Marvel Explained is an ongoing series in which our resident comics expert Brad Gullickson dives into the latest Marvel shows, movies, trailers, and news stories to divine the franchise’s future.
It also includes episode-by-episode deep dives for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Disney+ shows:
A new comic book series suggests a possible cinematic appearance from Marvel’s most treacherous superhero team.
Spider-Man comics are filled with strange creations and Madame Web is one of the strangest.
As Marvel gets closer to the bottom of its barrel, we’re going to encounter some of their best and weirdest concepts.
We examine how Uncle Ben factors into the MCU Spider-Man and whether or not the ‘No Way Home’ climax presents a brand new Peter Parker.
The ‘Hawkeye’ finale pretty much goes where we thought it would, but it leaves several questions dangling over the franchise. We need answers.
And this big guy doesn’t need the Multiverse as an excuse for his villainy. He’s been lurking in the shadows for a while.
This cliche goes all the way back to the beginning of the Marvel Universe, and it’s why their comics connect with us more than any other.
Car chases, gunfire, and giant Pym-enhanced arrows are cool and all, but they got nothing on these villainous grabby fingers.
One of the Disney+ series’ supporting characters suggests the vampiric future for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.