He’s Marvel’s newest TV star, but that’s not all there is to the Fist of Khonshu. Your Major Spoilers review of Moon Knight: Black White and Blood #1 from Marvel Comics awaits!
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When A.I.M. manages a covert infiltration of the S.W.O.R.D. station and kidnaps three mutants, it’s up to Wolverine to take one giant leap for man and get them back in X-Men Unlimited: Latitude #1 from Marvel Comics.
Marvel is jumping 6,000 years into the future, to introduce the Moon Knight of the future in the pages of Moon Knight: Black, White, and Blood #1 from Jonathan Hickman and Chris Bachalo.
The future of Krakoa is about to change! More and more people are finding out about Moira’s secret and Orchis has made a deadly move. Find out what happens in Inferno #4 by Marvel Comics!
In March, Marvel Comics releases X-Men Unlimited #1 from Jonathan Hickman and Declan Shalvey that features Wolverine tearing through A.I.M. on a mutant rescue mission.
Corruption and catastrophe may be coming to Krakoa. Can Charles and Erik figure out how to keep everything in order? Find out in Inferno #3 by Marvel Comics!
Get your corgis ready, it’s time for “So You Want To Read Comics”, a weekly article where we take a look at a single topic, then give you a pair of comic book recommendations, perfect for new readers, based on that topic. This week we’re looking at the anime classic Cowboy Bebop.
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The X-Men opus created by Jonathan Hickman is coming to an end in January 2022 in the pages of Inferno #4. To send the issue off in style, Marvel Comics has ten covers for you to snag, and we have a look at them all, after the jump.
Professor X and Magneto have been keeping a secret, but every secret has consequences. Will they be able to keep up their lies? Find out in Inferno #2 by Marvel Comics!
There is a time of change for the mutant nation of Krakoa. Can the mutant nation have unity before Orchis finally gets the upper hand? Find out in Inferno #1 by Marvel Comics!
December will see the Jonathan Hickman’s run on X-Men come to a conclusion with the release of Inferno #4 from Marvel Comics.
Every week, we get more and more announcements that a “known” comics creator is starting a blog or related content on Substack. Is this what comic books want to be when they grow up?
Marvel Comics has announced that Stanley “Artgerm” Lao is providing a variant cover for Inferno #1 by Jonathan Hickman and Valerio Schiti.
It’s Episode 492 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, and this week Wayne talks with Dani Hedlund from the Brink Literacy Project and Caleb Palmquist from Modern Mythology!