Since its launch in 2009, the stop motion animated Marvel Super Heroes What The--?! shorts have amassed hundreds of thousands of views from a responsive audience, but there's no competition when it comes to holding the title of biggest fan. Simply put, Ben Morse is the champ. In addition to his usual duties as Associate Editor of Marvel.com, Morse has been instru
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Jesse Falcon's been a fixture in the wider Marvel business world for years, acting perhaps most prominently in the eyes of toy collectors as Product Manager at Toy Biz, where he pioneered the now classic Marvel Legends action figure line
There are many reasons why conventionally athletic and competitive super heroes might latch onto the Super Bowl (or in Marvel's more neutral words, "The Big Game"), but the latest episode of Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! capitalizes on the cultural event's ability to bring the tights crowd together in a spirit of harmony. In the Avengers' case, however, Iron Man
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
New York Comic-Con is just around the corner, and it's not just the east coast comic book community that's counting down the days until the show kicks off - many of your favorite Marvel heroes and villains (or at least their action figure counterparts) are getting ready, too! The Manhattan-based convention is at the center of the newest edition of "Marvel Super Heroe
Marvel's animated "Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?!" Web series is known for its comics and pop culture guests, but this week's installment casts an especially wide music net with appearances from MC Chris and Coheed & Cambria's "Claudio Sanchez."
MC Chris and Sanchez both have pretty impressive ties to comics. Sanch
The Jade Giant and others want nothing more than to join the fun, but nobody seems to rival the Web-Slinger in terms of popularity - especially not M.O.D.O.K.