Is Tony Stark here to help Captain Carter, or cause trouble? Find out in Captain Carter #3 from Marvel Comics.
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DC Comics announced the upcoming release of Batman – One Bad Day, a series of standalone, 64-pages, one-shot comics that turn the spotlight on The Riddler, Two-Face, The Penguin, Mr. Freeze, Catwoman, Bane, Clayface, and Ra’s al Ghul.
Captain Carter faces a resurgence of Hydra! Or, at least, somebody wants her to think she does… Your Major Spoilers review of Captain Carter #2 from Marvel Comics awaits!
Captain Carter is back, and now the whole world knows it! Take the jump for a sneak peek of Captain Carter #2 from Marvel Comics.
We finally get to see the ongoing adventures of Peggy Carter in this week’s Captain Carter #1 from Marvel Comics.
Ms. Marvel has a doppelganger — which is pretty weird. It turns out she’s a teenage girl named Qarin, and she has shapeshifting powers too. Find out what happens next in this sneak peek of Ms. Marvel: Beyond the Limit #3 from Marvel Comics.
Captain Carter was one of the big joys of the recent What If…? series from Disney+ and Marvel Studios, and the hero is getting her own series from Jamie McKelvie and Marika Cresta.
Spinning out of What If…? on Disney+, Marvel Comics has announced Captain Carter is getting a series in March 2022 from writer Jamie McKelvie and artist Marika Cresta.
This new, visually stunning, and all-star-packed celebration of Wonder Woman continues this week in Wonder Woman Black and Gold #2 from DC Comics. Some of comics’ greatest storytellers present five beautifully bombastic tales that take Diana all over the DC Universe.
Captain Marvel #30 drops at your LCS tomorrow, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Major Spoilers has a sneak peek of the issue, today!
The penultimate issue of Batman Black and White arrives in stores today, and we have a sneak peek of the issue from DC Comics.
It’s Thanos vs. Ikaris in this week’s Eternals #2 from Marvel Comics. Take the jump for a sneak peek of the issue.
Check out this sneak peek of Captain Marvel #25 from Marvel Comics.
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