It only cares how strong you are.
In a San Diego Comic-Con weekend with a mountain of news, there's one smaller story that's been buzzing around the comics community.
After first playing a role in the "Justice League" movie, Aquaman is back with own solo adventure. Here's the very first look, revealed originally at Comic-Con
People work very hard to convince people on YouTube to click on trailers that aren't real. Sometimes their work leaves a little to be desired.
Gale Galligan's "Jon" imagines Jon Arbuckle as a humble cartoonist. He teaches a class on cartooning. He gets pre-dinner party nerves. He loves his cat and his dog. It's all there, but with a level of emotional depth and earnestness that somehow just cuts through the grease of existing in the year 2018.
New York's bulletproof vigilante won us over in the first season of "Jessica Jones," turned heads with his own show and kicked butt alongside his fellow Defenders. Is Cage still going strong in his second solo act? Here's what the reviews say.
Branson Reese's "Swan Boy" comics are upsetting and profane and weird and even a little sad — all in a delightful way.
Here's your primer on the *original* "Marvel Cinematic Universe."
It was hiding in plain sight, and yet it was almost designed not to be noticed at all.
"Deadpool" came at the right time to lampoon the ascendancy of the superhero blockbuster genre, and in doing so became one itself. Does the follow-up keep things fresh and funny or does it succumb to sequelitis? Here's what critics have to say.
Marvel Studios officially announced plans to bring 16-year-old Ms. Marvel to the big screen.
The late actress’s fierce, funny reporter made Superman and Superman II shine—and every Lois that’s followed has been in her shadow.
Marvel's heroes are back again, but with little of the subversive aura that once surrounded them. The Avengers today are led by Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America, Marvel's most conservative characters.
Haven't seen all 18 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Worried you won't be able to follow all the plot threads of "Infinity War?" Don't worry, we've tried to make things as simple as possible for you. Really.
The 19th film in Marvel Studios' cinematic universe pits all the franchise's heroes against their greatest enemy yet: a purple mo-capped Josh Brolin on steroids. Is it all too much or a genuine spectacle worth getting stoked for?
Normies: excited for Spider-Man in "Infinity War" this week. Edgy, brooding intellectuals: hyped for Sony's "Venom," coming this October.
From Superman to "Smile," Mickey to "Maus": Tracing the evolution of comic books by looking at the pictures, panels, and text that brought them to life.
One of Marvel's oldest franchises, the Fantastic Four have run into some bad luck when it comes to film adaptations over the past decade and a half. So if Marvel were to reboot the story again, could they fix it?
Need to make a big meal for your pre-"Infinity War" MCU watch party? Binging with Babish has you covered.
How we've criminalized a basic human need in order to target the poor, vulnerable, and homeless.
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