According to Deadline ABC is developing a live action Hulk television series. This has to be good news, right? And why didn’t this synergy happen sooner? Disney bought Marvel quite some time ago, and since Disney is the parent company of ABC, the network should be teaming with Marvel projects. There’s no one really attached to the Hulk project – no writer, no director, no producer – nothing. So now is as good as time as any to get your wild speculation engine up to full speed and let your imaginations go wild. What do you want to see in
Hoping to further push its online initiative, Marvel is giveing fans a chance to check out its Marvel Digital Comicis Unlimited site with a free Exiles Sketchbook. The Sketchbook is being released as a preview of the company’s upcoming new Exiles series. Itâ€™s the rip-roaring return of everybodyâ€™s favorite pink-skinned mutant, Blink, and sheâ€™s assembled a whole new team of reality hopping heroes! Get a sneak-peak of the upcoming series brought to you by acclaimed scribe Jeff Parker and fan favorite artist Salvador Espin as they present to you an all new tale of Exiles adventure!Â This sketchbook includes creator
Wolverine and son reunite as Daniel Way and Doug Braithwaite team up to dig into Logan’s past to reveal an untold tale of Daken.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Wolverine: Origins #33, that arrives February 25, 2009.
When Marvel’s Amazing Spider-Man #583 arrives next week, it will feature a special story featuring Spider-Man fighting those who would prevent President-Elect Obama from being sworn in.Â No, I’m not talking about Rumsfeld and Cheney, but real Spider-Man foes like the Chameleon. â€œWhen we heard that President-Elect Obama is a collector of Spider-Man comics, we knew that these two historic figures had to meet in our comicsâ€™ Marvel Universe,â€ says Marvelâ€™s Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada.Â â€œHistoric moments such as this one can be reflected in our comics because the Marvel Universe is set in the real world.Â A Spider-Man fan moving
Warren Ellis, Alan Davis, and Adi Granov have teamed up for Astonishing X-Men: Ghost Boxes, as two-part tie-in to Warren Ellis’ Astonishing X-Men arc. Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that arrives October 15, 2008.
Because issues #7 and #8 of the new Thor series, written by J. Michael Straczynski have both sold out at Diamond Comics, Marvel is going back to print and combining the two issues into one giant issue – Thor: Search for Odin Must-Have. This is an excellent little arc featuring Thor’s search for his father hoping to restore him to life. The Major Spoilers Podcast (the podcast for comic and pop culture fans) reviewed issue #7 some time ago, and loved the first part of the story. Thor: Search for Odin Must-Have will sell for $3.99 (that’s cheaper than buying
For those of you who were wondering when Marvel would up its catalogue of titles offered through its online digital comics service, the answer is now. The company has added 500 new issues to the line that span the range from the 50s through the early 2000s. Older issues will keep fans feeling nostalgic like Amazing Fantasy, Tales to Astonish, Tales of Suspense and Strange Tales, while those looking for more recent comics can read new digital comics of Young Avengers, New Avengers and much more. All of these and a ton more have been digitized for your reading pleasure.
Steve Rogers is still dead… isn’t he? It may not be so as we move into the third act of the epic Death of Captain America story from Marvel Comics. Marvel was kind enough to send us a sneak peek of Captain America #37 that arrives April 16, 2008.