Marvel News App

Marvel Zombies rejoice! Now you can have your finger on the pulse.

Get Instant Marvel News With The MARVEL EVENTS App!

Landmark App Gives Fans Unprecedented Access To Breaking Marvel News

Get the backstage pass of a lifetime with the all-newMarvel Events app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, which is now available free in the iTunes store! Debuting alongside spring’s biggest pop culture event, Chicago’s C2E2, theMarvel Events app – and its companion mobile Web site –  is the best way to get exclusive videos, real-time announcements from the convention floor and up-to-the-minute panel, in-booth, and signing schedules of all your favorite Marvel creators! But that’s not all—with the Marvel Events app’s social networking features fans can submit and share their own photos, check-in at the Marvel Booth & panels, and follow the official Marvel Twitter feed! Discover why Marvel Events is the must-have app for any comic fan set out to make the most of their convention experience from home or on the show floor!

“The Marvel Events app is the next step in Marvel’s unparalleled commitment to fans at every show we attend and reinforces our position as the number one exhibitor” said Tim Dillon, Business Development Manager, Marvel Entertainment. “Not only does this app enhance the experience of fans on the show floor but allows people across the world instantaneous access to the Marvel experience as if they were right there next to us.”

As the latest addition to Marvel’s industry leading digital initiatives, the Marvel Eventsapp is provided for free to fans around the world with the support of our sponsors. Whether you’re braving the crowds or want to keep up on the latest Marvel news from the comforts of home, be sure to download the Marvel Events app for your iOS device today!

The future of comic fandom begins this month when the Marvel Events app goes live for free on the iPad, iPhone & iPod touch and at for mobile web browsers!

Wonder Woman TV Series Logo

I have a feeling this new TV series starring the Amazonian superhero (from David E. Kelley) will receive more criticism than the Spider-Man Broadway show. Here’s the logo and here’s a brief look at a day’s shooting, with Elizabeth Hurley, and no she’s not the titular heroine.

A Brief History Of Title Design Video

Made for the recent SXSW Film Festival by Ian Albinson is this 2 and a half minute montage of opening titles from the history of cinema. It starts with 1916’s Intolerance and ends with last year’s French film Enter The Void. In between there’s obvious unforgettable examples like Star Wars, Superman and some classy Hitchcock openers, and a few surprises.