February 18, 2009 will wrap up the Ultimate X-Men series with issue #100.Â The same day sees the end of Ultimate Fantastic Four which had a mildly interesting 60-issue run.Â The end of the series ties directly into Ultimatum from Marvel, which seems to be hell-bent on destroying the Ultimate Universe that spawned the whole Marvel Zomibe craze.Â I’ve done a little digging, but after the last round of solicitations from Marvel, I’m more convinced all of Ultimate U is ending when Ultimate Spider-Man reaches issue #133. ULTIMATE FANTASTIC FOUR #60 (DEC082344) ULTIMATE FANTASTIC FOUR #60 WHITE VARIANT (DEC082345) Written
Want a free comic book? Of course you do.Â Want a free Avengers comic book? Marvel has announced it will release The Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis and Jim Cheung on Free Comic Book Day coming up May 2, 2009.Â The FCBD edition will feature a new story that ties into the goings on in the rest of the Marvel Universe. Take the jump for the full cover shot.
While the Death Defying Devil is on its way from Dyanamite Entertainment, the first spin-off from the Project Superpowers series is The Black Terror.Â Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers a rundown of the issue, plus all the covers by Alex Ross, John Romita Sr. Mike Lilly, and George Tuska.
On the next Major Spoilers Podcast, the panel will review Batman: The Long Halloween.Â Interestingly, Matthew will reference the original issues, Stephen the first softcover trade, and Rodrigo the Absolute edition. via the Wiki Taking place during Batman’s early days of crime fighting, this collection tells the story of a mysterious killer who murders his prey only on holidays. Working with District Attorney Harvey Dent and Lieutenant James Gordon, Batman races against the calendar as he tries to discover who Holiday is before he claims his next victim each month. A mystery that has the reader continually guessing the identity
DC Comics has announced that the story originally solicited for Titans #5 is getting a story bump, with a new tale appearing instead. In this issue, written by Judd Winick, with art by Julian Lopez & Prentis Rollins and a cover by Joe Benitez, Raven’s half-brothers return to claim her and unite Trigon’s bloodline, forcing her to choose which ties are stronger: the family she was born to, or the new family she has made. The second issue of Titans didn’t do too bad, coming in at #30 in the Top 300 Comics for May.Â Did fan reaction to more