When comic book writer extraordinaire Brian Michael Bendis took over on Invincible Iron Man, he teased the possibility of a companion piece somewhere down the road. Well, it turns out that road leads us overseas as Major Spoilers reviews International Iron Man #3.
Last week, DC’s biggest icons clashed for the very first time. This time around, we turn our attention to the protagonists of the upcoming ‘Captain America: Civil War.’ It’s a much less pleasant interaction… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Captain America #341 awaits!
I wanted to follow a favorite of a favorite of a favorite, but got distracted by the whole Batman v Superman turn over the last couple of days. Fortunately, I can go down the DeviantArt rabbit hole, and keep the Batman theme, with this tiny team-up between Iron Man and Batman, thanks to this wonderfully fun piece by Jon Sommariva.
It’s the Avengers… in SPAAAAAACE! This week, we take a look at set 76049, the Avenjet Space Mission that includes Captain Marvel, Hyperion, and Thanos!
Spider-Man has gone international, so why not Iron Man? Marvel has released this early look at International Iron Man #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev.
Most people who read Marvel’s comics are fans of the first-tier heroes – you know, like Spider-Man, Wolverine, X-Men, Avengers, and the like. However, I don’t fit into that category. Instead, I prefer lower-level characters like Stingray, Firebrand, and the Black Knight. Well, that last hero-favorite of mine just debuted in a new ongoing series, and I enjoyed it! I have high hopes moving forward!
The secrets of post-Secret Wars Marvel Comics are slowly unfolding, including the location of a major-league villain. How will Iron Man deal with the return of one of the worst of the worst? Your Major Spoilers review of Invincible Iron Man #2 awaits!
While I was a little disappointed with the Sideshow Collectibles IGOR figure, Bluefin and Comicove Studios have teamed to release a super alloy 1/12th scale figure in North America.
Luke Cage and Danny Rand – heroes for hire – return to Marvel Comics next year with an all-new on-going series, POWER MAN AND IRON FIST lead by writer David Walker (Shaft) and Sanford Greene (Runaways, Uncanny Avengers).