Wolverine’s finally dead and gone. However this isn’t a national tragedy, it’s cause for celebration.
With the news CBS’ Supergirl is looking for a Superman we decide to take a different take on it and think Supergirl may in fact be part of the DC Cinematic Universe, not the TV universe.
Are superheroes merely muscly men hitting each other, saving the day through force? Will the medium allow heroes to preach peace, not practice violence?
With the announcement of Spider-Man joining the MCU we discuss some potential problems people may have with it and some possible solutions to them.
John Diggle, could he be John Stewart? With the Arrowverse expanding rapidly, moving from a show deeply based in reality and isolated around just one vigilante, to a show set in… Read more »
Marvel reveals their All-Female Avengers team, A-Force! G. Willow WIlson and Marguerite Bennett unite most of Marvel’s leading ladies to kick some ass!
Examining the Onslaught crossover and its often overlooked role in providing many of Marvel’s greatest heroes a respectful farewell.
Dark Horse spent years not rocking the skiff and making sure they worked closely with Lucasfilm but in the end it was the money of Disney that took it away from them.
54 years after the Fantastic Four ushered in the Marvel age of comics, it’s time to reboot the company’s line. Why now, after all this time? Read on.
As 2015 dawns, rumours continue to link Marvel with re-launches and a line-wide reboot. Is this likely, and could it be a good thing?