Tag: marvel

  • Laurell K Hamilton’s Anita Blake Returns With An All-New Collection!

    For years, fans have clamored to learn about the early days of New York Times Best-Selling author Laurell K Hamilton’s popular protagonist Anita Blake—and now the answers arrive in all-new story written for comics! Marvel is proud to present Laurell K Hamilton’s Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The First Death HC, collecting Laurell K Hamilton’s Anita […]

  • With Great Power Comes Spider-Man!

    You’ve seen how Spider-Man became Peter Parker, but now you’ll find out just what happened next! In the tradition of Spider-Man: Reign, Silver Surfer: Requiem and Captain America: The Chosen comes the newest Marvel Knights series—Spider-Man: With Great Power #1 (of 5). Critically-acclaimed writer David Lapham (Stray Bullets) joins renowned artist Tony Harris (Ex Machina) […]

  • Iron Man & Hulk Team Up In Revolutionary New Animated Advervideos!

    Marvel is pleased to announce that True Believers can now experience the team of Iron Man and Hulk in a series of groundbreaking Marvel Adventures Animated Advervideos! This series of advertisements, created, in a fun video format, were developed to promote the popular, all-ages Marvel Adventures line of comic books. In this action-packed thrill-ride Marvel […]

  • The Young Avengers Return!

    Because You Demanded It! Spinning out of the critically-acclaimed Young Avengers, the hottest new super-team of the century is back in Young Avengers Presents #1 (of 6)! Eisner & Harvey Award-winning scribe Ed Brubaker (Captain America, Daredevil, Criminal), rising star artist Paco Medina (New X-Men) and cover artist Jim Cheung (New Avengers Illuminati, co-creator of […]

  • The Sensational Spider-Man #41: One More Day part 3

    One More Day, at it’s roots is a simple story: Aunt May is on the verge of death, Peter Parker is trying to find a way to save her, but keeps running in to dead ends. The background behind One More Day is a bit more complicated. A War and a Bullet Months ago, there […]

  • Marvel Offers Subscription Web Comics

    Is $9.99 too much to pay for an online comic book subscription service? Marvel doesn’t seem to think so, but time will tell how their fans feel.

  • Catain America, Civil War and Marvel Comics

    A recent comment reminded me of an article I wrote about the death of Captain America. I invited the general public to get over it. It seemed the day Captain America #25 was released the media couldn’t keep from talking about it. Some fans of Captain America went in to a depression, some lashed out […]

  • Iron Man Teaser (Bootlegged at ComiCon) Video

    The Iron Man movie will most likely suck like most of the other Marvel movies… but this teaser still manages to make me want to watch it. The suit looks awesome and Stark’s attitude seems dead on. In fact, it appears that Marvel hasn’t strayed too far from Iron Man’s origin, which is always a […]

  • Marvel Zombies 2

    Robert Kirkman, the Zombie King of Comics (George A. Romero is still overall zombie king), has written Marvel Zombies 2, slatted for early October. To say I’m excited about this is an understatement. It seems this sequel will deal with a zombie Civil War. First off, there’s the cover that was floating around for quite […]

  • World War Hulk Front Line #1 Review

    During the Civil War event earlier this year I was pretty bored. I was just getting in to Marvel and decided to read the entire event… every single tie-in. That was a mistake. Most of the tie-ins were poorly written… an attempt to ride the coat tails of Civil War’s great promotional success. Out of […]