The saga of Dormammu and Galactus is far from over. They have formed an alliance and set their sights on the Marvel Universe. Can Strange stop them before they unleash their evil forces on the world? This summer, Marvel continues the “Herald Supreme” arc of DOCTOR STRANGE in issues 15 and 16. “This story goes […]
The final issue of the series from Waid, Augustyn, Krause, and Fitzpatrick finds Archie Andrews missing in action.
Mark Waid, Brian Augustyn, and Peter Krause conclude their historical fiction WWII-set miniseries, ARCHIE 1941, plus a hardcover addition of Waid’s recent Archie relaunch as well as all kinds of new Archie merch.
Earlier this year Marvel tried out a weekly Avengers comic called “No Surrender”, written by the team of Mark Waid, Al Ewing and Jim Zub. Clearly the project was a success, because those same writers will be teaming up again next year for another weekly series, this time called “No Way Home”. Artists Paco Medina and […]
By Adam Karenina Sherif To celebrate twenty years of publishing in the US, French publisher Humanoids has announced a major new publishing initiative this weekend at NYCC. H1, which launches in 2019 with three ongoing and three mini-series, will be a shared science fiction and superhero universe under the supervision of Chief Creative Officer John Cassaday and freshly-minted Director of Creative Development Mark Waid. The characters and world […]
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Another day, another Fresh Start announcement. This time it’s Doctor Strange. June will see the creative team of Mark Waid and Jesus Saiz relaunch Doctor Strange and… take him into outer space? The Eye of Agamotto is closed! Doctor Stephen Strange has lost his connection to the Earth’s arcane power, and he can’t wait to […]
There’s an Ant-Man & The Wasp movie coming out, so it stands to reason there should be an Ant-Man & The Wasp comic coming out, right? It’s scheduled for June. A 6-issue mini-series written by Mark Waid and drawn by Javier Garron. When Scott Lang becomes lost in the Microverse, Nadia Pym has to rescue him. In […]
By Gabriel Neeb Marvel Comics held a panel at the San Diego Comic Convention to preview and discuss their controversial story SECRET EMPIRE. The panel was moderated by Senior Editor Nick Lowe and featured Secret Empire writer Nick Spencer, Mark Waid (Avengers and Champions),editor Alanna Smith, artist Humberto Ramos and SECRET WARRIORS writer Matt Rosenberg. […]
It’s been over three years since the debut of Kamala Khan, and since 2014, Ms. Marvel has been one of Marvel’s most popular books month after month. She hasn’t been the only popular legacy hero – Jane Foster as Thor, Amadeus Cho as Hulk, Miles Morales as Spider-Man, and Sam Alexander as Nova have all been great for Marvel. For a publisher struggling with sales, legacy hero books – new faces for existing superhero names – are solid ground, so it was only a matter of time before they got their own team book.