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Marvel Comics Scraps New Darth Vader Series After Chuck Wendig's Controversial Exit Marvel Comics Scraps New Darth Vader Series After Chuck Wendig's Controversial Exit

Almost a month and a half after it was first announced at New York Comic-Con, Marvel has pulled the plug on its latest Star Wars miniseries, Shadow of Vader, bringing an awkward end to the saga the publisher created by booting writer Chuck Wendig from the book in the first place.

Marvel's Darth Vader Comic Is Doing Something Extremely Wild With the Dark Side Marvel's Darth Vader Comic Is Doing Something Extremely Wild With the Dark Side

We barely know what the Force is in Star Wars. Pushing, sensing, lifting rocks, projecting yourself across millions of miles—it just scratches the surface of that mysterious ephemeral energy that binds us all together. But the latest arc of Darth Vader might have opened a bonkers new door. Hell, it might have blown…

Remembering the Legendary Stan Lee

It’s hard to put into words everything that Stan Lee was. The comic book creator and Marvel Comics leader changed the world of comics as we know it, and like many creators of that era his influence will be felt for a very long time.

Stan Lee Tributes, From the Marvel Universe and Beyond [UPDATED] Stan Lee Tributes, From the Marvel Universe and Beyond [UPDATED]

The loss of Stan Lee is a blow to us all. You simply can’t overstate the impact his life and work had not just on popular culture, but the world as we know it. And so, it seemed fitting to round up notable tributes to Stan the Man from around the world. Some are from his colleagues at Marvel and in the Marvel…

Legendary Creator Stan Lee, Who Changed Comics and Pop Culture Forever, Is Dead at 95 Legendary Creator Stan Lee, Who Changed Comics and Pop Culture Forever, Is Dead at 95

Stan Lee, the public face of Marvel Comics and co-creator of iconic superheroes such as Spider-Man, Thor, and Black Panther, has passed away at age 95.

Doc Ock Has Some Thoughts About Japan's Giant Robot Tropes Doc Ock Has Some Thoughts About Japan's Giant Robot Tropes

Otto Octavius: Doctor. Wannabe superhero. Superior Spider-Man. Also: lowkey tokusatsu fan?

A New Clip From The Gifted Teases the Tragic Origins of the Stepford Cuckoos A New Clip From The Gifted Teases the Tragic Origins of the Stepford Cuckoos

When Fox’s The Gifted isn’t spending its time getting around the X-Men by reimagining significant parts of their mythos, it actually gets pretty damned close to name-checking heavy-hitters like Magneto by focusing on the characters’ children instead.

Ryu From Street Fighter Fights Captain America in This Animation, Because It's Cool Ryu From Street Fighter Fights Captain America in This Animation, Because It's Cool

Ryu’s been getting around lately. Sure, yeah, he’s in Street Fighter. But he’s also in Smash Bros. And he’s a Power Ranger? And now he’s a Lego man, fighting Captain America?

Jimmy Kimmel's Coming to West Coast Avengers, Carrying on a Weird Old Marvel Tradition Jimmy Kimmel's Coming to West Coast Avengers, Carrying on a Weird Old Marvel Tradition

When he’s not giving us our first look at the latest in Spider-Man movie fashion, Jimmy Kimmel’s apparently taken to just showing up in Marvel comics now. But from cover to subject matter, the late night host’s upcoming superheroic appearance is actually a callback to a former Avengers/talk show collaboration.

Postal Apocalypse: Could Into the Spider-Verse Lead to a Live-Action Spider-Man Multiverse? Postal Apocalypse: Could Into the Spider-Verse Lead to a Live-Action Spider-Man Multiverse?

