Voice actors Fred Tatasciore and Travis Willingham discuss bringing the feisty relationship between Hulk and Thor to the small screen.
HEROES actor Adrian Pasdar tells us about the importance of making Tony Stark his own, rather than trying to replicate Robert Downey Jr.
Check out every single Marvel Comics preview for titles on sale July 3, including AVENGERS #15 & SUPERIOR FOES OF SPIDER-MAN #1.
The untitled upcoming films keep coming for Marvel Studios, with a third one reportedly scheduled for July 2016.
Kieron Gillen discusses UBER — a very different book than IRON MAN or YOUNG AVENGERS — and the latest on PHONOGRAM.
Robert Downey Jr. is indeed returning as Tony Stark for both AVENGERS 2 and AVENGERS 3, Marvel announced on Thursday.
Jeph Loeb and Steven T. Seagle, both executive producers of the new Disney XD animated series, tell us what makes the show unique.
Though it's probably a little early to get in line, Marvel is staking out territory for the first weekend in May, three and four years from now.
Writer Frank Tieri talks about the upcoming tie-in miniseries, featuring villains like Spymaster making the most out of a bad situation.
"The Secret Origin of Tony Stark" is promising big changes, and Gillen gives us further insight as to why it needs to happen.
The new Avenger's animated series is set to take off, check out the latest preview.
The artist talks to us about illustrating AGE OF ULTRON #8, which takes place solely in the post-Hank Pym altered Marvel Universe.
We've discussed the best, and now here are George's picks for the... not-so best of Tony Stark's rogues gallery.
In part 2 of our interview with Kieron Gillen at C2E2 2013, we dig deeper into Young Avengers and Uber.
With the INFINITY event looming for later this summer, folks like Rick Remender and Kieron Gillen talk Marvel
We all know how Iron Man came to being - but how about the man behind the iron mask?
Iron Man ? or a reasonable facsimile ? is keeping a very close watch on the Marvel Universe in these interior pages.
Marvel has frequently gone back to the (very) early days with their characters, so Graeme advocates for 10 more