There's very few details available as of yet, but EA (who acquired the exclusive licensing rights for Star Wars earlier this month) are now moving ahead with plans for a video game from Dead Space developers Visceral as indicated by a listing for a senior designer.
A beaten, broken and mortally wounded Steve Rogers continues battling his way through Arnim Zola's "Dimension Z" as he searches for his adopted son, Ian. Hit the jump for a first look at Rick Remender (Venom) and John Romita Jr.'s (Kick-Ass) Captain America #7!
The final issue of Age of Ultron hasn't been released as of yet, but Marvel has already unveiled an unlettered preview of Mark Waid and Andre Arajo's Age of Ultron #10A.I.; an issue which promises to feature some big changes in the life of Hank Pym. Check it out!
In the following editorial, I take an in-depth look at the recent news that 20th Century Fox and Bryan Singer's decision to add Quicksilver to the cast of X-Men: Days of Future Past and how this will ultimately impact Marvel Studios' plans for the character in The Avengers 2.
We've seen a few different pieces of artwork featuring 'Angela' over the last few weeks, but this is undoubtedly the best yet! Hit the jump for a first look at Joe Quesada's variant cover for Brian Michael Bendis' Age of Ultron #10.
It may not be getting a video game tie-in on consoles like the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, but today sees the launch of "Metropolis Mayhem"; a 2D online game from Warner Bros. which allows players to take control of Superman above the skies of Metropolis. Check it out!
Jeff Parker's lengthy run on Dark Avengers (which was previously known as Thunderbolts before a "Marvel NOW!" relaunch and rebrand) comes to an end with next Wednesday's issue #190 and we have a first look at the FINAL issue in the series right here.
We already know that Bryan Singer failed to pay much attention to the source material during the making of X-Men, X-2 and Superman Returns, but check out what Hugh Jackman had to say to about him BANNING comic books on the set of the first movie after the jump.
Catwoman has infiltrated the headquarters of the Secret Society Of Super-Villains while the rest of her teammates continue trying to piece together what they so far know about them. What plans do they have in store for the Justice League of America? Hit the jump for a first look at issue #4!
There's chaos on the Helicarrier as the Superior Spider-Man find himself facing off against the Indestructible Hulk in part two of "The Chameleon Sanction"! Will Otto Octavius put down the Green Goliath once and for all? Check it out!
While he's apparently just one of many names being considered at this early stage, Attack the Block director and Ant-Man writer Joe Cornish is the first director to be linked to the third instalment in the Star Trek franchise which J.J. Abrams will be unable to helm due to his Star Wars commitments.
Jason Aaron's (Avengers Vs. X-Men) next big storyline kicks off in the pages of next Wednesday's Wolverine & The X-Men #30 as artist Pasqual Ferry (The Mighty Thor) joins the writer to tell the "Prelude to the Hellfire Saga". Check it out!
Today, it was revealed that Bryan Singer and 20th Century Fox have found their own Quicksilver for X-Men: Days of Future Past. Well, we now have more information as to exactly why they've made this seemingly antagonistic move towards Marvel and what this means for The Avengers 2.
After the jump, you'll find the first clip from Avengers Assemble, a live-action trailer for Bungie and Activision's Destiny directed by Iron Man helmer Jon Favreau, the Blu-ray trailer for Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters and a sneak peek at some upcoming non-CBM movies starring some BIG CBM actors.
It took three days longer than expected, but Star Trek Into Darkness has now passed $100 million domestically. However, with a Memorial Day weekend which includes the release of Fast & Furious 6 and The Hangover Part III, it won't hold on to #1 for much longer...