The Inhumans will get an IMAX release on September 1, but Marvel’s Inhumans television series will air on ABC just a few weeks later.
Last week, Marvel finally told us what Marvel Legacy is all about. For fans who love, love, love Marvel, this may be the series you want to check out.
We’ve got hyphens and capital letters in the right place, and we’re about to find out how amazing Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #1 is… or isn’t… in our ever friendly discussion.
Marvel has announced it plans to rock your world with five variant rock and roll covers rolling our way in September.
Well, his costume may be a bust, but Ben Reilly has gotten a decent start on his return to action as a hero. That’s about to change, thanks to his “brother”, Kaine, the other Scarlet Spider… Your Major Spoilers review of Ben Reilly, The Scarlet Spider #3 awaits!
PRESS RELEASE – An Asgardian titan. A Wakandan warrior bred to be a king. The very first Sorcerer Supreme.
Marvel has released a sneak peek of Spider-Men II #1, the follow-up which hopefully answers the question, “Who is the Miles Morales of the Marvel Universe?”
If you are not a single issues reader (a.k.a. the floppies), you might be interested in reading The Prox Transmissions, and original graphic novel from Dustin Bates, Peter David, and Mirko Colak.
For the last couple of months, Marvel has shared a number of teaser images of heroes standing with their legacy inspirations. Generations begins at the Vanishing Point as heroes team to change the future.
Personally, I would have gone with Star Wars: Captain Phasma, but with a new Star Wars movie coming our way faster than the Millennium Falcon making the Kessel Run, it makes sense to tie a new Marvel series into the movie in some way.