Marvel Comics

Doctor Strange Is Dull, Disorienting, and the Perfect Film for Election Week

Running through the Wikipedia for the original Marvel comic Doctor Strange, the same question occurred to me that does pretty much any time a new…
Emily Yoshida / November 8, 2016

The New Luke Cage Trailer Is Here and It Is Awesome

Marvel's world domination will continue on Friday, September 30, when the content juggernaut unveils the first season of Luke Cage, its newest Netflix original series.
Kyle McGovern / September 26, 2016

Fox Is Turning Stan Lee’s Life Into an Action Movie

Over the last few decades, Stan Lee has taken plenty of credit as the genius behind Marvel Comics, who created dozens of memorable characters that now fill…
Jeremy Gordon / September 13, 2016

‘Dinosaur Comics” Ryan North Has a Playlist for Squirrel Girl and Doesn’t Understand Alvin & the Chipmunks

Dinosaur Comics — a webcomic whose art has been the same single strip for 13 years — is Ryan North's teen. "I’ve been doing this work for 13…
James Grebey / February 18, 2016

A$AP Rocky Voices Falcon in a New Marvel Comics Game

Rapper A$AP Rocky is providing the voice of the ace superhero Falcon in a new Marvel Comics game. The app, Marvel Avengers Academy, recasts the company's most famous…
James Grebey / February 5, 2016

Killer Mike Wrote the Foreword to Marvel’s Hip-Hop Covers Collection

This past summer, Marvel Comics unveiled dozens of variant covers to their biggest superhero books that were homages to classic hip-hop albums, and they collected…
James Grebey / January 6, 2016

Marvel Comics Meet Hip-Hop in Amazing Classic Album Cover Homages

While recent Marvel movies might be celebrating classic rock (Awesome Mix Vol 1., anyone?) the current crop of comics are all about hip-hop. After kicking…
James Grebey / July 14, 2015

Run the Jewels Honored in Some Amazing Marvel Comics Covers

Killer Mike and El-P have upgraded from Run the Jewels to Run the Infinity Jewels. The dynamic rap duo's already iconic logo has inspired two Marvel…
James Grebey / January 16, 2015

Marvel Music’s Strange, Brief, and Totally Doomed Rock-Comics Revolution

In 1991, in the midst of his run on Sandman — now considered one of the most innovative comic-book series of all time — Neil…
David Grossman / March 12, 2014