The covers will highlight a different decade in Marvel’s history, and will do so without having unrelated words on top of them.
To top off an explosive week of announcements, Marvel premiered covers, titles and creative teams for six Age Of X-Man mini-series on Nov. 16.
PLUS: The best cover designs this week!
This is the third season in a column that judges a book by its cover. Catch up on the current season, or view the complete archive. I hope you’re not tired of me talking about textless covers yet, because I’ve still got so much to say! This week: the textless wraparound cover. Maybe the two most […]
§ Nice Art: Kitty Pryde and Colossus are getting married and Marvel previewed the bride’s gown in covers by Phil Noto (below) and J. Scott Campbell (above). No word on who will be disrupting the nuptials with a fight yet, but as you can see from the Noto cover, everyone arrived ready to rumble. § I […]
Marvel have been running a series of variant cover initiatives over the last few years, tying in to various trends of interests for the benefit of the speculator market. I mean, I don’t really know why there is such a thing as a ‘speculator market’ at all nowadays, but that’s besides the point. The newest […]
Various exclusive Civil War 2 teasers have been rolling out, at Comicbook.com and CBR, and so far the combatants include Black Panther, Lady Thor and teenage Jean Grey. The artist is Phil Noto. Civil War II rolls out with a Free Comic Book Day special on May 7th and then a series by Brian Michael […]
Since last December, American has had a new sweetheart and it’s rebel fighter pilot Poe Dameron, as portrayed by swoony Oscar Isaac in Star Wars The Force Awakens. MEn, women and children are all abuzz about this hunky space jockey who grew up dreaming of flying an X-wing, just like the rest of us, and […]
Marvel has just announced a brand new ongoing title featuring Rebel pilot Poe Dameron from writer Charles Soule (Star Wars: Lando) and artist Phil Noto (Star Wars: Chewbacca.) After being introduced to the pilot in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Marvel is set to begin publication on a new ongoing series launching in April. Dameron’s comic book debut […]
Claiming he was just so excited by yesterday’s teaser reveal, artist Phil Noto has created probably the first Episode VII fan art, integrating the John Boyega and Daisy Ridley characters and the already infamous cross hilt lightsaber in the iconic floating head style beloved of Drew Struzan and other classic movie posters.