The final issue of House of X has come out and Jonathan Hickman's restructuring of the mutant corner of the Marvel Universe is done. Not really, because Powers of X #6 has yet to come out, and there has always been a little present day development in there. Nevertheless, we finally see all the pieces in place for how mutants are acting in the present day when it comes to the rest of the world.
Sculpted by the same master artist who did the Marvel Now! Avengers series, Junosuke Abe, Magneto includes a magnetic display base (naturally). Join the master of magnetism with the previously announced Cyclops and Emma Frost (sold separately) and the rest of the X-Men team coming soon! Available January 2016.
MARVEL SUPER HEROES SECRET WARS #2 June 1984 With the second coming of Secret Wars currently reshaping the Marvel Universe, it seemed like a good time to revisit the one that started it all. For some background, you should know that the mini-series stands on its own, as it was intended as a tie-in to the toy line and Jim Shooter, the Editor-In-Chief of Marvel decided that he would write the mini-series. In one month, at the end of their comics, all of the heroes walked into in huge construct in Central Park and in the next issue came out, some with new costumes and some as part of a new team, and readers had to read the mini-series to see how all of the changes happened. Unfortunately, by the time the last issue of the mini-series was published, most of the changes were moot. The most lasting change was Spider-Man's black costume which became the basis for the character Venom.
I know things are slow right now with new product but I do believe that lull is almost over. It looks like we will be getting more Marvel Legends 6: figures soon enough. The scan comes from an overseas magazine which has hit the net and shown was the following: – Stryfe – Marvel Now
Art Asylum posted some creepy news for Halloween fans (creepy in a good way) and it revolves around Comicfest and Minimates! Read on for all the killer details! Fans of Minimates, zombies and scary Marvel comics alike celebrated when Diamond Select Toys announced that they would be bringing zombies back to the Marvel Minimates line.