This June – prepare to meet the strangest super team of them all as they emerge from Monster Metropolis and take Battleworld head on! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look at MRS. DEADPOOL AND THE HOWLING COMMANDOS #1 – a new Secret Wars series! Continue reading Monsters Smash Across the WARZONES! in MRS. DEADPOOL AND THE HOWLING COMMANDOS #1
The biggest Spider-Man event of all time was just the beginning! This May, writer Mike Costa (Scarlet Spiders) and artist Andre Lima Araujo (Inhuman) wallcrawl and webswing through Secret Wars in the pages of SPIDER-VERSE #1!
ALL-NEW, ALL-DIFFERENT AVENGERS &
UNCANNY INHUMANS Explode Into Free Comic Book Day!
Your First Glimpse Into the Post-SECRET WARS Marvel Universe!
The biggest heroes, the biggest creators and the biggest stories in comics today are coming to FREE COMIC BOOK DAY this year!
Wallcrawling Webslinging Warriors Cross into the WARZONE! in SPIDER-VERSE #1!
SECRET WARS Reunites The Biggest Heroes of SPIDER-VERSE This May!
The biggest Spider-Man event of all time continues in the WARZONE! this May as spider-powered heroes from every universe find themselves stranded on the surface of Battleworld in SPIDER-VERSE #1! From writer Mike Costa (Scarlet Spiders, G.I. Joe) and Andre Lima Araujo (Avengers A.I.) comes a brand-new Secret Wars series pitting the breakout stars of the Spider-Verse event against the worst Battleworld can throw at them! Continue reading Marvel brings ‘Spider-Verse’ to The Secret Wars
J. Scott Campbell, Arthur Suydam, Nick Bradshaw, John Bolton, Ben Templesmith, Tim Seeley, George Perez, and many more incredible artists!
Michael Hussar Movie Poster
FEBRUARY 11, 2015
FC • 208+ pages • Teen+
The Claws Come Out This January in WOLVERINES #1!
New Weekly Series Spinning Out of Death of Wolverine!
His death was only the beginning. Spinning directly out of the chart-topping Death of Wolverine, The Logan Legacy and The Weapon X Program comes a brand-new weekly series kicking off this January in WOLVERINES #1! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your new look at the blockbuster first issue from the star-studded creative team of Charles Soule, Ray Fawkes, Alisson Borges and All-New Young Gun artist Nick Bradshaw!
WOLVERINES #1 (NOV140736)
Written by CHARLES SOULE & RAY FAWKES
Art & Cover by NICK BRADSHAW & ALISSON BORGES
Variant Cover by GABRIELE DELL’OTTO (NOV140737)
ZACH HOWARD (NOV140740) & SKOTTIE YOUNG (NOV140738)
BLANK VARIANT (NOV140741) & CANADA VARIANT (NOV140742) Also Available
Welcome Home Variant by SALVADOR LARROCA (NOV140739)
On-Sale – 1/07/15 Continue reading Preview: Wolverines #1
“Planet of the Symbiotes” Begins in
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #21!
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #21 (SEP140871)
Art by VALERIO SCHITI
Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
Rocket Raccoon & Groot Variant by DUSTIN NGUYEN (SEP140872)
FOC – 10/27/14, On-Sale – 11/19/14 Continue reading Preview: Guardians of the Galaxy #21
I threw down some opinion on this earlier this week, but I guess I put the cart before the horse, as Marvel has officially announced this new weekly title. Despite how I feel about a weekly coming from Marvel, the book looks fairly interesting. Wolverines is being co-written by Charles Soule and Ray Fawkes, with Nick Bradshaw on the early artist duties, but the demands of weekly book will certainly require an artist change sooner rather than later. Here’s the full news release from Marvel.
News came out of NYCC this weekend about the new Marvel weekly title Wolverines. This small tidbit of news may not sound too important, but it’s a huge deal, for a lot of reasons.
Review: Guardians of the Galaxy #17
Written by Brian Michael Bendis
Art by Nick Bradshaw, Michael Oeming, and Walden Wong
Star Lord and Captain Marvel try a daring escape from Spartax and the clutches of King J-Son while Gamora deals with some Badoon baddies with the help of Angela and Drax the Destroyer engages in a one on one fight with Gladiator. With the Guardians of the Galaxy movie coming out this weekend, I decided to give this title a shot and what I got was a mostly a mixed bag. Continue reading Review: Guardians of the Galaxy #17