Has a comic book character ever realized they were… eh, a comic book character? It is called “breaking the fourth wall” and it occurs in comic books to great effect. Here are a few notable instances where a comic book character realized they were not real.
The 1950’s were the heyday of McCarthyism and like many other forms of entertainment, comic books came to be viewed as a threat. The industry’s reaction to the threat would kick off an entirely new era – the Silver Age of Comics.
At the July 2019 San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige announced Marvel Studios was developing a Fantastic Four film for the MCU, with Jon Watts as the director.
This chart was created by Reddit’s trevordeal, a regular contributor of these charts for a while now. It shows all the Marvel Cinematic Universe titles set to debut theatrically and on Disney+ through 2023.
Disney stunned everyone with yesterday’s announcements at their Disney Plus event. 2021 is going to be a marathon for the company and a boon for geeks. Here’s everything announced at the Disney+ event.
As of September 4, 2012, here are the top grossing superhero movies of all time. The Avengers (1.5 billion) The Dark Knight Rises (1.01 billion) The Dark Knight ($1 billion) Spider Man 3 ($890 million) Spider Man ($821 million) Spider Man 2 ($783 million) The Amazing Spider Man ($705 million) Iron Man 2 ($622 million)…