With the news that came out a few months ago, that Marvel has reclaimed the rights to Spider-Man, and that they’d be rebooting the franchise (again, after the less-than-warm reception of The Amazing Spider-Man 2), tongues started to wag and minds started to race as people wondered who would be the next actor to don the iconic red and blue tights. With word on the street being that Asa Butterfield is going to be the next Spider-Man, the next question people are asking is: who will he be going up against? Which villain will we see Spidey pitted against in a life-or-death situation? With that in mind, here are a few villains that we’d love to see in the next Spider-Man movie.
The identity of the female Thor currently wielding Mjolnir in the pages of Jason Aaron’s Thor series has been revealed.
Now that Avengers: Age Of Ultron has hit cinemas, the next most-talked about movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is undoubtedly Captain America: Civil War. The film adaptation of the 2006 story by Mark Millar, Civil War will see the heroes of the MCU fighting against each other over the passing of the Superhuman Registration Act.
No, ladies – this isn’t a story about how Tom Hardy has expressed his interest in doing something that I can’t really mention here because you’ve been a naughty girl.
This June, something is happening that is sure to cause fans of Guardians of the Galaxy to explode with happiness – everyone’s favourite sentient tree is getting his own comic!
To celebrate the upcoming release of Ant-Man in cinemas, Marvel are releasing fifteen variant ‘ant-sized’ covers coming to several new Marvel releases in June.
When we’re watching a movie, reading a book, or binging on a new tv show on Netflix, our attention is generally focused on the main character and their antics or adventures, and we sometimes pay little attention to his or her group of mates, if they happen to be surrounded by such, or the plucky sidekick that accompanies the dashing hero on his exploits (except Robin, because he’s just awesome).