Articles by Brandon Zachary
Deadpool: Bad Blood introduced a new thread called Thumper, a hulking villain with a surprisingly deep connection with Wade Wilson's history.
It seems like the cinematic success of Spider-Man -- specifically Far From Home -- is what may have ended the Marvel/Sony partnership.
At D23 Expo in Anaheim, Disney offered a first look at the future of its streaming service Disney+ during a major showcase.
The cover for November's X-Force #1 teases the return of a little-seen X-Men villain, and it looks like he's turning over a new leaf.
The recent corporate drama surrounding Sony and Marvel over Spider-Man might make the Marvel sections of D23 a bit uncomfortable.
The WandaVision set is under construction, and new photos may hint at the magical aspects of the upcoming Disney+ Marvel series.
Two of Marvel's biggest cosmic brawlers, Thor and Apocalypse, have come to blows a few times, and both of these warriors have walked away with wins.
Hobbs & Shaw potentially features a subtle reference to the Alien franchise, which could help finally bring the franchise to space.
A new fan theory suggests that Tony Stark was able to survive all his absurd injuries thanks to experiments secretly carried out by his father.
Even compared to the other DC and Looney Tunes crossovers, the team-up between Lex Luthor and Porky Pig was genuinely bizarre and strangely affecting.
The Immortal Hulk just made a fearsome appearance in Fantastic Four, absolutely wrecking a major Fantastic Four villain along the way.
Quentin Tarantino claims that the animated Kung Fu Panda is a parody of Kill Bill. And he's not completely wrong in that belief, either.
Avengers: No Road Home pushed an assortment of Avengers across the cosmos to try and stop Nyx, Goddess of the Night from taking over reality.
The preteen comedy Good Boys rewards observant audiences with re-creations of scenes from two surprising 1990s films.
The heroes infected by the Batman Who Laughs might not be evil after all. But if that's the case, then what are they?
The climax of Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus leaves the door open for Zim, Dib and the rest of their world to return down the line.
Somehow, the Lion King has become the Schrodinger's cat of cinema: both an animated and a live-action film at the same time.
Invader Zim creator Jhonen Vazquez opens up about turning Professor Membrane into basically an Invader Zim version of Iron Man.