Our favorite fictional heroes are skilled at fighting the good fight, overcoming unbeatable odds and snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. Some of them, though, also know how to calculate their initiative bonuses… Welcome to Ten Things!
With the Secret Empire dismantled, there is no longer a need for the underground resistance team of Secret Warriors. Or at least there wasn’t, until someone kidnapped a member of Inferno’s family… Your Major Spoilers review of Secret Warriors #7 awaits!
There have been literally hundreds of comic-book companies in the near-century that they’ve existed, but if you say “The Big Two,” everyone knows what you mean. Still, in all those decades, Marvel and DC are bound to have hit on the same naming convention once or twice… But how about TEN TIMES? Welcome to Ten Things!
Marvel has released a new batch of titles and renumbering that will happen this fall as part of the Marvel Legacy event.
The Secret Empire is nearly upon us! What will the heroes do? What will the secret heroes do? What will the Secret Warriors do? Take the jump for your first look at Secret Warriors #1 from Marvel Comics.
Or – “Awright, You Gold-Brickin Swastika Slingin’ Ratzis And Like That!” It’s been a while since I’ve checked in with the adventures of Nick Fury (once the head of SHIELD, now a Secret Warrior against something or other) and his charges in the Secret Warriors. Last I read, they were in the midst of the Secret Invasion and they had a new member who reminded me of Gateway, and there was lots of Sturm und Drang about HYDRA being SHIELD being HYDRA. What’s happened in between, you ask? Click away, Faithful Spoilerite, and see what shall be revealed…
While not a huge crossover event, Secret Warriors #7 and #8 are crossing over into issues #135 and #136 of the Thunderbolts series as Nick Fury takes the fight to Norman Osborn. Editor Bill Rosemann explained, â€œNick Fury vs. Norman Osborn? The Secret Warriors vs. the Thunderbolts? Andy Diggle and Jonathan Hickman trying to one-up one another? Miguel Sepulveda and Alessandro Vitti out for blood? Something tells me this is going to get messyâ€
Marcus Perry posted a sneak peek of the upcoming Descendant series over in the Major Spoilers Forum. Instead of keeping the goodness only for those select few who have taken the time to register and join, I figured why not share it with everyone.
Press Release This July, indie superhero favorite writers Michael Dolce and Marcus Perry join illustrator Mariano Navarro and cover artist Tyler Kirkham for their three issue mini-series exploring the dangerous side of superpowers, DESCENDANT. “It’s very hard to find a new spin on superpowers, but I think Mike, Marcus and Mariano have done it,” Image Comics Vice-President Jim Valentino said. “DESCENDANT is completely different than any other book on the stands, but will be a big hit with fans of SLEEPER, CAPTAIN AMERICA and SECRET WARRIORS while surprising them like no other book can.” In DESCENDANT Rayne Santiago, a United
This one appeared in the Washington Post, and it’s all part of the Wolverine Art Appreciation Month kicking off in April. The titles featuring these variants are: AGENTS OF ATLAS #3 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #590 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #592 CAPTAIN BRITAIN AND MI13 #12 DAREDEVIL #118 EXILES #1 GHOST RIDER #34 HULK #11 INCREDIBLE HERCULES #128 MOON KNIGHT #29 MS. MARVEL #38 RUNAWAYS #9 SECRET WARRIORS #3 UNCANNY X-MEN #508 WAR MACHINE #5 WOLVERINE: FIRST CLASS #14 X-MEN: LEGACY #223 Keep watching Marvel’s Wolverine Art Appreciation Month page for more covers as they are reveiled. via Marvel
Nick Fury and his team of Secret Warriors have sold out at the distributor level, prompting Marvel to go back to press with Secret Warriors #1 — complete with a variant printing.Â The Brian Michael Bendis penned issue, features a new cover utilizing interior art by Stefano Caselli.