The ComicsVerse Podcast team has assembled to bring you, the listener, an in-depth discussion on the X-Men crossover, “Age of Apocalypse,” just in time for the upcoming film, X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, due out on May 27th.
AVENGERS: ENDGAME defied just about every expectation we had for the film. But with this decade-long journey now concluded, where does that leave us when thinking about the MCU’s future?
The inevitable is coming! Marvel is gearing up for the Sinister Six in Phase Four. Here we analyze the members and their path to Marvel Cinematic Universe glory.
The new run of GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY comic brings us all face to face with something comic readers have delt with for year
Since the advent of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the act of the viewing movies, especially superhero movies, has changed immensely. How?
Will DEADPOOL 2 open the doors for a Fox Cinematic Universe?
With LOGAN set to be the final film of the X-Men franchise, the time has come for Fox to sell its distribution rights of the mutant team back to Marvel.
The mutant race is close to total extinction. Once again. No new mutants are being born again. Once again. And a powerful leader will have to unite all of them to get them to a safe haven. Once again. And with yet another annihilation plot being established in Jeff Lemire’s EXTRAORDINARY X-MEN #1, fans of the franchise start feeling like Marvel’s weird focus on almost letting mutantkind go extinct is preventing the X-Men comics from being able to address recent social issues – something the franchise has always done, and something the franchise is perfectly suited for. But have the comic books about the misfits of the Marvel Universe really stopped thematizing these topics?