Last night, a member of Kotaku’s editorial team grappled with the fact that Avengers: Infinity War is supposedly going to be stuffed to the gills with, like, 67 characters. This is what happened next.
Damn, Tony. That’s harsh.
10 years ago, Marvel’s superheroes split into factions and pounded each other in the face because they disagreed over whether their world-saving should be regulated by the government. The spark that will ignite the upcoming Avengers Standoff crossover is a lot more sinister.
The Avengers SHIELD helicarrier is one of the largest official LEGO sets out there with its 2,996 pieces. But it’s a baby compared to the Taiwanese Zio Chao’s version.
While the world is raving about the new Captain America: Civil War trailer, on my shelf, it’s still The Age of Ultron.
Tony Stark is kinda broke. New Captain America Sam Wilson and old Captain America Steve Rogers aren’t talking. Odin’s firstborn isn’t worthy to wield Mjolnir anymore. Marvel’s still going to have an Avengers team, of course, but it’s going to take some doing to have them assemble effectively.
The Vision has always wanted to be human. It’s kind of his whole “thing.” This week, he tries again—harder than he ever has before—by setting up shop out in the suburbs with a synthezoid wife and children.
There is a good chance I am having more fun pretending to be Iron Man with Disney’s PlayMation toys than any child ever could.
How can TT Games make a LEGO game equal to rival the size and scope of LEGO Marvel Superheroes with only the two main Avengers movies to pull from? It can’t, so it pulls from four more.
This is the month that things start changing big-time in the Marvel Universe. Mutants are becoming an endangered species, Tony Stark’s financial situation goes topsy-turvy and one of Marvel’s grimmest loners is getting some unwanted help.
Galactus and Deadpool—two guys classified as “bad guys” at one point in time—are going to be Avengers when the Marvel Universe returns to a more recognizable form this fall. And they’re going to have a lot of company, some of whom are coming from alternate universes.
Thor shouldn’t have problems with basic furniture from Ikea. But, instead of using his hammer, he’s sitting there in silence, completely confused.
There’s more to the LEGO Avengers video game than the two blockbuster movies. During a Comic-Con panel earlier today Stan “The Man” Lee took to the stage to introduce his two cameo characters as well as a few surprise guests.
Remember the chilling scene in the first Avengers movie in which Loki tells Black Widow to run to Piggly Wiggly to get him Skittles, cigarettes and Big League Chew? Oh wait, that’s Bad Lip Reading’s Redneck Avengers.
You went to see Avengers 2. We went to see Avengers 2. Let’s talk about Avengers 2, too.
Marvel’s premier super-team might need some crowdfunding soon.
As I watched the new Avengers movie on Monday night, I couldn’t stop thinking about Superman.
Today, a big, bright Avengers movie filled with quips and heroics is lighting up screens all over the country. This week, one of the grimmest runs of Avengers comics comes to a close. Earth’s Mightiest Heroes? Not always.
Addressing criticisms that he’s outclassed by the rest of the Avengers, Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye gifted The Tonight Show audience with a soulful song about his secret super powers, which include collecting scarves, free guac and Mario Kart.