Marvel Comics has announced the three issues of Deadpool: Suicide Kings have sold out at the distributor level, prompting the compnay to send all of them back to press for a series of second printings (with variants). Wade Wilson does a lot of stupid things, but itâ€™s the one thing he didnâ€™t do that gets him into the most trouble!Â Someone tarnishes the name of this charismatic enigma and revenge is on his mind, but first he must escape a trio of Marvel powerhouses! Can Deadpool stay out of the line of fire when the Punisher, Daredevil, and Spider-Man come
The action between the lords of the Gotham underground has heated up to the point where villains are taking down villains, buildings are blowing up left and right, and the… what?Â You donâ€™t remember seeing much, if any, of that action in the pages of Batman: Battle for the Cowl?
Say it isn’t so!Â The guy who gets to date two girls at the same time is finally making a decision on who he wants to be with – in a big way. Could it be true?Â Has Archie finally decided to take the plunge and propose to one of comicsâ€™ favorite girls?Â It sure looks that way!Â Earlier this year readers got a chance to relive â€œFreshman Yearâ€ with the famous teens of Riverdale High.Â Now make way for this special story that takes a look at Archie and his friends after they graduate college!Â What careers will they
Fans of Brian Michael Bendis, who own an Xbox, have probably played Halo.Â Bendis penned Halo Uprising, and now Marvel is bringing the series to the hardcover collection for those who like waiting for the trade. As the Master Chief battles to defend Earth from the Covenant, forces of good and evil will be drawn to the mysterious Key. Whoâ€”or whatâ€”holds the secret to the one thing that could change the balance of interstellar power? Halo Uprising hardcover by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev arrives in stores on June 3, 2009, with a suggested cover price of $24.99. via