Take a look at the legacy of Mark Gruenwald’s Squadron Supreme, who are the stars of Marvel’s new Heroes Reborn.
This week, we’re looking at Charles Soule’s Dark Vader series, plus Kurt Busiek takes us back to the world of The Marvels.
Marvel Studios just released a lovely new video celebrating the family aspect of the studio’s films, along with news on forthcoming films.
Don’t be just a number! Help our E.A. Henson decide what The Prisoner Retro Action Figure he should kickstart.
Wynd is a wonderful spin on the well trod trope of the epic fantasy quest but with themes of discovery and acceptance folded into it.
If the first issue of Spider-Man: Spider’s Shadow is any indication (spoiler: it is), this is going to be one of the great What If? tales.
Trailer Time: Marvel’s ‘Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ brings superpowered martial arts to the MCU!
When it comes to both Venom and the King In Black mini-series, in the words of Spinal Tap, “How much more black could it be?”
Avengers: Curse of the Man-Thing is part body horror/part alienesque-invasion, and Steve Orlando and Marco Failla do a great job actually getting the reader invested in the action.
In Loki, we see the trickster’s escape with the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame leads to some time issues that need to be resolved.
Moviedom’s most terrifying – and beloved – xenomorph makes the trip to the House of Ideas with the first Marvel Comics publication of Alien!
Both King In Black: Amazing Spider-Man #1 and Black Knight: Curse Of The Black Knight #1 highlight what makes each character enduring.