Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Skaar: King of the Savage Land #1 from Rob Williams and Brian Ching.
Marvel has announced a new limited series from Rob Williams and Brian Ching, that puts Skaar and Ka-zar at odds with one another over who rules the Savage Land. “The Savage Land is a time capsule containing every lost wonder in history, and Skaar is going to crack it wide open! Forgotten gods, dinosaurs, robots, and more than one lost Marvel hero rediscovered,” says Marvel Editor John Denning. “It’s gonna be an inter-tribal war that will literally reshape the landscape of the Marvel U!”
Or – “Has It Been Ten Years Already?” As a long-time comics fan, I have found that certain bigs of comic lore tend to keep recurring every few years…Â Phoenix is reborn!Â Spider-Man’s life will never be the same again!Â A foe strong enough to defeat Superman!Â A new headquarters for the Justice League!Â And, most germane to this situation, the founding Avengers return to action!Â I remember a conversation with my co-worker Dusty around the time that Kurt Busiek relaunched the Avengers post-Heroes-Reborn, wherein he opined that Captain America, Iron Man and Thor ARE the Avengers, and everybody else
The Skrull invasion continues, and with Iron Man detained in the Savage Land, it’s up to War Machine (and writer Christos Gage, with art by Sean Chen) to kick some Skrull ass.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at Iron Man: Director of SHIELD #33.
This time around: Who Watches the Watchmen?Â Who Remembers Earth 2?Â Who Knows What Evil Lurks on Earth-22?Â Who wrote the book of love?Â For that matter, who wrote the book of Leviticus?Â We check in on Ultimate Marvel, the Batman of the future, Danger Will Robinson! a faithful Spoilerite gets his just desserts, and there may be a Skrull among us! Â All this and much more as we hit number 34 This episode is sponsored in part by the Mid-Ohio-Con (www.midohiocon.com) [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers_34.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes After the Jump
Or – “I’m Not Going To Make a ‘Kiss Me!’ Joke…Â But I Probably Should.” The Marvel Universe is in chaos, under seige by an alien race, and (depending on what order you’re reading the books in) gearing up for or fully engaged in an all-out war with the Skrull Empire.Â It’s one of those ideas that sounds great in theory, tying all the company’s project together into an overarching plot, but the actual execution has been leaving me less than satisfied.Â This issue promises to examine the mysterious return of Captain America (who, as of last report, is, as
Or – “Sheena?Â Shanna?Â Shawna?Â Shanaynay?Â Shirley?” The Secret Invasion is on, which means that, until further notice, every story in the Marvel Universe is going to be a maddening vignette that will only make sense in retrospect, AFTER the rest of the limited series is printed in six or eight months.Â Or, as I call it: Marvel Comics in the summer.Â You have been warned…
Or – “Colonel Nick Fury And I Have Sompin’ To Say…Â ‘We’re Baaaack!!!’ “ So.Â My cable internet was initially supposed to be on last Friday.Â It wasn’t, due to an error on MY part.Â So, they scheduled a hookup for Monday… which didn’t happen.Â I was, needless to say, less than pleased.Â But, I was assured, Wednesday morning I would have internet access.Â Wednesday night I returned home to find…Â nothing.Â I cursed my carrier and made a couple of calls.Â I explained that the cable drop was running through two different splitters and some sort of black box
Skrull Avengers – Assemble! Thirty days have passed, and youâ€™ve had your chance to get your fill of Secret Invasion tie-ins, which means itâ€™s time to check back in on the stand off between the Marvel heroes that stepped off that wrecked space ship, and the Marvel heros that arrived from the mainland. You can bet there are more secrets to be revealed, and more spoilers ahead – youâ€™ve been duly warned.