Following the success of the Avengers film, and with Iron Man 3 set to hit theaters next month, the characters who make up Marvels Avengers team are more recognizable than ever. Naturally, the publisher is taking advantage of that fact via merchandise, including the two t-shirts pictured above.
At 2PM Eastern on Sunday, March 10, Marvel announced at the South by Southwest Interactive conference -- among a bunch of interesting new announcements regarding the intersections between digital media and comics -- that they were promoting the digital comics medium, and their own books, by offering over 700 first issues for free through the wildly popular and borderline monopolistic Comixology cloud-based platform.
Kim Fung Wong and designer Ashley Wood's ThreeA Toys is generally considered a company for the collector's collector. From enormous mechs that look lifted straight off the battlefields of a post-apocalyptic future war to hyper-detailed fashion dolls armed to the teeth with stylish attire and weaponry, ThreeA's known for producing limited runs that sell out online before casual fans can type out their credit card numbers - and that's just for their original creations. Over the past f
A few weeks back we got a look at PPW Toys' CG mockups for their upcoming line of Marvel Mr. Potato Head toys, which is expected to launch this summer at specialty retails and online. While the line's Thor
Marvel's MAX line, the publisher's mature imprint, is making its digital debut. Previously absent from Comixology, it was announced today that the Marvel MAX titles will finally be made available exclusively on the digital comics platform."The MAX line is well
As games based on Marvel Comics characters go, you'd probably be pretty hard pressed to find many fans who'd rank EA's 2005 fighter, Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects, as their all-time favorite. The overly dark title was crowded with
Out this week is the first issue of Jonathan Hickman's obviously meticulously planned and apparently very lengthy run on Marvel's Avengers franchise. Avengers #1 -- by Hickman (Fantastic Four/FF, The Manhattan Projects) with a
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