Marvel has announced that Arthur Adams will provide the variant cover for the company’s summer six-part event – Infinity.
April is looking to be a big month for Marvel with all the switch-ups on creative teams across their books. With Iron Man 3 coming out early in May it makes sense for the company to transfer movie buzz into comic sales. Anyways, today’s first teaser from the House of Ideas is Deadpool screaming for ice cream.
When FF #1 arrives as part of Marvel NOW!, look for an Arthur Adams variant cover on the shelves at your local comic book shop.
Marvel sent over the inked covers to the upcoming Fear Itself: The Fearless #4 and #5 that you can check out, after the jump.
Or – “Wait… This Is Still Ongoing? Now, Waitaminnit!”
I very clearly remember the first rumblings of Ultimate X coming in the wake of Ultimatum, back in the fall 0f ’09. I remember being very upset last summer when I missed the window to review issue #2 (a very likable chunk of comics reading) and was pretty much certain that I’d never get my chance to talk about the book as it slowly fell off my radar, presumably ending. Imagine my surprise when issue #5 came out this week, roughly a year after my frustrations on issue #2. Will it be worth the extended wait?
Marvel released the variant cover to New Mutants #15 by Arthur Adams. For those who like to chase variant covers, here’s one more for you!
New Mutant #15 arrives July 21, 2010, with a cover price of $2.99.
Marvel has announced Hulk #9 continues the series sell out record.Â According to the company, the series continues to be a hit among fans as readers try to figure out who is the Red Hulk.
â€œThis has been the greatest ride ever,â€ said series writer Jeph Loeb in a prepared statement. â€œHaving Arthur Adams and Frank Cho join us for those three issues (and for some surprises to come!) was not only a great pleasure, but it kept the HULK right on top!Â Be sure to come back next issue when Ed â€˜Edâ€™ McGuinness returns!â€
While Marvel hasn’t said this issue will go back to press, it did release the cover images to the upcoming Hulk #10 that features Hulk vs. Rulk (and a bunch of other fellows).
Marvel has unveiled a very holiday themed Santa-Ape Variant cover to Marvel Apes #0.Â This issue collects the debut appearances by The Gibbon from Amazing Spider-Man #110=11 and the first Spider-Monkey story from Amazing Spider-Man Family #1. Take the jump for a look at the Salva Espin cover.
Dark Horse Comics has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles shipping in September 2008.
ALIENS OMNIBUS VOLUME 5
John Arcudi (W), Jim Woodring (W), James Vance (W), John Byrne (W/A), Ron Marz (W), Mark Schultz (W), Mark Verheiden (W)
Richard Corben (A), Guy Davis (A), Bernie Wrightson (A), Duncan Fegredo (A), Arthur Adams (A), and others
On sale Nov 12
FC, 364 pages
TPB, 6″ x 9″
Living with the Alien has become a fact of lifeâ€”and deathâ€”as mankind expands throughout the galaxy. And no matter how each encounter with the deadly xenomorphs inevitably leads to disaster, manâ€™s hubris and greed just as inevitably fuel the desire to try to unlock the secrets of the demonic beastsâ€™ biology or bring the creatures under control as tools to build an even more monstrous future.
Dark Horse Comicsâ€™ critically acclaimed Aliens series set the bar for how the universe of a popular film could be expanded through graphic fiction. Aliens Omnibus Volume 5 collects more of these comics classics, featuring over 350 story pages in full color by some of the finest creators in graphic fiction.
â€¢ Collects Aliens: Alchemy #1-3, Aliens: Kidnapped TPB, Aliens: Cargo one-shot, Aliens: Survival #1-3, â€œAliens: Alienâ€ (DHC #17-19), Aliens: Earth Angel one-shot, â€œAliens: Incubationâ€ (DHP #101-102), Aliens: Havoc #1-2, Aliens: Lovesick one-shot, â€œAliens: Luckyâ€ (Decade of Dark Horse TPB)