TweetFinally, a look at the new “remastered” MIRACLEMAN #1 by Alan Moore (name removed at his own request so credited as THE ORIGINAL WRITER) and Garry Leach with Mick Anglo along for the ride. The new Marvel edition has modern computer coloring on some pages which leaves the art, if anything, flatter than the original, […]
Tweet Marvel is really getting behind this all new Marvel NOW! business—you can download the preview issue free from the Marvel Comics app and the Marvel Comics webstore. The issue features a few samples of Avengers World #1 by Jonathan Hickman, Nick Spencer and Stefano Caselli All-New Invaders #1 by James Robinson and Steve […]
Tweet In an interview at CBR, star scripter Jonathan Hickman and executive editor Tom Brevoort argued a bit over whether Avengers #24.NOW was really a good “jumping on point’ for new readers, as the “.NOW” issues have been billed: Jonathan Hickman: It’sa terrible jumping on point. I don’t think I’ve written an issue 20something of […]
Tweet We’ve lost track of just where Marvel is in their rolling reboot. We’ve had Marvel Now, All New Marvel Now and soon, no doubt, Marvel Now: Electric Bugaloo. There’s also All New Marvel Now .Now “Jumping on” issues. Hey anything to make it comprehensible. But anyway, the new All New Marvel Now rollout will […]
Tweet Popular editor Lauren Sankovitch is leaving Marvel today. Among her titles: Thor: God of Thunder, Young Avengers, and the new Loki book. Sankovitch is heading to the West Coast to pursue still hush hush opportunities. Sankovitch will be missed for many things, particularly her karaoke duets on various numbers from The Lion King with […]
Marvel NOW! is now Marvel MEOW, as they are unleashing ANIMAL Variant covers including AVENGERS #24.NOW by David Petersen, SAVAGE WOLVERINE #14.NOW by Chris Samnee and X-MEN #10.NOW by David Lopez. According to the PR EVERY All-New Marvel NOW! launch, either a #1 or a .NOW issue, will feature a Marvel Animal variant.
TweetWith Matt Fraction leaving the Fantastic Four titles to focus on Inhumanity, the series will have a shift-around in 2014. FF will be cancelled, and the characters scattered into various other titles. Fantastic Four itself, however, will relaunch in February from the creative team of James Robinson and Leonard Kirk.
TweetIn a post made to Tumblr yesterday, writer Kieron Gillen announced that once the current run on Young Avengers finishes, himself, Jamie McKelvie and Mike Norton (and therefore also colourist Matthew Wilson, most likely) will not be returning for the much-implied ‘season 2′ of the series. To commiserate, I’ll be posting repeated images of Noh-Varr into this article, […]
TweetFearless Defenders, the Marvel series from Cullen Bunn and Will Sliney, is drawing to a close. After twelve issues with the characters, next month’s issue will be the last. Which is sad – but it also gives us just enough time for Will to offer another character profile! We ran five of these back at […]
TweetWell, that did not take long! Even as excitement and speculation mount over the astonishing deal for four original Netflix series based on Marvel characters, we already have two show runners in place. Long-time Joss Whedon/JJ Abrams associate Drew Goddard will write Daredevil and Twilight/Dexter/Red Widow alum Melissa Rosenberg will write Jessica Jones. Goddard directed […]
Tweet Wow, THOR: THE DARK WORLD has a huge opening weekend, and every one who says “Those superhero movies are going to get old any second now” are standing around looking more stupid than usual. Variety gapes in wonder and awe at the Disney/Marvel machine’s latest success story: The $86 million domestic opening — more […]
TweetAnnounced on USA Today with Brian Truitt – Si Spurrier and Rock He-Kim will be the creative team for X-Force, a series which will replace both Uncanny X-Force and Cable & X-Force in 2014. Both of those titles will end after their imminent crossover event, with the remaining characters forming this new team.