Although he was off by a day or so, the first comic book series in the Millarworld/Netflix deal has indeed been revealed, over at EW. It’s called The Magic Order, and the artist is Olivier Coipel, certainly one of the best artists in the biz ( but maybe not the best, no offense to Olivier.) […]
I’m sure most of you are running out to see Thor: Ragnarok tonight, and if you’re relatively new to the Thunder God you may be in the mood for some Thor comics to maintain the high. Well in that case Marvel and Comixology have some very good news They are making THREE classic Thor graphic novels gns […]
Civil War II is a Marvel comic so big that one prequel issue can’t possibly cover all the details of the conflict’s catalyst. This event, which pits Captain Marvel against Iron Man, is the latest in a long line of Marvel summer blockbuster comics. It is also a spiritual successor to the 2006 event by writer Mark Millar (Fantastic Four) […]
Today we stroll down memory lane to 2005. People were going to theaters to see Anakin lose his limbs in Revenge of the Sith, the last Star Trek movie wrapped up, and Harry Pottermania was well underway, And four young comedians were making us laugh on SNL as repertory players, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudeikis and Kristen Wiig.
At Marvel, House of M was all the rage, as Brian Michael Bendis and Olivier Coipel explored a world drawn the imagination of the very powerful mutant known as The Scarlet Witch…events which would spill over the Marvel U for years to come.
In this image by Jorge Molina, Magneto, Wolverine, Gambit, The Hulk Psylocke, Ms. Marvel and that darned Spider-Man are all battling…something. And you’ll notice that Magneto is battling a raging…something else entirely.