Marvel has released a sneak peek of the upcoming Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, for all to check out as a build up to the May 26th preview on Disney XD.
Marvel released a sneak peek of Avengers #14 by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Spencer.
Joss Whedon has confirmed a specific pair of siblings are going to be joining the cast for Avengers 2. Take the jump to find out who.
Or – “It IS A Little Weird That Teenagers Killing Each Other Is A Genre Now…”
There has been quite a bit of fury aimed at this book, seeing as how we’ve taken a large number of Marvel characters, some with full-fledged back-stories and fans, and pitted them against one another in a head-to-head deathmatch, all orchestrated by a version of Arcade fully unlike any we’ve seen before… Will this issue finally pull back the shroud of what’s REALLY going on, or just more bodies added to the count? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “I’ve Always Been A Sucker For A Good Teenage Heroes Book…”
When Young Avengers #1 came out, I was struck by how much more I liked it than the previous volume of the series (which, to be honest, I liked quite a lot.) Going all the way back to the Wolfman/Perez New Teen Titans of my youth, I have enjoyed me some teenage Degrassi superhero melodrama, and this book seems like the one to replace New Warriors in my heart. (Weeeellll, to be honest, it’s replacing Dynamo 5, which replaced Geoff Johns’ Teen Titans which replaced New Warriors, but still…) Will my love affair with Gillen and McKelvie continue? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “Oh, Well… That Wasn’t What I Expected.”
After four relatively lackluster issues that clearly took place in an alternate timeline/pocket dimension/what-have-you, issue #5 sudden flipped the script on the Age Of Ultron, making what was a pretty standard post-apocalyptic bit of blah-blah-blah into something with potential. What does the future hold for our heroes? And, more importantly, what does the PAST have to say for itself? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
You know you want to know what happens next in Avengers, so why not take the jump and check out a sneak peek of Jonathan Hickman and Mike Deodato’s Avenger’s #11 from Marvel Comics.
Or – “Weekly Books Make Everything A Blur…”
Marvel’s current publishing strategy isn’t one that every company can pull off, but it’s one they’ve had success with since the 80s: Put out as much product as you can, as quickly as you can. With Hickman’s Avengers, it’s been pretty successful. With Age of Ultron, well…
Your Major Spoilers review awaits.
Remember that little movie titled The Avengers that came out last year? Good, because Hot Toys is releasing a new statue based on the damaged Iron Man suit that we see during the final battle scene. Take the jump to find out more.
Earth has been marked as an “Avengers World”, protected by Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and more from the deadliest threats facing humanity. A powerful and destructive race is on a collision course with Earth and the only thing in their path is the Avengers! But even Earth’s Mightiest Heroes realize the one hope of defeating this dire threat is to unite every great hero across the cosmos…because only with a united Avengers Universe is there any chance of survival!
New York Times Best-Selling author Warren Ellis (Secret Avengers, Gun Machine) and chart-topping artist Mike McKone (Amazing Spider-Man) assemble the biggest heroes in the Marvel Universe—Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hawkeye, Wolverine & Captain Marvel—for Avengers: Endless Wartime, a landmark original graphic novel scheduled for release on October 2nd, 2013. This movie-length epic launches an all new original graphic novel line for Marvel Entertainment, featuring the biggest super heroes brought to life by the best creators and debuts in a high-end, oversized format featuring sophisticated packaging and design.
Marvel released a sneak peek of Avengers #10 that features Omega Flight teaming with Earth’s Mightiest heroes.