The All-New All-Different Marvel had a huge impact on comic sales last month, and the number ones continue to roll out in November. Today, Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Scarlet Witch #1, that you can check out, after the jump.
[Solicitations] How did C-3PO get his red arm? Marvel is gonna tell you in Star Wars Special: C-3PO #1
This December, experience a very special one-shot: an exciting new chapter in the Star Wars saga! Today, Marvel is pleased to announce STAR WARS SPECIAL: C-3P0 #1, launching as part of Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens! Reuniting acclaimed & award-winning creators James Robinson and Tony Harris for the first time in nearly two decades, follow everyone’s favorite protocol droid on a solo adventure leading up to his appearance in Star Wars: The Force Awakens!
Yet another new number one for the all-new all-different Marvel Universe. This time it is the Squadron Supreme written by James Robinson with art by Leonard Kirk.
You got your zombies in my robots book! You got your robits in my zombies book! Two great tastes that taste great together, or will Marvel Zombies vs. Age of Ultron #1 leave a horrible taste in your mouth?
Press Release Bestselling writer James Robinson (Starman, Fantastic Four) and artist Greg Hinkle are hired to write a reboot of the 1940s action hero Airboy, but what better way to seek a little creative inspiration than a night of debauchery? Robinson and Hinkle team up to star in this metafiction about two comic book creators gone wild in the new series AIRBOY.
With Captain America: The Winter Soldier debuting in theaters this weekend, it’s the perfect time for me to interview Steve Pugh, artist on Marvel’s All-New Invaders, featuring Cap as one of its stars! We talk about how this assignment came to be and what he enjoys about his work on this revival of one of the company’s classic teams! We also chat briefly about the recent conclusion of DC’s Animal Man ongoing series and Hotwire, how I was introduced to his writing and art. Don’t miss my interview with writer/artist Royden Lepp, creator of the soon-to-be released third volume of
James Robinson will no longer be writing Earth 2 after issue #16. He announced the leave on Twitter yesterday, along with an announcement of his full departure from DC’s writing stable. His words exactly. So as of today I am leaving Earth 2 with Issue #16. It’s been a blast. Man, it’s a lovely day. Think I’ll take Rex to the beach. Yes, this also means I’m no longer working at DC Comics. Best wishes and regards to Dan, Geoff and everyone. Personally, I was thoroughly enjoying Earth 2 and am sad to see him go, but this at least
Earth 2 re-envisions classic Golden Age superheroes into the modern era. More importantly, the comic explores a DC universe without the Trinity (Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman). With the Big Three dead, which new superheroes will rise from the ashes of war?
With today’s announcement that Alan Scott of Earth-2 is the new gay characters, James Robinson said other gay characters will appear in DC Comics. “There is another character down the line, but that character won’t be appearing for some time, so it’s probably a bit too early to talk about that, but this book will definitely have a diverse cast. Alan Scott won’t be the only gay character in Earth 2, I promise you that.” Who will it be? Does it matter? via The Advocate
DC Comics closes out the week of Earth-2 character reveals with a look at Earth-2 Superman. Yes, we have seen him appear on the variant cover to Earth-2, but here is your first full look at the costume, which looks a lot like the current costume, with a little upcoming movie thrown in, too.
DC Comics has announced that even more creative team changes are coming from the publisher. This time it involves James Robinson and JT Krul.