I don’t think that anybody can argue that, among the many wonderful things about Black Panther, the Dora Milaje were standouts. Powerful women kicking the butts of anyone or anything that was in their way, it was hard not to be inspired by them. Now, their comic book inspirations are set to encounter the X-Men.
Welcome back true believers! It’s another edition of Heroes and Villains! This week I selected some reading material from our friends at Image and from Mickey Mouse’s favourite comic publisher, Marvel!
If you’ve been wondering when we’d be seeing Reed Richards, Sue Richards, The Thing and Johnny Storm again, wonder no more. The Fantastic Four return this summer!
Wonder no more.
Check out your first look at the new Avengers team, drawn by celebrated 2018 Young Gun Pepe Larraz with brand-new, epic story by Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness.
So what happens when the game is finally concluded?
Timing is everything, isn’t it? Just last week, I picked up the Dazzler: The Movie graphic novel. Now today, Marvel announced that Dazzler was returning in her own one-shot.
After years and years of going to comic conventions and loving them, I can honestly tell you I have the best time heading to these things with my daughter with me. This year at Toronto Comicon has been no exception.
This April, join Blink, Khan, Iron Lad, Wolvie, and Valkyrie in a tale of misfit fun and adventure from acclaimed Black Bolt writer Saladin Ahmed, artist Javier Rodriguez (Spider-Woman), Alvaro Lopez, and Jordie Bellaire.
Setting aside my sense of consumerist nihilism for a moment, Infinity Countdown Prime #1, a one-shot prequel to a new miniseries out next month, does sound like a lot of fun!
It’s a huge weekend for Marvel fans, movie fans, and those that have always dreamed of seeing representation on the big screen. The question isn’t whether or not Black Panther will top the box office; it’s how much money will it bring with it when it arrives there.
Gene Colan’s The Tomb of Dracula is a must-have for any comic book fan or historian or lover of art, sequential, horror, or otherwise.
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