Marvels 1985 is in stores now, and to make sure you don’t miss a single issue, Major Spoilers has compiled a quick checklist for you to take along with you to your LCS or to keep handy when placing future orders.

Three universes collide this year during writer Mark Millar’s run on exciting Marvel titles. Beginning with his newest epic tale, 1985, Millar lays down the foundation for things to come as Marvel: 1985, FANTASTIC FOUR and WOLVERINE all intertwine in a very big way. After his run on Ultimates, and his unforgettable blockbuster Civil War, Millar explores remote and familiar corners of the Marvel Universe in ways that only the man behind such past blockbuster series could. Watch as these stories come to life with the help of long time Ultimates collaborator Bryan Hitch, Civil War’s Steve McNiven, and renowned film and comic artist Tommy Lee Edwards.


via Marvel

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  1. steviecool
    May 30, 2008 at 9:30 am — Reply

    Ugh. I remember the good old days when they would just make a FF/Wolverine 12 part miniseries, have it come out every two weeks, and it would leave the regular titles alone.

    As I am not into 1985, this is more incentive to drop FF.

    I think I’m slowly starting to channel Britneyfan responses with these crossovers…
    “Please! Why can’t you just leave the regular titles alone!”

  2. Rodrigo
    May 30, 2008 at 11:36 am — Reply

    that’s why I’m into ghost rider and thor right now, they’re weird enough that the crossovers aren’t touching them

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