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What Does Kevin Feige’s Thanos Comment Mean for Avengers: Infinity War?

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige knows fans are curious as to how the biggest of bads, Thanos, will hold up. Thanos has been teased since the first "Avengers" back in 2012, and it's hard to predict from the little we know of "Infinity War" if the empurpled Josh Brolin can meet our outsize expectations. So Feige is stoking the fire.

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Dear Fanboys, a Diverse, Female-Led Marvel Animated Series Is Not About ‘SJWs’ and ‘PC’ Culture

Marvel answered many fans' prayers when they announced Marvel Rising, an animated franchise that will feature some of our most beloved female and diverse superheroes. Shockingly (not shocked), the blowback was swift, harsh and mean from the subset of comics fans that reacts to anything like change with attacks and the sound of a distant fit being thrown.

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Things We Saw Today: A Cheatsheet For What the Hell the Infinity Stones are in Infinity War

If you're not a big comics reader, it's totally understandable that you might be wondering what all the fuss is about some colorful jewels and Thanos' big gauntlet to collect 'em all. The Marvel movies have included and teased the gems before, but this is when they'll really come into play.

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[UPDATED] A Brief Timeline of Harassment and Sexual Assault in the Comics Industry

A timeline of sexual harassment and assault in the comics industry is lamentably challenging to truncate, but a girl can try.

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The Ninjas, Stereotypes, and Super-Special White People of “Akira Yoshida” Comics

C.B. Cebulski didn't only write for Marvel under a Japanese fake identity; he was also hired to write a bunch of comics set in Japan under that name. And those comics sure feature a whole lot of honor killings, ninjas, and white people being very special.

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Marvel’s New Editor-in-Chief Admits to Writing Comics for Them Using a Yellowface Pseudonym

Marvel's new editor-in-chief, a white man named C.B. Cebulski, has admitted to writing a number of titles for the company under the Japanese pen name "Akira Yoshida" in the early 2000s. And the stories he wrote? They featured a whole lot of ninjas.

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Marvel’s Runaways Drops Today on Hulu. Here’s Why I’m Excited!

Runaways is one of my favorite Marvel comics (I have a weakness for teen superhero teams, what can I say?), and I'm so excited to start keeping up with Marvel's Runaways on Hulu! There are a couple of reasons in particular that I'm excited that go beyond me loving the source material.

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Exclusive Preview: Thor Vs. Hulk: Champions of the Universe #6, Feat. a Valkyrie-Esque New Character

Meet the Promotor, Marvel's newest female character who seems just a bit inspired by Tessa Thompson's genius performance as Valkyrie in Thor: Ragnarok.

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The Black Panther Posters Are Here and They Are Everything

Ever since Black Panther was announced in Captain America: Civil War I have been salivating waiting for T'Challa to get his own feature film, when the trailer dropped and that Run the Jewels track played I knew that this movie was going to deliver. Yesterday, the character posters dropped giving everyone a better look at the cast, their roles, and T'Challa's claws.

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Please Just Take My Money and Give Me All of This Loki-Themed Ladies Wear

In 'Thor: Ragnarok,' Thor's cunning adopted brother Loki plays a big part in the story, much to fans' delight. Long a crowd favorite even when he was the villain in 'The Avengers,' Loki's mercurial loyalties shape him into a character who is always compelling, and a fine foil for the upright Thor. Her Universe has a new line of Loki-inspired clothes that are absolutely gorgeous, and I really am going to need someone to take my credit card away from me.

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That’s It, Star Wars, Mandalorian Sabine Wren Needs Her Own Comics

Sabine needs more canvas space for her story.

As we await the debut of Kelly Marie Tran as Rose in The Last Jedi, another onscreen Asian woman heroine needs her due. In Star Wars Rebels, Mandalorian Sabine Wren (voiced by Tiya Sircar) is an Asian-coded heroine in the Star Wars Universe.

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John Leguizamo Right About Representation, Wrong About the Complete Lack of Latinx Comics Heroes

As a Latina, I always feel a special kind of pride whenever I see a Latinx hero pop up on the pages of my favorite comics. Though, to hear John Leguizamo tell it, there are none, which has me a little confused.

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Things We Saw Today: Let’s Revel in All the Beautiful Art of the #SouthAsianArtists Hashtag

This world's a trash fire, so come escape into the beautiful and fantastic art of the #SouthAsianArtists hashtag.

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Marvel Cancels NYCC Event With Northrop Grumman, But This Isn’t Comics’ First Queasy Alliance With the Military-Industrial Complex

After backlash from fans, Marvel has cancelled an all-ages comic promoting the defense contractor Northrop Grumman. However, this partnership is just one piece of comics' long history with the military-industrial complex.

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A NYCC Marvel Retailer Event Turned Ugly, With Complaints About “Freaking Females” and Diversity

At a retailers' breakfast happening adjacent to NYCC, comic retailers had a panel of Marvel editors, writers, and staff on hand to answer their questions. But a normally tame event erupted into bickering and boos, because our never-ending culture wars always seem to find a fresh battlefield.

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DC Comics Is Receiving an Award for Their Depiction of LGBTQIA Characters, but There’s Still a Lot of Work to Do

The Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Entertainment Network (GLSEN) announced that they're awarding this year's Visionary Award to DC Comics, citing the publisher's "commitment to showcasing diverse storylines."

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Things We Saw Today: That Time Harrison Ford Punched Ryan Gosling in the Face

Straight from the Harrison's mouth are some incredible anecdotes about the actor punching Ryan Gosling on the set of Bladerunner 2049.

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Behold: Prehistoric Ghost Rider Astride a Flaming Mammoth

Mike Deodato Jr. really hit a home run with this redesign of Ghost Rider for The Avengers of 1,000,000 B.C.

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This Gorgeous Fanart Shows the Women of Marvel Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before

Illustrator and colorist Michi embarked on an ambitious, four-year project to bring Marvel's superheroines to life in glorious bursts of color and strikingly vivid lines.

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In the Year of Nazi Captain America, A #DoodleforJack Would Remind Us What Jack Kirby Stood For

A new fan campaign is asking Google to honor Jack Kirby, the "King of Comics," with a Google Doodle on what would have been his 100th birthday.

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