If you've got a taste for cult Marvel Comics heroes sitting on your desktop, you're going to want to check out these new statues from Sideshow Collectibles and Bowen Designs!

Sideshow has posted on its website advance pics of new polystone statues of Spider-Man 2099 and Hellcat, which are available for pre-order.  Let's check 'em out and give you the 411 on these characters!

First up, Spider-Man 2099, the very cool Spider-Man of the future.  Great costume, huh? Read More...


Welcome to the Toy News Roundup, our weekly compilation of some of the coolest -- and sometimes weirdest -- toy news of the past seven days. Read More...

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WHERE'S LOLA??? Noticeably absent from the brand new Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. promo, which just premiered during something called the NBA Finals* was Agent Coulson's car, which was a huge hit on the Twitters and the Facebooks. Luckily, there's a mysterious hologram to make up for it: Read More...


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by Alison H. Mayer

…because all of us need the Hulk’s massive green fist pummeling through dry wall to punch our nightmares in the face. These nightlights, from 3D Light FX’s line of 3D Deco Lights, allow us…err…children to simultaneously decorate their room with their favorite Avenger AND feel safe after lights out. We just hope that Loki and Thor don’t start duking it out on a school night. Read More...


What's it like performing Shakespeare with Joss Whedon? And nearly ten years from its cancellation, what are the odds we'll see "Angel" return to TV?

Our host Steven Smith sat down with "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." star J. August Richards during Denver Comic Con to talk about playing Othello opposite the man who created "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."



In this week's "Ultimate Spider-Man," not only does our hero have to contend with an out-of-control science experiment, but he and his amazing friends will have to face Loki--while miniaturized!

Avengers Iron Man (Adrian Pasdar) and Thor (Travis Willingham) return in Disney XD's hour-long "Ultimate Spider-Man" event featuring the episodes "Swarm" and "Itsy Bitsy Spider!"



By Matt D. Wilson

Each week, Matt Wilson, co-host of the War Rocket Ajax podcast and author of The Supervillain Handbook, examines at a major comic news item and picks a few winners and one loser among the week's comic book releases.

Last week, fellow Chicagoan Daniel Sinker, the creator of the great @MayorEmanuel Twitter feed, posted a thoughtful and well-reasoned critique of a comment DC Comics co-Publisher Dan DiDio made in a New York Times article about the exit of longtime Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger.

The brief rundown is DiDio said it'd be "myopic" to think "servicing a very small slice of our audience is the way to go ahead." He thinks DC should be trying to reach the biggest audiences possible. Sinker's response, and I'm not going to try to parrot it too much because he states it quite well and you should just read the whole thing, is that trying to please everyone is basically going to please no one. There is no average reader. They're all readers who want to feel like they're reading something special.

Here's what blows my mind, though:


Welcome to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull-List! Each week, we'll look at the best new releases hitting comic shops, and point you at the books you should be reading. 

This week, we have picks from Marvel, Vertigo, Dark Horse, and indie publisher Bergen Street Comics! Read More...


While at Denver Comic Con, we had a chance to sit down and chat with 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." star J. August Richards about working with Joss Whedon, what he thinks about Agent Coulson's return, and, oh yeah... Who he's playing in the upcoming pilot, including a revelation that's gonna blow your little minds: Read More...


"...And now the story of a wealthy family, who went into space and got cosmic powers..."

When the new season of Arrested Development hit Netflix, there was one running plot-line that caught our ever lovin' blue eyes the most: Tobias Funke's epic struggle to bring a Fantastic Four (sorry, Fantastic 4) musical to Broadway. So we teamed up with awesome comic book artist Ryan Dunlavey to bring you this mash-up of Arrested Development's fourth season, and Fantastic Four #1: Read More...

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In this episode: Karen Gillan joins "Guardians," Dan Harmon RETURNS, and William Shatner reads "Where The Wild Things Are!"



Get it? Because Karen Gillan was on Doctor Who? Anyway, the former Amy Pond has been cast as the "lead female villain" in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. Could she be playing... Luke Cage???


marvel heroes chronicles of doom 4

We've been exclusively showing you episodes of "Chronicles of Doom," the four-part motion comic prequel to Marvel's MMORPG "Marvel Heroes." Now, we're pumped to reveal the fourth and final episode of the Brian Michael Bendis-scripted series! In this climatic installment, Doctor Doom finally gets his metal mits on the Cosmic Cube.



Welcome to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull-List! Each Wednesday, we'll look at the best new releases hitting comic shops (but because of the Memorial Day holiday, shipments were delayed this week, so we're posting on Thursday instead).

This time around we've got picks from DC/Vertigo, Marvel and Kaboom!


Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson from 'Spider-Man 2'

J.K. Simmons did not yell at me in a recent interview, and I was a little disappointed. Although I hoped to be berated for pictures of Spider-Man, the man I spoke with didn’t affect the personality of flat-topped, cigar-chomping newspaperman J. Jonah Jameson from Sam Raimi’s webslinger trilogy.



By Matt D. Wilson

Each week, Matt Wilson, co-host of the War Rocket Ajax podcast and author of The Supervillain Handbook, examines at a major comic news item and picks a few winners and one loser among the week's comic book releases.

Last week, ComiXology made an announcement that it had rejected from and was going to be taking down some of the comics already available in its iOS app because they violated Apple's App Store guidelines for content. You can see a list of the books that got removed here.


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