Posts tagged Marvel
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Messiah War picks up a short time after Messiah War and deals with Cable's journey through time with the mutant messiah. No longer a baby, Hope must come to terms that there is something mighty special about her, because people are being sent through time just to assassinate her, or protect her. This pivotal second chapter shows just how far Cable is willing to go to protect the future of his species.
After the devastating events of Avengers Disassembled, something must be done with the Scarlet Witch, or else all life on Earth could be wiped out with a mere thought. House of M is the direct follow-up, and completely changes the Marvel Universe's mutant race. It's one of the best events Marvel has put out in the last decade and a must-read for anyone trying to get into superhero comics today.
The "Ultimate" match-up is here! Is this a forgettable cash-grab or is this Ultimate battle worth the asking price?
This week is Comic-Con which typically brings with it a few surprises. That’s exactly what happened today when Marvel released the following teaser image. For those not old enough to have read through the infamous Clone Saga, this was the famous blue hoodie worn by Peter Parker’s clone, Ben [...]
This week I take a look at Flashpoint #2 and Fear Itself #3. I also touch on the big DC news, and remind everyone to go check out the latest Criminals, iZombie and Sweet Tooth. This was a very good week for comics and everyone should find something they’re interested in. I’ve also got my [...]
Hey everyone. I didn’t have time to publish a video for this week’s instalment, but I just finished my books and this week the one comic that stood out from the pack of books I bought was Amazing Spider-Man #661. Yes I know Im a big Spider-Man fan, but hear me out. This week I only picked up a [...]
I’m going to attempt to make this a new weekly feature where I take a look at the biggest comic release of the week. Keep in mind it will always focus around the books I buy every week so if I happen to miss out on something you’re currently reading, just let me know in the comments section [...]
Let’s start with this… I’ll be the first to admit I was extremely skeptical of Thor, only because it’s based off Norse mythology. How were Marvel and Paramount possibly going to make that fit within the same universe as Incredible Hulk and Iron Man. The minute I saw the first trailer though, my [...]
You read that right folks. Brian Michael Bendis will indeed remain as the writer of Ultimate Spider-Man. The new series will be relaunched later this year featuring an all new character in the roll of Spider-Man. After what appears to be the real and very final death of Peter Parker, a [...]
For those of you who have been reading comics for the past eleven years, there’s one title you’ve likely stumbled across. That being Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man. It has been one of the most successful comics introduced since 2000, and series writer Brian Michael Bendis has remained on for all [...]
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds [Available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360] ESRB Rating: T Players: 1-2 Genre: Fighting Publisher: Capcom Developer: Capcom Release Date: February 15th, 2011 Parent Talk: Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is a flashy, over-the-top fighting game with comic book-style visuals, [...]
Steven might give me crap, but honestly there’s not very much I can say about this except that it looks like a pretty nice poster O_o The movie stars Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell, Hugo Weaving, Sebastian Stan, Toby Jones, Samuel L. Jackson, Dominic Cooper, Tommy Lee Jones, Stanley Tucci and Neal [...]
Now this comes as a surprise. Joe Quesada, one of the most controversial and successful Editor-In-Chiefs in Marvel history has officially stepped down. While that sounds bad, it’s not. For the past few months Joe has been EiC/Chief Creative Officer. Now he will put all his efforts behind the [...]
In what has to be the saddest news to end 2010 Marvel has just announced a brand new crossover event called Fear Itself. The event begins this summer with the prologue issue being written by Ed Brubaker (Captain America) and art by Scot Eaton (X-Men: Endangered Species). While I loved Civil War [...]