Ahsoka Tano has appeared in animated series, movies, and even video games. However, Marvel has yet to give the Jedi warrior her own comic book series.
Marvel's Cult of Carnage: Misery introduces Madness, the latest in a line of forgettable fates for Venom's most underdeveloped Symbiote offspring.
The giant footsteps of the Stark Sentinels lead the way for Iron Man to take on the kaiju of the Marvel Comics Universe.
Wolverine fans are highly anticipating his solo game from Insomniac, but X-Men fans want to see other characters headline their own titles, too.
Batman fans loved seeing a lighthearted take on the hero in Wayne Family Adventures; many Marvel characters could benefit from the webtoon treatment.
Years of experience battling superhumans and aliens did little to help Spidey survive his experience with the Foreigner, a literal guy in his pajamas.
The X-Men feared the public's reaction once the world learned of the Sins of Sinister timeline, but it was Avengers Vs. X-Men that did them in.
Despite coming from sci-fi or more grounded backgrounds, Marvel characters like Iron Man and Captain America are no strangers to using magic.
This week Marvel Comics honors the legacy of John Romita Sr. in its new releases.
For those interested in exploring the TTRPG genre, Marvel Multiverse Role-Playing Game is simple yet entertaining, making it great for newcomers.