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Go See Iron Man 3. NOW!

Go See Iron Man 3. NOW!

By Josh PeriloMay 3, 2013

Okay, you guys. I know it's early in the season and there are, like, a kajillion more summer movies to come yet,...More  →

7 Comic Book-Inspired Cartoons Better Than the Movies

7 Comic Book-Inspired Cartoons Better Than the Movies

By Steven RomanoApril 5, 2013

It’s a universal constant: For every quality flick based on a comic book franchise, there will always be two or three others...More  →

Rejected Iron Man Clones

Rejected Iron Man Clones

By Vadim NewquistMarch 25, 2013

The glorious Iron Man 3 Trailer recently hit the interwebz to great fanfare, eliciting enough drool from its legions of geek-fans to...More  →

Superman Couldn't Always Fly and Batman Used to Shoot People!

Superman Couldn't Always Fly and Batman Used to Shoot People!

By Steven RomanoFebruary 7, 2013

You don’t have to be a seasoned comic book fan to know that Batman deplores the use of firearms when going toe-to-toe...More  →

Real-Life Superheroes: Crazy Good, or Crazy Bad?

Real-Life Superheroes: Crazy Good, or Crazy Bad?

By Beth MishlerOctober 17, 2012

“We are using the iconicism of comic book superheroes to make a difference, inspire others, spread a positive message, and call attention...More  →

Alternate Opening to The Avengers: Better or Worse?

Alternate Opening to The Avengers: Better or Worse?

By Vadim NewquistSeptember 11, 2012

As Avengers fans brace for the release of its upcoming Blu-Ray treatment, Joss Whedon and the good folks at Disney Studios dispatched...More  →

Love Gun-Toting Raccoons? May We Present Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy!

Love Gun-Toting Raccoons? May We Present Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy!

By Vadim NewquistAugust 30, 2012

As movie goers and die hard geeks alike will have to brave a whopping three years before the Avengers sequel hits theaters...More  →

Marvel's The Ultimates Vol. 1: Ultimately Confusing

Marvel's The Ultimates Vol. 1: Ultimately Confusing

By Eric GarneauAugust 30, 2012

When Marvel Comics first launched their Ultimate line of books in 2000, they were meant to be a place new readers could...More  →