Wednesday marks the beginning of a new Green Hornet series from Dynamite Entertainment and writer Mark Waid and to celebrate this momentous occasion we are showcasing a Green Hornet piece from Buddy Cop artist Evan Shaner.
As Marvel NOW! comes ever closer, expect to see a lot of coverage of the new books. And with any new book, variant covers are sure to be close behind, luring collectors with the promise of something super cool. Marvel has a pair of connecting variant covers for the upcoming release of Fantastic Four #1 and FF #1.
Marvel has announced that Mark Bagley is providing the variant cover to Ultimate Comics X-Men #1.
Following the “death” of the Human Torch, Marvel has announced Ultimate Spider-Man #160 will get the polybag treatment.
The record-setting creative team of Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley pull out all the stops for Death of Spider-Man and with covers so shocking we had no choice but to conceal them.
Would that shocking cover be a picture of Marvel execs rolling in piles of money?
In any case, the line forms to the right for those wanting to get their copy that arrives June 22, 2011.
Here’s some good news as we move into the weekend – Mark Bagley is returning to do art duties in the Ultimate (comics) universe Death of Spider-Man event. With the release of Ultimate Spider-Man #156, Bagley will reteam with Brian Michael Bendis and I’m really excited about the announcement from Marvel, and apparently so is Bendis.
“I’ve been jumping up and down with excitement! Mark and I have huge plans this year both in both the Marvel Universe and Ultimate Comics Universe and this is just the beginning. Join me in saying my new favorite catchphrase: Bagley’s Back!!”
Ultimate Spider-Man #156 will have a cover price of $3.99 and arrives in March 2011.
It’s the conclusion of a JLA/JSA cross-over, and everyone has turned up for a big fight. How nice.
DC’s The Source blog has posted the cover to the upcoming Justice League of America #43 issue, featuring art by Mark Bagley.Â While there is an interesting mirroring between the heroes of yesteryear and their counterparts today (some are exactly the same), I find the dividing art running down the middle of the page to be interesting as there looks to be some New Gods influence in the design.
I’m curious what everyone thinks of the current Justice League of America, which has recently gone through yet another team change in issue #39.Â After all this Blackest Night business dies down, what’s next for the team?Â DC gave Major Spoilers a sneak peek with the penciled cover to Justice League of America #42 by Mark Bagley.