Marvel Comics has a long history with horror, dating back to before it was even Marvel Comics. This October, it will take its classic heroes and transform them into horror fantasies.[Read more…]
The Hulk stopped traffic in Blackpool, England recently, as the iconic green machine could be seen stopping a tram on the seafront. [Read more…]
Marvel Studios’ “Thor: Ragnarok” makes its super hero-landing into theaters this Friday, and uses its self-awareness and sharp humor to tell a self-contained story before the universe-changing “Avengers: Infinity War.” [Read more…]
By Gavin Hatch
This week we go to Universal Orlando to check out the new NBC Sports Grill & Brew, the seasonal Dufftoberfest in Springfield, and then head to Islands of Adventure to look at the deconstruction of the Hulk coaster. [Read more…]
Colombian-American opera singer Mateo Blanco helped Ripley’s Believe It or Not Orlando Odditorium unveil three of his unique paintings – made entirely of sugar! [Read more…]
By Audrey Brown
Before I get into the finer points of Marvel’s The Avengers, allow me to make a very important statement on the symbolism and deeper meaning of this film. HULK SMASH! (Some very minor spoilers ensue, but nothing about the ending.) [Read more…]
The newly wrapped monorail for promotion of Marvel’s upcoming film, The Avengers, debuted today at Walt Disney World. The new black design features many of the heroes from the movie. [Read more…]
Element Skateboard Team members (from left) Chad Muska, Chad Tim Tim, Bam Margera, Collin Provost and Mike Vallely signed autographs for fans on Aug. 3, 2009, at Element’s newest store located at CityWalk.
They also had a chance to ride on The Incredible Hulk coaster at Islands of Adventure.
Photos by Kevin Kolczynski, Universal Orlando Resort