Even though the article you are looking for had to be removed, you can rejoice knowing Marvel Comics has your back, delivering up a massive 19 title sneak peek of issues arriving in stores next week (August 22). In Part 1, we have Amazing Spider-Man #543, Astonishing X-Men 22, Cable & Deadpool 44, Fantastic Five #4, Immortal Iron Fist 8, Iron Man 21, Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four 27, Marvel Adventures Iron Man 4, Marvel Adventures The Avengers 15, and Marvel Illustrated: Last of the Mahicans 4.
Is the new Captain America Frank Castle or Bucky? That’s the question Marvel Comics posed to Major Spoilers when it sent a sneak peek of Punisher War Journal #11. Bucky doesn’t seem to happy the Punisher is wearing Cap’s duds.
It’s not the official return of Captain America, but in the new Marvel Knights The Chosen series, Steve Rogers searches for a replacement. Written by David Morrell and illustrated by Mitch Breitweiser, Captain America: The Chosen looks at how the world is affected by the man in the red, white, and blue. Marvel Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the series that debuts September 05, 2007.
He’s been to hell and back, but finally Matt Murdock and Marvel’s Daredevil hits issue #100. 100 issues without getting a reboot? That’s got to mean something. To celebrate, Marvel sent us a huge preview of the anniversary issue that features work from John Romita Sr. and Alex Maleev that kicks off a new story arc.
Here’s the preview you’ve all be waiting for (or fearing depending on who you are) for the Spider-Man One More Day event. The story will be spread through four different Spider-Man titles, and kicks off in Amazing Spider-Man #544. Written by the acclaimed J. Michael Straczynski, who redefined the wall-crawler for a new generation and penciled by Joe Quesada, one of the industry’s most popular artists and Marvel’s Editor-In-Chief, this storyline will tie together story threads seeded throughout JMS’ six year tenure! When this four-part story concludes, nothing will ever be the same for Peter Parker, as his decision affects
DC Comics has provided two sneak previews of upcoming titles to Major Spoilers. Take the jump for Midnighter: Armageddon, and The Authority: Prime, which ship in October, and Outsiders: Five of a Kind: Week 3: Thunder/Martian Manhunter #3 that arrives in stores today.
Marvel announced the first issue of Spider-Man/Red Sonja sold out at Diamond, which means the five-issue crossover by Michael Avon Oeming, Mel Rubi, Michael Turner, and Peter Steigerwald must be pretty hot. Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at issue #2 that you can check out for yourself after the jump.
Wizard World Chicago is coming to an end, and most of the big announcements have been made. There’s nothing you can do about it now, but perhaps this selection of sneak peeks from Marvel Comics will help you ease into the new week. In this installment RED PROPHET: THE TALES OF ALVIN MAKER 10, SPIDER-MAN FAMILY 4, SUB-MARINER 3, SUPER-VILLAIN TEAM-UP/MODOK’S 11 2, TERROR, INC. 1, ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN 112, WOLVERINE: ORIGINS 16
Yes, it’s time once again to entertain you with sneak peeks of Marvel titles shipping next week. In this installment we have ANNIHILATION: CONQUEST – QUASAR 2, CAPTAIN AMERICA 29, FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD SPIDER-MAN 23, MARVEL ADVENTURES HULK 2, MARVEL ADVENTURES TWO-IN-ONE 2, MARVEL ILLUSTRATED: TREASURE ISLAND 3, NEW X-MEN 41. Take the jump for all the goodness.
In Image Comics The Overman series, kicking off in December, the end of man is very near. According to writer Scott Reed, “The story is a stark and direct manifesto of the future. It’s set in a neo-deco futuristic Pittsburgh, and begins much like a detective story. The plot escalates beyond that, into something surreal and incredibly devastating” The five-issue mini-series is written by Reed, and will be illustrated by Shane White. If you are at Wizard World Chicago this weekend, you can stop by the Image booth (#5206) to get a sneak peek at the first chapter. Or you
Can’t make it to the next comic convention? Fear not, Major Spoilers is bringing you a whole lot of sneak peeks to keep you occupied, while your friends are hanging out with the big names in comics. We’ll kick things off today with sneak peeks from Image Comics featuring Killing Girl, Bonds, Bomb Queen, Tellos, In Her Darkest Hour, and The Astounding Wolfman. Of all of these titles shipping next week, Killing Girl is going to be the top of my list – the mafia’s own secret service? That’s gotta rock.
For those who want to get up to date on everything leading up to the death of Captain America, Marvel Comics has announced it will collect the first 25 issues of the Ed Brubaker run, the Captain America 65th Anniversary Special, and Winter Soldier: Winter Kills in a huge omnibus edition. The collection will also feature 70 pages of extra material, and you can take the jump to get a peek at the goodies.
Hulk is smashing his way across Manhattan and now it is The Initiative’s turn to try and bring down the Green King. Marvel Comics has sent us a sneak peek at the issue that arrives in stores in August, and wants us to remind readers that you can get caught up with the action in World War Hulk: Frontline #4 too!