EXCL. PREVIEW: Tony Stark is... Spider-Man(?!) in "Invincible Iron Man" #10
Although Hot Toys has already given us a tiny glimpse of Scott Lang — seriously, he was riding one of Hawkeye’s arrowheads — the toymaker has now unveiled its Captain America: Civil War 1/6th-scale Ant-Man action figure.
We’ve seen plenty of fan trailers for imagined DC vs. Marvel films, but few are as seamless as this one for “Worlds Collide: Avengers vs. Justice League.”
Using dialogue from X-Men: Age of Apocalypse and The Flash, and footage from a variety of sources, including Avengers: Age of Ultron and Batman v Superman, Kyle Franzak lays out an apocalyptic vision for a showdown between heroes of both companies that plenty of destruction in its wake.
Winter may soon be a distant memory, but there are few things better than cranking up the air conditioning, curling up with a blanket and reading a book or soaking up some television. And who better to watch over you while you binge on episodes of Daredevil and Jessica Jones than the Mighty Heroines of Marvel?
This fleece blanket measures 62 inches by 44 inches, and features an impressive lineup: Silk, Thor, Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel, Sif and Spider-Gwen, who’ll keep vigilante and keep you toasty.
With Batman v Superman‘s record-breaking opening bringing new meaning to March Madness, and the NBA Playoffs just around the corner, Uproxx Sports has brought the worlds of superheroes and basketball together in a series of redesigned team logos.
Although the website offers explanations for the pairings, some of them are admittedly pretty flimsy. (The Bucks are matched with Blade because they share the same first letter?) “I’d like to say there was a big connection between which hero was chosen for which team, but there wasn’t,” writes David Rappoccio. “Some of them are obvious, some not so much.”
If you can’t imagine lugging around your laptop, phone, books and other necessities for one more semester, maybe it’s time to call in some reinforcements.
With a Captain America or Deadpool laptop backpack, you’ll be ready for battle — or class, work, whatever — with all of your gear stowed away conveniently and stylishly.
Nearly a year after Bandai unveiled its core line of S.H. Figuarts action figures for Avengers: Age of Ultron — Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and the Hulk — Black Widow is about to join the team. Hey, better late than never. Right?
Standing just under 6 inches tall, the figure boasts 20 points of articulation, two pistols, twin stun batons and interchangeable palms.
Following in the footsteps of Spider-Gwen, the Spider-Verse heroes and, yes, Deadpool, Marvel’s Scarlet Witch has landed her own apparel collection at WeLoveFine.
Although Thor, with his flowing blond hair, fluttering cape and big hammer, may garner most of the screen time, it’s the god of mischief who’s getting the love.
Six boys born in Scotland last year were named Loki, according to the National Records of Scotland. That’s compared to just one named Thor.
As fans count down the days — heck, the hours — until the Friday premiere of the second season of Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix, Mezco Toyz has unveiled its own impressive take on the Man Without Fear.
The second Marvel figure in the company’s One:12 Collective series (Captain America is the first), the guardian of Hell’s Kitchen boasts 32 points of articulation, a highly detailed fabric costume (complete with shoulder and knee pads), three portraits (standard masked, battle-damaged mask and unmasked Matt Murdock), billy clubs, billy clubs with poseable cable, interchangeable fists, display stand and clip-on sonar effect.
If you’re a bit hazy on the details of Civil War, the 2006-2007 Marvel comics crossover that unfolded across more than 50 issues and inspired the upcoming Captain America sequel, fear not: “Bite Size Comics” manages to summarize the event in less than four minutes, which it turns out is plenty of time to insert some biting commentary.
For instance, Civil War is introduced as “a convoluted tale of friendship, betrayal and the complete character assassination of Iron Man,” which … OK, it’s tough to argue with that assessment.
What if all the Avengers needed was a little bit of old-fashioned sentiment? Would it end the impending civil war between these heroes? This new fan-made poster for “Captain America: Civil War” captures that old-fashioned essence.
Because no X-Men lineup would be complete without Wolverine, Kotobukiya has unveiled the final statue in its ARTFX+ series inspired by the mutants of Marvel Now!
Sculpted by Junnosuke Abe from concept art by Adi Granov, this diminutive 1/10th-scale Wolverine statue stands just 7.5 inches tall (compared, say, to Cyclops, at 8 inches). Sporting his black-and-yellow costume, Logan joins the previously released Cyclops, Emma Frost, Magneto, Magik, Beast and Rogue.
Marvel Studios has put out the call for teenage girls with an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Teaming with the National Academy of Sciences’ Science & Entertainment Exchange, the studio has launched Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War — “Girls Reforming the Future,” challenging girls between ages 15 and 18 (and in grades 10 to 12) to submit ideas “that could revolutionize the world” using STEM.
Following the debut of this impressively life-size LEGO Iron Man Hulkbuster, the Incredible Hulk won’t be doing any brick-smashing in London. It’s already been characterized as the United Kingdom’s “largest LEGO model.”
While most of the Captain America action figures unveiled lately are tied to Marvel Studios films — Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War — Mezco Toyz is bucking the trend with this new addition to its impressive One:12 Collective series.
The first in Mezco’s Marvel lineup, this figure is firmly rooted in the comic books, from the chain mail-style costume to the unmasked Steve Rogers portrait.