It's been a good 24 hours to be a Marvel fan. The Web was invigorated yesterday with the first images of Spider-Man and Captain America as they will appear in new films, and we're excited to begin the weekend with an astonishingly cool new photograph of Chris Hemsworth as Thor. Directed by Kenneth Branagh, Thor becomes increasingly anticipated by we at ComicsAlliance, as each new image and piece of footage suggests what is likely to be the most epic and over
Hollywood: The first images of Chris Evans as a buff Steve Rogers (sans Cap costume) have surfaced. Evans is looking pretty jacked, if we say so ourselves.
Controversy: Tom Spurgeon weighs in on the importance of supporting Molly Norris, the cartoonist who has gone into hiding following threats from extremists who were angered by her organization of "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day."
Costumes: Did you know Darkwing Duck has sported nearly 20 d
While most fans acknowledge that there's at least a little discrepancy between the Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's "Sin City" and Miller's solo "The Spirit" films, few can argue that Miller lacks skill in crafting striking cinematic visuals. In keeping with
"Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" finally arrives in theaters this week, and having seen it already, I can tell you that Chris Evans is absolutely glorious as Lucas Lee. With his tongue-in-cheek swagger and hilarious line delivery, Evans could easily shoulder a film or two with Lee in a starring role
With Chris Evans starring as Steve Rogers in "The First Avengers: Captain America," it's going to take a while before we can say for sure whether or not he fits the part. But thanks to some Photoshopping and words of encouragement from one of Evans' future co-stars, perhaps we can start strengthening our opinions a little bit early