Explanation, with SPOILERS, of the two extra scenes in the
, with background from the original "source code"
of the actual Marvel Comics. Plus, who exactly forms Loki's
With the upcoming Avengers
, interest in the origin of the superhero team known as The
Avengers is at an all-time high. Here is a review and a look at the
very first appearance of the Avengers as a team of heroes in Avengers
#1, from Marvel Comics.
Reviews of the Avengers Movie are posting fast and furiously from the overseas showings of the film. Are you reading those reviews, or waiting to see the movie when it has the North American opening? Take the Poll!
Who is hotter: Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, or Chris Evans as Captain America? Or do you think Agent Coulson is the real hottie? Make your voice heard in this new Avengers Poll "Who is the Sexiest Avenger?"
The Avengers Movie contains several of the original Avengers. But leaves out several key characters. Who else should have been in the Avengers Movie? Take the Poll.
John Carter, Dejah Thoris, Woola the Martian "Dog." There are just SO many cool characters in the John Carter movie that I cannot decide. What do YOU think? Take the John Carter of Mars Character Movie Poll.
For fans of the original Edgar Rice Burroughs Mars books, the new John Carter movie hews enough to the literary source code to satisfy. And the fight scenes are cool!
Everyone knows about the Avengers, the Fantastic Four, and the X-Men. Ho-Hum. What OTHER Marvel Superhero teams should get the chance to entertain us on the silver screen? See the super-group options, and take the ComicsHistory Poll...
Detective Comics #1 in the New 52 is a lot like the old Batman, with a healthy dose of Joker gruesomeness and homocidal insanity. But what else is new?
The DC Universe and the New 52 Restart the Superman Mythos with an Action Comics #1 that is flavored with a strong dose of the original 1930s Superman character and attitude.
As DC reboots its superhero universe, Justice League #1 opens as the flagship book of this New 52 reality. Is this new Justice League worth reading? And will this new series help get a Justice League Movie off the ground?
Conan the Barbarian is a fun romp through the bowels of barbarism, sword-based revenge, and blood-sacrifice sorcery.
The history of Conan the Barbarian, from his early days as a pulp fiction anti-hero to his headliner as a Marvel Comics Character to the Conan movies.
The Many Faces of Catwoman features a look at the actresses who have played the feline femme fatale on television and in the movies from the 1960s to today.
A positive review of Rise of the Planet of the Apes with comparisons to the original Planet of the Apes films.