Marvel released a teaser image for The Champions, the new series featuring the younger heroes of the Marvel Universe. The issue arrives on October 5th. Are you in for this series, and the bigger arc of young people vs. old people? via Marvel
If your sixth-scale action figure collection is growing, you really need to pose them in stunning action positions to stun everyone who walks into your Nerd Room of Doom. A new video from Sideshow Collectibles gives you the low-down on how to set up your Marvel’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron Vision figure.
Of all the variant covers we’ve seen over the last year, the cosplay variants seem to be the most exciting, because they show the craft of talented cosplayers from around the world on the covers of Marvel comics! It’s such great exposure for cosplay and the publisher, that it makes sense for Marvel to continue the variant line throughout the rest of the year.
If your Kotobukiya ArtFX+ statue collection seems a bit empty, it is probably because you don’t have Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man. The company recently put the statue on pre-order and it may just be the Kotobukiya statue you need most of all.
Tom Holland may have been the best part of Captain America: Civil War, as his youthful enthusiasm as Spider-Man brought a smile to our faces and made us want to see more of the actor as the wall crawler. Now we have our first look at the poster for the movie, and we want to see Spider-Man Homecoming even sooner!
Civil War II continues to stumble on its release dates, but that hasn’t stopped Marvel from announcing an eighth issue for the series.
Recently, the original cover art for Strange Tales #164, featuring Doctor Strange, hit the auction block, and by the time the gavel fell the original art tied the record for another Doctor Strange cover.
Spider-Man loves his team-ups and this week, Ghost Rider joins the LEGO Marvel Super-Heroes line as they take on Hobgoblin in the streets of New York City!
I read with interest that CW Seed is going to have the first TV show, albeit an animated one, that features a gay lead hero, The Ray. They’ve had quite a bit of success with Vixen, an African-American female hero, so I’m happy to see them moving in this direction as well.