On sale now from Marvel Comics is Avenging Spider-Man #9, the latest issue of the publisher's typically high-energy and very humorous Spidey team-up book. Written by Kelly Sue DeConnick with art by Terry and Rachel Dodson with colors by Edgar Delgado, this issue finds Spider-Man and Captain Marvel on an adventure 50,000 feet in the air. Avenging Spider-Man is always a fun superhero action read and this issue lo
With the massive box office success of The Avengers (the film has earned more than one billion dollars at box offices worldwide), Marvel Studios has accomplished an extraordinary feat in franchise building; it has created a shared cinematic superhero universe based on the characters originally created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee. Introducing its heroes across five movies was ambitious enough (Iron Man, Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America), but betting
This week, War Rocket Ajax is proud to welcome Kelly Sue DeConnick to the podcast! We've been wanting to have her as a guest since the early days of the show, and now we have the chance to talk to her about Ghost, Captain Marvel, and how she made the transition from writing dialogue for manga to mainstream super-heroes, and you can listen to the whole episode right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax #110: Ignore the Broccoli People with Kelly Sue DeConnick
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For the 500th post of his 5 Minute Marvels blog devoted to drawing various comics heroes with his two young daughters, Tim Miner has posted drawings of Captain Marvel (née Ms. Marvel) drawn by children and adults alike. (Bonus: Upcoming Captain Marvel writer Kelly Sue Deconnick tries her hand at the art as w
Movies: If you missed The Avengers movie premiere, Marvel can walk you down the red carpet on repeat.
Upcoming: It looks like there's going to be a G.I. Joe/Danger Girl crossover in the near future.
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It's time again to break down the convoluted history of a comic book character in the recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody by Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of Let's Be Friends Again! Today's subject: the DC Comics character Shazam (a.k.a. Captain Marvel), who recently changed his name and d
In today's Justice League #7, the series' regular writer Geoff Johns will be joined by artist and occasional collaborator Gary Frank for a new back-up feature entitled "The Curse of Shazam," which will introduce readers to the "New 52" version of the character formerly known as Captain Marvel, but henceforth known as Shazam. To help get readers
At Wondercon today, Marvel Comics announced that the Captain Marvel character is returning to comics, Ms. Marvel is getting a new costume, and the company will once again have a solo title starring a female character after months without one. And it was
Today's New York Post ran the first image of the new, "New 52" version of DC Comics' Hero Formerly Known as Captain Marvel, who we already know has been renamed "Shazam." Created in 1939 by artist C. C. Beck and writer Bill Parker, the character will make his post-reboot debut later this month in Justice
When Captain Marvel finally makes his belated entry into DC's September-launched New 52 iverse, he'll do so with one rather big change: He'll no longer be Captain Marvel, but Shazam. Writer and DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, who will be reintroducing the character in the "Curse of Shazam" back-up strip that will begin running in March's Justice League #7, explained the name change in a Newsarama interview.
"Well, there are a lot of reasons for the chang