Marvel has released a sneak peek of Uncanny Avengers by Rick Remender and Daniel Acuna.
After a very intriguing opening arc, I was excited to sit down and spend some time with the latest issue of UNCANNY AVENGERS. Little did I know that the contents of this book would ignite a controversy involving race, inclusion, and assimilation vs. integration. What impact did these weighty thoughts place upon my reading enjoyment? Hit the jump, faithful Spoilerites, and join in the debate.
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.
He is the Star-Spangled Avenger. After leading the Avengers to “victory” against the Phoenix Five, Captain America has expanded the Avengers roster. He is also sporting a new uniform to go with the Marvel Now campaign. As Marvel’s “top cop”, Captain America slings his mighty shield against his foes, both old and new.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Uncanny Avengers #3, that you can check out, after the jump.
Or – “These Days, Three Years Is A Pretty Impressive Run…”
On a recent Major Spoilers Podcast, we attempted to address the clusterschmozz that is the history of X-Men villain Apocalypse. It would seem that writer Rick Remender had a similar idea a couple of years ago, dealing with the return of ol’ Pocky to the mainstream 616 universe and with it the formation of an underground team that Wolverine hand-picked to be capable of the kind of lethal solution that Apocalypse would warrant. Now, Uncanny X-Force has run its course, but there are still a few loose ends left to tie up. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Uncanny by definition means strange and mysterious in a disturbing way; it’s an appropriate word for this roster of Avengers: Havok, Captain America, Thor, Rogue, Scarlet Witch, and Wolverine. Brought together by Captain America to promote mutant and human co-existence, they combat a renewed fear and hatred for the mutant rebirth. However, with these heroes still distrustful of one another, can Havok, their appointed leader, unite them against an old powerful foe, the Red Skull?
Marvel’s experiment in re-numbering delivers a new Captain America story. Does the man out of time get a chance to shine, or does Marvel NOW fail on its promises with Captain America #1? All this and more after the jump!
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.
Dynamite is proud to announce that Uncanny Avengers artist Rick Remender, is writing for Dynamite. Hot on the heels of the biggest series launch of his career with Uncanny Avengers from Marvel, as well as the beginning of his upcoming run on Captain America, Rick Remender’s Devolution series is a must-read for all of his fans. Coupled with the breathtaking art of Paul Renaud, Devolution promises to be one of the most unique and innovative comics to be on the stands!
Marvel has released the variant cover for Uncanny Avengers #2 by Adi Granov.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers the variant cover to Uncanny Avengers #2 featuring art by Milo Manara.