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A fight to the death or the end of reality?
When will we see The Fantastic Four make their return to the pages of Marvel Comics? It's probably only a matter of time, but what version will see?
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. It's the next chapter in the Naruto story where the crazy adventures of The Hidden Leaf now follows the next...
DISCLAIMER: I know very little about X-Men past and present so if I say something horribly inaccurate don't hesitate to tweet @spud497 and correct...
Now that Miles has settled into the main Marvel Universe, who could the native Miles Morales be in Earth 616, and is he a friend or foe?
Going boldly where no crossover has gone before
The new indie series 'Evolutionary' hit London stores recently and represents the culmination of years of work for filmmaker Oliver Crawford. The concept, which first spawned...
So, Cardcaptors is making its way back to our screens and Batgirl is making is making her way back to live action movies. Though, who would win in a scrap? I think you could make decent 6-issue miniseries out of this at least.
I've must admit, I'm really enjoying the Superman DC Rebirth. It's safe to say that the Man of Steel makes one great dad and one heck of a family man. I've grown fond of the adventures of the Blue Boy Scout and his young son, and look forward to more.
You may have walked through your local bookstore and noticed something interesting in the comic section. More and more video games are getting the comic book treatment. Whether its Darksiders, Dead Space, Dark Souls, or Assassins Creed, games are getting their universes expanded.
The world of Marvel covers so many different kinds of genres, there's of course superhero, then you've got espionage, martial arts, weird science ,and then you've got lesser known genres like horror and western.
Giving you some time Ben.
Movies are expensive and flicks like The Flash will cost a whole lot of money to make so they're going to need to make the money up somehow to cover all the costs it'll occur, right? How can they do that? They'll just have to throw in some product placement to encourage movie-goers to go out and buy some stuff.
I mean Captain Marvel can get really cross. Or maybe I've just got too much time on my hands