This June, the Sorcerer Supreme faces his greatest challenge yet in NEW AVENGERS ANNUAL #1 from writer Frank J. Barbiere and artist Marco Rudy! Spinning directly out of the pages of NEW AVENGERS comes an all-new tale of the Sorcerer Supreme full of suspense, intrigue and horror. The Incursions are not the only horrors threatening to end the world
Caveat, I am a rabid Marvel 2099 fan, I hated Kirkman's attempt to touch the 2099 universe, I hated the 2009 Time Storm crap, and I enjoyed Claremont's use of Miguel in Exiles but it just wasn't the same. Finally! I've enjoyed a little 2099 again in the Superior Spider-Man run.
Chalk this up as amazingly cool! Minimates will take over the cover of Amazing Spider-Man #1! Now this concept is not new BUT this is the first time Minimates have graced a cover. I do believe this is a perfect combination so read on for more details!
After the climatic events in Superior Spider-Man it will be nice to see Peter Parker back in his main book. You have to admit, the whole concept behind Superior was really good and made for one hell of a story! We all knew Parker was coming back and issue #30 of Superior did just that.
FANTASTIC FOUR #7 JAMES ROBINSON (w) • LEONARD KIRK (a/C) GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY ARTIST VARIANT ALSO AVAILABLE ORIGINAL SIN: THE FATEFUL FOUR PART II • The FANTASTIC FOUR are being torn apart at their very foundation! • Will Ben be able to cope with the Original Sin he’s learned about Johnny? • Will Sue
WHAT IF #34 August 1982 It's a special day here at Reviews of Old Comics. So far, I've only had one comic that reached a perfect 10 of 10, but today that changes! SYNOPSIS: This issue of Marvel's What If? is a special science fiction anthology issue with five stories. Born of the Sun (by Jack Williamson, art by Don Heck) One by one, the planetswere disintegrating while a religious fanatic was destroying man's only chance for survival! A Day in the Life of Dr. Moon (by Harry Dawes, art by Frank Bolle) A fatal disease threatens to wipe out Lunar City unless the carrier can be found and destroyed!
Tons of new books and graphic novels coming next week folks. You can click on each link for the individual cover for any particular book. Looks like we all have a ton of reading ahead of us which is a good thing! Yay for new Comic Book day! AQUAMAN AND THE OTHERS #1 Every week, PREVIEWSworld announces
Marvel Comics has released a special preview of their upcoming FCBD Rocket Raccoon comic! I for one love FCBD and this is a must have for both the casual fans AND children alike, Check out the preview below and stay with us as we will have more news and previews before the big day. STORY
Here is Part 3 of the original Marvel run of G.I. Joe A real American Hero. This concludes Marvel’s run but we are not done yet. We still have IDW to cover but before that happens lets take a quick look at the run. This particular run was crucial in the evolution of the G.I.
Here is our second part of the G.I. Joe ARAH Comic series spotlighting issues 51-100! All of this is in preparation for the pending release of G.I. Joe ARAH issue 200! Can you believe this series made it to 200??!! Thanks to IDW that dream is alive and kicking. A huge thanks goes out to
Sensational She-Hulk #5 September 1989 Sitting on my computer desktop are two pages from an early issue of Sensational She-Hulk #5. I I briefly touched on them in my review for the issue where she joined the Fantastic Four. SYNOPSIS: She-Hulk is relaxing at home on a Saturday morning after a jog around Central Park. She turns on cartoons to find them changing into realistic displays on traditional cartoon violence and interactions. One click actually transports her into a prehistoric jungle where she rescues a young boy from a Tyrannosaur. The little boy relates that his situation is similar to hers and they deduce that they are in a realistic depiction of the prehistoric cartoon "The Stonesteins." She-Hulk still has her remote control so she presses the button to change the channel and the pair find themselves in a sci-fi setting. Observed by a duck-like assistant to the villainous Doctor Bong who is using a device called an "Educational Recalibration Field." Doctor Bong is determined to locate the source of the disruption and begins scanning for She-Hulk.
New Mutants #18 August 1984 New Mutants #18 was the beginning of a new artist on the Mutant books, Bill Sienkiewicz, who had made a mark on Moon Knight and a few other books. This was a real turn, as Marvel's style was far from artsy, and the comics industry was still recovering from the heavy influence of Neal Adams. Sienkiewicz had developed a style that was based on Illustration and it showed in page layouts that, looking back, set the stage for the modern age manner of irregular panel shapes, overlapping images, and borderless panels. I remember as a twelve-thirteen year-old young artist being blown away by this new style to my comics, and was instantly drawn to it. For Christmas of 1984, I actually copied a panel from this comic and used mixed media to make a Christmas present. SYNOPSIS: We open on New Mutant team leader Dani Moonstar having a terrible nightmare of the Demon Bear that killed her parents. We then see the X-Mansion under attack by the military as a young, red-haired girl uses her powers to shield herself as she makes her way to Professor X trying to reason with the troops telepathically only to be killed. It's revealed that these are the memories of a young woman from the future, the girl from the before, just older, and looking much more ragged. The New Mutants, except Dani and Illyana Rasputin training in the Danger Room, and proving successful, even with some difficulty. Illyana answers the front door to find the red-haired young woman who runs off in tears since she remembers seeing Illyana die.