She-Hulk #1 arrives in stores tomorrow, but we have a sneak peek from Marvel Comics, today!
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Marvel Comics has announced Rainbow Rowell and Roge Antonio are teaming for a new She-Hulk series that kicks off in January 2022.
Believe it or not, it’s the Runaways 100th issue! Your Major Spoilers review of Runaways #38 from Marvel Comics awaits!
Marvel Comics promises Runaways #38 is the biggest and craziest issue yet. So let’s take the jump to check out a sneak peek to see if the publisher is right.
Take the jump for a sneak peek of Runaways #37 from Marvel Comics. This is not a request.
Runaways #38 arrives in August 2021 and marks the 100th issue of the series from Marvel Comics.
You’re gonna have to take the jump to find out what is going on in Runaways #36, because Marvel Comics is keeping everything really quiet.
Wolverine and Pixie’s guest-stint on RUNAWAYS comes to a close, but does this mean Molly Hayes time as a Runaway does too? Take the jump for a sneak peek of Runaways #35 from Marvel Comics.
Just as things seemed to be finally settling down for The Runaways, here comes the X-Men to shake things up. Your Major Spoilers review of Runaways #34 from Marvel Comics, awaits!
Welp, there is a cover most people don’t think about much anymore. Take the jump to see if the cover and the interiors match in this sneak peek of Runaways #34 from Marvel Comics.
They’ve fought supervillains, monsters and literal demons, but are the Runaways up to the worst of the worst… high school? Your Major Spoilers review of Runaways #33 from Marvel Comics awaits!
Marvel Comics sent us this sneak peek of Runaways #33 that arrives in stores on Wednesday.
Having barely survived their time with Doc Justice, The Runaways must now adjust back to their lives before, but some of them have different ideas. Your Major Spoilers review of Runaways #32, awaits!
Runaways #23 is a book filled with questions. Can an an android find purpose beyond its programming? Can a man who risked everything to save the one he loves accept when she loves someone else? What’s the point of having superpowers if they aren’t used to help others? What do you feed a teenage godlike being? But the biggest question of all is does this issue answer these effectively? Find out in the our Runaways #23 review.