nick Lowe, Senior Editor on all Spidey related titles, recently discussed the upcoming event Spider-Verse with CBR, explaining the exciting tie-ins and teasing a big role for new fan-favourite character "Spider-Gwen". Also included is some brand new art from Oliver Coipel!
The other day we got our first look at Sharlto Copley (District 9) as Christian Walker and Susan Heyward (The Following) as Deena Pilgrim, and now Sony Pictures has released four new images from their upcoming small-screen take on Brian Michael Bendis' comic series.
Wolverine is going to be killed off any week now, and Marvel continue to tease us with the possibility that the Merc With The Mouth - who will make the leap to the big screen in 2016 - is also about to meet his maker! It doesn't sound like he has long left either. Hit the jump for details!
Marvel has released a new 75th Anniversary variant cover gallery featuring the Merc with a Mouth invading classic Marvel covers. The artwork has been redone by some of today's top artists. Check it out and see how different Marvel's universe could have been had Deadpool been left in charge!
Though the first issue of Marvel's head-spinning Avengers & X-Men: AXIS event hasn't landed on shelves, they've unveiled a textless preview of Rick Remender and Adam Kubert's second issue. Hit the jump to check it out!
The third and fourth issues of Death of Wolverine have been delayed, giving Logan a little more time before he kicks the bucket. In this unlettered preview of the final instalment of the series, we see a wounded Wolvie heading off on what will be his final adventure. Check it out!
With Ant-Man and Doctor Strange already on schedule, I summarize 4 new solo films I'd like to see in the MCU (non-sequels).
With this comic set to hit shelves on September 24th, a new four page preview has been released that features aliens, guns, and blood. Hit the jump to check out this new preview for Cyclops #5!
Marvel's The Avengers is the biggest superhero movie of all-time with a worldwide box office haul of over $1.5 billion. Ahead of the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron next year, this December will see a comic book adaptation of the first movie and you can get all the details right here!
Marvel have hardly put a foot wrong with characterisation in their flagship franchise – there have been a few exceptions to that rule, of course and most characters are as good as we hoped they could be in terms of their live action portrayal, but there are ways to make some of them even more awesome.
Showing moments of spectacular heroism or sheer ruthlessness, displaying new powers or invoking particularly awesome scenes from the comics could be ways to make that happen.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at some of those potential methods. Here are ten ways to make Marvel Cinematic Universe characters more awesome…
This is my idea to MCU. I wish you like it...
December is a big month for Marvel as AXIS and Spider-Verse continue and we've rounded up just ten of the best covers. Featuring work from the likes of Alex Ross and Simone Bianchi as well as characters like the new female Thor and Captain America, hit the jump to check them out!