Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Masks #3, The Spider #8, Prophecy #6, The Bionic Woman #7, Jennifer Blood: First Blood #3 and more!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Pantha #5, The Bionic Woman #6, Green Hornet #32, Dark Shadows #11, Vampirella #25, The Spider #7, Evil Ernie #3, and Masks #2.
Monkeybrain Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Bandette #3 that arrives on comiXology this week.
Monkeybrain Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Bandette: Urchin Stories by Paul Tobin and Steve Leiber, that you can check out, after the jump.
MonkeyBrain Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Bandette #2, that you can check out, after the jump!
Dynamite Entertainment has done quite well with the Bionic Man, which means it is time for the spin-off series to appear, and this week, we get our first look at the Bionic Woman.
From Emerald City Comicon: Paul Tobin announced he’s writing a blend of horror and crime that will appeal to those who like books such as Locke & Key, Preacher, or B.P.R.D.! Colder comes from the creative team behind the successful Falling Skies comic, writer Paul Tobin (Marvel Adventures: Fantastic Four, Marvel Adventures: Spider-Man) and artist Juan Ferreyra (Rex Mundi).
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.
Iron Man: Fast Friends brings insight into the bond between Tony Stark/Iron Man and his best friend, Jim â€œRhodeyâ€ Rhodes.Â Weaving in and out of the events in the feature film, the digital comic series explores the kinship of the two through the eyes of Rhodey. Featuring original storylines by Paul Tobin, with art by Ronan Cliquet and covers by Dave Bullock, the weekly series launches September 17, 2008, in advance of the September 30 DVD release of the Iron Man feature film. Read it now!
Incredible Hulk: The Fury Files follows S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury as he finds out why it’s a bad idea to make Bruce Banner angry. Written by Frank Tieri, with art by Salva Espin and covers by Steve Lieber, the weekly series will launch on October 8, leading up to the October 21 release of The Incredible Hulk on DVD. The series picks up when Nick Fury receives intel that Thunderbolt Ross’s Super Soldier program has finally produced an unstoppable warrior. A hands-on guy, Fury wants see this “hulk” for himself. So he does…and that’s when stuff starts breaking.
The company says new digital-only comics will launch on Wednesday to the tune of about three comics per month.
While these new series spin out of this past summer’s movies, I think it is a matter of time before Marvel pushes their online distribution system further by creating original, in-continuity issues, that fans will need to read in order to understand the print issues (for as long as those are still around).
Who has the power of a million exploding suns?Â Sentry, that’s who!Â Want to know everything there is to know about the secret history of Sentry? Of course you do.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of The Age of The Sentry #1 that arrives September 17, 2008.