Following yesterday's announcement of Age of Ultron by Brian Michael Bendis and artists Bryan Hitch, Brandon Peterson and Carlos Pacheco, Marvel has debuted some additional interior preview art from the upcoming event at CBR. The biggest highlight? None other than a surprising cameo by the long-in-limboROM: Spaceknight on a bulletin board covered in head shots of prominent Marvel heroes and v
On my wish list of things I want to see in comics, the return of ROM is pretty close to the top, but due to a notoriously complicated licensing deal, the Greatest of the Spaceknights has been trapped in publication limbo for the past two decades. Now, however, it look
Last week, in the pages of Annihilators #1, Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Tan Eng Huat did something that I've been waiting for since the resurgence of Marvel's cosmic titles that began five years ago: They began a story that draws on the events of ROM: Spaceknight.
I'd always figured it was only a matter of time before
Beginning today and last through January 2, Floating World Comics of Portland, Ore. will host SPACENITE 2, the store's second ROM: Spaceknight-themed art gallery benefiting former attorney and prolific ROM scribe Bill Mantlo. Organized by store owner Jason Leivian, the SPACENITE 2 gallery contains the work of dozens of creators including Mike Allr
After a long, sobering look at James Stokoe's Galactus, which is terrifyingly huge and hyper-detailed enough to be at home in "Shadow of the Colossus" on your PlayStation 2, it's soothing to be reminded that the World Devourer can also be drawn as an intergalactic foppish Dr. Seuss character who could pass for a supporting character in an outer space adaptation of "
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