The fact that Peggy Carter becoming Captain America is just for a Marvel mobile game tie-in and not, say, an ongoing comic book series that lasts 10 years is breaking my heart as much as it’s making me want to triumphantly wave the stars and stripes, and I’m not even American.
Marvel is vaguely on our radar because it produces 90 percent of movies, many of which I have watched and enjoyed! Now it is more on our radar because we exist inside its universe.
This morning I rolled out of bed, shuffled to my computer, opened it up, directed my web browser to Us Weekly’s home page, and yelped at its latest headline. Jenny Slate, the actress/comedian/author whom you might know from any number of things (including her work co-creating/providing a voice for Marcel the Shell),…
To tell you the truth, the Mad Men nostalgia craze always annoyed me.
Phase 3 has been announced, and it's everything — everything you could want. Captain Marvel! Black Panther! Inhumans! And most incredibly, a two-part Avengers: Infinity War!!! We've got all the details right here!
You've heard the argument that male superheroes are sexualized simply because they are often bare-chested. But a man taking off his shirt doesn't make him a sex object. It's actually rare to find examples of male superheroes who truly are sexualized the way women are in comics. Here are ten examples.
While America is still adjusting a black Captain America, Hollywood producers should be catering to Hispanic ladies over 25 because, money.
Labor Day isn't just an excuse to barbecue or squeeze in one last trip to the beach; it's also the day we remember the contributions of workers to society. These scifi, fantasy, and superheroines pay tribute to the wartime labor icon Rosie the Riveter—and show off their guns.
Captain America comes out next week, and the trailers are full of one major selling point: a pumped-up Chris Evans with his shirt off. Will this be the most beefcakey movie about a Marvel superhero ever made? Probably not.
Star-spangled, earnest, and totally a product of World War II. That description could be referring to either Captain America or Wonder Woman... but Captain America has a huge movie coming this summer, while Wonder Woman's television show crashed. What gives?