Marvel confirmed huge casting and character details for the next big screen adventure of Thor.
The God of Thunder (Chris Hemsworth) will return to face Hela, Goddess of Death, and a villain with a comic book connection to a Guardians of the Galaxy character which could explain why the Hulk is rampaging in the Asgardian’s new movie.
A new threat is forcing mutants into hiding but this team is defying the other X-Men and striking out. Young Cyclops, Iceman, Beast, Angel with the new Wolverine and Oya are forging their own destinies in a new series by Dennis Hopeless and Mark Bagley. When these renegades hit the road they slam right into a classic villain. Continue reading New Comics Picks for December 2, 2015
The All-New, All-Different Marvel Now will introduce a new Hulk and he’s totally awesome.
Marvel announced The Totally Awesome Hulk by Greg Pak and Frank Cho via ComicBook.com. This new Green Goliath is NOT Bruce Banner.
Pak is known by fans for his epic run on the Jade Giant including Planet Hulk, World World Hulk and introducing Skaar, Son of Hulk. The veteran writer is back and reveals how the team came up with with the latest adjective for the Marvel icon. Continue reading MARVEL’S TOTALLY AWESOME HULK
Avengers: Age of Ultron gave fans a globe-trotting, action-packed epic with new revelations about fan favorites, new characters and exciting possibilities for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The man who plays the Hulk is weighing on the outing of an X-Man.
It was just a week ago (not counting the leak a few days prior) that young Bobby Drake came out (or was he outed) in All-New X-Men #44 by Brian Michael Bendis.
Young Jean Grey read Iceman’s mind and confronted him on his sexist comments about female teammates saying he was overcompensation because he’s gay. Bobby and Jean eventually bonded and he did confess to her but wondered why his old self isn’t gay – or is he?
The Avengers reassemble for Earth’s Mightiest Sequel. (“Avengers Assemble!” is their comic book battle cry – for the non-comic reader.)
In Avengers: Age of Ultron, our heroes face one of their oldest and most relentless enemies from comics.Ultron is an artificial intelligence who can download his evil sentience into a legion of robot bodies.
A lot has happened since the epic battle with Loki in their first cinematic meeting so it’s time to catch up on our heroes and villains.