From mega-blockbusters (The Avengers!) to junky schlockbusters (The Toxic Avenger!), take this quiz to see how well-versed you are in superhero cinema.
You might want a Superman in the streets, but how about a Batman in the sheets?
JSalvador’s SuperEmoFriends highlights the emotional side of famous characters.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios’ eight movies have grossed $5 billion in global box office, all thanks to one simple, radical invention: the mega-franchise. Can Hollywood catch up? And should they?
Thor: The Dark World opened with the best debut weekend for a Marvel Studios movie that doesn’t feature Iron Man — but how does it stack up at the box office to all other cinematic superheroes?
Where do I sign up? Artist Adam Levermore designed these awesome, patriotic Marvel Comics posters.
Orgasms brought to you by the power of Thor. NSFW, obvs.
Even mutants and super-geniuses go to high school. And they have the embarrassing photos to prove it
Police say the attack was unprovoked.
You know, like NASCAR. Artist Roberto Vergati Santos imagines a future where capitalism intersects with caped crusaders.
Bruce Banner has more personalities in his head than George R.R. Martin. Comic books are notorious for playing fast and loose with the origins of their creations.
This can only end in SMASH! As part of the Marvel NOW! initiative, this intriguing image was leaked.
In case you feel like canceling out any street cred you’ve built up for being in a cool band.
Adorable tykes and tots in delightful pop culture costumes. Plus some equally cute parents.
Iron Man and the Hulk team up to battle villains such as Zzzax, Abomination and more. Anyone else think Iron Man sounds more like Spider-Man?
And one super villain. When Comic Book Resources put out the challenge to add comic characters to classic King stories, the results were spot on.
The 80s were a strange decade. Nothing will ever be scarier than these helpful magic pencils.
With a great credit limit, comes great responsibility. Even the Earth’s most powers heroes are still subject to interest rates.
Also featuring a security guard who surely is a secret zen master. Why else would he be so calm and level-headed after watching a giant green Hulk fall from the sky into his building?
Mark Ruffalo, you are lookin’ good in that motion capture suit.
Earth’s mightiest and tiniest heroes (plus a few adorable villains) from this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego.
From Batcat to Superlizard, they’re all here to save the day! Using their special superpowers such as “the adorable glance of death” and “fluff-rays,” these creatures will rid the earth of evil — one vacuum cleaner at a time!
You guys needed to be more specific about Hulk. Aw, well. Hindsigh and all that.
You wish your vacations to find yourself were this epic. Hulk #7.1 makes me want Bruce Banner’s travel agent’s phone number.
Six new character posters for the upcoming Avengers film. I’ve also been told to refrain from calling Maria Hill “Agent Robin Sparkles”.
Honestly, who brings the undead to a Hulk fight? Red Hulk returns from Hell and he’s brought a bevy of new, rotting friends.
Apparently it’s called “Avengers Assemble” across the pond. Nice to see a little bit more about what this movie is about besides Tony Stark being a flawless human.
The best moment from last night’s premiere of “The Celebrity Apprentice” occurred when Lou Ferrigno took off his shirt during a team challenge and George Takei happened to like it. In his words: “I don’t know how old Lou is now, but what a treat.”
Someone get the man some gamma-infused laxatives, STAT. Sculpture found at a shopping mall in South Korea. (Seriously.)