Is it just me or does a classic sequence from The Avengers issue 4 have a resemblance to a scene in Avengers: Infinity War? Just swapping submarines for spaceships and floating frozen Cap for a floating frosty Thor and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes for erotically sensitive Guardians.
Today would have been Jack Kirby’s 100th birthday, so it might be an apt moment to dust off your favourite copies of the Fantastic Four, Thor, Newsboy Legion, Fourth World, Kamandi, OMAC, Captain Victory, Eternals or even Silver Star.
Chris Evans, Captain America and one time Human Torch will be reading the Bedtime Story on CBeebies on May 10. He will be aided by some superhero themed toys but there is no word on whether his shield fit through the round window.
June 9 is Donald Duck Day celebrating everything about Donald Fauntleroy Duck. Known for his bad temper, Donald made his first celluloid appearance in The Wise Little Hen on this day in 1934 and has gone on to appear in more features than any of his Disney fellows.
Not content with creating balloon animals, magician Paul Brown from Brizlincote Valley in Burton, Lancashire has been crafting superhero costumes for a school project.
What’s a Star Spangled Avenger to do? Not only is he exposed as a Nazi villain, he now stands accused of ruining the telly. On Sunday, the Twitterverse exploded with a truck load of abuse dumped on this fellow ...
The 75th Anniversary issue of Captain America pays homage to the original Forties first issue (which decides America will enter the Second World War even though no declaration of hostility had been made). In someways that seems a natural thing to do (pay homage to the original cover that is). Bucky gets inverted into…