As Rick Remender ends his run on Secret Avengers, will he be able to answer all the questions that readers have wanted to ask? How can they be “secret” when they’re fighting giant robots in Manhattan? How many world-wide calamities can happen concurrently in the Marvel U before the evil plots start interfering with one another? Does Damage Control have some kind of sign-up sheet for the villains to keep the scheduling straight? Find out after the jump.
Fenris is ravenous this April, as Journey Into Mystery brings the battle home with Kathryn Immonen and Matteo Scalera. Marvel released more details today that shows Sif as dangerous as she can be.
Do you wish the Avengers was more like Mission Impossible? Do you wish super hero comics were less colorful and more sneaky? Do you wish you had a little foot-tall man who plays piano? Well, some of your wishes have come true. Find out which ones after the jump.
Or – “Who Would Ever Have Thought Venom Would Make The Avengers Cut?”
As one of the first reformed bad guys in the Marvel Universe, it’s easy to understand why Hawkeye is willing to give another villain a chance at redemption. Of course, when the villain in question is Venom, unpredictable no matter WHO wears the suit, things may be a little different. And then, there are some missions where that unpredictability is a good thing. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of this week’s installment of Valen the Outcast #7 by Michael Alan Nelson and Matteo Scalera.
A king turned undead looking for redemption? Sounds like the makings of a great Critical HIt Dungeons and Dragons Podcast campaign. Until that happens (hint: it won’t in the near future), at least BOOM! Studios has you covered with some fantasy world goodness.