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Introducing: Lego Agent Coulson

DC isn’t the only comic book company whose superheroes are getting the Lego treatment: Marvel is getting its own Lego superhero game come fall! Who will be in this new game, you ask? Sure, the basics like Wolverine, Spiderman, and Captain America. But who else? Well, here are some of the most recent images for your Lego edification. Your Legoficiation.

If you want to see the rest of the new crew, check out the source post over at ComicBookMovie.


A Lesson in Humility

Elektra‘s Screenwriter Wants You To Know That He Hates It As Much As You Do. Probably More.

Stu Zicherman is on the interview circuit for his new movie A.C.O.D., and in a recent interview Badass Digest took the opportunity to ask about his experience writing the 2005 flop and all-around awful movie Elektra. Because apparently they like rubbing salt into wounds over at Badass Digest.



Marvel Studios Can Make a Daredevil Movie Now – But Not an Elektra One?

One of the biggest questions about the continued future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (currently populated by the members of the Avengers and a tiny smattering of superheroic characters that make up their supporting casts) is when properties that were licensed out exclusively to other movie studios will be returning to Marvel ownership, or indeed, if they will be returning at all. I’ll leave the discussion of the details of these licensing agreements to below the cut, for those who aren’t familiar, but here’s the main surprise of the day:

Fox Studios has decided not to rush a Daredevil movie into production between now and October 10th, and instead are allowing the movie rights to the Man Without Fear to revert to Marvel Studios.