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Archive for January 2018 – Page 2

Which Wasp Is Which in the Ant-Man Movies?

Marvel Comics fans may already be familiar with the Wasp, but this heroine is finally headlining her own MCU movie thanks to Ant-Man and the Wasp. No longer will Hope Van Dyne play second fiddle to a goofball like Scott Lang!

To help prepare you for this new Marvel movie, we're breaking down everything you need to know about The Wasp's comic book background and the difference between original Wasp Janet Van Dyne and her successor Hope Van Dyne.

Avengers don't come with stronger bona fides than the Wasp. She was one of the five original founding members of the team, and she's been a fairly consistent presence in Earth's Mightiest Heroes ever since. Janet Van Dyne's powers not only make her an asset in the field, but her years of experience also make her a role model to younger generations of heroes. And despite some fairly dark periods in her personal life and even a spell where the world believed her to be dead, Janet has never lost that heroic spark.

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Kevin Feige Addresses When X-Men Could Join the MCU

Despite Disney's recent acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Fantastic Four and X-Men won't be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe anytime soon, according to Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige.

In an interview with Vulture, Feige explained the deal between Disney and Fox still has to be figured out before any X-Men, Fantastic Four or other Marvel characters from Fox can be added to the MCU.

“There’s been no communication," Feige said. "We’re not thinking about it. We’re focusing on everything we’ve already announced. If and when the deal actually happens, we’ll start to think more about it. Until then, we have a lot to do.”

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Dark Nights: Metal #5 Review

Dark Nights: Metal has generally been one of those comics that bites off more than it can chew, which is hardly the worst quality to have. But even with the Dark Days preludes and the various tie-ins, the main series cries out for another couple issues in which to really breathe and savor all its big developments. The good news is that the story has reached the point where the setup phase is done and the ball can start rolling downhill. Metal #5 offers a thrilling ride that really makes the most of this crossover's heavy metal trappings.

This issue sees the Justice League scattered across the multiverse as each faction plays its part in halting Earth's descent into the Dark Multiverse and the rise of Barbatos' armies. The opening page does a terrific job of setting the tone, striving to be equal parts over-the-top and foreboding. And fro there, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo spin a nonstop tale of heroes fighting against impossible odds and keeping the fire of hope burning.

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Raven: Daughter Of Darkness #1 (of 12) Review

It’s hard to be a teenager.  It’s even harder when your demon half wants to leap out and conquer the whole Earth in the name of your evil dad…  Your Major Spoilers review of Raven: Daughter Of Darkness #1 awaits! RAVEN: DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS #1 Writer: Marv Wolfman Artist: Pop Mhan Colorist: Lovern Kindzierski Letterer: Saida Temofonte Editor: Marie Javins Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price: $3.99 Previously in Raven: Daughter Of Darkness: “Raven faces a new, otherworldly menace that is all too grounded in reality.  Plus, Raven’s personal life is in an uproar as her mother and aunt struggle for

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Raven: Daughter Of Darkness #1 (of 12) Review

It’s hard to be a teenager.  It’s even harder when your demon half wants to leap out and conquer the whole Earth in the name of your evil dad…  Your Major Spoilers review of Raven: Daughter Of Darkness #1 awaits! RAVEN: DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS #1 Writer: Marv Wolfman Artist: Pop Mhan Colorist: Lovern Kindzierski Letterer: Saida Temofonte Editor: Marie Javins Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price: $3.99 Previously in Raven: Daughter Of Darkness: “Raven faces a new, otherworldly menace that is all too grounded in reality.  Plus, Raven’s personal life is in an uproar as her mother and aunt struggle for

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First Look at FX’s LEGION New Season

Check out a brief clip of scenes from LEGION season 2.

First Look at FX’s LEGION New Season

Check out a brief clip of scenes from LEGION season 2.

First Look at FX’s LEGION New Season

Check out a brief clip of scenes from LEGION season 2.

Daily Deals: Alienware 34″ Curved 1440p IPS 120Hz GSYNC Gaming Monitor

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Legion #1 (of 5) Review

David Haller is headed east, searching for the solution to the voices in his head.  Sadly, those voices have ideas of their own…  Your Major Spoilers review of Legion #1 awaits! LEGION #1 Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Alfredo Torres Colorist: Dan Brown Letterer: VC’s Travis Lanham Editor: Darren Shan Publisher: Marvel Comics Cover Price: $3.99 Previously in Legion: “Born the illegitimate son of famed mutant activist Charles Xavier, David Haller’s past is marred by trauma, both physical and psychological.  But he doesn’t bear this weight alone: Hundreds of unique personas, all with separate mutant abilities, live within his mind.  He is

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