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The Gifted Trailer Imagines A World Where the X-Men No Longer Exist

"Not the ones with resources, but the ones in the shadows"

The official Comic-Con trailer for The Gifted imagines what life would be like for young mutants in a world where the X-men and the Brotherhood no longer exist.

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Oh No, Is The Defenders Going to Be Iron Fist-Centric?

The Defenders looks like it'll focus on The Hand as one of its primary villains. So what role will Iron Fist play?

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Oh No, Now I Have to Buy An Oculus Rift So I Can Punch Things as Captain Marvel

Farewell, financial responsibility!

Disney unveiled a demo of Marvel Powers United VR, a virtual reality superhero game where you can play as Rocket Raccoon, the Hulk, aaaand...CAPTAIN MARVEL!

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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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Spider-Man: Homecoming Doesn’t Pass the Bechdel Test. It Doesn’t Come Close.

I've been thinking about the fun to be had at Spider-Man: Homecoming, but also about how audiences who see it this weekend won't be seeing two female characters speak to one another.

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Marvel’s Kevin Feige Is Happy Wonder Woman Crushed That Woman Superhero Barrier He’s Spent Years Tiptoeing Around

There are a whole lot of Marvel fans who are disappointed by their heel dragging when it comes to producing a woman-led movie, and Wonder Woman's box office bonanza is proof of what they've been missing out on.

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Marvel Hints at Captain America’s Redemption and I Literally Could Not Care Less

Oh my God, I'm so tired.

What do you do with a problem like turning your greatest Nazi-fighting superhero into an agent of Hydra, upsetting fans for months? Continue to milk the storyline unto infinity, if you're Marvel Comics!

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Roxane Gay Confirms World of Wakanda’s Disappointing Cancellation

Shortly after Black Panther and the Crew got the cancellation order from Marvel, another Black Panther-centric comic gets dropped.

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I Am Living for This Black Panther Teaser Trailer


After what seems like an interminable wait, we are at last blessed with our first real look at director Ryan Coogler's take on Marvel's Black Panther.

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Everything About This S.H.I.E.L.D/Secret Hydra Ring Is Horribly Misguided

There's nothing in life that I love so much as geeky jewelry, especially of the Marvel variety, so I'm sad to say the creation of this S.H.I.E.L.D. ring that can be slipped off to show your hidden Hydra affiliation is an awful idea and I don't know how it got approved.

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Things We Saw Today: Evan Rachel Wood Bestows Wise Advice to Millie Bobby Brown Involving Licking a Toilet Seat

Variety has an awesome series of videos called Actors on Actors in which two actors are paired in conversation about their craft and industry. In their most recent episode, they paired Westworld's Evan Rachel Wood and Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown. Talk about powerful female characters!

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Things We Saw Today: The Internet Did Not Love the First Picture of Marvel’s Inhumans TV Show

The Inhumans are hybrid alien/humans with special powers and in short, Marvel doesn't have the rights to X-Men. But I'll be tuning in just to see if they can pull off Medusa's prehensile super-hair.

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Genius Trailer Shows What DC’s Guardians of the Galaxy Would Look Like

This brilliant trailer, which shows how the first movie would have been made in the DC/Warner Bros. factory of dark cinema, has me laughing more than the genuine Guardians trailers.

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So Where Will Marvel’s Latest Event Leave Its Newer, More Diverse Superheroes?

Marvel announced that they are going "back to basics" with a new event called Marvel Legacy, which editor-in-chief Axel Alonso said "will decide once and for all if the Marvel Universe is big enough for Miles and Peter, Riri and Tony, Thor and Jane Foster, Laura and, dare I say, Logan? Spoiler alert: It is."

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Things We Saw Today: The Internet Demands a Buddy Movie Starring Lupita Nyong’o and Rihanna

Dear Hollywood, I think you know what to do. You owe us this, Hollywood.

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I Just Realized It Will Be Two More Goddamned Years Until We Get the Captain Marvel Movie

As I sit here on a Friday afternoon reading an interview about Brie Larson's prep to play the character, the yawning infinity of time stretches out before me. Who knows if Earth will even survive until this film is released? So many calamities could wipe us out before Marvel manages to get its shit together and make a movie with a woman at the forefront.

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The Trailer for Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger TV Show Just Gave Me Shivers

Suddenly I am 100% on board.

There's a new Marvel TV show coming to Freeform based on the superhero duo Cloak and Dagger. Since Freeform is a network geared at young adults (they're also bringing us Squirrel Girl) emphasis is on the teenage angst of the leads. But quite frankly, this looks incredibly cool and nothing at all like your average high school soap.

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It’s Happening! Squirrel Girl Will Star on New Warriors Show, Because Female Characters Are Popular and Important

The big news today is that Marvel is expanding into the comedy TV realm. A New Warriors television show has received a 10-episode order on the Freeform network, set to feature Doreen Green, aka Squirrel Girl. This announcement seems ironic given Marvel's ongoing fallout over a VP's comments about the "failure" of diverse titles.

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New Defenders Teaser Whets Our Appetite and Reveals Premiere Date

In a brief teaser, we see the team—Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Matt Murdock and Danny Rand—together, and learn when Marvel's new superheroes-unite series The Defenders will be released.

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Marvel VP Said Sales Slumped Because “People Didn’t Want Any More Diversity”

"They didn't want female characters out there."

In an interview at the Marvel Retailers Summit, Marvel's Senior VP of Sales and Marketing David Gabriel said, "What we heard was that people didn't want any more diversity. They didn't want female characters out there. That's what we heard, whether we believe that or not."

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