The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
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Ahead of the premiere of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," ESPN will explore the evolution of lightsaber combat in a special hosted by Mark Hamill.
In order to celebrate their IMPACT25 honorees, espnW has called on Marvel artists to illustrate their list of 2015's premiere female athletes.
Axel Alonso explains the decision to kill off Namor in "Squadron Supreme," plus the new #1s for "Mighty Thor," "Ms. Marvel" & "Spider-Woman."
The annual list of the world's preeminent female athletes will feature Marvel artists illustrating each entry.
An insert found in the Body Issue of ESPN The Magazine will feature artist interviews and new images of heroes like Daredevil and Captain Marvel.
Fans will get a look at new "Age of Ultron" footage during ESPN's College Football Championship game
Marvel and ESPN have collaborated for "1 of 1: Genesis," a film exploring the concept that athletes are like real-life superheroes.
Axel Alonso returns to talk the new "Howard the Duck" series, the #SaveStorm campaign, "Ultron Forever," "Star Wars," "Preacher" on TV and more.
Marvel celebrates January's first ever College Football Playoff with variant covers featuring its heroes declaring themselves "IN" for the event.
In advance of the 2010 NBA season, Marvel's top artists iclusing Joe Quesada and John Romita, Sr. teamed with "ESPN The Magazine" to give all 30 teams the superhero treatment. We spoke with the project editors for the full scoop.