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Marvel Character First Appearances
Find out what year your favorite Marvel characters made their comic debuts.
Will a superhero movie ever win a major Oscar?
With the exception of Heath Ledger 's posthumous Oscar in 2009 for playing an anti-establishment, grittier version of the Joker, the superhero genre — which is dominating the movie landscape at the box office — has been mostly shut out of the Academy Awards. When you add the rebirth of the " Star
Exclusive: How 'Secret Empire' Will Shake Marvel Universe to Its Core
After the events of "Civil War 2," the Marvel Universe's biggest and brightest superheroes are reeling at best. Things are about to get a lot worse. Bruce Banner (Incredible Hulk) and James Rhodes (War Machine) are lost and the incomparable Tony Stark is in some kind of coma, passing off the mantle
Dan Stevens on Everything You Need to Know About 'Legion'
"Legion" officially premieres tonight based off the Marvel Comics about a young man David Haller diagnosed as schizophrenic. It turns out that not only is David's diagnosis wrong, he's a mutant with incredible powers. There's a lot of buzz about this gritty FX show, but more questions than anything
First 'Iron Fist' Trailer Tells Origin Story of Danny Rand
The first trailer for Marvel's "Iron Fist" just dropped and there is a lot to digest from the show that follows in the footsteps of "Jessica Jones," "Daredevil" and "Luke Cage" on Netflix. This is the last standalone series for Marvel on Netflix before we get "The Defenders" later this year. In
One-of-a-Kind Comic Book Store Owner Gets Her Own Special Cover
On a rainy Wednesday in November, Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse, Inc. in Philadelphia was preparing for the release of a variant cover of "Invincible Iron Man #1." This book cover holds special meaning for store owner Ariell Johnson, because she is featured on the cover along with Marvel heroine,
Mahershala Ali on Embracing His Name
Ali appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his role in the "Moonlight."
Marvel Comics Writers and Editors Discuss Final Issue of 'Civil War II'
ABC News' Michael Rothman and Walter Hickey break down the final confrontation.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief on 'Civil War II': We Wanted to Force Readers to Take Sides
Axel Alonso explains the controversial themes behind the series with ABC News' Michael Rothman and Walter Hickey.
'Civil War II' Writer on the New Character, Ulysses
Writer Brian Michael Bendis talks about this pivotal character's journey in the final issue.