When it comes to trailers that send geeks like me into meltdown, San Diego Comic Con is the time and place to get them. So sit back and enjoy all the 2016 trailers in once place.Read More
A pair of tech geeks, Allen Pan and Grant Imahara have created two of Marvel's iconic superhero gadgets. Captain America's shield (with working boomerang-ness) and Iron Man's gauntlet (with working balloon-melting lasers). And the best part is? You can build them too. Well, in theory.Read More
Cause and effect in Marvel films is actually fascinating to look back on. We've reached the point at which most fans look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe like one single, sprawling, ongoing project. But going back and looking at individual movies, we see some pretty significant consequences of specific moments or outcomes in past movies.Read More
UK filmmakers Sneaky Zebra have unveiled their new project: a short film focused on the character of Luke Cage (otherwise known as Power Man) and how he breaks out of his unjust imprisonment, bringing unwanted attention to himself in the process from certain high-up interested parties.
We usually assume that most of our day today superheroes get their money through government funding, like Captain America, or though their successful, highly paid jobs, such as Tony Stark (Iron man).
After causing chaos in Liberty City, the shadowy agents of Tony Stark seek to get their technology out into the real world. Patrick Priebe of Laser Gadgets has created an impressive replica of Iron Man’s gauntlet.
US network ABC has just green-lit the pilot of a brand-new TV series set in the Avengers universe, entitled S.H.I.E.L.D., that ought to bridge the gap between this summer's billion dollar-grossing mega Marvel hit and its sequel, pencilled in for a May 1 2015 release.
Columbia Pictures and Marvel Entertainment have revealed a generous amount of tantalising, juicy information about the upcoming Spider-Man reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man, with the launch of the film's official website.