Marvel’s latest show on Disney+ introduces Bruce Banner’s cousin (and comedy) to the MCU. Here’s what to read after you’ve turned green with laughter.
Theoretically, Neil Gaiman finished his fantasy comic series in 1996. But studios and publishers keep reviving it—maybe not for the reason you think.
Thor: Love and Thunder is out Friday; Ms. Marvel wraps up on Disney+ next week. Instead of feeling overwhelmed, it’s time to pick faves and stick with them.
Want to know more about how Jane Foster came to wield Mjolnir? Start here.
The Apple TV+ alternate history series is simply more ambitious and thought-provoking than its contemporaries.
The latest Marvel show on Disney+ will be a game-changer. Here’s what to read after you’ve fallen for Kamala Khan.
The racist messages sent to Obi-Wan Kenobi star Moses Ingram are just the latest in a series of incidents directed at actors in the franchise.
Making whole shows like Obi-Wan Kenobi just to fill in plot holes is wildly unnecessary.
The company has signed a deal to use his likeness for the next 20 years. Maybe it’s better to let him rest.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness erased the Scarlet Witch’s growth in *WandaVision—*and retread a lot of the comic books’ missteps.