Category: Marvel Comics

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Josh Brolin is Cable!

Deadpool came out early 2016 and it shattered expectations. I won’t go into too many details ’cause… who hasn’t seen it yet? We all have. So we all remember the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off gag after the credits when Deadpool said that there would be Cable in the next movie? Well after many talks with

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Joan Lee, Wife of Stan Lee, Passes Away At 93

source: The Hollywood Reporter Joan Lee, the wife of Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee, has passed away at her home at the age of 93. She and Stan were married for 69 years. During that time in interviews, Stan Lee gave credit for the creation of what became the Marvel Universe to his wife.

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Gwenom Coming This Fall

Today on Facebook, Spider-Gwen writer Jason Latour shared a look at the character designs for Earth-65's version of Venom, referred to simply as "Gwenom."

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Spider-Gwen #20 – Review

Did you think we'd forgotten about Spider-Gwen? Shame on you.

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Does Daniel Ketchum’s Firing Signal Real Problems At Marvel?

Bleeding Cool reported on Friday that Marvel Comics had fired X-Men editor Daniel Ketchum. All things being connected in some small way, this firing could be a sign of real problems at Marvel, as the publisher reels from some very noticeable problems in the past few months.

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Magik #4 – Reviews Of Old Comics

Occasionally, I just trip across a cover while browsing the Internet, and I remember it vaguely from my childhood. Magik, the Storm and Illyana Rasputin mini-series from 1984, fills in the space between panels of Uncanny X-Men #160. In that issue, the X-Men, and Colossus's little sister Illyana are transported to the other-dimensional domain of Belasco, a one-armed sorcerer that had previously faced off against Ka-Zar and Shanna, the She-Devil. Near the end, as the X-Men are escaping, Belasco takes Illyana from their grasp. For a brief second, Kitty Pryde loses her grip on Illyana, but regains it, only to pull her through after she's been in Belasco's realm for several years. Later on, Illyana would exhibit mutant abilities to travel through space and time using "discs" similar to those that randomly appeared in Belasco's realm. She also began using magical abilities and summoning a "soul-sword" that went from looking like a lightsaber to a traditional, albeit glowing sword. This series explained what happened in that span of time.

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WTF Marvel?

The news of Marvel’s retreat from diversity after Secret Empire practically broke the Internet. Vloggers, bloggers and news sites went out of their way to criticize and analyze the news and the possible reasons behind the relaunch and the possible directions all of this could go. If you were expecting me to be different, then

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Cover Gallery – Saga Of Crystar, Crystal Warrior

Published by Marvel from 1983- 1985, Saga of Crystar was a comic book series created to tie into a toy line. Overall, the comic was atrocious, but it did feature some fantastic covers, most of which were done by Michael Golden. Golden provided some of the best covers of the 1980s.

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First Thoughts On Marvel “Legacy”

Source: The Hollwood Reporter At C2E2, Marvel Comics announced its own relaunch of its entire line that promises to return the company's characters to their roots. It's entitled Marvel Legacy.

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Marvel Announces New Darth Vader Comic for 2017!

Marvel has announced a new ongoing Star Wars series about the legendary Sith lord Darth Vader.  The new series will be written by Charles Soule, who has written several Star Wars series for Marvel (including Poe Dameron, Lando, Obi-Wan & Anakin), with art by Giuseppe Camuncoli.  The series will pick up the second Revenge of the Sith ends, with Vader and Palpatine on the bridge of a star destroyer looking at the still in construction Death Star. The first arc of the series will deal with Vader constructing his red lightsaber. I know many fans, including myself, was disappointed when the last Darth Vader book ended. This one has much hope and promise. Read on for more info from this series via IGN. 

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Kingpin #1 – Review

I've made no secret that I'm a big fan of Matthew Rosenberg. The promise of his new Kingpin series was one of a Crime Noir drama, deep and rich and worthy of a character like the Kingpin. Kingpin has faced down super-heroes and proven himself capable of recovering from defeat more than once. He has been in both the penthouse and in the gutter, and always been true to  his own character. If I were to be the one to choose the writer for a continuing series starring Wilson Fisk, I would probably pick Matthew Rosenberg. However, even the best writers can have problems centering a series around a villain, is he up to the challenge?

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Review: Star Wars #28

I decided to review a comic from last week, having a day off from my day job and feeling the need to earn my keep around here. Looking around, I found the latest issue of Star Wars, a little disappointed that Stuart Immonen wasn't doing the interior art, but willing to give Larroca a chance. I recognize the name but couldn't place a major project I remembered him from, not having read a lot of his work on any of the other Marvel titles.

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