Posts Tagged ‘X-Men’
Fox Announces Their Own Shared Marvel Cinematic Universe
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 28, 2012 under Comics, News
Fox has announced that Mark Millar will oversee their Marvel movies (X-Men and Fantastic Four) as a creative consultant, and as part of it made a crazy statement. Just as the Marvel Studios movies exist in a shared universe, it seems like Fox wants their two Marvel franchises to exist in a small shar... more.
Patrick Stewart Will Return as Professor X in Days of Future Past!
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 27, 2012 under Comics, News
If Fox producing a movie version of one of the greatest X-Men stories of all time wasn't enough, it now looks as if the original Professor X will be returning in one way or another. Newsarama has a report from the 2012 Montreal Comic Convention where Patrick Stewart confirmed that he will be reprising his rol... more.
SPOILER: The Shocking Avengers vs X-Men Death Was Completely Predictable
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 13, 2012 under Comics, News
If you need any more evidence that Brian Michael Bendis is a talentless hack who shouldn't be allowed to write superhero books anymore, look no further than this week's Avengers vs X-Men #11. Bendis tried to shock the comic book world by killing off a "major" character, and just like Johnny Storm's recent death and super-fast resurrection; they claim this death will last. The only question is, whe... more.
- X-Men Meets Star Wars 0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 7, 2012 under Comics, Pics, Star Wars
‘Days of Future Past’ Official!
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on August 2, 2012 under Comics, News
The sequel to X-Men: First Class just officially became more awesome, and has the potential to be one of the best Marvel movies ever made...if they manage to pull it off. The rumors of this began back in June, and now it's real. Speaking to IGN (see the embed below), Bryan Singer confirmed the X-Men sequel will be t... more.
The New 10 Best Superhero Movies
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on July 7, 2012 under Comics, Featured, Lists
Ever since Richard Donner directed Superman in 1978, Superhero movies have always been big. While Marvel didn’t really hit it big until the late 90’s with Bryan Singer’s X-Men, DC was there with the Supes and Batman movies. Now, more than thirty years after Donner’s Superman there are tons of superhero movies. But what are the ten best? We've done this list in the past, but since the... more.
5th Element Futurama
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on June 25, 2012 under Pics
Back when an artist mixed Futurama and X-Men, the results were pretty popular. Now here's Futurama crossed with The 5th Element. Family Guy managed to pull off three Star Wars spoofs, so maybe Futurama could tackle another scifi movie and actually do an episode like this? It would be epic. ... more.
Avengers vs X-Men #5 Review
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on June 7, 2012 under Comics, News, Reviews
The last installment of Avengers vs X-Men was pretty good and managed to keep the quality of the crossover pretty high. With the fifth issue, there is a little bit of worry as one part of the story sort of ignores some of the character development that took place in some of the recent related issues of X-Men. Right before issue five came out this week I was really happy with Marvel for the char... more.
Is Fox Making Days of Future Past?
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on June 6, 2012 under Comics, News
Marvel has set the new X-Men movie for a July 2014 release date, but nothing is known about what the movie will be about. Ain't It Cool News was alerted to a MPAA name registration by Fox for "Days of Future Past", which could mean they are using that as the basis for the next movie. As the classic story is set in an alternate timeline, they co... more.
The 10 Best Marvel Games Ever
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 19, 2012 under Comics, Featured, Gaming, Lists
They've been making games based on Marvel characters for decades now, but like most comic book-based games...there is a lot of crap out there. A lot of it is just cheap tie-ins to make a quick buck from a movie, leaving the gems few and far between. But like with Batman and the DC characters, there are occasionally Marvel games that rise above the rest to become true classics. Not just for being... more.