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Sexual violence in THE BOYS is extremely prevalent. But how much of it is handled responsibly?
Amazon's THE BOYS is a complete game-changer for the superhero genre and Amazon Studios.
Disney+ launches later this year. After this weekend's announcements at SDCC it is clearer than ever the Plus intends to give Netflix a run for its money. What are they offering and how will they compete with each other?
Here's all the big confirmations and awesome surprises we have to look forward to revealed from the Marvel Studios SDCC Panel!
Are you as upset as we are that the Netflix-Marvel shows were cancelled? Check out this article to find out some possible futures for the Netflix-Marvel characters!
What can you expect from the CW's NANCY DREW ? ComicsVerse's Victoria Prisco lays out what we know so far and makes a few predictions of her own.
Looking forward, who could be the next MCU SPIDER-MAN villain to cross paths with Spidey in the eventual sequel to FAR FROM HOME? Let's take a look.
JOKER Director Todd Phillips is warning that his film will upset fans with its lack of faithfulness to source material. ComicsVerse's Tim Stevens thinks he may not understand comic book fans as well as he thinks.
It's been 30 years since Tim Burton's BATMAN '89 proved that superhero movies could sell. ComicsVerse's Ben Wasserman explores what made it revolutionary.
Did that FAR FROM HOME post-credits scene leave you wanting more? These five Spider-Man storylines specifically deal with either Spider-Man/Peter Parker being framed, or Spider-Man being exposed as Peter Parker.
CAPTAIN MARVEL is queer love story. There's no male love interest, a chosen family, a relationship with another woman and a haircut!
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