ENTER THE WRECKER
ENTER THE WRECKER
One fan's vision of what 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' could look like. The episode is titled "Enter the Wrecker," and supplies an origin for the eponymous villain - and the introduction of Damage Control. Read More!
5 Avengers Ready For S.H.I.E.L.D.
'S.H.I.E.L.D.' is the perfect vehicle for Marvel to fast track quite a few characters into the MCU. Since 'The Avengers' is the glue binding the MCU together, here's a look at a few lesser-known team members that deserve a guest appearance - or two!
Fan Script: The Trials of Eliot Franklin (S.H.I.E.L.D. Wrecking Crew Trilogy - Part Two)
You've been waiting. Salivating. Finally, episode two has arrived. Who is Little Feng? What part did Eliot Franklin play in last episode's events? Why does Ward have a stick up his backside? Get some answers (and more questions) right here!
Editorial: Putting Hulk To Bed
People won’t stop talking about a live-action Hulk movie. It doesn’t make sense. Seriously, stop, it’s beginning to kill brain cells. Let me explain.
5 HYDRA Agents Ready For S.H.I.E.L.D.
When S.H.I.E.L.D. hits the small screen in fall, which Marvel baddies will show up in it? Nobody knows yet, but here's a group of HYDRA agents that could help make the spy agency a TV hit.
Fan Script: Marvel's 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' Television Show
One fan's vision of what 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' could look like. The episode is titled "Enter the Wrecker," and supplies an origin for the eponymous villain - and the introduction of Damage Control.
Editorial: Could A Fully-Formed Marvel Cinematic Universe Really Happen?
There's a lot of discussion in the fan world about whether a complete Marvel Cinematic Universe, including Spider-Man and the X-Men, is a possibility. Here's another take on it.
Inspired Comic Book Movie Villains
Supervillains are the catalyst for nearly every great superhero story and the hallmark of any great comic book movie is the casting and direction of the antagonist. Here's a look at some of the most inspired villains we've had the pleasure of watching.
LSSL: The Worst Comic Book Superhero Movies
Superhero films have become a dominant force in the entertainment industry, raking in billions of dollars all over the world. Unfortunately, the road hasn't always been paved with gold.
Friday Night Film Review: Tank Girl
Tank Girl is an American film based on a British graphic novel about an Australian punk rock grrl. It also features mutant kangaroos, one of which is played by Ice-T.
Editorial: It's a Fan's World
Life is good if you're a fan.
Comic Book Men, Talking Dead Renewed By AMC For Second Season
AMC's comic book focused block of programming to remain consistent next year thanks to the cable company's renewal of Comic Book Men and Talking Dead.
Dark Horse Releases New Animated Hellboy Video on Geek & Sundry
Dark Horse motion comics has released a new Hellboy video, "Hellboy: The Fury Part 1," on the Geek & Sundry YouTube channel.
Robert Kirkman Talks Walking Dead Issue 100, Thief of Thieves TV Series Development
Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead, talks about reaching issue 100 and where they are on developing his new show for AMC, "Thief of Thieves."
Avengers Manhatten Melee Caused $160 Billion in Damages
Disaster prediction and assessment firm, Kinetic Analysis Corporation, evaluates the damage done in the film's epic final battle.
Indie Graphic Novel Gets Indie Film Treatment
Phoebe Gloeckner's semi-autobiographical graphic novel, "The Diary of a Teenage Girl: An Account in Words and Pictures," picked up for this June's Directors and Screenwriters Labs hosted by the Sundance Institute.
COMICS: Avengers vs. X-Men to Appear on ABC's Once Upon a Time Season Finale
The popular comic is set to make an appearance during the show, but whether or not is has a larger role is yet to be seen.
THE AVENGERS Bump Boosts JOHN CARTER Numbers
The phenomenal success of The Avengers has helped Disney in more ways than one. John Carter numbers increased considerably thanks to superhero support.
Maurice Sendak, Famed WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE Creator, Dies at 83
Maurice Sendak, famous for his timeless illustrated classic, "Where the Wild Things Are," passed away May 8 from complications caused by an earlier stroke.
Gregg and Smulders Talk Coulson and Hill, and the Future of the MCU
Fan favorites Clark Gregg and Cobie Smulders discuss how their characters were handled, where Cobie Smulders would like to see Maria Hill evolve and how Clark Gregg sees the MCU expanding.
The Avengers Changed Storytelling
Kendall Whitehouse, Wharton’s director of new media, explains how comic book storytelling changed the game and how The Avengers is changing it even more.
Joss Whedon Talks Writing Avengers, Massive Egos
In a new interview, the director discusses how he had to approach writing The Avengers and why it took a massive ego.
Soundtrack: Comic Book Movie Music
The release of the first newly recorded Soundgarden song in 15 years was directly tied to the release of the largest movie of the year. This isn't the first time a musician has embraced a comic book movie.
EDITORIAL: Where Do We Go From Here?  (The Avengers)
The Avengers has performed even better than the most optimistic predicted, setting records we didn't know existed. What is it going to take to top it? Does TDKR even stand a chance now that we know what it is up against. If not, who does?
Lionsgate Secures Chinese Release For THE HUNGER GAMES
Lionsgate's coup to secure one of the limited foreign release slots means a larger box office haul than expected.
Friday Night Film Review: American Splendor
American Splendor is a true story about a guy that became famous telling true stories about himself. What sounds self-indulgent and egotistical on paper ends up being charming and touching.