It’s probably some guy named Chris.
Watch three weird guys perform even weirder misheard lyrics from this year’s biggest hits. #starbuckslovers
Watch your back, patriarchy. These bitches are coming for you.
Were you most enthralled watching Captain America and Black Widow kick Hydra butt? Has Prof. X invaded your every thought? I am Groot?
With great power comes great f#@kability.
Nathan Edmondson came out in support of a campaign Black Widow fans have started for a Black Widow movie.
IT’S CHRISTMAS IN OCTOBER.
This is basically one big post of comics spoilers, so you are warned.
Turns out, Thor may not be the only one who’s worthy. But who is that mystery woman at the end of the clip?
Because who wouldn’t want to listen to Star-Lorde?
Penises can break. ‘Nuff said.
Astronauts fart… like, a lot.
Axel Alonso admitted to The Telegraph that male characters aren’t as sexualised as female characters, but claims Marvel is “making efforts to change that trend as it exists”.
Better than the original?
It’s hard out there for a geek.
There’s a new queen and reigning king in Coney Island. But what about Kobayashi?
For summer reading that breaks glass ceilings.
Time to find out whether you’re a badass spy like Black Widow, a genius like Kitty Pryde, or a straight-up goddess like Wonder Woman.
Cap and Black Widow are the most adorable BFF’s ever. They gossip and then, you know, also storm a cargo ship and annihilate some pirates.
With great quiz comes great responsibility.
Stock up on oversize briefcases, Marvel!
Thor 2, Iron Man 3, Captain America 2… *AHEM*
On Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Brett Dalton plays no-nonsense Agent Grant Ward. He sat down with BuzzFeed to talk about Ward’s softer side, Agent Coulson’s mysterious return, and what Nathan Fillion told him about joining the Whedonverse.
Orgasms brought to you by the power of Thor. NSFW, obvs.
This shit, they’re over it.
Even mutants and super-geniuses go to high school. And they have the embarrassing photos to prove it
WHAT IS HAPPENING? Major spoilers ahead.
You know, like NASCAR. Artist Roberto Vergati Santos imagines a future where capitalism intersects with caped crusaders.