What should we expect from Marvel's just-announced S.H.I.E.L.D. television series? According to show creator Joss Whedon, something that'll work as well for non-Marvel fans as it does for the hardc
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With Guillermo del Toro's Hulk taking its time and planned television versions of The Punisher and Alias not being picked up by networks, there's a Marvel Comics-shaped hole in network television right now. That's something that ABC and Marvel are said to be working on, however, with a live-action primetime spin-off of this summer's The Avengers movie apparently being dis
You might think, after successfully reinventing the superhero movie genre with a series that has just hit a high point with the multiple-record-breaking The Avengers movie, that television networks would be eager for a piece of the Marvel superhero pie. Turns out, you'd be partially wrong: Of the most recent flurry of Marvel properties vying for live actio
Brian Michael Bendis & Kelly Sue DeConnick and Lan Medina are creating a new graphic novel adapted from Richard Castle's Deadly Storm. But Richard Castle is a fictional author played on television by Nathan Fillion
Marvel is swinging for the fences with its first live-action television project since being acquired by Disney, putting forth a new TV incarnation of the incredible Hulk devised by two fairly exciting names: Gullermo del Toro, the director of the Hellboy movies, Pan's Labyrinth, and Blade II; and David Eick, an executive producer of Battlestar Galactica and creator of the spinoff, Battlestar Galactcia: Blood & Chrome. The pair will co-create the new Hulk series and co-write its pil
While Mark Ruffalo is set to smash as the Hulk in Joss Whedon's 2012 "The Avengers" movie and the Jade Giant is an important fixture in Disney XD's new "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" animated series, it seems fans will have yet another outlet to catch their favorite gamma-powered hero before long
The pages of Marvel comic books are filled with community-helping heroes, and now the publisher itself is taking a cue from its characters in an upcoming episode of ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
What was the uber-sensitive "Ghost Whisperer" crew doing at Comic-Con?
Consider how "Twilight" dominated this convention, "chick stuff" ruled the day. There's no reason why "Ghost Whisperer" can't have its moment, too.
My friends tell me I'm the worst person to watch LOST with. Apparently I'm too cynical, though I think with good reason. For one thing, the plot has gone too far and too wide for me to care any more about the mysteries of the island. And for another, the big "suprises" they throw at us every once in