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Justin Trudeau Just Showed Up To Dunk On Marvel's Civil War II

Whose side is Justin Trudeau on in Civil War II? Is the Prime Minister of Canada, making his comic book debut today in Civil War II: Choosing Sides #5, Team Tony or Team Carol? Turns out, he’s neither. He’s Team Justin Trudeau Doesn’t Give a Shit About Your Superhero Infighting Nonsense.


Marvel's New Iron Man Won't Be Calling Herself Iron Man

In a few months, Tony Stark will no longer be the Iron Avenger. The 15-year-old tech wiz Riri Williams is taking his place as the star of Invincible Iron Man, but she’s not keeping the name. Probably because a teenage girl walking around as “Iron Man” is a little weird.


Civil War II Ends With Two Heroes Making A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Decision

Civil War II has already been about making some pretty bad choices. But when it comes to a close, the leaders of either side of the conflict are going to make an even worse choice than the ones that lead to Civil War II in the first place: Trusting the not-so-trustworthy-at-the-moment Steve Rogers.


Doctor Doom's Iron Man Armour Looks Totally Rad

Doctor Doom is one of the two new people taking on the role of Iron Man in this spring’s “Marvel Now!” lineup, and to do so, he’s getting his own suit of Iron Man armour. In true Doom style, it’s been remade in his own image — and it’s a pretty awesome mash-up of Doctor Doom and Iron Man’s designs that really, really works.


Here's What We Know About Riri Williams, The 15-Year-Old Black Girl Who's Going To Be Iron Man

Yesterday, Marvel announced that Tony Stark would be walking away from his latest suit of power armour. His replacement is going to be Riri Williams, a genius MIT student who isn’t old enough to drink yet. (So no “Demon in a Bottle” storyline for her, I guess.)


A 15-Year-Old Black Girl Is Going To Replace Tony Stark As Iron Man

It looked like Riri Williams was going to be the next War Machine, taking the spot of the recently deceased James Rhodes. But it turns out that the subplot involving the teenage genius will be going somewhere else entirely. Marvel says that Riri will be wearing red-and-gold power armour soon and becoming an Iron Person.


Brian Michael Bendis Talks Powers, Jessica Jones, Civil War II And Much More

Earlier last week we posted part of Evan’s chat with Brian Michael Bendis, a five-time Eisner award winner and a long-standing writer for Marvel Comics. In the full interview, Bendis talks about his early career, the difference between the Powers TV show and the comics, Jessica Jones, the second Civil War, story grenades and much, much more.


Marvel Writer Brian Michael Bendis On That Death In Civil War II

Marvel Comics’ second Civil War is in full swing now, with the main miniseries and multiple tie-in issues out in the wild. Civil War II started with a major character death and superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis explains why it had to happen that way.


Marvel's Free Comic Book Day Titles Tease Big Drama For Iron Man And Spider-Man

Marvel has two big events coming up later this year: a sequel to the 2006 Civil War crossover and a Spidey-centric happening called Dead No More. Two free comics released for this year’s Free Comic Book Day gave readers some insight as to what’s coming up in those storylines.


Spider-Man And Iron Man Have Beef Now

Spider-Man and Iron Man have been on-and-off allies for decades and worked in close partnership on the Avengers. Nowadays, they’re more like frenemies.


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