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Maurissa Tancharoen & Jed Whedon tell CBR News "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" "is only going to get better" in the remainder of its opening season.
The first image from Jaimie Alexander's upcoming guest appearance on "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" features Sif and Agent Coulson's flying car.
Marvel has a virtual pantheon of amazing female heroes ripe for for film and TV, and CBR picks which characters deserve the Hollywood treatment.
Stars Clark Gregg & Chloe Bennet, and exec. producers Jeph Loeb, Jeffrey Bell, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen discuss the future of "SHIELD."
January has been filled with enough big comic book news to last a whole year, leaving writer Brett White no choice but to examine them all at once.
Jaimie Alexander will bring her "Thor" character to the small screen, with Sif set to guest star on episode 15 of "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD."
With the news that Marvel's "Journey into Mystery" #655 by Kathryn Immonen, Valeria Schiti & Jordie Bellaire is the final issue of the series, ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman reflects on Sif's brief run in the title.
The casts of Marvel's Asgardian's books expand in May as Beta Ray Bill joins Sif in "Journey Into Mystery" while Thor meets the Girls of Thunder. CBR has an exclusive first look at the cover art and solicitation text.
After looking at Marvel's recent sales figures, writer Brett White went into a possibly over-reactive panic about the publisher's female-led ongoing series and decided to write a call-to-arms.
With November's "Journey Into Mystery" #646, the focus of the title shifts from Loki to the Asgardian warrior goddess Sif. We spoke with new writer Kathryn Immonen about her plans for the series and character.
New video from the Bourne Wood set of "Thor: The Dark World" offers another look at stars Chris Hemsworth and Jaimie Alexander in a battle scene from the Marvel sequel.
With the continuing success of "The Avengers" leading to heightened fan-hope for a Black Widow movie, CBR looks at the rest of Marvel's female pantheon to see who else could anchor her own action film.
This spring, writer Kelly Sue DeConnick shines the spotlight on three of Marvel's female characters with the one-shots "Sif" and "Rescue" and short story featuring Satana in issue #3 of "Girl Comics."