Fans of Netflix’s comic book shows can realize the dream of having a tiny plastic Krysten Ritter, Jon Bernthal or Charlie Cox on their desk this fall, when Hasbro releases its Marvel Knights series of six-inch Legends figures. And who doesn’t want to build a Man-Thing?
In the early 2000s a small developer named 5000ft Inc. started work on a modest PlayStation 2 game based on Marvel Comics’ Daredevil. Unseen64 historian Liam Robertson explores how that modest project blossomed into something much bigger, before being unceremoniously canned.
Thus far, 2016 is the year of the superhero. Deadpool and Batman v. Superman both shattered the box office, proving that audiences can’t get enough of costumes and powers. But what’s the best superhero movie of all time? And what’s the worst? Here’s our ranking of all 109 superhero movies to date.
Daredevil returned this weekend for its second season on Netflix, and it has become one of the more interesting parts of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While we’re marveling at how good the show is, I wanted to take a look back at the 2003 film, and see if it was as bad as I remembered. The answer? Yes, it’s pretty…
Season two of Netflix’s Daredevil is here, and oh now it’s gone. Those 13 episodes went fast. If you need a little more Matt Murdock in your life, free-to-play action MMO Marvel Heroes is giving out free Murdock all weekend long.
Frank Castle’s been around for more than 40 years and, like most comic-book characters, has evolved over the course of his publishing history.
Daredevil hurts bad guys very badly but lets them live. That’s not good enough for Frank Castle.
Winter Storm Jonas pretty much has the East Coast stuck inside this weekend, which means that you’re probably sitting in front of your television scrolling through Netflix. Allow us to help.
This year is full of great science fiction and fantasy TV series. Actually, 2016 is too full. Seriously, check out how long this list of new, returning and potentially premiering shows due out over the next 12 months is. When are we going to get a chance to leave the house and watch all those great movies, or read all…
When Marvel revealed that Daredevil would be getting a sidekick in his new comic-book series, it seemed like that’d be the biggest change in the Man Without Fear’s life. Turns out a whole lot more than that has changed.
This weekend, the world met the whiskey-drinking, super-powered Hell’s Kitchen detective known as Jessica Jones. She’s the star of the second Netflix Marvel superhero show, leading into the team-up series The Defenders, and many people spent their weekends on the couch, devouring all 13 episodes.
Millions of people are binging on Jessica Jones right now. They’re watching as a sadistic predator named Kilgrave makes the title character’s life a living hell. Kilgrave’s even worse in the comics, though: he’s a crappy absentee dad who passed his powers to a bunch of angry, neglected sons and daughters.
So far, we’ve only seen Daredevil on Netflix, the first series out of the four-show deal that Marvel struck with the streaming platform. The Jessica Jones show comes out next month, but the streams of the two series are already intermingling in a fun way.
Whoa. We’ve been getting dribs and drabs of reveals for Marvel’s upcoming universal reboot over the past week, but it looks like the jackpot has just hit: Comics retailers across the world have received previews for 45(!) of Marvel’s new series, and it sounds like it’s a whole lot of crazy.
Best year of superhero TV ever? Best year of superhero TV ever. While not every show was perfect, there was a plethora of excellent comic TV series this past season, and they’ve provided four clear lessons for the future. So, next season’s show? Listen up.
We think of superhero weaknesses as being fancy or complicated — radioactive fragments of their old home planets, or the people they love. And that’s why superheroes win. In fact, most superheroes have super-obvious weak points. Here are 10 obvious superhero weakness that villains almost never attack.
Daredevil has superpowers I’d love to have but, honestly, I’d never want to be Matt Murdock.