Tomorrow sees the release of X-Men #1, and the fine folks at Marvel has sent over a great trailer to get us psyched.
Is there any Marvel character that makes for a better horror story that Ghost Rider?
Today sees the final issue of House of X, the Jonathan Hickman-written X-Men series that’s promised to bring the mutants back to a prime position in the Marvel Universe.
The first installment of ‘Figure Friday,’ our new column about action figures, collection, and more starts with a quick look into the (Batman) Beyond.
After having read House of X #5 this morning, it felt like more than any other book I’ve read over the last two weeks, this is the one I wanted to tell you about.
E.A. Henson is near giddy about the Abrams’ take on ‘Spider-Man,’ the return of Wally West in ‘Flash Forward,’ and the reappearance of the Inferior Five!
Big news just came through from Marvel – a trailer and list of all the new X-titles dropping this fall, as the Jonathan Hickman era of Marvel mutant’s rolls on:
In House of X #4, Jonathan Hickman goes for broke, demonstrating that anything could happen to any of our beloved characters.
Kelly Thompson does an exceptional job in Re-Entry, which compiles the first five issues of the new Captain Marvel series.
Marvel Comics is 80 years young! Celebrate an eight decades-long love affair of comic book storytelling with all of your favourite heroes, artists and writers with the giant-sized Marvel Comics #1000!
What if we couldn’t love? What if the whole concept was verboten? No touching. No intimacy. No connection. That was one of the key concepts explored during the massive ‘Age of X-Man’ event.
Clay McLeod Chapman brings body horror to Absolute Carnage, while Nick Spencer pens a solid sequel to Kraven’s Last Hunt