In this discussion, I'm going to give two specific reasons as to why it's completely fine to both enjoy Marvel and DC equally. Along with reading through the lines as to why picking sides isn't needed. Hit the jump and check it out..
TheIncredibleHulksta here, ready to lay out my theories as to what the next few years will hold for the blockbuster Marvel franchise. Read on true believers.
Some of Gotham's leading ladies in awesome looking advertisements for their own products.
In which I explain my top 20 (or so) MCU movie posters…
Several months ago, Marvel presented the opportunity for fans to choose the most iconic and important stories in the publisher's history for their 75th Anniversary Omnibus. Well, the results are in! Check out the full list, including Amazing Fantasy #15, Days of Future Past and more!
Nova #19 sees Sam Alexander reeling from the revelation of his father as murderer rather than hero, which drives him to join Rocket Raccoon on a quest for the truth about who his father really was.
Original Sin #6 continues to deliver solid story and great character development, which is enough to win over readers, but still lacks in both action and new revelations.
Remember how everyone thought Young justice was coming back?
Kitty Pryde and Doop are stuck in a position that they cant get out of, or they can't run for help! But what Doop really wants to know is whether or not Kitty Pryde accept his "proposal of marriage". Hit the jump to check it out!
Earth's Mightiest Heroes have major changes ahead when Avengers NOW! touches down this fall! See the new Avengers main team lineup and Vote in the Poll for your biggest surprise team member.
We already know about his youth and his adulthood. But what about his childhood? Victor Caffagi, a marvelous brazilian author, brought us 140 strips about the early years of Peter Parker, before he even dream about fighting against bad guys and be popular among girls.
I know when you see the word Ragnarök, you instantly think of a possible name of Thor's third film. But this has nothing to do with Marvel's Thor or their phase three. But that certainly shouldn't stop you from hitting the jump and checking out Walter Simonson's Ragnarok #1
Writer Geoff Johns (Forever Evil) with artists John Romita, Jr. (Amazing Spider-Man) and Klaus Janson (The Dark Knight Returns) kicked off their run on the Man of Steel, introducing a brand new ally to the mythos in the form of Ulysses. Hit the jump to preview the next issue!
Uncanny X-Men #23 was a near flawless Original Sin tie-in that contained the right amount of character development and plot movement, still managing to entertain readers despite being light on action.
Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso was quizzed on the massive overhauls for Thor, Captain America and Iron Man announced this week, stating that the female Thor comes about thanks to Original Sin, Superior Iron Man of AXIS and our new Cap is all about Sam Wilson.