With Daredevil poised to hit Netflix and Marvel poised to develop their streaming properties there are lot of exciting possibilities for characters and teams to come to the small screen that didn’t exist even two year ago. With that in mind, Major Spoilers humbly present you with Top 5 Comic Properties Marvel Needs to Develop for Netflix: #5. HEROES FOR HIRE “But, there’s going to be a Defenders series!” Sure, that’s awesomely well and good, but imagine this as the first team-up between Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Jessica Jones, very street level and using Jessica’s office they create
One of the titles announced at Marvel’s Cup O’ Joe Panel was Young Avengers: After Party, a two-issue jam comic which will see Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie welcome in a number of other creators for some stories and dancing. For a pic of the covers and names of the creators, take the jump.
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie bring back the Marvel’s fan-favorite comic series, Young Avengers, after the departure of its original creators. This new series introduces characters like Loki, Miss America, and Marvel Boy, and features old favorites from the original comic, such as Wiccan, Hulkling, and Hawkeye. The old team is still reeling over the death of fellow teammate, Cassie Lang, and some members have a hard time adjusting to a normal life. However, that all changes when Wiccan brings Hulkling’s adoptive mother back from the dead.
Or – “Take It From Me, Parents Just Don’t Understand.” Young Avengers has been kind of an oddball title, but in a very good way, as Gillen & McKelvie have delivered quirky, character-driven teenage action that is nonetheless firmly set in the Marvel Universe. Now that they’ve been able to escape Teddy’s nefarious mom, only to leap straight into the clutches of Loki’s insidious father. Are the Young Avengers doomed before they’ve even fully assembled? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
After Avengers Disassembled, four young heroes emerged from the Marvel Universe. Brought together by a young Kang the Conqueror through the Avengers Fail Safe Program, our heroes faced many obstacles, deaths, and horrible company-wide event miniseries. Recently, after the death of Young Avenger, Cassie Lang, the team called it quits. With a new threat arising, the Young Avengers must assemble once more, because it is a threat they created.
Brian Lee O’Malley did a variant cover for the first printing of the new Young Avengers title and it look like he is back at it again providing the cover for the issues reprint.
Young Avengers #1 reunites the creative talents of Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie, while focusing on the more youthful side of the Marvel Universe in the form of Wiccan, Hulkling, Miss America, Noh-Varr, Kid Loki – you get the picture. So how are the adolescent Avengers getting on? Major Spoilers has the review.
Press Release This October, a brand new team arrives on the scene to show what they are made of in Young Avengers #1, kicking off the all-new ongoing series care of the blockbuster creative team of writer Kieron Gillen and artists Jamie McKelvie, Mike Norton and Matt Wilson! As part of Marvel NOW!, Young Avengers joins a number of titles that will take the Marvel Universe in an exciting all-new direction, as the industry’s top creators join the top Super Heroes to deliver all-new ongoing series, great for new and lapsed readers alike!
Or – “Roger Daltrey Called: The Kids Are Definitely NOT Alright…” The first issue of this miniseries came out in 2010, and this penultimate issue is actually dated 2012. While I like the fact that the bi-monthly status allows the creators to work to their usual standards, I’m bothered by the continuity of how this all breaks down. After all, this story began before Schism, before Fear Itself, before Spider-Island, before even the end of the Brightest Day, much less the new DCU. With my notorious tendency to worry about WHEN an issue takes place, I hope that this one
Or – “I Kind Of Forgot This Thing Existed…” Young Avengers was notable for a number of things: Beautiful Jim Cheung art, a well-handled gay couple at the center of the team, treating Iron Man like a complete jerk months before all the other Marvel titles followed suit… But mostly, it was known for lateness. We’re not talking Ms. Mystic-seven-years-between-issues late, but scribe Allan Heinberg’s day job (he’s a screenwriter for Grey’s Anatomy, among other things) kept the issues sporadic. Issue #1 of this book came out in July-ish, and we sold out of #2, causing me to figure I
Or – “Of Course I’m Serious. And Don’t Call Me Shirley.” Oh say can you see… By the dawn’s early light! What so proudly we hail… In the twilight’s last gleaming? Whose bright stripes and broad stars, In the perilous night… For the ramparts we watched, uh, da-da-da-da-da-daaaa… And the rocket’s red glare! Buncha bombs in the air! Gave proof to the night! That we still had our flag! Oh say does that flag banner wave, Over a-a-all that’s free! And the home of the land… And the land of the – FREE!
Or – “When They Said, ‘Get A Life,’ I Should Have Said ‘&$@$ YOU!” So, for those of y’all whoÂ were not awareÂ IÂ DOÂ have thingsÂ on my weekly scheduleÂ that are NOT comic-related.Â Not many of them, granted, but they do exist.Â One of them is my day job, overlooking (I almost typed overworking) twelve awesome telephone service representatives in their day-to-day quest to resolve issues for our beloved customers.Â August was a rough month for my guys (nicknamed “Team Ramrod”) and has required me to spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about AHT, IR, BP, SV, and other meaningless initials.Â In any