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Before you go see Avengers: Age of Ultron – we’ve seen it, it’s a lot to take in by itself but also a lot of fun – check out Vulture’s recap of the movies that lead up to it, starting with the first Iron Man flick.
(PG-13 Language) The Avengers take on The Justice League in this ridiculously over the top cosplay battle from the guys at RackaRacka. Despite Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark’s wonderful toys, the Hulk’s fist is still our favorite weapon.
The debut trailer for Ant-Man assures us that Marvel is sticking to the formula that made a bunch of a-holes household names: equal parts action, comedy and eye candy. Besides, there’s this guy for the wilder stuff.
Our first glimpse at Avengers: Age of Ultron was heavy on the drama. Then we saw a smattering of humor. And now we have this reassurance that yes, the movie will meet its quota of lighthearted quips and nonchalant badassery.
From the looks of the latest trailer for Daredevil, it looks pretty great, as the blind, but highly perceptive Matt Murdock takes on the underbelly of New York to rid it of its worst thugs. Season one hits Netflix 4/10/15. (Thanks Jonathan!)
The latest trailer for Age of Ultron sees the days getting darker and darker as Tony Stark and Bruce Banners’s unintentionally evil creation wreaks havoc on Earth. And Thor asks a stupid question. (Thanks Brian!)
Lawyer by day, vigilante by night. This upcoming Netflix series by Steven S. DeKnight (Spartacus) is about Matt Murdock, who developed superior sensory perception after being blinded at a young age. Season one drops 4/10/15.
Stan Lee’s original team of superheroes is back for yet another reboot. This time, the focus is on the origin story of Marvel’s four young heroes and their new abilities. We don’t know much about their nemesis, other than it’s a “former friend.”
IGN made this polished chronological enumeration of characters who became part of the X-Men, from the fab five to the increasingly varied and confusing kids of the 2000s. Then there’s… nah, that’s all of them.
The latest trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron gives us more glimpses of Ultron and his Iron Man-like minions, Andy Serkis’ as yet unidentified character as well as the battle between Hulk and Iron Man.
Our first look at Marvel’s next summer popcorn flick, the story of a superhero who can muster tremendous strength, but only when he shrinks down to the size of an ant. Stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas.
Before you have a full-on nerdgasm, this isn’t a real film, but a fan edit by MR8866 & Alex Luthor (nice name), which envisions a universe in which intellectual property rights mean nothing and all comic book characters could freely roam.
Honest Trailers reminds us just how silly the concept was for what somehow became the most fun and popular movie of 2014. When you really think about it, the premise sounds like something that should have been a box office flop.
Marvel’s Agent Carter is an 8-episode TV series about Peggy Carter, a British secret agent who helped fight HYDRA during World War II. The show is set in 1946, shortly after the war ended and her love Steve Rogers disappeared.
Comics Alliance made this neat chart that catalogs the announced lineup of superhero movies from Marvel/Disney, Warner Bros., Sony and Fox. 2017 is crazy packed. We can’t wait for Black Panther and LEGO Batman.
The alternate debut trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron starts out with a lighthearted scene about Thor’s hammer. Perhaps this was supposed to be the original trailer, but after it got leaked Marvel rushed the other one out.
It’s official. Disney will release a limited edition replica of the Guardians of the GalaxyAwesome Mix Vol. 1 cassette tape. It will be exclusive to Record Store Day outlets from 11/28 to 12/31 and will come with a digital copy of the album.
The Honest Trailers guys do their best to disrespect what was actually a good movie that was overshadowed by two othergreat Marvel movies released in the same year. Though their Terminator 2 plot observation is a little too true.
Saturday Night Live pokes fun at Marvel’s successful movie adaptation of the relatively obscure Guardians of the Galaxy. A Deadpool & Moon Knight movie could be weirder than all of these. Unofficial YouTube mirror here.
Sideshow Collectibles’ Marvel 1/6 Scale Merc with a Mouth comes with 6 pairs of hands, 2 heads, 3 blades, 3 guns, and of course speech bubbles. The Sideshow exclusive also comes with a zombie head. Pre-orders start 9/25 for $230.
Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt gives a Cribs-style tour of the set that they used for the Milano, Star-Lord’s ship in the movie.The ship’s comic book name would’ve been more fitting of its owner’s character.
MTV points out the Easter eggs from the past nine Marvel Studios movies – Iron Man to Captain America: The Winter Soldier – from Stan Lee’s cameos, hints to future movies and numerous references to Marvel’s comics.
Freelance illustrator and diehard Deadpool fan Marco D’Alfonso loves to mashup comic book characters and covers with pop culture, often as submissions to Comic Book Resources’ contests. We’d share all of his art here if we could.
Whether he did it on purpose or not, YouTuber MR8866 satirizes bombastic, VFX-drenched summer blockbusters by combining just about every major franchise into one flick. Hollywood, just make this movie and get it over with.
Get a glimpse of Star-Lord’s back story, the villain Ronan the Accuser and some passive aggressive banter between Star-Lord and Rocket Raccoon in the third trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy. #GiveVinDieselanOscar.
Brandon Bird asked his fellow artist friends to make art based on the amateurish sketches in an X-Men coloring book that he found at a dollar store. Amy Dixon’s Jean Grey is the bomb, but all the Cyclops pieces are top notch as well.