Filming on Daredevil’s third season has begun, but Netflix is still rounding out its cast. Charlie Cox (Matt “Daredevil” Murdoch), Deborah Ann Woll (Karen Page), Elden Henson (Franklin “Foggy” Nelson), and Vincent D’Onofrio (Wilson “Kingpi…
Legendary comic book writer Peter David talks to us about his new series, Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider, what readers can expect, and how Twitter complaints helped mold Ben’s costume!
Superheroes are awesome because they can run faster than a speeding bullet and teleport in a puff of blue smoke. But they also have a special power that researchers are only now just learning about. It seems they can help disadvantaged children. Dr. Chris Fradkin, who spoke by telephone, said, “Superheroes can serve as tools to […]
If you like Marvel Comics and the rides of Disney World, you’re going to LOVE this.
Iron Man 3 could have been just like Iron Man 2, a $200-million mediocrity with characters as flimsy as Ivan Vanko was. The previous two movies, starring Robert Downey Jr. and directed by Jon Favreau, were full of sound and fury, signifying…well, $585 million and $623 million at the box office, respectively. But I have every faith that this movie will outearn them by the fact that it’s actually good.
It’s not easy being a superhero–or cheap, either. Superheroes like to equip themselves with the latest in high-tech gadgetry, a plethora of weaponry, and the best vehicles money can buy. Luckily for DC Universe’s Batman and Marvel Universe’s Iron Man, money is no object. But which of them has more money in his pocket at the end of another crime-fighting day?
X-Men: Days of Future Past is in pre-production, and director Bryan Singer is getting his ducks in a row. According to a recent tweet, Singer has three new ducks: He has just acquired the talents of Anna Paquin, Shawn Ashmore (both in X-Men, X2, and X-Men: The Last Stand), and Ellen Page (X-Men: The Last Stand), who played Rogue, Iceman, and Kitty Pryde, respectively.
A few months ago, Traveller’s Tales released LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes, a wonderful addition to the LEGO videogame series. DC Comics fans loved it for the ability to play through Gotham as Batman, Superman, and forty-eight other DC Comics heroes and villains. Marvel Comics fans, on the other hand, stared piteously at their consoles and mourned their lack of Wolverine. Mourn no longer. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes will be hitting your screen some time in Fall 2013.
When Hugh Jackman appeared in the 2001 movie X-Men, there was no doubt about it: Despite his towering 6’2 frame, he embodied the character of Wolverine. He reprised the role of the gruff mutant with a heart of gold and bones of adamantium again in X2, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, plus a cameo in X-Men: First […]
Marvel is whetting our appetites for the upcoming June 30, 2012, release of The Amazing Spider-Man. This four-minute trailer contains much of the footage from the previous trailer, but gives us more action…and better yet, more personality.