All the leaks and announcements from Marvel in the last two weeks has got me thinking... if they really want to do a Civil War story, then they need to develop a lot of backstory in the next two years. Luckily they have six TV shows and a few movies to do that.
So, after Age of Ultron rolls around...
So... in the last few episodes we've seen Fitz and Mack grow closer to each other and forming a bromance type of thing...
With all the questions raised by the Age of Ultron trailer and the Civil War announcements, can we have any idea what to expect? Click on to see what Marvel could have in store.
After releasing teasers for revisits of past events such as Civil War, Old Man Logan etc, Marvel have changed things up with an all-new event scheduled for Summer 2015. It seems The Inhumans will triumph over many of Marvel's biggest heroes if this image is anything to go by..
After helping out with rewrites on Marvel's Ant-Man script, Adam McKay (Step Brothers, Anchorman) is apparently talking with Marvel about directing one of their upcoming films.
EW have posted 4 covers spotlighting the various characters from Disney's upcoming musical fairytale, Into The Woods. There's our first glimpse at Depp as the "big bad wolf", as well as new looks at Cinderella (Anna Kendrick), The Witch (Meryl Streep) and more.
We still don't know what they mean, but the latest in a long line of Marvel teasers for next summer this time revisits Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's awesome Old Man Logan! Unlike many of the others however, this one is actually pencilled by the original artist. Check it out!
"Daisy, Daisy.." Christopher Nolan has cited Kubrick's 1968 sci-fi masterpiece as an inspiration for Interstellar, and this November you can revisit 2001: A Space Odyssey on the big screen. Check out the incredible new trailer for the re-release after the jump.
David Ayer's latest, Fury, is one of the best war movies to be released in years. Come find out how a Ayer's storytelling, combined with exceptional acting produce a tank movie that will blow you away.
Will the Purple Man eventually find his way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe?...and our hearts?
Marvel keeps being amazing. This time they have teamed up with New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai to introduce a brand new hero. Check it out!!
Jessica Drew (Spider-Woman) has been through many things in her young life, Shield battles, she was an Avengers, and now she's going to enter one of the most action-packed adventures of her life, the Spider-Verse! hit the jump to check it out!
When beloved characters get transferred to the big screen, sometimes the results are MARVELOUS.
Five characters I want to see added to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and a look into how and when that could be possible.Also this is my first article for this site. So go easy.
In March of 2012, Disney announced that it lost $200M on Andrew Stanton's John Carter. So, it should come as no surprise that Disney has allowed the film rights to John Carter to revert back to Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.. Come check it out.
Great Scott! 25 years after the original Back to the Future Part II, Hendo Hoverboards is taking off on Kickstarter, which presents the world's first hoverboard. After the jump you can see a test video of the project, as well as more info! Come check it out!
A new variant cover has been released for All-New Captain America #1 features the bad-ass duo of Rocket Raccoon and Groot. Hit the jump to check out this new variant designed by Paul Pope that will hit the shelves next month!
With the comic book world still reeling from the rumor that Marvel is adapting the popular Civil War comic storyline into Captain America 3, SauronsBANE looks back at some of the most recent MCU movies to see if evidence for this drastic turn of events has been sitting right there, under all of our noses this entire time...
If you can't get enough of the likes of David S. Goyer (Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance), or Fox studios (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), then you'll be excited to hear that they will be collaborating on a new film. Click the jump to check it out.
Marvel have so far teased everything from Civil War to Armor Wars and World War Hulks, and the latest classic event to be included in these is The Infinity Gauntlet! Can you spot any clues in the image released? Hit the jump to check it out...
The Spider-Man-related titles have been building up to a big event for the past few months now, and though Spider-Verse doesn't kick off until next month, a preview of Marvel's January 2015 solicits give us a new look at the event. Hit the jump to check it out!
If you want to dress up like one of the members of the X-Men then Superherostuff.com is the place to go. Here are a three videos, one each for Wolverine, Rogue and Gambit, and each has a simple costume idea for you to show your favorite some love, ok sugah?
Clark Gregg, our beloved Agent Coulson, has unveiled a variant cover for S.H.I.E.L.D., an upcoming series that will bring Marvel's Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D for the comics. And, well... You probably have seen a scene like this before. Hit the jump to check it out!
Recently we learned
that ol' Stoney Face would live on in a sequel, of sorts, to Pete Travis' Dredd
: an animated online miniseries from producer Adi Shankar based on the "Dark Judges" comic arc. See the poster and some images for Superfiend
after the jump.
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.