It’s long been said that what makes good movies are the bad guys. If that person is not challenging the main character of the film, then it’s dull as dishwater. If he or she is, then we often feel for the “good guy” of the film, want that person to win! I think comics have that same element to them. When the villain rises up and we worry that the hero or heroine will not be victorious, we’re anxious to turn the page and see what happens next. Our perception of villains has changed over the years. We used to
I’ve been reading comics now for decades, and one of the trends I thought would last forever was the popularity of comics featuring mutants. However, even I’m surprised at how quickly the mutants have faded away in the last couple of years. Here’s what I think happened!
Press Release The skies fracture. The ground trembles. The end of all they know is coming. Heroes, Gods of Mischief and Masters of Magnetism who have faced annihilation more times than they could count and walked away. Only this time, there is no walking away. Today, Marvel is pleased to present the first issues of three blockbuster LAST DAYS stories, leading in to the highly-anticipated Secret Wars. Beginning in May, be there as your favorite Marvel heroes face their final hours, and the obliteration of the Marvel Universe!
Avengers & X-Men: Axis is Marvel’s current mega-event, pitting Magneto and the Uncanny Avengers against the dread might of Red Onslaught amidst the backdrop of World War Hate. What does the second issue portend for the future of the Avengers and X-Men?
Hot on the heals of Magneto #1, Marvel has released a sneak peek of Magneto #2 for you to check out.
One of Marvel’s oldest villains, Magneto has been back and forth across the ‘Hero/Villain’ line half a dozen times. Now a member of the very hero team he used to oppose, Magneto has struck out on his own to deal with unfinished business from his days as a “mutant terrorist.” Your Major Spoilers review of Magneto #1 awaits!
This week, Marvel Comics released issue #1 of an ongoing series featuring solo adventures of Magneto, one of the Marvel Universe’s oldest (and most dangerous) super-villains. It’s not the first time a “bad guy” has been the protagonist (The Joker had his own book briefly in the ’70s, while many ‘tweeners’ such as Deathstroke have had various levels of success as a headliner), but it’s certain an interesting choice. The old adage states that “A villain is the hero of his own story’, and that’s certainly true in the case of Erik Lensherr, but it also points out a growing
The first trailer has dropped for X-Men: Days of Future Past and while there was plenty of new material to soak in during that, what we didn’t get to see was the new suit that young Magneto will be wearing. Check out Michael Fassbender in his new gear after the jump.
Bryan Singer has been repeatedly using Twitter to release images from the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past. Most of these are quite cryptic and open to interpretation, and the most recent one is no different. This pic is simply titled “Artifacts” and begs the question, who is keeping these items and why? We have Havok’s chest piece, Magneto’s helm, and Angel’s wing that I can easily identify. Is the thing on the far left the coin Magneto had in the first film? Either way, let us know who you think this belongs to in the comments.