The sequel to the Messiah CompleX is hitting stores on March 25, and Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the X-Force/Cable: Messiah War Prologue (with a Rob Liefeld variant cover), for you to check out.
With Storm split between her duties as Queen of Wakanda, and an X-Men, Marvel’s X-Men Worlds Apart may have Ororo deciding which world she will stay in.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that arrives October 15, 2008.
If you haven’t guessed, Marvel is in the midst of a huge company wide story featuring those wrinkled chin baddies – the Skrulls. Yeah, duh… If you are eager to snag up every single issue, Marvel has sent the cover images of the upcoming tie-in issues for you to check out and possibly drool over.Â All of the issues ship between now and August 13, 2008. Personally, I don’t have the time or money to buy every single tie-in, but I’m thinking of giving that Greg Horn, Ms. Marvel issue a chance.
It was not only a big step for Scott Summers, but a similarly big step for Marvel to set up X-Force with their own book. Now, four issues in, from my side of the fence, I think their decision has been rewarded by four well done books. Granted, give me a series on Wolverine and my biases may not necessarily allow me to see clearly.
The House of Ideas announced this past weekend that Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game will get the comic book treatment as part of Marvel’s Author’s line. The adaptation will be done by Christ Yost (writer), Pasqual Ferry (art), with Mr. Card overseeing the project. The comic series will mark the first visualization of the best-selling sci-fi epic in which the worldâ€™s most gifted children are taken to Battle School to prepare them for the fight of their livesâ€”and to save humanity from its greatest threat! It is the tale of an unassuming young boy named Ender Wiggin, who will rise