Marvel continues to celebrate the Marvel Legacy with new renumberings, and our first look more creative teams and titles.
Is this the end of Spider-Man 2099? Well, considering Marvel is about to release a first issue, that is not a one-shot, I’m going to say, “No.” Let’s play along anyway, and take a gander at a sneak peek of Spider-Man 2099 #1.
Press Release This May, when everything ends, it’s time to go back to the future! Behold Secret Wars’ WARZONE! and prepare for the ride of your life in SECRET WARS 2099 #1 – the newest Secret Wars series from the acclaimed Spider-Man 2099 creative team of Peter David and Will Sliney!
Or – “An Interesting Start For A New Book…” A couple of years ago, Marvel put out a book called “Girl Comics,” which featured some of their most recognizable female characters put together by female creators. While it was a step in the right direction, there were some great flaws in the execution. This book, while still featuring mostly male creators, features three of Marvel’s most interesting female charactors working together. Will this issue impress as much as the previous two? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Marvel has once again launched a Defenders title, now named Fearless Defenders. The first issue was quite enjoyable, introducing Misty Knight and Valkyrie. A new female protagonist is introduced this issue, Dani Moonstar. Does it come together as well as the first? Major Spoilers takes a look!
Or – “We’re Almost Out Of 70’s Marvel Heroes To Revive… Have They Done Tagak Yet?” The last few years at Marvel have been full of interesting takes on heroes, albeit some that just aren’t viable in the long-term. The repeated attempts to revamp Heroes For Hire have established Misty Knight as a badass on a par with her on-again/off-again boy-toy Iron Fist, while the Valkyrie has once again been in the spotlight due to the events of ‘The Fearless.’ Can a girl from New York and a girl from Valhalla make it together in the Marvel Universe? And will
Press Release He can save the day with nothing more than a paperclip and a chocolate bar, but how will he fare with ink and staples? Yes, MacGyver is back —in a fast-paced comic book mini-series co-written by his creator, Lee David Zlotoff and published by Image Comics. The first MacGyver story since the television show ended in 1992 kicks off on October 10 with the first issue of MACGYVER: FUGITIVE GAUNTLET.