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Against The Superhero Fatigue Argument

Article: Against The Superhero Fatigue Argument

Are audiences experiencing “superhero fatigue”? At the outset it should be noted in passing that this sickness unto death, this alleged superhero fatigue, is a year old argument. That would make it a manageable medical condition, this superhero fatigue. The studios have not, so far as I know, called a halt to all the superhero…

SDCC 2012 ends with a special delivery of Comic-Con toys

Article: SDCC 2012 ends with a special delivery of Comic-Con toys

This year’s pop-culture riot known as Comic-Con International may be over, but our pals at Hasbro made the return from San Diego a little sweeter with a special delivery that hit my doorstep at some point amid the West Coast nerdery. Newsflash: A massive box of toys is a pretty good cure for a red-eye…

Can We Get a Black Widow Movie?

Article: Can We Get a Black Widow Movie?

Can we get a Black Widow movie up in this? Most of the Avengers – Hulk, Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man – are bankable franchises. And fans of those franchises, to be sure, put their butts in seats to the record-breaking tune of a $200 million opening weekend, beating the previous opening record held…

Five things we’d like to see in Marvel movies after “The Avengers”

Article: Five things we’d like to see in Marvel movies after “The Avengers”

Now that “The Avengers” is a bona fide hit for Marvel Studios, the next question naturally becomes, “What’s next?” We already know that “Iron Man 3” will be the next installment of Marvel’s rapidly growing cinematic universe, but along with sequels for “Captain America” and “Thor,” there are a few more elements I’d like to…

Five questions “The Avengers” didn’t answer

Article: Five questions “The Avengers” didn’t answer

Unless you’ve been in a media blackout the last few days, you know that “The Avengers” broke all sorts of records this weekend. And while I’ve gone on record with my fondness for Marvel’s superhero team-up extravaganza, I had a few questions that went unanswered when the credits rolled in “The Avengers.” From the whereabouts…

5 Things We Love About “The Avengers,” No Spoilers

Article: 5 Things We Love About “The Avengers,” No Spoilers

“The Avengers” hits theaters this weekend, uniting solo-film superheroes Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and Hulk on the same screen in a cinematic team-up of epic proportions. You can read my spoiler-free early review of “The Avengers” that went up earlier this week, but just in case you’re still on the fence about Marvel’s blockbuster…

“The Avengers” review: Impressions of a Marvel masterpiece

Article: “The Avengers” review: Impressions of a Marvel masterpiece

Four years ago today, “Iron Man” arrived in theaters and kicked off a bold, long-term plan (by Hollywood standards, at least) that would see four different Marvel superheroes appear in their own solo movies, then unite in a single film featuring not just all of the previous films’ stars, but many of their supporting cast,…

Marvel offers sneak peek at “The Avengers” Super Bowl ad

Article: Marvel offers sneak peek at “The Avengers” Super Bowl ad

If you’re waiting with bated breath until the Avengers assemble May 4th, here’s a little something to whet your appetite even further. Marvel has posted a 10-second sneak peek of their “Avengers” Super Bowl commercial, and while it features all the standard characters, the most interesting thing about it is a quick look at some…

Our favorite comic book moments from 2011

Article: Our favorite comic book moments from 2011

In a year that gave us big screen blockbusters like “Captain America,” “Thor,” “Green Lantern” and “Transformers,” sometimes it’s nice to take a step back and appreciate the medium where these stories got their start. With the book officially closed on 2011, I and my fellow contributor, Matt Singer, thought we’d offer up what were…

Potential “Thor 2″ director candidates surface

Article: Potential “Thor 2″ director candidates surface

It sounds like we were pretty on the ball when we guessed that a TV director would be brought in to replace Patty Jenkins after she departed “Thor 2″ last week. A new report is saying that two “Game of Thrones” graduates are in contention for the position, though a reporter for Variety teases that…

Patty Jenkins leaves “Thor 2,” Marvel looks for a new director

Article: Patty Jenkins leaves “Thor 2,” Marvel looks for a new director

Well, that didn’t last long. Less than two months after she was announced as director, Patty Jenkins has exited “Thor 2.” According to Deadline, Jenkins’ departure had to do with “creative differences,” but the split hasn’t left her on bad terms with Marvel. In fact, the “Monster” and “The Killing” director will likely still end…

“Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” gets four totally crazy posters

Article: “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” gets four totally crazy posters

Ghost Rider is a stuntman who made a deal with the devil, rides a hellfire powered motorcycle, has a flaming skull for a head, and according to trailers for the new flick, “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance,” can actually piss fire. As a concept, Ghost Rider is delightfully psychotic, and the four new posters for…

Marvel’s “The Punisher” being adapted as TV show

Article: Marvel’s “The Punisher” being adapted as TV show

Movie-going audiences did not respond very well to big screen adaptations of “The Punisher,” so now Fox is planning on sending everyone’s favorite NYC detective-turned-merciless-vigilante to the small screen with a new live-action series. EW.com has learned that the studio is planning a TV show from showrunner Ed Bernero, best known for his work on…

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