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Marvel’s Baddies Are Getting Their Own Villainous Game

The villains are entering the multiverse. We can reveal that Villainous, the card-based board game starring Disney’s evildoers, is heading into some other familiar territory with Marvel Villainous. Read More >>

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The Team Behind Gotham’s New Fairy Tale Anthology Tells Us Why Damian Wayne Is the Perfect Pinocchio

Being raised from birth as a lethal assassin by your mum’s cabal of sinister killers and having Batman as your dad is enough for any kid to handle. But in DC’s latest young adult graphic novel, Damian Wayne imagines a new life for himself: the starring role in his very own retelling of Pinocchio. Read More >>

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I Cannot Believe There’s Really Going to Be a Morbius Movie

If you told me 20 years ago that third-tier Spider-Man character Morbius the Living Vampire would not just appear in a comic book movie but star in one, I’d have laughed in your face. If you told me 10, or even five years ago, I would have called you a liar. Now, the movie is coming out in a mere six months, and the recent trailer is incontrovertible proof that it actually exists – and I still cannot believe this is happening. Read More >>

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Garth Ennis is Penning The Boys’ Prequel Comic

By the end of its first season, it was obvious that Amazon’s live-action adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys was going to be a wildly different beast than the comics that inspired it, considering how it worked its way through most of the source material’s major plot points. But just in time for the show’s return, Ennis is returning to The Boys’ world. Read More >>

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Garfield Cartoonist Jim Davis is Putting 30 Years of Strips Up for Auction

Garfield, the daily comic strip about a cat who does nothing and believes in nothing, has been going on for more than 40 years. Now, the first three decades and change of strips, from the beginning of the orange cat’s lasagne fetishist ways in 1978 all the way to 2011, are going up for sale in a series of weekly auctions. Read More >>

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What You Need to Know About Star Wars’ Imperial Inquisitorius

Jedi: Fallen Order presents Star Wars fans with a foe that may be a bit unfamiliar to them, as young Jedi purge survivor Cal Kestis goes up against the sinister agents of the Emperor known as the Inquistorius. But these saber-spinning acolytes already have a rich and tragic place in Star Wars’ canon. Here’s what you need to know before you go slicing them up. Read More >>

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Watch Saladin Ahmed Talk About His Love For Marvel and His Work on Miles Morales: Spider-Man and The Magnificent Ms. Marvel

Saladin Ahmed is one of Marvel’s most interesting writers right now. Working on two of their youngest, most vibrant characters, Miles Morales and Kamala Khan, Ahmed is doing work that could easily shape the future of one of the Marvel Universe’s most interesting corners. Read More >>

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Now We Know Part of the Reason the Sonic Movie’s Redesign Works So Well

The first look at the Sonic movie was an unmitigated disaster. Its horrifying take on the blue speedster was so universally reviled that it sparked a wave of backlash so furious, the film was delayed and conversations about the undue pressure on its animators to comprehensively redesign the movie’s hero emerged. But now we have a new Sonic. Read More >>

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Spider-Man Noir Lives, and Is Heading to London, for His Brand New Comic Series

Back when the moviegoing world was introduced to a Nic Cage-voiced, Nazi-punchin’, Rubik’s-cube-enchanted Spider-Man Noir in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Marvel Comics had the grand idea to kill the character off as part of Spidergeddon. Well, good news! The Peter Parker of Earth-90214 is coming back, and getting his own series to boot. Read More >>

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Holy Crap, Marvel’s Kylo Ren Comic Will Lift the Lid on the Knights of Ren’s Mysterious Past

I mean, it was already incredibly interesting. Charles Soule – who did a fascinating job on the second run of Darth Vader with Giuseppe Camuncoli – tackling the intriguing, conflicted, wayward villain of the Star Wars sequel trilogy? And so close to The Rise of Skywalker, too? Well, now this latest tidbit about the series has our heads spinning even harder. Read More >>

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HBO’s Watchmen Is Much More Connected to the Comics Than You Think

Even though HBO’s Watchmen is directly connected to Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ seminal comic, the studio went to great lengths to emphasise that the series is telling its own story, one that’s only mildly related to the source material. As it turns out, though, that’s not at all the case, but you have to do a bit of reading to see that reality. Read More >>

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Marvel Is Bringing Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Star-Lord to the Podcasting World

Listen up, because Marvel stories are heading to your ears (again). Marvel has announced it’s working on a new series of podcasts about some of its most famous superheroes, which will debut on SiriusXM and Pandora. Read More >>

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Man, I Feel Bad for Star Wars’ Squid People

Star Wars loves – loves – itself a single-trait environment. Whether that’s planetary biomes or species, if you’re a thing in Star Wars, you’re likely defined by a singular concept. This week’s new Rise of Skywalker prequel comic combines that love with another frustrating franchise love – cyclical storytelling – to pretty bummer effect. Read More >>

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Aggretsuko’s Rage Will Be Channelled Into a Furious Comic Book

The pure existential rage radiating from Sanrio’s Aggretsuko is so powerful that it can no longer be contained in the form of just an animated series. Read More >>