Marvel fans have been chomping at the bit for new MCU content ever since Spider-Man: Far From Home came out last summer! Luckily, we’re closing in on the May release date for Black Widow to help get our Marvel movie fix.
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While sitting down with MTV to promote his new movie, Tom Holland was naturally asked some Spidey questions. One query centered around Marvel’s upcoming Disney+ shows, which feature several actors from the MCU films.
Marvel has announced that the 2017 anime series Marvel Future Avengers will make its debut on Disney+ this Friday, February 28.
Toys, toys, toys! That was the central theme at this year’s New York Toy Fair, as the name implies. The convention ends tomorrow but there’s already been a whirlwind of announcements from the likes of Funko, Lego and many more. Among those reveals were several exciting collectibles celebrating Stan The Man, so naturally, we wanted to share those with you.
Remember that time last year when Spidey was out of the MCU for a few weeks? Yeah, we didn’t think you’d forget as monumental a moment as that. Fortunately, that situation was resolved by the end of September, which was far, far too long for most fans.
February is Black History Month. We may be a little biased toward the House of Ideas, but what better way for comicbook fans to celebrate than by taking a look at five of Marvel’s top black superheroes?
If there’s one thing comicbook fans love, it’s mashups. Well, it seems the writers and filmmakers behind Marvel Studios’ final two Avengers films were having a lot of fun dreaming up hero-item combinations because many of their unused ideas have been revealed following the films’ releases.
Stan Lee was a romantic. His romantic notions were up front in most of the superhero titles he wrote for Marvel, from the Fantastic Four to the Amazing Spider-Man. These superhero romances were another way Stan brought his characters down to earth.
With the Fantastic Four movie rights now back in the hands of Marvel, rumors and speculation have run rampant on the development of a new FF franchise. One constant throughout all of the gossip has been one famous actor’s enthusiasm to portray a certain scientist who stretches: John Krasinski.
Sony Pictures just announced a date for an as-of-yet unrevealed Marvel/Sony film for 2021! That’s not too far off, True Believers! But what could the comicbook commotion be?