Posts Tagged ‘Marvel’
A few hours ago, there were no Spider-Man: Homecoming trailers. Now there are two. The American trailer made its debut Thursday evening during Jimmy Kimmel Live. Remember when Sony used to pack the entire film into their Spider-Man trailers so there were almost no surprises on opening day? Well, Disney must have tugged at the […]
In their latest trailer, FX reveals that they will show the debut of the new Marvel’s upcoming X-Men-based television series “Legion” on February 8, 2017…
Marvel Comics have released their advance solicitations for February 2017. Monsters Unleashed and Inhumans vs. X-Men rage on unabated, comics get “corner box” variant covers painted by Joe Jusko, and Darth Maul’s mini-series kicks off.
Chelsea Cain, former columnist for The Oregonian and best-selling novel writer, has been trying her hand at the comics industry for the past eight months, penning the scripts for a new series based around the SHIELD spy Mockingbird. Unfortunately it only lived eight issues, and the eighth and final one was just released. Critics loved […]
Monsters get Unleashed at Marvel in January 2017, with the five-issue Monsters Unleashed mini-series kicking off and crossing-over into multiple other titles, while classic Marvel Monsters comics get reprints. Deadpool the Duck also kicks off (yes, really), along with the Unstoppable Wasp and the U.S. Avengers.
It’s happening! They’re coming! Can you hear it? The ooga-chaka is rising! Marvel’s greatest superhero team returns next year (yes, they’re better than the Avengers, wanna fight about it?) and today the studio released the first teaser footage. It’s a little over a minute, but they’re all here: Star Lord, Gamera, Drax, newcomers Yondu and […]
After two seasons, ABC canned Agent Carter earlier this year, transferring its star Hayley Atwell to a bland legal procedural (ask them how that’s going ratings-wise….) But today we found out Peggy is coming back! Just not in the form we’re familiar with. During the Marvel Animation panel at NYCC, Steven Wacker announced Agent Carter […]
Marvel and Disney XD have kept Ultimate Spider-Man going for about four years, but it’s time for a change. Come next year, USM will be retired and a new animated series, simply called “Spider-Man,” will take its place. “Spider-Man is the biggest action hero in the world,” Disney XD vice president Marc Buhaj said to […]
Today’s Iron Fist panel at NYCC was mostly about that series, but one special surprise was saved for the end. To introduce a bit of new information for The Defenders, all four lead actors from Marvel’s Netflix lineup came marching onstage: Charlie Cox (Daredevil), Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones), Mike Colter (Luke Cage), and Finn Jones […]