What happens when Funko POP! Vinyl Rocket Raccoon breaks into Funko POP! Vinyl The Collector’s museum to free Funko POP! Vinyl Groot? You’re gonna find out in the latest Marvel Funko animated short, Bait N Switch.
This week a new version of DC’s Direct Currents free quarterly periodical arrived in comics shops, taking its place alongside Marvel’s Free Previews to provide information about upcoming titles from that company. In this era of Internet instantaneous communication, including Facebook and Twitter, why produce a slick, four-color, glossy publication about your products? There are good and bad sides to this, so let me explore some of them.
My Twitter feed was all abuzz this weekend with people talking about the new Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite game. You’ve seen the trailer, now it is time to check out the gameplay for the game that arrives in 2017.
Civil War II is finally coming to an end, and we have a sneak peek of the issue by Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez.
The X-Men eXplosion eXpands this Spring when Marvel rolls out Jean Grey’s solo series from Dennis Hopless and Victor Ibanez.
Marvel is really pushing Monsters Unleashed at the moment. The series arrives on January 18th, but Marvel is releasing a Sampler issue on January 4th. If you can’t wait that long, we have a sneak peek of that collection, after the jump.
Is the Wasp stoppable? I think the title of her new series kinds of answers the question. Take the jump for a sneak peek of The Unstoppable Wasp #1 from Jeremy Whitley and Elsa Charretier.
If you didn’t have enough Rocket Raccoon in your life, then your life is about to get a whole lot better, as the space-faring rodent is getting his own series at the end of the month.
Marvel and Funko have released a new animated short featuring animated versions of Funko POP! Vinyl Spider-Man and Iron Man taking on Loki.
Marvel Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the upcoming U.S.Avengers #1 from Al Ewing and Paco Medina.
We can’t help ourselves. Many of us are fascinated by even the possibility of the supernatural being real. I know it gains my attention at the slightest provocation. Angels are probably the most intriguing of the supernatural to me. They’re often messengers or beings sent out to do the bidding of a higher power. They don’t always come down on the side of good, it seems, so just being one doesn’t mean you’ll necessarily be someone considered trustworthy. What if someone said you might be one or, at the very least, related to one? That’s what No Angel deals with,