Just in time for the run-up to new Thor movie, which happens to feature Thor in a gladiator-style arena fighting The Hulk, Comixology is rolling out it’s second exclusive Marvel Digital comic: Thor Vs. Hulk: Champions of the Universe. Much like their initial Iron Fist offering, this looks at first glance to be a YA-targeted comic. […]
So D23 wrapped up over the weekend, and Disney rolled out their very own Hall H-worthy line-up of announcements. In fact they could probably have filled Halls I, J, K and L as well. In case you didn’t get the memo, D23 is Disney’s very own Comic-Con, held once every two years in Disneyland, attended […]
Under Construction pic.twitter.com/0emlA0GKHw — axel alonso (@axelalonsomarv) February 24, 2017 On Friday Marvel Editor in Chief Axel Alonso tweeted a teaser for some kind of Hulk with Wolverine claws. Wolverine debuted in an issue of the Hulk drawn by Herb Trimpe and written by Len Wein, so everything has come full circle…again. Both characters are […]
by Xavier Lancel Welcome to a new analysis of the Marvel sales. Reminder: I’m french, that’s why I’m talking funny. Please address your complaints to my “Isabelle Huppert is a goddess” country. This a weird month to analyse. The most disturbing thing is that the usual pattern fall from issue #1 do not work: some […]
Civil War II has concluded and we’ve got our thoughts and two brand new ongoings in the post-Civil War II Marvel Universe. Marvel NOW! 2.0 has begun in final days of 2016 but what comics are worth your hard-earned Holiday dollars? Find out in The Marvel Rundown! Civil War II: #8 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis […]
Oh that Marvel. A new Hulk title with Jennifer Walters starring. As Hulk. Not She Hulk. A traumatized Jennifer Walter. still recovering from trauma and the death of her cousin Bruce. Gimmicks aplenty. But the book is written by award winning author Mariko Tamaki (Skim, This One Summer) so it’ll be worth a read at […]
Our resident Marvel analyst takes a look at the publisher’s November sales, discerning which All-New All-Different titles are posed to be failures and which might become breakout successes.
As we recently reported, the conclusion of Marvel’s apocalyptic Secret Wars event mini-series got pushed back into January 2016. However, despite the delays, their post-Secret Wars series (re)launches are steadily releasing now. The Beat is taking a look at each new release to tell you whether or not it’s worth your time and money. It’s the All-New, All-Different Marvel Rundown, week […]
Well, this is a shocker for the first time ever, The Hulk is going to be…a teenager! As predicted many times, the hulk in TOTALLY AWESOME HULK #1 will be Amadeus Cho, a Korean American teen who is described as a Boy Genius.” Greg Pak and Frank Cho (no relation) are the creative team. The […]
With the new Avengers movie looming, Comics Beat comes up with new ways for Marvel and Disney to merge at the Happiest Place on Earth.