As Rick Remender ends his run on Secret Avengers, will he be able to answer all the questions that readers have wanted to ask? How can they be “secret” when they’re fighting giant robots in Manhattan? How many world-wide calamities can happen concurrently in the Marvel U before the evil plots start interfering with one another? Does Damage Control have some kind of sign-up sheet for the villains to keep the scheduling straight? Find out after the jump.
Marvel NOW! begins right now with the debut of Uncanny Avengers #1. You got your Avengers in my X-Men! No, you got your X-Men in my Avengers. And Major Spoilers has the review to let you know whether these two tastes work well together.
So is the Soldier, the Winter Soldier, Captain America, Nick Fury, Cable, or someone else? Regardless Marvel is betting that Rick Remender and John Romita Jr. can bring it NOW! Well… in November at least…
Venom #20 is halfway through the Savage Six arc, as Venom fights his way through a bevy of ne’er-do-wells to protect his friends and family. In the face of the murderous Crime Master and the Savage Six, does Flash Thompson have a chance without succumbing utterly to his (and his symbiote’s) darkest desires?
Before PUNISHER and DOCTOR VOODOO, Rick Remender made his name writing the post-apocalyptic series STRANGE GIRL, which will be collected in its entirety this January as a limited edition slipcase collection.
“STRANGE GIRL is easily one of my most personal works and I’ve long hoped for a complete collection,” Remender said. “Even more important to me is seeing illustrators Eric Nguyen, Jerome OpeÃ±a, Nick Stakal and Peter Bergting getting their beautiful work collected in such an edition. STRANGE GIRL was an important book for all of us and I’m happy to have readers get their first chance to experience the entire story in one collection.”
In the not-too-distant future, as a final response to terrorism and crime, the U.S. government plans in secret to broadcast a signal making it impossible for anyone to knowingly commit unlawful acts. To keep this from the public, the government creates a distraction, installing a new currency system using digital charge cards.
Radical Publishing is excited to announce the December 2009 debut of The Last Days of American Crime, created and written by critically acclaimed author Rick Remender (Punisher, Fear Agent) and Illustrated by Greg Tocchini (Thor, 1602: New World). The three-issue miniseries will be the latest in Radical Publishingâ€™s 64-page bookshelf format with a low $4.99 price point.