Marvel has announced that New Avengers: The Reunion #2, and Wolverine #1 have both sold out at the distributor level. On New Avengers: The Reunion #2: The fan favorite duo writer Jim McCann and artist David Lopez join together to bring Ronin and Mockingbird back together during Dark Reignâ€¦but things aren’t going as they planned! Somewhere there is a ticking bomb and time is running out! Can the two settle their differences before an entire city blows to pieces? The answers start here! And for Wolverine: Weapon X #1, Marvel says: Jason Aaron and artist Ron Garney craft a tale
To celebrate Wolverine’s 35th anniversary, Marvel will showcase the X-Man on variant covers for the company’s popular titles as part of April’s Wolverine Art Appreciation Month. â€œThis is a huge year for Wolverine as he proves why he’s arguably one of the most popular characters in the world,â€ explained Joe Quesada, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief. â€œHeâ€™s not just popular with fans but also with artists, as evidenced by how many of today’s top comic artists jockey for a chance to draw him.Â This got us thinking: what if Wolverine had been around for hundreds, if not thousands, of years? What great,
Who’s under the mask?Â There’s a new Black Panther in town, and she’s smokin’ hot.Â In an interview with the Washington Post, both Joe Quesada and Reginal Hudlin were mum on the new player in T’Challa. The news, of course, is sure to spark controversy among fans — not unlike when Captain America began packing heat this year. How will Hudlin react to that? “Honestly, my entire run on the series has been controversial. Which is great,” he says. “All the writers I admire are hotly debated online, and I feel like I’m always in great company in that situation.
Boom! Studios has announced it is teaming with Universal Pictures and Producer Marc Platt to turn Steven Grant’s graphic novel 2 Guns into a motion picture.Â Company founds Andrew Cowsby and Ross Richie will also produce through the company’s Boom! Entertainment banner. 2 GUNS was created and written by Steven Grant, a veteran comic book scribe well known for developing Marvel Comics’ THE PUNISHER into a franchise character. Story follows two thieves targeting a mob bank – unknown to either, they’re both undercover agents. They pull off their heist, only to find out they’ve stolen cash from a CIA black
Or – “In Which I Discuss The Changing Role Of The Limited Series…” It’s difficult to remember that, in comics terms, the Limited Series has only been around for a few short years.Â (Well, I should probably amend that statement to say the INTENTIONALLY Limited Series.Â A lot of books ran 4, 5, or 6 issues and got cancelled due to sales, editorial caveat, or general sucktitude.)Â Used to be that the point of the Limited Series was to showcase characters who hadn’t been seen in a while, or to finish off story points that didn’t have another venue.Â These