Perhaps sensing that it’s not an ideal time to promote vigilantes with a lot of guns, The Punisher panel has been pulled from the NYCC schedule, Deadline reports. The panel was planned for Saturday afternoon and would have introduced the upcoming Netflix series featuring Frank Castle: “We are stunned and saddened by this week’s senseless act […]
Assuming the Marvel Legacy homage covers in fact reflect upcoming storylines, then it looks like we can look forward to Frank Castle/Punisher getting his hands on some War Machine armor to use in his one-man war on crime. No creative team has been officially announced. It’s a brilliant story idea with immense potential, but […]
A few things we’re seeing from orbit while on Monitor Duty in The Beat Watchtower: The Marvel solicitations for October do not seem to have an issue of Captain America scheduled. And Sam Wilson is now the Falcon again, not Cap. Is Marvel saving something for a surprise reveal? Does the character need a rest […]
Bang bang. Welcome back the one who knocks.
This past weekend Marvel and Netflix brought the gritty street story of Daredevil back onto our screens to make us all forget about 2003’s… unpleasantness. While the streaming service rarely produces concrete numbers as far as viewership goes; the consensus among social media seems to be that the show was an unmitigated success. Not only was […]
Whilst everybody else has been preparing for the War of San Diego this weekend, Sean Gordon Murphy has slipped in and stolen the spotlight for himself. The artist has taken time from his current series The Wake to create and publish a number of commissions over the last few days, and they’re stunning. He’s posted […]
By Steve Morris The first creative team for the December-launching Marvel Now comics has been revealed today on Newsarama: artist Steve Dillon and writer Daniel Way will be relaunching Thunderbolts. The team will be named after their new leader – Thunderbolt Ross, AKA the Red Hulk. Steve Morrishttp://stardarkcity.wordpress.com/
By Steve Morris Pleased with the success of these teasers at the start of Marvel NOW, it looks like Marvel will now be slowly announcing all their December-launching comics in the same enigmatic single-word fashion. Steve Morrishttp://stardarkcity.wordpress.com/