Empyre #4 is full of meaningful storyline developments that will matter even after the event comes to its conclusion.
This week’s Heroes & Villains takes us into the world of Dark Nights: Death Metal Legends of the Dark Knights, along with a look at Giant-Size X-Men: Fantomex.
Sure there’s action, but both X-Factor #1 and Captain Marvel #18 shine thanks to their focus on character development.
Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling and Empyre: X-Men not only compliment the Empyre event, but they stand on their own as well.
The New Mutants panel from Comic-Con @Home had an added bonus to go with appearances from the cast and director Josh Boone.
Considering what the world is going through right now, we need some blockbuster stories to keep us entertained. Empyre #1 is that story.
There were many new Marvel books that hit shelves this past week, but the one that really feels of the moment we’re in is nearly forty years old.
Ravencroft: Institute For The Criminally Insane and Hawkeye: Freefall managed to tell some great stories that felt slightly off the beaten Marvel path.
Today, Marvel Entertainment announced three iconic franchises – ALIEN, PREDATOR, and ALIEN VS. PREDATOR – will be launching all-new stories with Marvel Comics starting in 2021!
Avengers: Empyre managed to get me interested in the summer storyline, and I don’t think I can pay it a bigger compliment than that.
The comic industry gathered to mourn today as news broke that famed Marvel Comics inker Joe Sinnott had passed away at the age of 93.
A legendary Space Marine Chapter Master of the Warhammer 40,000 universe, Marneus Calgar leads his elite Ultramarines against humanity’s greatest threats and has had his dark past shrouded in mystery…until now.