It's not hugely uncommon for less-than-saintly heroes to hit the wrong side of the underworld, but it is rare for the bodies they leave behind to be repurposed by another soul. Unfortunately for Wolverine, his near-unkillable facade is the kind of physical real estate that his many enemies would kill for
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Thanks to the "Twilight effect," vampires seem a bit like ubiquitous pop culture garnish these days, but in the upcoming "Mutants vs. Vampires" arc that begins in a relaunched "X-Men" #1 by Victor Gischler and Paco Medina in July, Marvel is aiming to make the bloodsuckers a bit more than storyline sprinkles
Updated: In yet another big announcement out of the's Cup O' Joe panel at C2E2, Marvel announced that Matt Fraction's indie masterpiece "Casanova," which was illustrated by brothers Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon and published by Image Comics, will soon be moving to Marvel's creator-owned Icon imprint, a shift that Fraction says "will allow us to do the book and to do it as we intended to do it."
The book will be repacka
Updated: A spoiled image that cropped up earlier this week revealed the lion's share of the new Secret Avengers lineup, but today a few new heroes -- namely Black Widow and Irredeemable Ant Man -- were announced today at C2E2's Cup O' Joe panel, joining War Machine, Beast, Valkyrie, Moon Knight, Nova, Sharon Carter and Steve Rogers.
Editor Tom Brevoort noted that the reveal was new to fans, "unless you've been reading the Internet over the past 48 hours," although Ant Man's appearance with the team in a
The mystery of the O.M.I.T. acronym has finally been revealed! Spider-Man prepares to face "One Moment In Time," a new storyline by Marvel EIC Joe Quesada, with art by Paolo Rivera that will run through the oversized issues of "Amazing Spider-Man" #637-640.
Nick Jr.'s arguably hippest DJ and his magical buddies are picking up their boombox and kicking it in comics this fall. Oni Press and W!LDBRAIN Entertainment announced today at C2E2 that DJ Lance Rock, Brobee, Muno, Toodee, Foofa and Plex and more will all arrive in a full-color 128 page hardcover anthology
As a relatively burgeoning corner of the wider comics market, digital content hasn't come close to eclipsing its partner in print, but it's worth noting that what may consider to be the future of comics has at least become a million dollar business
Hey, remember when Speedball was sad (so sad) because he played a tangential role in blowing up Stamford, Connecticut and sparking a superhero Civil War, so he decided to turn from a happy, colorful teen superhero into a fetish-infused freakshow by putting on a pain suit that constantly raked his flesh I guess as some form of penance? And then changed his name to Penance? Yeah, that's over now.
A shadow is falling over the streets of New York City, and none of Marvel's urban champions are safe. Guess that's just what happens when a frustrated blind lawyer gets put in charge of an evil mystical ninja clan