Posts in the Character Evolution Category

Web-Slinging Women of the Spider-Verse [Infographic]

by |September 7, 2021
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Women of the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man is one of Marvel's most popular comic book superheroes, but did you know that there have been web-slinging women around since the 1970s? Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduced us to the likes of Ghost-Spider and SP//dr, but there are far, FAR more female spiders out there. We did our best to track down all of them for you, and maybe someday we'll get to see more of them appearing in Marvel movies and TV shows. If you didn't already know, Earth-616 is where the core of the Marvel universe resides. However, there are tons of alternate realities and Earths where other characters hail from. How many of these women of the Spider-Verse do you know?

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This Is the Way: Iconic Mandalorians from 1978 to 2020 [Infographic]

This Is the Way: Iconic Mandalorians from 1978 to 2020

Boba Fett is one of the most iconic characters from the original Star Wars trilogy. He made an immediate impression on fans, even with an underwhelming debut in the Star Wars Holiday Special and only minutes of screentime in The Empire Strikes Back. Our interest in Boba Fett and the other Mandalorians only increased from there. We read about them in books and comics, watched them in the prequel trilogy and the animated series The Clone Wars and Rebels and now The Mandalorian.

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The Evolution of the Joker [Infographic]

The Evolution of the Joker

2019 Update: We brought the infographic current to include Joaquin Phoenix in The Joker, and filled in many appearances since Suicide Squad.

No superhero and supervillain duo embody the eternal struggle of good and evil better than Batman and the Joker. Where Batman embodies justice, order, and all that is good, The Joker is the personification...

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The Evolution of Spider-Man [Infographic]

The Evolution of Spider-Man

2019 Update: With Spider-Man: Far From Home coming out in two weeks, we wanted to add the Iron Spider costume from Spider-Man: Homecoming, the Miles Morales costume from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and the stealth suit from Far From Home!

"Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can." Boy...that song is almost as iconic as Spider-Man himself! Even though the classic red suit with black webbing detail is the most recognizable of Spidey's looks, the costume has seen some interesting alterations throughout the years. Join us as we untangle the web of Spider-Man's changing fashions. From the Spider's evolution in print, to the suit's changes on film, we cover all Spiderman's major costumes!

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The Evolution of Captain Marvel [Infographic]

by |February 25, 2019
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The Evolution of Captain Marvel

Carol Danvers debuted in the pages of Marvel Comics more than 50 years ago. In that time she has gained and lost fantastic superpowers and fought alongside many of the iconic superhero teams. She’s also been known as Ms. Marvel, Binary, Warbird, and Captain Marvel. Her upcoming solo film, Captain Marvel, marks her first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe where she is one of the most powerful superheroes—if not the most powerful superhero. That’s because Captain Marvel has unbelievable strength, speed, and can fly. (Even in space!) Plus she can shoot energy from her hands and maybe even travel through time. So that’s pretty cool. How she got there is also pretty cool, so let’s look at how Carol Danvers evolved to become Captain Marvel!

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Halloween Takes Shape: The Evolution of Michael Myers [Infographic]

Halloween Takes Shape: The Evolution of Michael Myers

Who would have thought that a William Shatner Captain Kirk mask would look so iconic on a horror villain? Seriously, no one could have predicted that. But that’s exactly what happened when director John Carpenter created Michael Myers in the 1978 film Halloween. Not only did it make the mask famous, but it also spawned a franchise and inspired an endless number of slasher films.

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