Press Release The fledgling team of the Amazing X-Men have already faced off against demon arms from Hell and ravenous hordes of Wendigos and there is no rest in sight for our band of heroic mutants as one of the X-Men’s most notorious villains charges back into their world. This January marks the return of The Unstoppable Juggernaut within Amazing X-Men #15 by series writer, Chris Yost and interior artist Jorge Fornes.
Those of you old enough may remember the ‘90’s event, Maximum Carnage that took place across multiple Spider-Man titles. And you may also have chosen (or wished) to forget Maximum Carnage. Now Marvel is bringing us the mini-event (don’t you love puns?) Minimum Carnage, but is it anything like what came before it? Major Spoilers finds out!
While the Marvel banner hasn’t been around for 70 years (Marvel proper began in 1961, but Timely Publications goes all the way back to 1939), Marvel will host a 70th Anniversary celebration at comic book stores across the nation on August 11, 2009.Â Sounds like a good time, until the announcement that Marvel was sending creators and Marvel characters not to the LCS, but to Barnes & Noble book stores.Â That’s sure to cause some controversy among all the fun. The complete list of participating stores can be found here, while the Barnes & Noble breakdown is after the jump.
Orson Scott Card’s Ender Wiggin is headed to Battle School!Â What’s a Battle School?Â I have no idea either, but this week, Ender’s Game: Battle School #1 arrives in stores, and Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at the ish.
Arriving in stores this September is Th3rd World Studios’ latest release – Creature Feature.Â The first issue of the 48-page anthology features stories by industry veterans like CB Cebulski, Chris Yost, Andy Schmidt, Stuart Moore, Leah Moore, John Reppion and Brian Smith.
Marvel has announced X-Force #4 has sold out at the distributor level and will be going back to press with a new cover with art from interior artist Clayton Crain. The company also announced X-Force: Legacy of Violence that collects the first three issues of the series in a trade, that features puppies on the cover.