Marvel's Welcome to the X-Men panel at New York Comic Con discussed "X-Men: Serve & Protect," the newest "X-Men" storyline from Victor Gischler and Chris Bachalo, and Editor Axel Alonso revealed that the fallout from the "Curse of the Mutants" storyline will be a miniseries called "Wolverine and Jubilee."Kathryn Immonen is providing the script for "Wolver
To say that the arrival of FrankenCastle was met with some fan skepticism is certainly an understatement. How can Marvel ever realistically hope to win over a fan base that's rooting for this nitty-gritty street-level killer of killers by turning him into a freakish hashed-together sewer-dwelling monster?
Well, they could build an awesome action figure version, for a start -- and if they won't do it, then Apathy Ink Customs will.
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Marvel super-heroes undergoing strange transformations isn't really a new idea: Captain America's been a werewolf, Storm and Wolverine have been vampires in "What If," and heck, there's an entire universe where the Marvel Super-Heroes have been turned into zombies, and one where they're all apes, some of whom are also vampires
When they announced the "Frankencastle" series where Punisher (a.k.a. Frank Castle, ba-dump) becomes some kind of monster, I wasn't expecting the tagline "Rest In Pieces," to be quite so literal.
The Punisher has looked better.
Marvel's most recent teases for the fall have Frank Castle -- well, presumably Frank Castle's corpse, looking a bit reanimated by way of unglamorous technology. It's like