Tony Stark is going to be taking a sabbatical from the hero scene, leaving Riri Williams to become the next Iron Man.
The sequel that nobody was expecting kicked off last week, as Civil War II opened up with a big death in the first issue.
Captain America: Civil War succeeds in every department where Batman V Superman dropped the ball and then some.
Sometimes, you need a soldier to get a dirty job done. And that’s when you call in for some support from War Machine.
The only thing that can stop this Iron Man Mark 46 armour, is Lisa. Who might tear it apart.
Iron Man is going to need a lot of firepower in Captain America: Civil War. Something that the armoured Avenger never seems to be in short supply of. Here’s part two of our Civil War feature.
Avengers 3 and 4 won’t be one story split down the middle, but two different “expressions” according to its directors.
Civil War II: Electro Boogaloo is going to have plenty of tie-in issues, because what’s so civil about your bank account, huh?
Civil War II will pit Captain Marvel against Iron Man, but who’s taking sides with them? Here’s the official rosters of the armies that they’ll be commanding.
There’s one place on this planet that hosts more plastic than a Hollywood surgery on a Saturday. I’m talking about Toy Fair of course, a Valhalla for action figure enthusiasts and collectors from all walks of life.
Avengers, assemble! LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is six films worth of content, and just as predictable as the source material it came from in TT Fusion’s latest LEGO effort.
A good story and great art can save Civil War II from being a mere appropriately-timed sequel. And at least artistic talent is never in short supply over at Marvel. Here’s the first cover for the zero issue of Civil War II, done up in style by Olivier Coipel.