Four years ago this month, "Agents of Atlas" #1 hit comic shop shelves from Marvel Comics, and last week, after five series, 29 issues, two spin-off miniseries, and guest appearances in everything from "Thunderbolts" to "Marvel Adventures Avengers," the series came to an end with "Atlas" #5.
It's great to watch shared hobbies bring people together despite their differences. You see it all the time in comics fandom, when people of different ages and economic, ethnic and educational backgrounds come together around a shared love of a favorite character, and it's touching. This
If you ever need a reminder that the early '90s were a strange, strange time for the comics industry, then look no further than Comics FutureStars. Released by Majestic Entertainment in 1993, FutureStars was a showcase for nearly a hundred artists who were thought to be the next wave of up-and-comers who would ride the infamous boom to stardom.
And of course, because this is
After telling a story that spanned a couple years and a series of successful crossovers, Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness have finally finished telling the story of the Red Hulk, General Thunderbolt Ross. With
While the Heroic Age: Avengers panel was extremely light on announcements this year, Brian Michael Bendis and Joe Quesada did solve one small puzzle for the fans--literally. The back pages of certain Marvel comics have been teasing the arrival of a new Avenger in the ongoing "Avengers" series by Bendis and John Romita, Jr
This week, Marvel's Agents of "Atlas" get a spin-off as Gorilla Man takes center stage courtesy of "Atlas" co-creator Jeff Parker and Giancarlo Caracuzzo. Considering that the character hasn't had a solo story in about 54 years, this is a pretty momentous occasion, which is why today, I not only sat down with Parker for an interview, but managed to wrangle an exclusive with the Gorilla Man himself, Ken Hale!
ComicsAlliance: First off, Ken, thanks for taking the time to do the interview. I know you've got your hands full these days. And your fee
Prince Namor's slightly more personable cousin is stepping into the limelight on June 23 with an undersea outing chock full of feminine ankle wings. "Namora" #1 hits stores on June 23 and Marvel Comics has provided us with an exclusive preview of the Atlantean agent of ATLAS's adventures as written by Jeff Parker and illustrated by Sara Pichell with a cover by Stephanie Hans and a variant by Ramona Fradon.
Here's Marvel's official synopsis for the one-shot:
Luke Cage knew he wasn't stepping into a cozy 9-5 gig when he took to reforming the troubled Thunderbolts in issue #144. Even so, writer Jeff Parker and artists Kev Walker and Marko Djurdjevic sure aren't making things easy for the steel-skinned hero
This week, Marvel's Agents of Atlas get a new start with "Atlas" #1, by Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman! If you're already a fan, then you probably know why we're so excited to have one of our favorite team books back on the stands, and if you're not... well, the only thing we can do is try to let