When it comes to both Venom and the King In Black mini-series, in the words of Spinal Tap, “How much more black could it be?”
Moviedom’s most terrifying – and beloved – xenomorph makes the trip to the House of Ideas with the first Marvel Comics publication of Alien!
Both King In Black: Amazing Spider-Man #1 and Black Knight: Curse Of The Black Knight #1 highlight what makes each character enduring.
Solid mutants tales can be found in Children of the Atom #1 and X-Factor #8.
It may be Captain America’s story, this King In Black tie-in also shows that undeniable chemistry between The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
In X-Men Legends #1 writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Brett Booth tell an untold tale from the Summers brother’s past.
In X-Force #17, Benjamin Percy and Joshua Cassara give some Omega-level depth to the character of Quentin Quire.
I still can’t believe it’s been a year and a half since we’ve had a Marvel Cinematic Universe theatrical experience. It seems like only yesterday that I was sitting in … Continue reading ‘Vision and The Scarlet Witch: The Saga of Wanda and Vision’ Is A Perfect Collection For WandaVision Fans
Kieron Gillen and Esad Ribić’s Eternals #1 is an excellent introduction to the characters and their mythos.
Andy Burns looks back at a run of comics that helped shape Marvel for the new millennium.
It’s not too late to pick up some solid reads for the pop culture fan in your life.
King in Black and Fantastic Four: Road Trip are definitely books that never would have gotten past the Comics Code back in the day.