It's almost criminal that we didn't notice Mightyfine's papercraft M.O.D.O.K. promotion that turns computer monitors into a Mental Organism Designed Only for Komputing Killing back in December when we were running our holiday gift guide posts, but better later than never!
Over the past week or so ComicsAlliance dug into the making of Marvel.com's premiere stop motion animated web series Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! with a series of interviews getting to know makers Alex Kropinak, Ben Morse and Jesse Falcon. It turns out we've been had, however, because the show's true writers are lead by none other than M.O.D.O.K. himself! Wh
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Not content to build a working M.O.D.O.K. shirt builder that casts AIM's famed Mental Organism Designed Only For Killing as some of Marvel's mightiest heroes, Mighty Fine have expanded their big-headed offerings across three more new tees. That's right, you can now shop for more than a solid week's worth of styling M.O.D.O.K. merch at their site. Hit
M.O.D.O.K. fans have been privy to a number of the mental organism's designs since his 1967 debut, but a few elements of AIM's construction have remained constant: a bad bowl cut and butt rocket propulsion
Earlier this month, Old Spice pitchman Isaiah Mustafa made an appearance on G4's "Attack Of The Show" where he revealed the secrets behind OS' viral campaign and laid out his desire to play Marvel hero Luke Cage. According to Cinema Blend, Mustafa would, in a hypothetical casting session, run into some competitio
With the exception of a scene where the Punisher explains his motivation through a complex analogy to a plate of vegetables, the "Marvel Super-Hero Squad" TV show has never really clicked with me -- probably because I'm a good two decades removed from its target audience. Even so, I've got to admit that it's full of surprises like a scene fea
With all the talk within the industry about a new "heroic" age in the works following DC's "Blackest Night" and Marvel's "Siege" events, it's nice to know something of a fun, cartoony age is already underway in at least two upcoming Marvel releases