Marvel Comics’ Stormbreakers have already been showing their work across many Marvel Comics titles, but in April, they will share the work as a series of variant covers for Black Panther #28, the final issue in Ta-Nehisi Coates’ run on the series.
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There are symbiote dragons in Brooklyn, but that’s not the worst thing Miles has to face in this week’s Miles Morales: Spider-Man #23 from Marvel Comics.
Will Miles finally get a day off? Probably not, but there is always hope in this sneak peek of Miles Morales: Spider-Man #22 from Marvel Comics.
Captain America is turning 80 years old, and Marvel Comics is ready to celebrate with a giant-sized Captain America Tribute special.
The Hellions are sent to provide an upper hand to the Champions of Krakoa.. However, the contest is well on their way and where are the Hellions? Find out in Hellions #6 by Marvel Comics!
Mister Sinister has come up with a master plan to try and circumvent the Trial of Swords! What does he have up his sleeve this time? Find out in X of Swords: Hellions #5 by Marvel Comics!
Here is your first look at this week’s Mile Morales Spider-Man #18 from Marvel Comics.
When Giant-Size X-Men #1 launched in 1975, no one knew what a huge succes sit would be. Now, 45 years later, Marvel Comics is celebrating that launch with the help of 37 artists.
A single act of violence ripples out and touches nearly the whole of the Marvel Universe and the motive may lead to Earth’s doom. Your review of Incoming #1 from Marvel Comics, awaits!
Captain Marvel’s essence has been absorbed by Rogue! All seems lost… Your Major Spoilers review of Captain Marvel #5 awaits!
Trapped in a strange time-bubble, Captain Marvel is about to get a visit from an old friend… Your Major Spoilers review of Captain Marvel #3 awaits!
The truth about her mother is out. Can Carol Danvers pull her life back together again? Your Major Spoilers review of Captain Marvel #1 awaits!
Marvel is excited to announce that this July, artist Carmen Carnero will join X-MEN RED as the series’ regular artist alongside writer Tom Taylor.