On the left, Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow. On the right, cosplayer Helen Stifler.
Marvel’s move back into console gaming takes a huge step today, as the comic book company announces a multi-year, multi-game partnership with Square Enix, beginning with The Avengers Project.
Now that Ant-Man is out, Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is over. This slate of six movies began with Iron Man 3, and included some bold experiments (Guardians of the Galaxy) as well as huge upheavals. Now that it’s over, where do all our favorite characters stand? Let’s get you up to speed for Phase Three.
Not in a bad way! But in a damn-The-Avengers-actor-totally-looks-like-a-dog way.
Thor’s Hammer, Captain America’s shield... they’re all gone. Cookie Monster ate them.
Yes, yes, April Fool’s Day is over. So over! But please, allow this one last gag: Avengers-inspired shaving from Gillette.
There might already be a million LEGO games, but they're not going anywhere, as evidenced by the several new brand-new ones announced this morning. Most importantly, obviously, is the confirmation of LEGO Jurassic World, which will incorporate elements from all the Jurassic Park films. There's something called LEGO…
Oh man, I feel sorry for whoever has to face these in a fight.
Just in case fanfic writers needed any more inspiration to shack this pair up, at this year's Dragon Con two Avengers cosplayers, Mike and Tracy, got engaged as Hawkeye and Black Widow respectively.
The costume isn't always everything. Sometimes, the icing on the cake is the make-up.
I don't know which Avengers character I would love playing the most in this game. Would it be Iron Man so I get to use his crazy ass suit? Thor, for his long locks and hammer? Captain America's super shield? Ah, who am I kidding, it'd definitely be The Hulk.
Marvel and LEGO enthusiast autorazr has a mission: To recreate as many custom Marvel superheroes in LEGO form as possible. This includes characters from different timelines and universes, characters wearing their old and their new costumes. Villains that will probably never get their own set. So basically everyone.
Just so you know, actor Mark Ruffalo - of The Avengers fame - has a favourite Pokémon. And that favourite Pokémon is Squirtle.
LEGO Ideas is the new name for the grassroots program that's seen sets like Ghostbusters, Minecraft and Back to the Future become LEGO reality. It will also, in my wildest dreams, let this monstrosity become something we can buy.
When I read the official description of the new anime Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers, I couldn't help but laugh. After all, it was quite obvious that it is a series that blatantly mixes two things that are popular among Japanese kids: The Avengers and Pokémon.
Imagine, for a moment, that The Avengers weren't the Marvel heroes that we know and love—and instead, they were Sailor Moon characters. Okay, I know that sounds bizarre but...just stick with me here, okay?
Earlier this week, the new anime Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers started airing in Japan. And while it is the first Avengers anime series, it is not the first time that many of these iconic Marvel superheroes have appeared in an anime.
Marvel and DC superheroes in a modded NBA 2k14... just what basketball needed! A modder named MGX has done just that with the PC version of the game, adding 25 well-known heroes to the roster.
From the same guys who brought you the Star Wars bloopers trailer comes this, doing the exact same thing for The Avengers.
British actor Tom Hiddleston, aka Loki from Thor/Avengers, does impressions. Like this one, where he was asked at Aussie film shindig Popcorn Taxi if he could do Owen Wilson. If Owen Wilson was Loki. Sounds nutty, but boy, it's pretty good.