Spider-Punk! Spider-Punk! Something, something Spider-Punk! Take jump! I know you can, don’t miss this sneak peek of Spider-Punk #1! From Marvel Comics!
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A new Jim Henson’s Storytellers series launches this week, and we have a sneak peek of Shapeshifters #1 from BOOM! Studios for you to check out.
You think you know Kang? You’re about to find out as Kang the Conqueror #5 – the final issue in the series – lands at your LCS on Wednesday from Marvel Comics.
Everyone is Kang the Conqueror! No, really, take the jump to see what happens when Nathaniel Richards tries to change the timeline in Kang the Conqueror #4 from Marvel Comics.
Can the Rangers move past their betrayals in order to save Earth and the universe itself? Find out in this week’s Mighty Morphin #13 from BOOM! Studios.
Doctor Strange is dead and Strange Academy closes their doors. Find out where the students go in Strange Academy Presents: The Death of Doctor Strange #1 by Marvel Comics!
Yup. Doctor Strange is still dead, and his absence is being felt across the entire Marvel Comics line. Don’t believe us? Check out this sneak peek of Strange Academy Presents: Death of Doctor Strange #1.
Spinning out of Something is Killing the Children is the arrival of this week’s House of Slaughter #1 from BOOM! Studios.
Young Kang stalks his future self in Kang the Conqueror #3 from Marvel Comics.
The big event happens this week – Doctor Stephen Strange is no more! Take the jump for a sneak peek of The Death of Doctor Strange #1 from Marvel Comics.
Kang finds himself in ancient Egypt in this week’s Kang the Conqueror #2 from Marvel Comics. I wonder what he’ll get up to – what he will become?
Now that you have watched Loki, time to get the lowdown on Kang in Kang the Conqueror #1, out on Wednesday from Marvel Comics.
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He’s everywhere you want to be. He’s never not in the office in this sneak peek of X-Corp #3 from Marvel Comics.
The “death” of Doctor Strange hits the Marvel Universe quite hard in September, so it makes sense his “death” will be felt across multiple titles.