In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.
I really loved LEGO Batman and the sequel that brought in the rest of the DC Universe, so I've been looking forward to their take on the Marvel superheroes since the game was announced. Now, as we draw ever closer to the game's release this fall, we're getting a few more details about the plot and story of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes with a video that introduces you to the villains of the story. Dr. Doom, Hydra, Arnim Friggin' Zola, and, biggest and baddest of all, Galactus, the Devourer of Worlds.
Okay, yes, this is the least surprising surprise reveal in history (and one that's pretty easy to recreate with real-life LEGO sets just by wearing a purple hat and stomping around the house), but it's still pretty awesome. Check out the video and a few new screenshots below!
The Summer of Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger has produced its share of Marvel movie toys, but this September, Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum will cater to the comic versions of the toy heroes and their supporting casts with Marvel Minimates Wave 42 and the Toys "R" Us Wave 12...
With Dr. Arnim Zola set to appear in at least his human form in Captain America: The First Avenger, fans of disgusting evil torso faces everywhere have been squirming to find out whether the HYDRA scientist's robot form would manifest...
This week, Marvel is putting out a massive omnibus edition of Jack Kirby's 1976 run on Captain America, and if you've never read it, you need to.
That's why today, I'm going back through my archives to bring you the Most Awesome Moments from Jack Kirby's Captain America!I'll admit, as much as I would've loved to see him keep doing New Gods, OMAC and The Demon for another decade, I absolutely love Kirby's return to Marvel. This is, after all, the era of Devil Dinosaur, a book that famously began with an essay from Kirby about how he was planning to stick as close as possible to what little facts were known about that far-off era of dinosaurs that he termed "the X-Age," and then proceded to tell the story of aliens coming to Earth with a computer that founded the Garden of Eden for two cavemen before it was smashed to bits by an extremely angry Tyrannosaurus Rex. In other words, it was awesome.