When the Flint Fire Department arrived at an apartment complex fire, they expected to see a lot of people in distress, but they didn’t expect to find Iron Man.
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!