While making the late night show rounds for Transcendence, Paul Bettany stopped by Jimmy Kimmel for a chat. There’s the usual banter and movie talk, but then Kimmel asked Bettany about his role as the Vision in the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron. (more…)
Back in the hallowed 90s, Marvel Comics decided that one era of heroes wasn’t good enough, so they decided to take readers to the future, the year 2099 to be precise. Punisher, Doctor Doom, The Hulk, Ghost Rider, The X-Men, all had doppelgangers 100 years after the existence of the present day Marvel Universe, but naturally, the most popular was Spider-Man 2099. And because everything old is new again, we’re going to revisit the world of 2099 when Peter David brings the 2099 Spidey, and his alter ego Miguel O’Hara, to the present day in the all-new Spider-Man 2099. (more…)
If anything, this latest picture of the Green Goblin from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will remind young movie fans that it’s really, really important you brush and floss your teeth everyday.
Yes, that’s Dane DeHaan as Harry Osborn, a.k.a. the Green Goblin. Unlike his predecessor, Willem Dafoe, DeHaan actually looks like a real goblin. In others words, he looks super creepy.
Nothing lasts forever. Everybody knows that, including Robert Downey Jr. The man who has defined Tony Stark sees the writing on the wall and knows he won’t be playing Iron Man for the rest of his career. He also knows Marvel could – and will – go younger when finding his replacement.
It’s weird to think of a world where RDJ isn’t Tony Stark, huh?
How many Spider-Men have there been over the years? Well, get out your counting finger out because Marvel’s sticking them all in an upcoming storyline in The Amazing Spider-Man. Peter Parker, Miles Morales, Ben Reilly, Spider-Ham, Iron Spider, Spider-Man 2099… You name him, the Spider-Man of your choice will be there. But what kind of calamity could possibly require the intervention of every Spider-Man from every time and place across the multiverse? Read on… (more…)
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As Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. wraps up it’s inaugural season, it seems ABC’s semi-superhero related procedural as a few surprises (and definite fanservice moments) planned. Marvel.com has announced that comedian and life long comic book nerd Patton Oswalt with be making an appearance on the show, joining the likes of Bill Paxton, Adrian Pasdar, John Garrett and of course Stan Lee.
Stunt casting? Maybe, but who cares! It’s Patton Oswalt, I could watch that man eat Cheetos for 40 minutes and still be entertained. So who is he playing? Well that might be a little surprising to some. (more…)
The convention circuit is important for a comic book artist, a chance to meet and greet their fans, and see the effect that their work is having first hand, and David Finch is no exception. The man who’s currently drawing DC Comics’ big crossover event Forever Evil has had a long and storied history in the business drawing Cyber Force, Ascension, New Avengers and Ultimatum before transferring to DC in 2010 and helping to relaunch the company and drawing Batman: The Dark Knight for the New 52. Taking time out from meeting fans at Toronto ComiCon, Finch talked about his past, his present, his new favourite character and his secret to drawing a good Batman. (more…)
Just when he thought he was out, he decides to throw himself right back in. Now that the Marvel/Netflix Luke Cage series has been green lite, Terry Crews says he wouldn’t say no if offered the role. Why did he publicly take himself out of the running in the first place? (more…)