Just watch the trailer. There’ll be more after the jump too.
Just watch the trailer. There’ll be more after the jump too.
Marvel has announced that Strange Tales #1, the first in a three issue mini-series, has sold out at the distributor level, prompting the company to send the issue back to press. Likewise, the Hulk #14, featuring the Rulk seeking revenge on Domino, sold out as well.Â Both issues will be getting the variant treatment, that you can see after the jump.
With the 70th Anniversary of Marvel Comics upon us (already?), the company is bringing its original hero The Torch, back for more adventures, with Mike Carey writing.Â Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue that arrives on September 2, 2009.
Marvel is proud to announce that fans can now get a look at the exclusive prequel to Captain America: Reborn #1 courtesy of Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited at www.marvel.com/reborn. Captain America Reborn: Prelude, from Eisner-winning scribe Ed Brubaker and fan favorite artist Luke Ross, reveals just what happens before the hotly anticipated Captain America: Reborn #1 hits stores tomorrow! The entire world knows of the tragic event that transpired in Captain America #25, when Steve Rogers, the man who fought as our nation’s Sentinel of liberty for over 70 years, was brutally gunned down on the steps of a New York courthouse. But now, miraculously, there may be a way to save Steve Rogers and the key could lie in the hands of the daughter of his greatest enemy. How does the Red Skull’s femme fatale offspring play into all of this? What does she know about the assassination of the world’s greatest hero? And will this information save our greatest icon or doom him forever? Find out now in the eight-page Captain America Reborn: Prelude, free to all readers at www.marvel.com/reborn
Plus, don’t miss an exclusive preview of Captain America Reborn #1 at www.marvel.com/reborn one day before Steve Rogers makes his triumphant return to the Marvel Universe!
For fans of Captain America and those wanting to own a part of this historic moment in Marvel history, visit your local comic book retailer on July 1, 2009 to purchase Captain America Reborn #1. To learn more about this landmark event and get a jumpstart with Captain America Reborn: Prelude, go to www.marvel.com/reborn for the exclusive digital comics and a free preview of the series!
And if you want even more exciting adventures of Captain America, Iron Man and all your favorite Marvel heroes, sign up for Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited at www.marvel/digitalcomics. Subscription rates start as low as $4.99/month, making it affordable to new readers and longtime fans!
Written by fan favorite scribe Paul Tobin (Marvel Adventures: Super Heroes) and featuring art by the canâ€™t-miss team of Marcelo DiChiara & Chris Sotomayor, this extra-sized one-shot features all your favorite Marvel characters. Experience the Marvel Universe like never before, as the heroes & villains of Super Hero City clash in epic confrontations! Take a stroll down to the Xavier Institute, past the FFâ€™s Baxter Buildingâ€¦but donâ€™t stray too far, because dastardly Doctor Doomâ€™s domain is the next block overâ€¦! Plus, learn more about your favorite heroes with bios and more!
In addition to shipping with two covers (previously seen), there’s also a full poster featuring both covers joined together.
Super Hero Squad: Hero Up! arrives January 07, 2009 for $3.99.Â The poster will sell for $8.99.
This title completely slipped beneath my radar, so I’m probably as surprised as you are on the announcement that Mini-Marvels: Rock, Paper, Scissors has sold out at the distributor level, prompting Marvel to send the digest-sized issue back to press for another run.
Featuring an all-new cover by Mini-Marvels writer/artist Chris Giarrusso, Mini-Marvels: Rock, Paper, Scissors Digest (New Printing) collects the acclaimed stories featuring your favorite Marvel heroes like youâ€™ve never, ever seen them before, in this all ages collection that has fans and critics raving!
The second printing (featuring the cuddly-wuddly baby Wolverine) arrives in stores on September 24, 2008, and features a coverprice of $9.99.
In this outing: The Bug is Back! Outer Space Studs Cracking Skulls! Buster Crabbe, where have you gone? Last Chance For Bruce Wayne! First Kills For Frank Castle! Curses, foiled again! Jack Knight is in the house, Patsy Walker in the arctic, and Matthewâ€™s in a a great and furious rage for reasons unrelated, as the Major Spoilers Podcast is now eligible for public officeâ€¦ President Spoilers, anyone?
This episode is sponsored in part by the Mid-Ohio-Con (www.midohiocon.com)
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Show Notes After the Jump
What happens to Marvel heroes that didn’t register or have had their registration revoked?Â You are about to find out in Moon Knight #21, and it doesn’t look good for Marc Spector, especially when the Thunderbolts show up.
Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue, that not only features art by Mark Texeira, but als a variant Marvel Apes cover!Â YES MORE MONKEYS!
In this outing, Image founders head for home, wall-crawlers head back to the big screen, X-Men head back to Earth, DCâ€™s Big Three head for trouble, the next big thing is twenty years ago, and we tackle head on one of the worldâ€™s great conundrums: Can Loganâ€™s claws pierce Steve Rogers’ shield? Plus, a look back at Frank Millerâ€™s opus. All this and much much more on this, as the podcast reaches the age of majority.
Show Notes After The Jump.
Skrull Avengers – Assemble!
Thirty days have passed, and youâ€™ve had your chance to get your fill of Secret Invasion tie-ins, which means itâ€™s time to check back in on the stand off between the Marvel heroes that stepped off that wrecked space ship, and the Marvel heros that arrived from the mainland. You can bet there are more secrets to be revealed, and more spoilers ahead – youâ€™ve been duly warned.
Marvel has sent Major Spoilers the covers to the upcoming Marvel: 1985 #1 that arrives May 14, 2008.