The Marvel Legacy nostalgia wagon plows on! With Jean Grey returning from the dead for the upteenth time, Marvel has announced a new X-Men ongoing book titled X-Men: Red from writer Tom Taylor and artist Mahmud Asrar with covers by Travis Charest. Sporting a new costume invoking the classic Jim Lee design from the 90’s […]
Meanwhile, back at Publishers Weekly, Calvin Reid interviewed DC’s Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee for the More to Come podcast. And oh my, but did he get some choice bits and explanations from those guys. It’s always better to hear it coming straight from the horse’s mouth, but here are the highlights of what was […]
Marvel Legacy is in full swing and the publisher has continued to unleash lots of old titles with traditional numbering alongside a couple of one-shots! This week the return of Shang-Chi graces the Marvel Universe. Elsewhere, the street-level vigilantes are taking charge with Moon Knight and Daredevil taking center stage–welcome back to The Marvel Rundown! […]
Wakanda Forever. #BlackPanther pic.twitter.com/hmsELCV0Py — Chadwick Boseman (@chadwickboseman) November 9, 2017 The cast of Black Panther tweeted out a series of character posters today and they are…stunning. So many people are so excited for this movie…Ryan Coogler looks to have made a very different kind of MCU movie, and I don’t mean just because most […]
Comics Beat talks to author and super fun dinner guest (we believe) Chuck Palahniuk about his new novella/coloring book.
It had to happen!
Lockjaw, the one break out star of the Inhuman’s fiasco push to TV, is getting his own book! Daniel Kibblesmith and Carlos Villa will craft a four part mini series that will change the way you look at this huge, somewhat canine, Terrigen-mist victim, Lockjaw. Ed McGuinness made the startling cover for the first issue.
Alex looks at NEW SUPER-MAN #17 and MISTER MIRACLE #4, entries in two of DC’s best series in a long time.
Tomorrow, First Second will release Demon Vol. 4, the exciting conclusion to Jason Shiga’s series about a man named Jimmy Yee who discovers that he cannot die. What follows is an absurd and violent yet touching journey. And Shiga, who won an Eisner this past year for his work on the series, never thought Demon could actually […]
Let’s face it, everyone in comics is pretty much talking about Bendis’ exclusive deal with DC Comics so pretty much anything else is getting lost in the waves. But you gotta admire Marvel for plowing ahead. In case you didn’t hear, Marvel announced that starting in January, the Avengers title will now be a weekly […]
The news of the day is definitely Brian Bendis taking his talents to Burbank. (Bendis is from Cleveland.) A deal like that, Bendis almost certainly has at least some of his new workload in place and we’ll find out about it soon enough, but now’s the time when folks get to speculate about what they’d […]