How the straight agenda ruined ‘Avengers: Endgame’
Marvel's obsession with straight romance is why several characters wound up with clumsy endings.
Is Jake Gyllenhaal’s ‘Spider-Man’ role a great big fake-out?
Jake Gyllenhaal's character Mysterio says he's from another universe. Why do fans believe him?
Marvel’s ‘The Eternals’ could be the weirdest movie in the MCU
Here's everything you need to know about Marvel's 'Eternals' franchise.
Fans divided over alien comic creator’s response to anti-abortion views
Some fans say it's that age-old 'artist vs. art' argument.
‘Strange Planet’ creator responds to Twitter uproar over his abortion beliefs
Nathan Pyle also says he supports the Democratic Party.
The internet’s favorite new comic strip ruined by old anti-abortion tweet (updated)
All good things get milkshake duck'd.
‘Joker’ is catnip for Batman’s toxic masculinity fandom
A gritty drama about a white male outcast? Groundbreaking.
Marvel hires director for ‘Shang-Chi’
Based on the 1970s kung fu comics, 'Shang-Chi' is Marvel's first film with an Asian protagonist.
Why Stan Lee’s Marvel characters are still beloved today
The SXSW panel also announced a new Filipina superhero.
Are Carol and Maria the Steve and Bucky of ‘Captain Marvel’?
Brie Larson says that Carol Danvers and her friend Maria Rambeau are 'the great love' of the movie.
The comics guide to ‘The Umbrella Academy’
Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá's Eisner-award-winning series is the basis for Netflix's newest hit.
How Netflix’s ‘Umbrella Academy’ found its eye-popping style
With distinctive styles for its cast of misfit superheroes, the costumes deserve a closer look.
Wendy’s defends knowledge of Marvel comics against men on Twitter
Even Wendy isn’t immune to toxic men on Twitter.
Review: ‘Buffy’ returns with a modern comic book reboot
The new 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' takes Buffy back to high school—with some interesting modern updates.
ComiXology Unlimited is getting the DC Comics and Vertigo libraries
DC Comics' library had only previously been available to read at will on DC Universe.
Kelly Sue DeConnick explores the mythic sensibility of her new Aquaman comic
'We come to water and we return to water, and that’s sort of core and essential to our psyches.'