Venom: Let There Be Carnage takes what worked in the first film and cranks it to 11, sometimes with mixed results.
In X-Men #4 Gerry Duggan does an excellent job diving into the theoretical worst nightmares of both Scott Summers and Jean Grey
It’s the middle of October, which means it’s the perfect time to read some spooky Marvel takes. Here’s a list of some new and classic tales.
In Darkhold #1, Steve Orlando and Cian Tormey deliver a tale that ably mixes super heroism and the Lovecraftian vibe of the history of Chthon.
Celebrate Halloween with Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N., where fans can step into the world of the Avengers, discovering intelligence and cutting-edge science.
Jed McKay and Lee Garbett cast magic within the first issue of The Death of Doctor Strange.
Fantastic Four #35 is a perfect celebration of Marvel’s first family on their 60th anniversary, while also serves as the return of legendary artist John Romita Jr. to the fold.
For anybody that loves great, unique art, Ka-Zar: Lord of the Savage Land #1 is a definite enjoyable treat for your eyes.
Check out the trailer for the new Disney+ series, Hawkeye.
Some writers have a knack for delivering stories unfettered by timelines and death. When they can let loose, unencumbered by canon. We’re looking at you, Tom Taylor.
You know creators are doing something right when you finish a book and your immediate thought is “I can’t wait to see what comes next.”
The Trail of Magneto puts the titular character at the fore following the death of the Scarlet Witch during the Hellfire Gala.