Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage are all getting the Netflix series treatment. Plus, The Defenders in 2015.
What if superheroes were just a band of cabaret artists in Paris in the middle ’30s?
Turkish artist Berk Senturk’s “Le Cirque des Héros” series shows us how it’d look.
Gentlemen, you’ve been holding out on us. Artist Stjepan Sejic proves ladies don’t mind cheesecake as long as we get a slice too.
Putting the fun back in funny pages. All the spandexed awards to Comic Book Resources.
The Marvel espionage drama bears a lot of similarities to the early run of Fox’s now-departed Fringe — and not necessarily in good ways.
They were all so young, so carefree, so not dead. Artist Patrick Ballesteros has a real knack for capturing the spirit of childhood on paper.
The ending really seals the deal.
Plus what it’s like to break up with your football team, 8 people who were arrested while they were dressed as superheroes, and 18 celeb hairstyles you’ve totally forgotten about.
Who could look in those soulful eyes and still want to destroy the Earth? Illustrator Jenny Parks captures the personality of each S.H.I.E.L.D. member it cat form.
These are the heroes you’re looking for.
If you use a certain subway station in Tokyo, you might be met by a masked and costumed super hero. But he’s not there to fight villainous crime-lords; he just wants to help you carry stuff down the stairs.
The Erotic Lives of The Superheroes also describes the sex lives of Superman, Mister Fantastic, and Mystique.
This shit, they’re over it.
Why the 5,000-calorie diets and punishing workout routines actors go through to transform into a comic book hero could be more harmful than Kryptonite.
Self-healing powers and an adamantium skeleton are no match for people on the Internet.
With an author as prolific as Stephen King, it’s no surprise his universe is expansive — but did you know most of his works are connected to one another? Here are some of the craziest connections, from the surface-level to the ones you might have missed.
The tipping point is quickly approaching. Three Justice Leagues is two too many, and a showdown is only a matter of time.
The zombie apocalypse is officially here, and it’s bloody beautiful.
Also: Guardians of the Galaxy looks funny! And Captain America: The Winter Soldier looks good!
The show celebrated its 20th anniversary at Comic-Con, and based off of the fan reactions, we all want to believe in a reboot!
Warner Bros. just made DC Comics best bromance official at Comic-Con.
Riddick Smiddick. This is the news everyone will be talking about.
After all, there’s more than one kind of Amazon princess. Even if it’s only in cartoons, DC appears to be trying to add more ethnic diversity to their line-up.
You should probably print this post out before the Internet is gone forever.
In brightest day, in blackest night… These heroes would make great lanterns, right?
Even mutants and super-geniuses go to high school. And they have the embarrassing photos to prove it