This week, Fantastic Four #1 lands in stores, and comic book fandom seems very excited about the series. Marvel has released a behind the scenes look at the issue.
Probably the most interesting cover I’ve seen in a while, but Marvel promises to reveal the origin of the first Ghost Rider in the pages of Avengers #7, which I hope features a detailed story of the flaming mastodon.
C.B. Cebulski, Marvel’s current Editor-in-Chief, has announced the Fantastic Four are returning in a new monthly series by Dan Slott and Sara Pichelli.
Marvel has released a sneak peek of Spider-Men II #1, the follow-up which hopefully answers the question, “Who is the Miles Morales of the Marvel Universe?”
Now that the Marvel Universe has coalesced into a single universe (hahahaha) the lingering question is, “who is the other Miles Morales?!” Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli will answer that question in Spider-Men II from Marvel Comics.
Marvel Comics has released five variant covers that tie in to the upcoming Monsters Unleashed event by Cullen Bunn and a slew of artists.
It’s been talked about for years, and there have been a few cross universe antics, but now that Secret Wars is over (snicker), Marvel has revealed that Miles Morales will finally and firmly be a part of the Marvel Universe. The publisher sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Spider-Man #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli.
Can you believe that Uncanny X-Men has reached 600 issues? I would have though Marvel would have started a new volume with a new number one multiple times over in the last three years. Issue #600 is on the way, and Marvel sent us a sneak peek.
This weekend, it was revealed that Miles Morales would lead the new Spider-Man book, post Secret Wars. Today, Marvel makes it official, with the press release, quotes and all.