You’ll have to do some legwork– and open that wallet wider– if you want to know what Wolverine’s doing with an Infinity Stone!
At this weekend’s Anime NYC festival , manga publishes made a bunch of announcements of new licenses, including Viz Media which added two – the titles will launch in Summer 2018. Details: MY HERO ACADEMIA: VIGILANTES by Hideyuki Furuhashi and Betten Court Rated ‘T’ for Teens ∙ Debuts Summer 2018 In a superpowered society, there is […]
Josh Vann and Simone D’Armini Kickstarted a comic about Vikings having a run-in with a crashed starship and an alien warlord. The Spider King ended up winning a 2017 Bronze Ledger award in Australia and now IDW is issuing it to the Direct Market as a 4-issue mini-series. More than just a clash of genres, The Spider King is a […]
For reasons both good and bad, the release of DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 is going to turn heads. And we’re here to tell you why.
With the DC Cinematic Universe, Warner Bros. tried to reverse engineer Marvel’s success. Rather than build each character that makes up the rich tapestry of that world through solo features via the Kevin Feige method, they instead opted to shortcut it through films introducing their heroes (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) and a large […]
How Cebulski’s appointment as Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief signals a less US-centric and less direct market focused editorial approach to comics
You might have heard that Marvel cancelled the solicitation for the last issue of Powers they’d solicited (a long time ago). Brian Bendis had a little bit of snark about that over on Twitter: media: if a book is pulled from the publisher by the author for a new publisher, it is not ‘cancelled’ […]
Although some were wondering of former Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso had been moved to a different position at Marvel, this tweet would indicate that he’s left the company. Axel Alonso leaves an incredible mark at Marvel. His vision shaped some of our most iconic Super Heroes and stories. We wish him the best. […]
In the wake of Batman Beyond‘s previous arc, Bruce’s old traumatic spinal injury has come back to haunt him. As the elder Batman recovers, the new generation of Bat, Terry McGinnis, decides to move into Wayne Manor to help his mentor. But as he aids Bruce and gives his batsuit an upgrade, an old foe comes […]
After months of speculation that he would be departing, Axel Alonso has indeed ended his run as Editor in Chief at Marvel. And his replacement is a bit of a surprise: CB. Cebulski, a longtime Marvel mainstay who has worked in many capacities at the company. Most recently he had moved to Shanghai to work […]