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Marvel Character First Appearances
Find out what year your favorite Marvel characters made their comic debuts.
Review: 'Thor: Ragnarok' takes the god to funny heights
In the stand-alone films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Thor always seemed to get the short end of the stick. The Thor films were never as popular as Iron Man, and didn't gain steam like Captain America. They were perhaps a little too serious and a little too dull — none of which was the fault of
'Marvel Legacy' previews what's next for your favorite superheroes
Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso and executive editor Tom Brevoort tease big returns and new team-ups on the horizon.
All hail the king: New 'Black Panther' trailer drops
Marvel Studios has surprised fans with a new trailer for "Black Panther." Chadwick Boseman returns as T'Challa, aka Black Panther, the prince-turned-king-turned-superhero, who made his debut in last year's "Captain America: Civil War." This time around, much of the action appears to take place in
Eminem slams Trump in profane video, calls him racist
Eminem has unleashed a four-and-a-half minute profane lyrical tirade against President Donald Trump, saying he "came to stomp."
Lucasfilm Publishing talks 'The Last Jedi' and other new book releases
Director of Creative for Lucasfilm Publishing discusses new book releases at New York Comic-Con 2017.
Demetria McKinney gears up for release of her highly anticipated debut album, 'Officially Yours'
Singer and actress Demetria McKinney talks about the arrival of her first studio project and her role in "Bobbi Kristina" biopic.
6 things you didn't know about Mark Hamill on his 66th birthday
Everyone's favorite "Last Jedi" Mark Hamill turns 66 today and it's hard to believe Darth Vader's son is really in his mid-60s. He's still got along way to go to catch Yoda, who lived to be almost 900 years. But the "Star Wars" icon is much more than Luke Skywalker. For example, did you know he's
Marvel minds behind 'Secret Empire' tease returns of Hydra-Cap, Black Widow
Spoliers ahead for Marvel's "Secret Empire: Omega!" Marvel's "Secret Empire" comic event ended with the Captain America fans know and love returning to smash his evil, cosmic-cube re-written counterpart with Thor's hammer, showing that Hydra-Cap's "worthiness" was all a facade. But the scars of
Captain America confronts his evil counterpart in Marvel's 'Secret Empire: Omega'
The comic book's writer, Nick Spencer, and Marvel editors Tom Brevoort and Alanna Smith discuss where the hero goes from here.