Let me just start off by saying that I’m not really going to be getting into the how this film relates to and is an important reflection/message to today’s political and social climate. It has been addressed by many other sites and for the most part, I completely agree with them. Instead, I want it to be noticed of how this movie tackled an important element to film making that Marvel has really accomplished in awhile…how to tell a great story. Continue reading Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ Knows No Bounds….→
Deadline recently reported: While Marvel has had a lot of TV success with the Netflix series and recently Hulu’s Runaways, Fox’s The Gifted and FX’s Legion, the track record of Marvel dramas on corporate sibling ABC has been mixed.
Let’s just start this off by saying this movie was great. It tied in amazingly with the rest of the MCU and really made me look forward to seeing more of Tom Hollands version of Spider-man. Yet, just like many marvel movies, it did have its flaws at points.
Deadpool 2 is currently filming in Canada, and fans have been gifted with a steady stream of behind-the-scene peeks at production, posted on social media.The Deadpoolsequel will be adding some highly anticipated new characters from the X-Men comics to the X-Men Movie Universe – but the most anticipated new addition is no doubt Cable, who will be played by Avengers: Infinity War star, Josh Brolin.
Shallow Graves attended Foxwoods ComiCONN 2017where we got anexclusive interview with Allen Bellman, artist from the Golden Age of comics. Allen once worked at Marvel in the 1960’s with the one and only Stan Lee! Allen currently enjoys travelling with his wife and still does commissions but for the love of doing it for the fans.
This June, Bobby Drake steps out into the cold with an all-new solo X-Men series written by Sina Grace (All-New X-Men Annual, Self-Obsessed) coupled with artwork by Alessandro Vitti (Avengers Arena, Secret Warriors) with Marvel Comics’ ICEMAN #1.
It’s been building for months, across a bevy of titles! It’s time to stand together against Hydra and the forces of evil, but how can the heroes of the Marvel Universe cope with this shattering betrayal by the most trusted figure among them? And what will this mean for the world?
Creative Director Bill Rosemann gets you caught up on all the updates on Marvel Future Fight
Marvel.com’s got a man inside Marvel Games.
For over two decades Bill Rosemann has a part of the Marvel family, from his time as a freelance writer for Marvel Age magazine, to marketing copywriter, to “Your Man @ Marvel” blogger, to writer of the Deadline limited series, to editor of dozens of comic series including Nova, Black Panther, Thunderbolts and Avengers Academy. Bill also helped launch the Disney Kingdom imprint and was part of the team that co-created the modern day Guardians of the Galaxy. Bill is now Creative Director for Marvel Games, where he uses his knowledge and passion for the House of Ideas to collaborate with partners around the world on hit titles for console, PC and mobile devices.Continue reading YOUR MAN AT MARVEL #18: MARVEL FUTURE FIGHT’S SECOND YEAR ANNIVERSARY→