I’m surprised this adaptation didn’t arrive sooner, but Marvel will release the official Star Wars: The Force Awakens Adaptation #1 in June. The publisher has announced John Cassaday, Phil Not, and Esad Ribic will all provide covers to the mini-series.
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2016 is the 75th Anniversary of Captain America’s first appearance. I wonder if this means anything for the depowered, aged Steve Rogers? If you’re bettin’ against it, don’t bet the rent. Your Major Spoilers review of Captain America Sam Wilson #7 awaits!
The first-ever New Jersey Comic Expo (NJCE) makes its debut THIS WEEKEND, and big news continues to roll out with today’s announcement that John Cassaday will attend the show on both Saturday and Sunday!
Marvel has released an early look at Star Wars #8 that arrives in August!
You thought you knew old Ben Kenobi, but did you know he was a Jedi too? No, really, you learned all about it in Star Wars: A New Hope. You also learned more about him in Episodes I-III, but now Marvel is set to reveal the secret history of our favorite Jedi in Star Wars #7.
With the success of Star Wars and Darth Vader, Marvel is going back to the well one more time by releasing director’s cut versions of Star Wars #1 and Darth Vader #1.
Press Release Lucasfilm Ltd. and Marvel Entertainment are extremely proud to present your new look at the highly anticipated PRINCESS LEIA #1 – the blockbuster new limited series set in the Star Wars™ universe! Eisner-award winning writer Mark Waid (Daredevil, S.H.I.E.L.D.) and blockbuster artist Terry Dodson (Avengers & X-Men: AXIS, Uncanny X-Men) bring you a brand new story of Leia’s quest to help her people…and her struggle to find her place in the galaxy.
Ever since Disney acquired Marvel and the Star Wars property, fans have been eagerly waiting to see what Marvel would do with the franchise. Major Spoilers was fortunate enough to get a chance to read Star Wars #1 early and has been eagerly waiting to bring you this review!
One of the big burning questions in my mind when it was announced that Disney had purchased Lucasfilm and then that Marvel would be publishing Star Wars comics instead of Dark Horse was if we were going to see the return of the seven foot tall green rabbit. Our prayers and dreams have been answered as Jaxxon returns to the Star Wars Universe!
It turns out The Shadow: Midnight in Moscow #1 published by Dynamite Entertainment not only marked Howard Chaykin’s return to The Shadow, it also marks the first time a Wold Newton scene has been overtly depicted in a comic book.