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Domino in X-Men #39 by courtesy Marvel

Domino in X-Men #39 by courtesy Marvel

When will more X-Women make it to the big screen?

Even Negasonic Teenage Warhead is starring in a movie and she appeared in only one X-Men issue. (Well she kinda made a brief comeback in Emma’s psychic guilt nightmare)

All the recent photos of Mohawk Storm and Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse and the previously named-dropped mutant above in Deadpool has us wishing for more of the Women of the Atom to make the leap off the comic page.

With Fox planning more X-Men spinoffs and possible live action television series, we picked the X-Women we want to see the most: Continue reading


Deadpool & Cable: Split Second courtesy Marvel via Polygon

Deadpool & Cable: Split Second courtesy Marvel via Polygon

The creators of Cable & Deadpool are back for Deadpool & Cable.

Nothing like having a major motion picture to give you top billing!

Marvel via Polygon announced writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Reilly Brown will reunite for a new twist on the Merc With a Mouth and the cyborg mutant son of Cyclops from the future.

Deadpool & Cable: Split Second will be a six-issue digital first in Marvel’s Infinite Comics format.

Will the time-twisting tale with Wade and Nathan be “buddy bromance” or will the old rivals clash?

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X-MEN: APOCALYPSE Underground Mutant Fight Clubs

New Mutants #29 courtesy Marvel

New Mutants #29 courtesy Marvel

Will the Children of the Atom become gladiators fighting for their lives in X-Men: Apocalypse?

Underground arenas where mutants fight for their lives have appeared in the comics and may be part of the next film.

Director Bryan Singer revealed a new photo via Instagram with these

#eastberlin #1982 #fightclub #benhardy #angel #xmen #xmenapocalypse.

Producers revealed Ben Hardy will be playing Warren Worthington aka Angel aka Archangel and will be one of the Horsemen of Apocalypse. Continue reading


Fantastic Four #16 courtesy Marvel

Fantastic Four #16 courtesy Marvel

You’ve read enough about the latest version of the Fantastic Four.

Here’s where we start talking about the future of Marvel’s First Family. Yes, I don’t want to give up on the team that launched the Marvel Age.

Sony and Marvel reached an agreement that Spider-Man’s cinematic future will better by working together. Spidey will be swinging in the Marvel Cinematic Universe then his own film again. Is it time for Fox to let Reed, Sue, Ben and Johnny go home?

It’s too soon for another movie reboot. You might be saying the same thing about Spidey. What about a television series that weaves the FF into the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Continue reading


Invincible Iron Man #1 courtesy Marvel

Invincible Iron Man #1 courtesy Marvel

After disassembling and reassembling New Avengers, co-creating and ending the Ultimate Universe, leading an All-New X-Men revolution and creating a new Spider-Man why did Brian Michael Bendis want to take on Tony Stark?

Invincible Iron Man by Bendis and David Marquez will be the flagship book launching the All-New, All-Different Marvel Now after Secret Wars.

Marvel shared new art from inside the first issue and the writer made sure fans know this is not a reboot and he’s picking up on what’s happened to Stark before. Continue reading


Star Wars: Journey to The Force Awakens:  Shattered Empire courtesy Marvel

Star Wars: Journey to The Force Awakens: Shattered Empire courtesy Marvel

What happened in the galaxy far, far away after the Death Star was destroyed and the Rebel Alliance victory on Endor?

Greg Rucka and Marco Chechetto were announced as the creative team behind Star Wars: Shattered Empire.

Now the fan-favorite writer is revealing the characters in his new limited series along with a first look inside the first chapter on

When you’re young and you see Jedi,” series Rucka tells, “you can look at the happy ending and go, ‘Hey, it’s over!’ But you get older and you start to think about it, and you realize, no it’s not. It’s not over at all.” That’s the basis of Shattered Empire, which follows new characters Kes and main protagonist Shara Bey — husband and wife Rebels — as the struggle for freedom continues. Continue reading


courtesy Warner Brothers Entertainment

courtesy Warner Brothers Entertainment

Henry Cavill transitions from Superman to super spy in The Man From U.N.C.L.E. this month.

Could he become the next Bond…James Bond or will his Man of Steel commitments keep him from the 007 role?

Cavill plays Napoleon Solo in The Man From U.N.C.L.E. based on the 1960’s television series and returns as Kal El/Clark Kent in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016.

But fans are speculating if the British actor could be Daniel Craig’s successor in the James Bond series. Continue reading

GAMBIT Leading Lady Search

Gambit #9 courtesy Marvel

Gambit #9 courtesy Marvel

Channing Tatum is back on board with the X-Men spinoff Gambit from Fox director Rupert Wyatt is searching is on for his leading lady.

Rebecca Ferguson, Abbey Lee and Lea Seydoux are the front runners according to Deadline.

Ferguson is currently playing a British agent in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. The Swedish actress was the breakout star of the film. We even raved for a spinoff for her character.

Lee stars in Mad Max: Fury Road and upcoming Gods of Egypt and Neon Demon.

Lea Seydoux is starring in the next James Bond film Spectre and starred in Blue is the Warmest Color, Inglourious Basterds and Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Continue reading


Deadpool courtesy 20the Century Fox and Empire

Deadpool courtesy 20the Century Fox and Empire

Fans are still reeling after finally seeing the first trailer for Deadpool.

Rude, Raunchy and Red-Band.

Ryan Reynolds is back as Wade Wilson aka The Merc With a Mouth in a teaser packed with violence, dark humor, comic homages and satiric references to the actor’s superhero film resume.

But what about all those X-Men connections? Continue reading