Stan Lee did plenty that we can call “special” with his unmatched legacy of stories and characters which have successfully been featured in comics, prose, television and film. We can all celebrate Stan’s world-changing achievements today. This blog is not about what he did, but how he did it, i.e. what were the tools of Stan Lee’s trade?
Happy holidays! We’ve got a wealth of Marvel holiday-themed comics for you to celebrate the season – so much so, in fact, that this is our second article about them!
Happy holidays! We’ve got a wealth of Marvel holiday-themed comics for you to celebrate the season.
Marvel Comics and DC Comics dominate both the comicbook shelves and the arenas of film and television these days, but there are many non-Marvel and DC comics out there that have had lasting impact and influence on pop culture.
Siblings seem to be a recurring theme throughout the Marvel universe, so without further ado, here’s our top five list of the most powerful siblings in the Marvel comicbook and cinematic universes.
As 2020 approaches, fans look forward to Phase 4 of the MCU, which will be an unprecedented combination of six theatrically released films and seven to eight episodic television series on Disney+, as of right now.
After months of speculation, and after a rocky road of cancellations and changes, it’s now official that Marvel Television as a department, formerly headed by Jeph Loeb, is being transitioned to carry on directly beneath the Marvel Studios banner, under new Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige.
After a blockbuster year in 2019, with the three final MCU Phase 3 films, Captain Marvel, Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home, Marvel Studios is taking a slight step back in 2020 and only releasing two films, Black Widow and The Eternals, and one Disney+ television series, Falcon and Winter Soldier.
Hot on the heels of the new Black Widow trailer for the MCU, Warner Brothers dropped the first official trailer for Wonder Woman 1984.
The Marvel Comicbook Universe plans to introduce a whole new generation of young sorcerers that need instruction in Strange Academy #1, written by Skottie Young and rendered by fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos.