Along with Civil War, Planet Hulk, Armor Wars and many more, Marvel has added another fan-favorite comic series to the reboot list. After the Jump you can see Magneto leading a team of mutants (including Wolverine) as well as other heroes.
Bronies rejoice! Joining the live-action Jem And The Holograms flick that's currently in production, Hasbro plan to release a big screen animated My Little Pony movie through Allspark Pictures in 2017. More details after the jump.
The Red Onslaught has decimated Earth's Mightiest Heroes, so now the only ones who can save the Earth are...Earth's Mightiest Villains?! Carnage, Hobgoblin, Sabretooth and more all head into battle in this first look at Rick Remender and Leinil Yu's Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #3. Check it out!
It has been previously reported that the Eli and Edythe Board Art Museum on the MSU campus is hosting a party scene for Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman and now someone has contacted El Mayimbe with some more details. Come check it out.
The latest "Summer 2015" teaser from the Marvel mystery machine is Armor Wars, depicting a distraught Tony Stark and several of his Iron Man suits blasting the crap out of each other and New York by the looks of it. What the heck is going on? Your guess is as good as ours..
As Avengers & X-Men: AXIS turns the Marvel Universe on its head, Roderick Kingsley - the original and one true Hobgoblin - finally makes his return! Why is he back in New York? Well, if the NEW Hobgoblin (Phil Urich) has anything to say about it, he'll never get chance to explain...
With ten DC Comics movies set to be released between 2016 & 2020 (12 if you count the new Batman & Superman movies in development), it's an exciting time to be a CBM fan! Hit he jump to cast your vote on which of these highly anticipated releases you're most looking forward to...
Originally spotted at the New York Comic-Con, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics have officially released the cover for next January's Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. The movie puts the spotlight on Aquaman, as does the cover. Hit the jump to check it out!
Today saw the release of Charles Soule and Steve McNiven's Death of Wolverine #4, and yes, the issue did indeed see the fan-favourite X-Man meet his maker. How did it all go down? You can find out right here, but be warned, there obviously major spoilers for the issue ahead...
How about that then? DC have finally let the cat out of the bag and announced their upcoming slate of CBMs! From The Flash to The Suicide Squad, they all sound great. Hit the jump to check out Minty’s thoughts on the (potentially) best and worst upcoming DC/WB movies.