Spawn is a superhero character in the comic book series of the same name, published by Image Comics. Created by the comic book artist named Todd McFarlane, Spawn first appeared in Spawn comic series #1. This fictional hero appeared at the Wizard magazine as the 60th on the top 200 comics of … Read more

The Darkness

The Darkness was an American comic series published by Top Cow Productions in 1996. The concept was from the comic artists, namely, Marc Silvestri, David Wohl, and Garth Ennis. The Darkness first appeared in the comic series of Witchblade #10, released in November 1996. What is The Darkness? The Darkness is known … Read more

Captain Marvel

The name “Captain Marvel” is not just a name for one superhero. It was shared by various characters across three different publishers. Throughout the years, there have been nine Captain Marvels with a substantial percentage coming from Marvel Comics. We suggest you also read about Gemma Chan who is one of the … Read more

Learn About One of Marvel’s Most Popular Characters – Spider-Man

Spider-Man was designed by the writer-editor, Stan Lee, along with Steve Ditko, Lee’s co-plotter. Together, the pair has produced thirty-eight comic issues from March 1963, up to July 1966. However, after the 38th issue, Ditko quit, while Lee remained the author until the 100th issue. By then, several other writers and artists … Read more

Captain America

Captain America is a superhero character created by cartoonists Jack Kirby and Joe Simon. The character first appeared from the predecessor of Marvel Comics, the Timely Comic’s Captain America issue #1 in March 1941. Captain America is a superhero and super-soldier who fought against the Axis powers on World War II. During … Read more

Squirrel Girl

Doreen Green (also known as Squirrel Girl) was created by Will Murray and Steve Ditko and first appeared in Marvel Super-Heroes, Volume 2, issue #8, released in 1991. Doreen has improved squirrel-like strength and agility, and an ability to communicate with squirrels. She was a member of the Great Lake Avengers and … Read more

Union Jack

Union Jack is one of the superhero characters that were published under Marvel Comics. He was a hero whose mantle was taken by various fictional characters including, James Falsworth, Brian Falsworth, and Joseph Chapman. In 1976, the original Union Jack (James Falsworth) created by Roy Thomas and Frank Robbins first appeared in … Read more


She-Hulk is a Marvel female superhero character initially created by Stan Lee, and artist John Buscema. She was the last character that Lee had created for Marvel Comics, until his return in 1992 with Ravage 2099 comics. The creation of She-Hulk was made after the success of The Incredible Hulk and The … Read more

Black Panther of Wakanda

Black Panther is a fictional superhero created by Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby and was published under the Marvel Comics. He first appeared in the comic series of Fantastic Four in issue #52 during the comics’ silver age. In the series, Black Panther was called T’challa and is portrayed as the … Read more

The Winter Soldier

Winter Soldier has been present for quite some time now in the history of the Marvel universe. As Bucky Barnes, he was transitioned from a bright-faced teenager to an efficient soldier he is now. However, as Winter Soldier, he was somewhat depicted as an evil assassin and a vengeful hero. Nevertheless, Bucky … Read more


Like Captain Marvel, Black Panther, and many other heroes, Ant-Man is yet another superhero who took various characters under one superhero name. Ant-Man’s persona was originally Hank Pym, a brilliant scientist that invented a chemical that could shrink and enlarge a person. However, in the following Ant-Man series, more characters have subsequently … Read more


The Hellboy series appeared for the first time as a four-page, black and white comic, written by Mike Mignola. It was published under Dark Horse Comics in San Diego Comic-Con Comics # 2 in August 1993.The early stories were created and drawn by Mignola, with a script written by John Byrne. However, … Read more