Has it really been 50 years since Carol Danvers became Captain Marvel? This summer, Marvel is celebrating the anniversary with five Carol Danvers variant covers.
If you ever wanted to know the origins of Carol Danvers and Captain Marvel without having to read decades worth of comics, be on the lookout for the upcoming The Life of Captain Marvel #1 from Marvel Comics.
I’m really curious as to whether Marvel is counting all previous Captain Marvel issues or all previous solo books headlined by Carol Danvers in their assessment that this book is #127. Regardless of numbering, though, Captain Marvel is lost in space, with no hope of return… Your Major Spoilers review of Captain Marvel #127 awaits!
The vagaries of the superhuman lifestyle are wild and unpredictable. Sometimes you get a new suit, sometimes new powers appear out of the blue.. Sometimes you lose your powers on M-Day, then get immediately bitten by a vampire. Sometimes, though, you have that full-on Dorothy Gale ruby slippers experience. Welcome to Ten Things!
There have been literally hundreds of comic-book companies in the near-century that they’ve existed, but if you say “The Big Two,” everyone knows what you mean. Still, in all those decades, Marvel and DC are bound to have hit on the same naming convention once or twice… But how about TEN TIMES? Welcome to Ten Things!
The Man Of Tomorrow and The World’s Mightiest Mortal have a great deal in common (especially if you ask Nation Periodical’s lawyers in the 1950s.) But there are a few things that make them very different… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Superman/Shazam: First Thunder #4 awaits!
We’ve known for almost a year that Brie Larson will play Captain Marvel on the big screen, but it was announced just yesterday that Marvel Studios has found two directors to take on the major motion picture.