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Wednesday, 10 May 2017 13:48
With all of time hanging in the balance, there’s only one man with the skills to save it. Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look inside CABLE #1, which starts off with a bang on May 31st! Eisner Award-winning writer James Robinson (Nick Fury) teams with blockbuster artist Carlos Pacheco (Occupy Avengers, Captain America) to bring readers an action-packed series that spans history! When Cable picks up the trail of a threat in the timestream, he sets off on a high-speed chase through time to save reality as we know it. Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Thursday, 16 February 2017 14:25
The dominoes of Hydra’s master plan are about to be set into motion. Before the explosive debut of Marvel’s upcoming epic Secret Empire, now is your chance to get caught up on everything you need to know! Today, Marvel is pleased to announce the SECRET EMPIRE PRELUDE TPB – a new collected edition available this April! Full of edge-of-your-seat thrills, The Secret Empire Prelude TPB is specially designed to get fans everywhere caught up just in time for Secret Empire! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Friday, 07 October 2016 17:08
Super heroes – they’re a privileged class. Doing what they want, when they want and suffering none of the consequences. They have no regard for the ordinary people who are left behind to suffer in their wake. Something has to change. Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look at OCCUPY AVENGERS #1 – the brand-new series launching this November from critically acclaimed creators David F. Walker (Power Man and Iron Fist, Nighthawk) and Carlos Pacheco (Captain America, Uncanny Inhumans)! The question remains – who will stand up for the little guy? There is a man. If you can find him, and if he believes in your cause – he and his friends will put things right. Some call them outlaws, rebels, vigilantes. To others, they’re heroes, through and through. Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Friday, 03 June 2016 18:50
With one of their own at the center of the conflict, Medusa leads her people into battle this June in UNCANNY INHUMANS #11 – a Civil War II tie-in! Superstar creators Charles Soule and Carlos Pacheco bring the fireworks as the Inhumans wage war against…Tony Stark? Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Sunday, 29 November 2015 18:52
“I’m Unbreakable.” That was what did it for me. I’m probably the biggest Luke Cage fan that I know, ever since reading my older brother’s Power Man And Iron Fist comics back when...well, before I could even read...I’ve always thought that these two superheroes could be phenomenal in live action, be it TV or movies. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Tuesday, 19 May 2015 16:50
New York, NY—May 18th, 2015— The Squadron is back! Bigger, better and more evil than ever! This June, the bad guys come out to play! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look at SQUADRON SINISTER #1 – an all-new Secret Wars series from writer Marc Guggenheim (Arrow Executive Producer) and artist Carlos Pacheco (Captain America). Hyperion, Nighthawk, Whizzer, Doctor Spectrum and Warrior Woman. Together they make up the deadliest team of villains Battleworld has ever seen. Lording over their domain of Utopolis, they dispense devastating justice to any and all in their path. But will controlling just Utopolis be enough to feed their lust for power? Threats from without and threats from within seek to undo everything Hyperion and his gang have built. Rulers from other domains mobilize against them. Devastating lies and secrets from within the Squadron threaten to tear the team asunder. And seeds sown here bear bitter fruit for the future of the Marvel Universe! The measuring stick for evil just changed and the Squadron Sinister are it! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Monday, 19 January 2015 13:20
SHIELD-1-Coulson-Trivia-KingThere are very few secondary characters that have broken the glass ceiling of support to go main stream in comics. It happens all the time on TV where we see spin offs all the time. George Jefferson was nothing more than a supporting character on All in the Family, but became a star of his own show after just one season. Robin had his own book for a while, but Dick Greyson had to become Nightwing to make a title for himself. I say that because it does happen, some comic book support characters do sometimes get their own book. It is usually a sidekick, but hey even Jimmie Olson and Lois Lane had their own books back in the day (propped up by Superman making an appearance every issue). Now a day you just don't see it happen. When have you ever read J Jonah Jameson #1? Lets face it, if you are a supporting character you are just not going to get your own book, be the star of your own book, or get more than a special issue in the Heroes book, where the hero still makes an appearance unless you have a super power, Right? Wrong! It seems all you had to do was be in SHIELD (and you know be in a Marvel movie). Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Monday, 18 November 2013 11:58
cap leadCaptain America has played a large part of my comic book collection over the years. Not long ago I wrote a column about comics that should be must reading for folks going back to school and added him into that. Since the Marvel Now version of Cap came out I have been on board. The last story arc took Cap into a new realm and made his exploits riveting. Giving him a surrogate son, a whole planet to battle and overcoming all the odds made for a defining moment that brought Cap back to the glory he deserves as a character and the comic relevant again. The readers must have agreed, because Cap has another new title out this month and the first book from his regular title that deals with the fallout of the last story arc. Both stories deal with what it is to be Cap, but both stories are so much different than the other,  one could wonder if this is the same character. Both define who Cap is, and show Cap for the man he is, so let's take a look at Captain America in two parts.   Read more...
Published in Marvel Comics
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