Over the past 11 issues, Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon have put the Punisher into action against a pair of familiar foes by introducing Marvel MAX versions of the Kingpin and Bullseye, and in the next issue, they're touching on another situation readers might recognize from clasisc Punisher stories: Frank Castle goes to prison.
But this time, things are a little different. Every ot
It's hard enough to believe it's already been 50 months since the last "Burning Questions" issue of Fables (whereby reader questions are answered in the form of original short stories), much less 100 months since the debut of the superlative Vertigo series. But it
DC Comics' flagship heroes may be coming up on 700 issues, but Marvel's most merry mercenary isn't about to let a little thing like reality stop him from retaining the highest mainstream comics count. This August, Deadpool celebrates his 1000th issue (sort of) and Marvel's sparing no expense to help the anti-hero ring in the occasion
On one of his earliest missions with the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense, Hellboy's most aquatically adept compadre has found himself in a sticky undersea situation. That's right, Abe Sapien's dealing with sunken ship terror in "the Abyssal Plain
Hitman Monkey, Marvel's sensational new character find of 2010, is exactly what his name implies: a monkey who trained and became a hitman. He enjoys clubbing, is irresistable to women, and is one of the most effective assassins on the planet. He debuted