Press Release The biggest news of Comic Con International in San Diego was revealed moments ago and jaws are still on the floorâ€”the world-renowned super hero Marvelman is now part of the Marvel Comics family! Marvel Comics has purchased the rights to Marvelman from creator Mick Anglo and his representatives, finding a home for one of the most sought after heroes in graphic fiction! â€œIt is an honor to work with Mick Anglo to bring his creation to a larger audience than ever before,â€ said Dan Buckley, CEO & Publisher, Print, Animation & Digital Media, Marvel Entertainment Inc. â€œFans are
Image Comics dropped off another round of sneak peeks this week for titles arriving in store June 11, 2008. Take the jump for After the Cape, Charlatan Ball, Crawl Space: XXXombies trade, the long awaited Invincible #50, and Madman Atomic Comics. If anything take a look at the layout of Madman Atomic Comics and tell me one continuous panel doesn’t make you go – whoa! Keep your eyes on the site, as there may be another batch of previews coming your way later today or tomorrow.
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 $24.95 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
NEW YORK â€“Through a licensing agreement with The Doubleday Broadway Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc., Marvel Publishing joins forces this fall with World Fantasy Award-winning writer Stephen King, long acknowledged as the master of modern horror, to bring to life in the graphic fiction format one of the most revered and influential novels ever published: The Stand. A strong influence on every major pop culture genre from Top 40 songs to the hit TV show LOST–this seminal work has been translated into twenty-two languages and has sold more than 4.5 million copies in the U.S. alone since