In a letter to select comics retailers yesterday, Mark Millar revealed that the #1 launch issue of his first title with NETFLIX—the hotly anticipated THE MAGIC ORDER with art by Olivier Coipel which was first announced at Image Expo—will not go to a second printing.
As Jane Foster’s run as the Mighty Thor comes to an end, Marvel plans to celebrate her achievements with a series of Mighty Thor variant covers.
Mark Millar has announced his first project under the partnership with Netflix. The Magic Order, a six-issue mini-series with art by Olivier Coipel, will arrive in the Spring 2018.
If you have been lamenting the fact that Thor isn’t Thor, then Marvel has great news for you, as Thor returns in Unworthy Thor #1 by Jason Aaron and Olivier Coipel.
Remember that huge Marvel Comics event back in 2006 called Civil War? Remember how much you loved or hated it? All those awesome moments of superheroes fighting that stirred up so many emotions? Well get ready to relive some of those moments because Marvel has made a sequel! Major Spoilers sat down and checked out the opening issue. Click here for the review of Civil War II #0!
Can you believe that Uncanny X-Men has reached 600 issues? I would have though Marvel would have started a new volume with a new number one multiple times over in the last three years. Issue #600 is on the way, and Marvel sent us a sneak peek.
As a wise man once said, “Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so.” Here in Retro Review corner, our unofficial rule of thumb is to look at comic books at least ten years old, and to see what they can tell us about the comics of days gone past. Looking at the top-selling book Marvel Comics put out in 2005, I found a book VERY relevant to the Marvel books of today, for reasons good and not-so… Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of House Of M #1 awaits!
When one of your characters is very popular, you make more of him or her to raise that bottom line! For instance, DC has been adding Bat-books by the boatload recently, including Batman: Eternal, Gotham Academy, Arkham Manor and Gotham by Midnight. After all, if Batman sells, as the old potato chip commercial used to say, “We’ll make more!” Marvel’s doing something similar, but making it an event about their biggest-selling hero instead. It’s called “Spider-Verse,” and it begins this Wednesday.
Press Release This November, prepare for every Spider-Man…ever! Marvel is proud to announce Spider-Verse, the biggest Spider-Man story of the year from New York Times Best-Selling Spider-Scribe Dan Slott and blockbuster artist Olivier Coipel!