superheroes

Explore the very best, strongest, most powerful, and influential superheroes of all time.

  • Emerson
    Published about 16 hours ago
    The Boys: Season 2 – Review

    The Boys: Season 2 – Review

    Disclaimer: This article has some light spoilers regarding some plot points of The Boys: Season 2. If you just want to know more about the show and see the final veridict without spoilers you can read the first and last section of this article.
  • Culture Slate
    Published 2 days ago
    Shuri Has A Connection With Iron Man 3 Technology Marvel Confirms

    Shuri Has A Connection With Iron Man 3 Technology Marvel Confirms

    In 2018’s Black Panther, in the beginning of act 3 when T’Challa was presumed dead after Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) beat T’Challa and threw him off the waterfall as Killmonger is crowned to be the next king and went in to the cave where the garden of the heart shaped herb were planted and set them on fire. To recall, these heart shaped herb is what gives any one who ingest it enhanced strength, durability and speed. It is tradition for this herb ingested to the ruler and protector of Wakanda, Black Panther, but when these herbs were set on fire and was destroyed, this could be the end of Black Panther. Of course, Erik Killmonger never thought of T’Challa little sister, the genius Shuri.
  • Culture Slate
    Published 6 days ago
    Chris Hemsworth Says That 'Thor: Love And Thunder' Is "Something Different"

    Chris Hemsworth Says That 'Thor: Love And Thunder' Is "Something Different"

    The comic book movie mogul, Marvel Studios, is gearing up for their productions and officially back in business, preparing their massive slate with new movies and shows. Phase Four starts with WandaVision, which is set to debut at the end of 2020 on Disney+. Meanwhile, Black Widow is set to be released in May 2021. It was supposed to debut back in May 2020, but was pushed back due to the pandemic. Marvel is ready to bring more new characters and close out arcs from earlier phases. The God of Thunder is the only one of the earlier MCU heroes that will be getting another fourth solo film, which will be Thor: Love and Thunder. The film was postponed to early 2022 due to the pandemic. But Marvel is ready to be in production with major A-listers who will be filming in Australia.
  • Culture Slate
    Published 8 days ago
    'WandaVision' Seemingly Coming To Disney+ In December

    'WandaVision' Seemingly Coming To Disney+ In December

    The trailer for Marvel Studios' Disney+ series WandaVision dazzled fans around the world. It gave them a taste of what was to come, perhaps after some time of not really knowing what to expect. We knew that the upcoming Disney+ shows from Marvel would tie into the films and use some of the actors from the films, but the trailer revealed homages to older TV shows that people might recognize, blending a sense of fun with a sense of eeriness.
  • Kristy Anderson
    Published 9 days ago
    'WandaVision' Is Set To Be The MCU's Most Unusual Entry Yet. Check Out The Three Comics That Inspired It.

    'WandaVision' Is Set To Be The MCU's Most Unusual Entry Yet. Check Out The Three Comics That Inspired It.

    The long drought on new Marvel Cinematic Universe content is set to end soon, with WandaVision, the first of a string of TV series set in the MCU, to debut on Disney + in December 2020.
  • N.K.
    Published 9 days ago
    The Boys: Ruining your Childhood Wish That Superheros Were Real

    The Boys: Ruining your Childhood Wish That Superheros Were Real

    It seems like it was only yesterday that season two of The Boys finally came out. In the blink of an eye, eight more episodes have come and gone. Season two seemed like it was just one episode to me. I can't believe it is already over, but given what happened in season two, it makes sense that it is over… for now. The great news is season three has already been approved. I'm so excited!
  • Kristy Anderson
    Published 13 days ago
    The 10 Best Vision Moments In The MCU

    The 10 Best Vision Moments In The MCU

    The synthezoid known as the Vision, born from a combination of the minds of Ultron, Tony Stark, and Bruce Banner, the AI J.A.R.V.I.S, a body built by Helen Cho, and finally, the Mind Stone, first appeared in the MCU during Avengers: Age Of Ultron. With a vibranium-laced body and in possession of an Infinity Stone, he is easily one of the most powerful Avengers.
  • Calvin Smith
    Published 18 days ago
    Superman and Superwoman vs Kratos: God of War.

    Superman and Superwoman vs Kratos: God of War.

    Superman and Superwoman vs Kratos: God of War Ever had that epic battle that could have been resolved with just a few minutes of good old fashioned communication? Sometimes I wonder, in a world full of powers, how often we categorize power in terms of the intimidating attributes we know of instead of respecting the multiple expressions of power we overlook. (Perhaps even the one’s we don’t know readily about.) There are some levels of power through which we are not familiar. The power to connect is not always through force. The power of love seems often underrated as one struggles to make sense of the seemingly indifferent actions of others. For that, the undaunted response may be to retailiate to the extent that we have experienced or perceived the wrong. Do we cover the expanse of allegorical perfectionism in our retaliations without understanding the facts behind the facts? Failures of taking the initiative to understand why did this offensive action precipitate in the first place? This is not speaking towards the compliment of our abilities to demonstrate our mastery of insightful understanding that flows in equal balance with the power we wield. To leap before looking, a tragic story of miscommunication. How often does that story play out in our lives? Perhaps if we took more time to understand one another before becoming ready to administer our brand of justice, we’d have a lot less skirmishes and a lot more celebrations of relating.
  • Timothy Tumwesigire
    Published 19 days ago
    A Year With Marvel

    A Year With Marvel

    Watched Spiderman; far for home and WOW a BIG WOW no spoilers here you will have to watch it yourself. Marvel has entertained me, my whole childhood and adult life . As I child I enjoyed the comic books and cartoons. As an adult i have been blessed with high definition and CGI movies. I literally entered the Marvel Universe with the introduction of Iron Man in 2008, when it was first released.
  • Kristy Anderson
    Published 20 days ago
    The 10 Best Scarlet Witch Moments In The MCU

    The 10 Best Scarlet Witch Moments In The MCU

    After four films as a supporting player, Wanda Maximoff, aka the Scarlet /Witch, is set to take centre stage in the new Disney + series WandaVision. Expected to arrive in December for a run of six episodes, WandaVision is set to explain how Wanda comes to be known as the Scarlet Witch.
  • Daniel Tessier
    Published 25 days ago
    Supergirl: "Reality Bytes"

    Supergirl: "Reality Bytes"

    The Supergirl TV series has been a champion for the underrepresented since it started. Primarily, it's been about feminism and immigration; it's main character is, after all, a woman who arrived on Earth as a refugee. The series has used extraterrestrials as a stand-in for earthly immigrants (what the American authorities call aliens) throughout, and has an exceptional array of strong female characters. Over the course of its run so far, the series has tackled racism, far right extremism, sexuality and corporate greed.
  • Culture Slate
    Published 25 days ago
    Ms. Marvel Character's Casting Complete

    Ms. Marvel Character's Casting Complete

    Marvel has finally found their Ms. Marvel! Fresh face Iman Vellani is set to star as Kamala Khan in the upcoming Ms. Marvel Disney+ series.