Xavier dives into another set of Marvel sales figures!
Hannah Blumenreich is best known for her blockbuster Spidey zine which tore up the internets and subsequently got her an actual paying gig at Marvel. I met her briefly at TCAF and I can safely say you will be hearing a lot more about her. She’s a pistol. She has a mini zine of her journal […]
Though Marvel has remained coy about the specifics of its upcoming GENERATIONS project, new details have recently emerged. The “10-issue maxi-series” will feature standalone stories by different creative teams and current Marvel heroes meeting their legacy namesakes. The format seems not too dissimilar to the Dark Reign: The List collection of one-shots back in 2009 […]
The March sales numbers from Diamond have several headline worthy metrics: DC surpassed Marvel in units – but not dollars – for the first time in a non-relaunch period.
Xavier Lancel dives into January’s and February’s Marvel sales!
While this isn’t the first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming, it’s the first real look we’ve gotten at Michael Keaton’s take on Adrian Toomes/The Vulture, and his general reasoning behind becoming a bad guy in this upcoming re-do of the Spider-Man franchise – this time in the hands of Marvel Studios. As you can see, there’s […]
This week saw the end of Marvel’s latest Spider-Man event: Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy. Read on for our thoughts on the series’ conclusion and the one Monsters Unleashed tie-in that actually takes advantage of just how fun it can be to see Marvel Universe heroes battle giant monsters. All this and (less) in The Marvel […]
Announced almost two years ago, Sony has been in development of an animated Spider-Man film produced by The Lego Movie (and untitled young Han Solo movie) directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. This, is, of course running concurrently with their co-production with Marvel Studios – Spider-Man: Homecoming. Now thanks to a Sony Pictures press conference […]
Personal confession time: I love events! I love giant, bombastic events taking place in huge, shared universes, I just don’t think that most of them are very good. Oftentimes, people lose sight of what they are trying to say with a storyline or wait too long to give us the huge payoff of the fight […]
Spoilers for Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy #3! Comics characters in a shared universe typically don’t stay dead for very long, which is why Ben Reilly is such an oddity in comics today. The hero first died in the infamous late ’90s Spider-Man event known as the Clone Saga and has stayed dead up […]