The Women of Marvel, a bi-weekly podcast, hosted a panel featuring female Marvel creators and characters. The panel was hosted by Judy Stephens (producer and host) and Sana Amanat (VP Content and Character Development at Marvel), with guests Kathleen Wisneski (Assistant Editor at Marvel), Margaret Stohl, Leah Williams, colorist Rachelle Rosenberg and Jen Bartel. Stephens opened the panel by noting that they have […]
It’s finally happening
At least one store is “bearish” on the characters.
14 movies in, I’ve finally surrendered to the grim, loss-filled world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
After their double header of awesome in 2014 Marvel came back in 2015 with Avengers Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, two of their most troubled productions. How do they hold up and show the way for what is to come?
Log: “…I get that a lot. It doesn’t get any less awkward.” Megan FabbriFreelance cartoonist, illustrator, & writer School of Visual Arts Alumna http://megfabbri.com
Not too long ago, there was a time when an executive supposedly vetoed any Black Widow toys for Avengers: Age of Ultron due to the prominent misconception that girls do not buy superhero toys. According to TheWrap, Marvel Studios has tapped Blacklist screenwriter Jac Schaeffer to pen a Black Widow solo film starring Scarlett Johansson […]
In 2008, Marvel released Iron Man. The film, starring Robert Downey Jr., was an enormous success for both the actor and for Marvel. But at the very end of the film, when Nick Fury steps out and says “you’ve become part of a bigger universe. You just don’t know it yet,” I don’t think anyone knew how […]
I was incredibly, completely, absolutely flat broke during my undergraduate film studies at NYU. Broke like skipping meals to afford rides on the Subway. Broke like working two college jobs, with all of it going to tuition and it never being enough. Broke like having to choose between living in a pest-infested room in Harlem, or not finishing college at all because I couldn’t afford to pay for the dormitories. I was angry, but my anger was a cloak that hid my shame, shame based on a fear that if I was indeed good enough to tell stories, somehow this would have been easier.
This week’s Marvel Rundown offers analysis on some of the new launches from the publisher including Avengers: Standoff and Black Widow.