Skip to content

Stan Lee, the creator of today’s big screen superheroes including Spider-Man, Hulk, Fantastic Four, Black Panther and others, has died. He was 95. Born Stanley Martin Lieber on Dec. 28, 1922, to immigrant parents in the Washington Heights section of New York, Lee grew up in poverty. He started his career in the comic book world…

Read More

Marvel Comics co-creator and pop culture legend Stan Lee, 95, has been the target of a series of bizarre incidents. In January 2018, he suddenly found himself the target of a sexual harassment complaint. Then word came out that his blood was stolen for a twisted publicity stunt and now a person was caught breaking into…

Read More

Black Panther was unleashed in the first teaser trailer for the upcoming Marvel movie. And it ignited excitement and eager anticipation among African Americans and Marvel fans nationwide. The footage gives fans the first look at such big stars as Lupita Nyong’o (Nakia) and Michael B. Jordan, as well as, of course, Chadwick Boseman, who…

Read More

It is nearly impossible to go to the movies and not see a trailer for the next up-and-coming superhero film. Ant Man dropped in theaters July 17, Fantastic Four starring Michael B. Jordan, will debut Aug. 7 and San Diego Comic Con just ended with a slew of trailers and teasers any fanboy/fangirl could ever…

Read More

For years, comic book fans have been pushing for Donald Glover to don the iconic Spider-Man suit for a live-action movie. And though that wish still has yet to be granted, Glover’s Spidey dreams have indeed come true in a different way now that it’s been revealed that he’ll voice a younger version of the…

Read More

When it comes to the world of comic books, Marvel has always been ahead of the curve in terms of diversity. Now, Marvel is pushing for even more diversity in its comics and has recently announced that the mantle of Captain America will now be taken over by a black man. Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada…

Read More

In an alternate Marvel Comics universe, Peter Parker is dead and the new Spider-Man is a half-black, half-Hispanic teen named Miles Morales. Revealed in Marvel Comics’ Ultimate Fallout Issue 4, Miles Morales takes over the gig held by Peter Parker, who was killed in Ultimate Spider-Man Issue 160 in June. “The theme is the same: With great…

Read More