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Jim StarlinMarvelSneak Peek

What the what? I’m not sure I totally understand what the Infinity Entity is, but Marvel sent us a sneak peek packed with Adam Warlock goodness for the first issue of The Infinity Entity.

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FeaturedMajor SpoilersStaff Picks

IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! But what to read? The staff at Major Spoilers offers up its list of books they are looking forward to, and recommend you do, too!

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Ever since the Age of Ultron, time in the Marvel Universe has been broken.  Now, The Avengers must come together across the ages to help knit things back together and prevent the supremacy of their future robot overlord.  Your Major Spoilers review of Avengers: Ultron Forever #1 awaits!

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Age Of UltronAvengersMarvelSneak Peek

Press Release This April, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes assemble from across time and space to take on the greatest threat of our past, present and future! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your new look inside AVENGERS: ULTRON FOREVER #1 – the first chapter in a three-part epic Avengers event! Writer Al Ewing (Captain America & The Mighty Avengers) and legendary artist Alan Davis assemble a new team of Avengers for an epic tale that should not be missed!

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ExcaliburFeaturedMarvelRetro ReviewReview

With the recent release of ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’, I’ve read a number of comments on the internet that opined that Marvel should get off their butts and do a real sequel to the classic tale.  Of course, what many don’t realize is that said sequel has already appeared, over 20 years ago!  Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of Excalibur #67 awaits!

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HulkMarvelSneak PeekSolicitations

Marvel has announced that a new Hulk series is on the way in June, and we have your first look, after the jump.

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MarvelmiraclemanSneak Peek

Marvel released a sneak peek of Miracleman #3 that has been newly remastered for the next generation of comic book fans.

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C2E2comic conventionMarvelWolverine

As is hinted at in the upcoming Wolverine movie, Logan just wants to be an average ordinary guy. While we won’t know the fate of the Hugh Jackman character for a while yet, Marvel is getting into the powering down of Wolverine in August with “Killable” by Paul Cornell and Alan Davis.

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Dueling Review PodcastFeaturedMajor SpoilersMajor Spoilers PodcastPodcast

This week, Matthew and Stephen discover the joys of Paul Cornell and Alan Davis’s Wolverine #1!

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MarvelPress ReleaseSolicitationsWolverine

Press Release This March, Logan takes on all new challenges in Wolverine #1, kicking off the all-new ongoing series from the blockbuster creative team of writer Paul Cornell and artist Alan Davis! As part of Marvel NOW!, Wolverine  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!

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While most of us associate the “snikt” sound effect with Wolverine, this teaser could just as easily apply to X-23 or Daken.  But I’m betting it is a teaser for a Paul Cornell, Alan Davis Wolverine series. via Marvel

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Daredevil ComicsFeaturedMarvelReview

Much time has been spent talking about Daredevil, and with the Daredevil Annual #1 now upon us, what better time to get your two favorite meatbags discussing the issue?

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Captain AmericaMarvelSneak Peek

Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Captain America #10 by Ed Brubaker and Alan Davis.

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Captain AmericaFeaturedMarvelReview

Or – “Former Captain America Steve Rogers Is Captain America Again, But No Longer Dead.” It’s been a while since I checked in with the star-spangled sentinel of liberty known as Captain America, primarily due to my unhappiness with the first arc of his relaunch.  First and foremost, this volume of Captain America is the fourth relaunch in a little more than a dozen years, coming right on the heels of a renumbering of the previous volume!  To make things worse, the first several issues were drawn by Steve McNiven, whose work I find static and over-rendered, the artistic equivalent

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