Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Uncanny Avengers #3, that you can check out, after the jump.
BOOM! Studios released a sneak peek of Extermination #7 that arrives in stores this week.
Uncanny by definition means strange and mysterious in a disturbing way; it’s an appropriate word for this roster of Avengers: Havok, Captain America, Thor, Rogue, Scarlet Witch, and Wolverine. Brought together by Captain America to promote mutant and human co-existence, they combat a renewed fear and hatred for the mutant rebirth. However, with these heroes still distrustful of one another, can Havok, their appointed leader, unite them against an old powerful foe, the Red Skull?
Marvel has released the variant cover for Uncanny Avengers #2 by Adi Granov.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers the variant cover to Uncanny Avengers #2 featuring art by Milo Manara.
Marvel has released the cover for Uncanny Avengers #2 by artist John Cassaday.
This October, dive headfirst into Marvel NOW! as the superstar dream team of Rick Remender (Uncanny X-Force, Venom) and John Cassaday (Astonishing X-Men, Captain America) deliver high stakes action in UNCANNY AVENGERS #1 – sporting a jaw-dropping cover by Cassaday! No fan can miss the blockbuster debut of an all-new Avengers team featuring members from all across the Marvel Universe…a team uniting Avenger and X-Man alike! But following the devastating events of Avengers VS X-Men, can Captain America pull together a team that can get along for its first mission? Plus, Uncanny Avengers #1 is the first title to sport the all-new Marvel NOW! cover design!
Can’t wait for the new Green Hornet: Year One series from Dynamite Entertainment.Â Not only is it written by Matt Wagner, but is also features this fantastic cover from John Cassaday.
Or – “A Long Wait Always Sets High Expectations…”
Earlier this year, in anticipation of this issue, I reread my issues of Planetary, and was surprised to remember thatÂ it debuted a full ten years ago last April.Â It started out very much as an artifact of its time, with similar themes to other stories: League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Big Numbers, both likewise created in the 90′s, as well as echoes of the X-Files and even threads of Farmer’s Wold Newton family.Â Each issue was something unique and odd, and the book managed to create quite a following of fans, many of whom have angrily noted the increasingly long hiatus between issues.Â Jakita, Elijah and The Drummer have finally dealt with the Dowling faction, and now they have to deal with the fallout of their victory…
astonishing x men preview
Marvel is proud to unveil the newly trailer to the hotly anticipated Astonishing X-Men motion comic, based on the seminal comic story by superstar scribe Joss Whedon (Buffy: The Vampire Slayer) and renowned artist John Cassaday (Captain America). This is your latest peek at Marvelâ€™s newest original motion comic (available October 28th on iTunes) as the X-Men embark on a bold new mission! Discover more at www.marvel.com/motioncomics, bub!
Astonishing X-Men Motion Comic
Marvel is proud to unveil the first full-length trailer to the hotly anticipated Astonishing X-Men: Gifted motion comic, based on the seminal comic story by superstar scribe Joss Whedon (Buffy: The Vampire Slayer) and renowned artist John Cassaday (Captain America). Now you can get your first look at Marvelâ€™s newest original motion comic (available October 28th on iTunes) as the X-Men embark on a bold new mission! Discover more at www.marvel.com/motioncomics, bub!
You know you are a superstar comic book person when you get pro representation from a big Hollywood agency.Â Or so says The Hollywood Reporter that reports Neal Adams and his Continuity Studios have signed with ICM.
The agency will work to take Adams’ creations across all forms of media as well as help him make the transition to feature film writing and directing. In that latter fashion, Adams would follow artists-turned-helmers such as John Cassaday, who directed an episode of Fox TV series “Dollhouse,” and Frank Miller, who helmed “Sin City” and “The Spirit.”
So what will Adams and Continuity Studios bring to the table in hopes of turning into a movie or television franchise?Â There’s Knighthawk, a hero made up of cloned parts. Ditz the Scatterbrain, a teenager who can control people’s minds, Crazyman, who works for the government on dangerous missions, and of course Bucky O’Hare, that lovable green rabbit.Â Oh, let’s not forget Ms. Mystic and Toyboy – who is in no way related to the Witchia, KS KWCH character that’s been around since the 1960′s.