Or X-Woman, if you’d prefer.
Because baby she’s a firework. So, deal with it.
It’s hard out there for a geek.
We went to see an X-Men burlesque and rap show, and it was actually pretty awesome.
It’s really such a shame Michael Jackson never got a chance to play Spider-Man.
Model, actor, LIFE-RUINER.
If you can ace this thing, you probably are a mutant.
From mega-blockbusters (The Avengers!) to junky schlockbusters (The Toxic Avenger!), take this quiz to see how well-versed you are in superhero cinema.
Producer-screenwriter Simon Kinberg explains why Wolverine was sent back and not Kitty Pryde; how Prof. X came back to life; and what this all means for the future of the X-Men. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS!
Just because they’re an allegory doesn’t make them special. What they’re really fighting for is to maintain the status quo.
A lifelong X-Men comics fan and a comic book dilettante debate director Bryan Singer’s latest film, which finds the mutants traveling through time to prevent their extinction (and the internal logic that comes with that). WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead!
Now all he needs is an adamantium skeleton and mutant healing factor.
You might want a Superman in the streets, but how about a Batman in the sheets?
It’s time to find out exactly what kind of mutant you really are.
With great quiz comes great responsibility.
The X-Men fight for equality, but mutants are not all created equal.
The architect of our childhood turns 91 today. Here’s why we can’t get enough of him.
Artist Brian Lai created these portraits of Wolverine that seem minimalist at first. However, when photos of the sketches are inverted, incredible details are revealed.
Plus eight reasons why Black Friday and Cyber Monday are overrated, 10 incredible bike hacks, and BACON CUBES.
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?
As Tony Stark might say, “let’s do a head count here”.
Because he rocks these frocks and he’ll cut a bitch who thinks otherwise. When Disney acquired Marvel, David J Prokopetz commissioned the artists of Tumblr to make Logan feel right at home.
Costume changes! New powers! Even a death! And that’s just ONE of them.
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.
They are the best they are at what they do, and what they do is die and get resurrected. Over and over and over.
The ending really seals the deal.
“This is not something that I’m ashamed of, and it’s not something that anyone should have to be ashamed of, so why not share it with all of you guys?”