Marvel has released a sneak peek of X-Men: Gold #1 that arrives at your local comic shop in November.
I have always thought the concept of the X-Men to be great, even before reading comics, but have always been hesitant to jump into the books due to the large volume of X titles every month. Thanks to Marvel NOW I have fet more comfortable seeing what is available and am even enjoying myself. All that to say: Look at X-Men fan art after the jump.
Hyperion Books and Marvel Entertainment today announced plans to partner and publish two action-packed novels featuring popular Marvel Super Heroes. Scheduled for release in June, both novels showcase strong, smart heroines seeking happiness and love while battling cosmic evil.
Joel Gomez has been working on a bunch of different commissions and sharing them on this Tumblr site. I’m particularly fond for this Rogue piece, mainly because she isn’t draw like some Warrant video bimbo from 1985.
It’s always fun randomly clicking through DeviantArt. Sometimes you find some useless stuff, but other times you find wonderful pieces, like this one from Seth Jones.
There’s something about Marcio Takara’s work that I really like. I don’t know if it is his smooth flowing lines, the way he whips up some fantastic art in The Incredibles series, or something else…
DC Comics has announced that two Final Crisis tie-in titles have sold out at the distributor level.Â To make sure there are plenty of copies available at your local comic shop, the company has decided to send Final Crisis: Requiem and Final Crisis: Rogues’ Revenge #1 back to press.
Each will be getting a new variant cover that build on the Final Crisis banner theme.