Howdy, boys and girls! It’s a beautiful autumn day in the post-apocalypse—the weather is cool but not cold, and the trees’ leaves are turning wonderful colors, as are the mutant cockroach-men of the Northern Wastes. This week: Why the people of the Marvel universe still hate and fear mutants, why Archie lends itself…

Marvel's Spider-Verse Sequel Is Becoming a Battle for the Soul of All Spider-Heroes Marvel's Spider-Verse Sequel Is Becoming a Battle for the Soul of All Spider-Heroes

As a follow-up to the delightfully wild and fanservice-laden 2014 event Spider-Verse, Marvel Comics’ newly-begun Spider-Geddon has a lot to live up to. It can’t simply be the return of the threat that kickstarted the pan-dimensional Spider-crossover four years ago. And so far, it’s setting up conflicts both exterior…

Shuri's New Series Is a Seamless, Promising Mix of Her Comic and Movie Selves Shuri's New Series Is a Seamless, Promising Mix of Her Comic and Movie Selves

Over the past decade, bits and bobs of the Marvel movieverse have found their way back into the comics. Sometimes it works, sometimes it feels like an awkward mandate. But Shuri’s new comic manages to marry the best of both movie and comic worlds while making that blending a core arc for the Wakandan princess.

Postal Apocalypse: How Can Marvel Update Magneto's Origin? Postal Apocalypse: How Can Marvel Update Magneto's Origin?

Hey, gang! The main topic of today’s “Postal Apocalypse” is much more complicated than you might initially realize, so I hope you read on. If not, I also have an explanation why Star Wars Resistance looks so different, a much-too-personal rant about She-Ra and He-Man’s secret identities, and a question about the…

Ant-Man and The Wasp Face a Hairy Problem in This Adorable Marvel Super Hero Adventures Short Ant-Man and The Wasp Face a Hairy Problem in This Adorable Marvel Super Hero Adventures Short

You can count on Scott Lang to make the simple act of rescuing a cat stuck in a tree into a gargantuan task—literally!

A Brief Guide to the Long, Ever-Changing History of How Star Wars Has Portrayed Mandalorians  A Brief Guide to the Long, Ever-Changing History of How Star Wars Has Portrayed Mandalorians 

From the Holiday Special to The Mandalorian, the Star Wars race that counts Boba and Jango Fett among its numbers has a long history in and out of the narrative of the galaxy far, far away. It’s one that Star Wars has long been enamored with—but its portrayal has ebbed and flowed in fascinating ways over the last four…

The Life of Captain Marvel Doesn't Offer Just One New Origin Story, But Two The Life of Captain Marvel Doesn't Offer Just One New Origin Story, But Two

The Life of Captain Marvel has been teasing major changes to Carol Danvers’ long and at times befuddling comic book origins. After bringing in a shocking twist last month, its new issue this week has lifted the lid on a huge new backstory for Carol—and she’s not the only one affected by it.

Dakota North Became a Marvel Comics Cult Classic Because It Put Style Above Everything Else Dakota North Became a Marvel Comics Cult Classic Because It Put Style Above Everything Else

Back in 1986, I subconsciously decided I liked a new Marvel Comics heroine without actually reading any of her books. Her name was Dakota North and, 32 years later, I’ve finally read her series.

The Comic Book Lore Behind the 3 New Costumes Coming to Marvel's Spider-Man The Comic Book Lore Behind the 3 New Costumes Coming to Marvel's Spider-Man

Next week, the excellent Spider-Man game for PS4 is getting its first piece of downloadable content. It’s a new mission that brings Felicia Hardy, the Black Cat herself, back into Peter Parker’s Spandex-clad life. But it’s bringing with it even more costumes, if you can believe it, including a pair right out of the…

Star Wars Writer Chuck Wendig Claims Marvel Fired Him for 'Vulgarity' and 'Too Much Politics' On His Social Media Star Wars Writer Chuck Wendig Claims Marvel Fired Him for 'Vulgarity' and 'Too Much Politics' On His Social Media

At New York Comic Con last weekend, Marvel Comics officially announced Shadow of Vader, a five-part Star Wars miniseries written by Star Wars: Aftermath book trilogy scribe Chuck Wendig. Except, the last two issues will no longer be penned by Wendig, as the author has just revealed Marvel has fired him.

Postal Apocalypse: Why Do Movie Trailers Lie? Postal Apocalypse: Why Do Movie Trailers Lie?

Greetings, little ones! It’s been a hell of a couple of weeks, so let’s open my mailbag and see what nonsense we can solace ourselves with. We’re talking the chances of the Wheel of Time series becoming a reality! The ramifications of James Gunn joining DC and Warner Bros.! And how Aquaman could survive jumping out of…

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