Articles tagged with: Marvel
Though the Marvel cinematic universe is poised to have the Black Panther become a part of the Avengers, he actually first appeared in the Fantastic Four.
Civil War begins May 6, 2016.
Many cities have decided to forgo Columbus Day in preference of Indigenous Peoples Day, so we’re looking at one of the most popular Native Americans in comics.
Marvel had a run of Doc Savage comics from 72 – 74 and every two issues was an adaptation of a classic Doc story, starting with 1933’s “The Man of Bronze,”
This Man… This Monster is symbolic of the Marvel/Fox film rights flap with Fox trying to run the franchise into the ground with imposter FF characterizations.
Despite the throngs of doubters who thought that Peyton Reed, would never be able to pull off this film, he has delivered an outstanding Marvel masterpiece.
Writer Gerry Conway envisioned racial divisiveness (apparently programmed into robots) 300-years into this fictitious future. Let’s hope and pray he was wrong.
The red and the blue and the white and the gay (or Why Spider-Man should remain a nerdy, white heterosexual)
Nerds of all types continue to face many of the similar barriers that our friends in the LGBT community endure and we often have to keep our lifestyles a secret.
As far back as 1941 comic publishers knew that sharks on a cover would sell comics, but within Whiz #19 there is nary a trace of shark versus superhero action.
With the release Avengers themed Ant-Man posters we felt we should point out that he was a founding member – even if the films have ignored that little fact.
In decades worth of twisted comic tales, the Vision’s origin is about as convoluted as they come; but the new film streamlines the story in a respectful manner.
Age of Ultron’s overall awesomeness smashes its minor problems into the dirt with a gamma-irradiated fist. Marvel and Whedon have once again done the impossible.
Every Sunday morning we showcase a classic comic cover, complete with compelling pop culture commentary, for your cordial contemplation. It’s the Classic Comic Cover Corner!
Menace #5 – July, 1953
Cover Art by Bill Everett
If there’s one …
This would be the perfect story for Drew Goddard to bring to life on the big screen, where Peter Parker has to deal with having grown two extra sets of arms.