I was about to sit down with a cup of coffee and make my list of hot, cool, new Wednesday Run comic books to pick up at my local shop!
Let’s see, there’s Black Magick #8 on my list – that’s a great series! Witchcraft and cop procedural has never been so fun! And the art is dynamite!
There’s Saga #47 – the best sci-fi/fantasy series out there right now! What heart!
I’ve got the Kamandi Challenge #9 on my list. It skewers a little younger, I know, but I love Kamandi and all that Kirby 1970’s stuff. Plus, it’s serialized by different artists and writers each month, and I love that creative idea.
What’s that you’ve got there, Marvel? A new comic book?
Well, to be honest, I’ve been a little out of the Marvel Comics loop lately. I feel you’ve left my interests in your tried and true Marvel philosophy, your Marvel legacy, willfully behind over the last few years. I don’t know if I…what’s that? You promise a return to everything I used to adore about Marvel Comics? With this one book everything about our relationship is gonna change?
I dunno. I’ve heard it before. And there’s only so much money to go around nowadays. Oh, you insist, do you?
Ok. Ok. Ok. Take it easy!
Here. Let me have a look at your Marvel Legacy #1.
Deadpool just can’t get enough of killing the Marvel Universe. He did it once, but things have changed, so it’s time to do it again, and this time, no one is safe. So grab your chimichangas and meet us after the jump for your first look at the new series Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe Again by Cullen Bunn and Dalibor Talajic…
While we’re on Election Week break with the Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series, I thought I’d take a peek at the ongoing Marvel comic of the same name. I wrote about S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 about a year ago here, but a lot has happened since then, including this ongoing series. The Agents have become firmly rooted in the Marvel Universe of the comics, and even embroiled in Civil War II. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – the comic series.
New York, NY—September 21st, 2016 — Long before Super Heroes patrolled the skies, mammoth monsters roamed the Marvel Universe – leaving wanton destruction in their wake. Now, they have returned! Before their explosive re-emergence in the all new spectacular MONSTERS UNLEASHED #1 – catch up on the rich history of these marvelous monsters with the MONSTERS UNLEASHED PRELUDE TPB coming to comic shops and bookstores everywhere in January! Peel back this brand-new cover from artist Greg Land and you’ll find a treasure trove of iconic stories and first appearances! Titanic tales from the past and present designed to get fans everywhere prepared for MONSTERS UNLEASHED! Details after the jump…
Civil War II, the Marvel Comics event of the summer is coming, and here’s your chance to see the trailer for the upcoming comics – check it out after the jump!
Marvel Comics has a new crossover event on its way – Civil War II, and Thor has a hard decision to make…
New York, NY – March 2nd, 2016 – The Marvel Universe is at a crossroads. A new power has emerged, one that can predict the future – for good or ill – and the heroes of the Marvel Universe are faced with a choice: Wield the power of “predictive justice” to change the future as they see fit, or reject it and allow tomorrow to unfold unaltered.
Protect the future. Change the future. Which side will the Mighty Thor choose?
Civil War II begins in May, rumored to feature the death of a major Marvel superhero. What side will you choose?
Direct from Marvel, Miles Morales in the Marvel U!
This Wednesday, Miles Morales comes to the Marvel Universe, and he’s here to stay! But before SPIDER-MAN #1 comes to comic shops everywhere and digital devices, Marvel is pleased to present your new look inside the highly anticipated first issue! Strap in as Miles Morales co-creators Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli present the next chapter in the young hero’s life!
“Writing Spider-Man is truly a responsibility. It’s not just a gig,” says writer Brian Michael Bendis, speaking with Entertainment Weekly. “It is something that profoundly affects people. One of the great joys of my life on levels I never thought would happen are people’s responses to this book and to this character.”
The spring blockbuster film, Avengers: Age of Ultron just came away with $225 million in box office receipts during its opening weekend. With a big box of popcorn in my lap, I thought the flick was great. You can read our spoiler-free review of it right here.
Why final issues?
Well, that’s all ‘cos of this week’s release of Secret Wars #1. Follow me after the jump for the scoop!
Biff Bam Pop’s It’s All Connected: An Unofficial Guide to the Marvel Cinematic Universe – An Introduction
Imagine a world on the grandest scale.
A world where a hovel in South America is connected to a skyscraper in New York, a beach mansion in Malibu, all the way to the floating head of a giant, mysterious celestial being.
Imagine a world where technology and science and mythos coexists easily and with a reasonable explanation.
Imagine a world full of heroes that, despite their differences, can unite and inspire.
Image a world of hope.
That’s the Marvel Universe in a nutshell.