And lo, we come to the end of another epic Marvel crossover event and -- quick head count -- it looks like all the black characters are still alive. If it's dead minority superheroes you're looking for, you'll have to go read Uncanny Avengers instead. Sorry, gang.
In fact, the Avengers' cosmic war-on-two-fronts is surprisingly light on a body count, which is the usual way the PR guys tell us that the stories matter. So now that Jonathan Hickman'sInfinity is, paradoxically, over, did all that kerfuffle tell us anything profound about the human condition? And were the Jim Cheung fight scenes good?
We're fast approaching the end of Marvel's sprawling space war/alien invasion crossover event Infinity, with one more issue to come. If you thought the story's two main threads -- the war against the Builder armada on the one hand and Thanos's invasion of Earth on the other -- were going to neatly come together, well... you may be disappointed. They are in the same comic, however.
Halloween is just around the corner, and here at ComicsAlliance, and one of the best parts of the month is gearing up for a night of costumes! It’s the one time of year when even people like me who could never cut it in our Best Cosplay Ever feature can drop by the local department store and walk out with the ability to dress up as our favorite characters.
But is that really a good thing? I have my doubts, which is why I’m spending every day taking on the store-bought costumes inspired by our favorite things. Today, it's the stars of last year's biggest movie in the history of everything, TheAvengers!
Marvel unveiled a bevy of All-New Marvel Now books and storylines at the Avengers panel at New York Comic-Con on Saturday afternoon. Avengers group editor Tom Brevoort was on hand to lead the panel, joined by fellow editor Lauren Sankovitch and writers Nick Spencer, Jonathan Hickman, Dennis Hopeless, Ales Kot and Al Ewing.
When Marvel announced that this year's big summer event comic was called Infinity, I considered faking my own death. I mean, it sounds a bit much, doesn't it? "Infinity?" As in, "having no end?" Didn't we already do that with Secret Invasion? Still, an event with no ending is good news for whichever minority character was meant to die in the last chapter.
But it turns out Infinity is actually a pretty tight sprawl, as sprawls go. The main series is six issues. The story spills over into six issues of Avengers and four issues of New Avengers. And everything else will tie-in somehow, because, hey kid, nice wallet you got there, be a shame if something happened to it.
So I didn't fake my own death! I'm here, present and correct, to provide ComicsAlliance's exclusive and totally spoiler-riddled guide to Infinity: ComicsAlliance x Infinity!It'll be over before you know it.
Over the past couple years, we've actually seen quitea bit of what THQ Australia's Skrull-filled Avengers video game would have looked like if it hadn't been canceled. Much of that art was of big, bulky Skrulls with superhero powers, but that apparently was only going to be one aspect of the game's bad guys.
Artist James Brouwer posted a set of images of some of his concept art to his blog a while back, and its Skrulls look quite a bit sleeker. There's also a lot more attention paid to Skrulls shifting into female forms. Check out what could have been after the jump, along with a video of the game that never was.
After some uncertainty about Robert Downey Jr.'s return for The Avengers 2 and subsequent Iron Man sequels, Marvel confirmed todaythat the actor will once again play Tony Stark...at least two more times.
A few folks (including Daredevil writer Mark Waid and ComicsAlliance's Chris Sims) have referred to elements of director Zack Snyder's Man of Steel as "disaster porn," but just how much damage is actually dealt by Superman, Zod and company in the movie?
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