The original Fantastic Four movie was supposedly only made to help a German film company retain rights to the characters—but no one told the director.
In the new Marvel film, the hero's central power isn't shrinking. It's whiteness.
Antiheroes are just dicks who act in self-interest; heroes are the guys who actually get shit done.
Alexander Eudier looks at the West's benevolence towards Africa by photographing people dressed up as Marvel characters.
Free-to-play games can be evil things indeed, but Marvel's range of titles aren't likely to bankrupt you. Also, they're actually quite good.
You're Superman, hooray! Only, a garden-variety thug just killed you. That ain't right.
It's the purest, most confident comic game of the last 15 years, from a time when fantasy truly trumped brooding.
The fresco of the Flash, Batman, Superman, and Superwoman having sex with Wonder Woman caused a scandal after being on the wall for 14 years.
For the past two years, Montreal's streets have been patrolled by a short, slim, vegan, queer radical feminist crusader named LightStep.
Last we heard, he was a fashion blogger and muscular dystrophy sufferer, receiving 24-hour care. He's now a menswear designer, and we caught up with him ahead of his first runway show.
Despite some people thinking Comic-Con is the worst place ever, it's actually a fantastic spectacle of well-made costumes, nerd comradery, free drinks. There are free drinks!
The new Batman costume, X-Men Oculus Rift, a Fight Club 2 graphic novel, Street Fighter cosplay and so much more await you inside!
The San Diego Comic-Con has been going on since 1970, and it used to be my favorite time of the year. But in the last few years, it's become almost unbearable for everyone who isn't a celebrity or an industry professional.
Comic book superstar Ed Piskor has illustrated American Splenor comics and designed characters for Adult Swim's Mongo Wrestling Alliance. He's pretty much the shit, so when he told us about a comic book he drew when he was a kid, we were lik…
Did you know that not only have many comic book characters encouraged people to vote, but more than a handful have run for office themselves? Instead of reviews this column is just images of comic characters who tried to become the Commander in Chief.