For today’s question, we asked our writers; Which comics should Marvel Comics launch after Secret Wars? Marvel has been unveiling its new line-up over the past few days, with the full reveal coming on Wednesday 1 July, and what the publisher has announced thus far has shown plenty of promise, including a more diverse Avengers team and a new central role for Miles Morales in the Marvel Universe. But there's always room for more. More diversity, more originality, more weirdness.
Heroes For Hire
If there's one character Marvel Comics has worked to push beyond his unfortunate blaxploitation origins in the '70s, it's former Power Man Luke Cage. Though his comics career began in relative earnest, creators typically depicted Cage talking his share of stereotypical jive and fighting minor villains, resulting in decades of climbing from D-lister to eventual A-lister under writers like Brian Michael Bendis
What's interesting about a comic like Heroes for Hire, Marvel's new series about Misty Knight coordinating street level heroes, is that it doesn't really have the same baggage other classic franchises do. There a
All right now, for all you boppers out there looking for fresh new comics to read, all you comics fans with an eye for the action, I've been asked to relay a preview from Marvel Comics. It's from Heroes for Hire #1, featuring that real live bunch from the 616, and I do mean Misty Knight, Sam Wilson, Natasha Romanov, and everyone's favorite purple-suited mercenary. You heard me
Marvel's go-to guys for all things cosmic are taking it to the streets in "Heroes for Hire," a new series launching in December. Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning will be writing the series, as confirmed in a new press release from Marvel that follows days of teaser images featuring the team's eclectic membership, which includes Iron Fist, Moon Knight, Ghost Rider, Elektra and the Punisher (although there may be additional heroes on the payroll, as suggested by the teaser images you can see after the jump).As previously mentioned, the new ser