Sam Wilson makes his first appearance as the new Captain America at the end of Rick Remender's current run on the book, Captain America #25, in October. Sam gets his own book in All-New Captain America #1 in November, by Remender and Stuart Immonen. But another story will bridge the gap between those two titles, and it will be released as a digital mini series.
Last week readers learned that Daredevil, the monthly title from creators Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, was coming to an end with issue #36 early next year. Given the series' near-universal critical praise, coupled with the fact that 2014 marks the character's 50th anniversary, it seemed inevitable that an announcement -- if not multiple announcements -- would be coming out soon regarding plans for Daredevil's future.
And today one of those new plans was revealed, as Marvel has announced Daredevil: Road Warrior, a brand new series under the publisher's Infinite Comics digital-only imprint, written by Waid and illustrated by Peter Krause, Waid's collaborator on Irredeemable for Boom and Insufferable for the writer's digital imprint Thrillbent.
Starting today and running through Sunday, August 4th, Marvel Comics is offering a free 'Guardians of the Galaxy: Drax the Destroyer' digital comic. Part of the publisher's Infinite Comics initiative, the release will further promote one of the characters starring in their upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy film, as well the ongoing monthly title from Brian Michael Bendis, with art by Steve McNiven and Sarah Pichelli.
Last year Marvel launched Infinite Comics, a digital comics initiative designed specifically for mobile devices, for the purpose of creating content meant to take advantage of the creative and technological opportunities those devices provide. The idea behind
In advance of Brian Michael Bendis and Steve McNiven's new Guardians of the Galaxy title debuting later this month, Marvel Comics has launched a short series of prologues spotlighting each member of the spacefaring superteam. Written by Bendis and drawn by his longtime Powers and Takio collaborator Michael Avon Oeming, these four bi-weekly shorts will be available for free via the Marvel Comics ap
Marvel's big Avengers vs. X-Men crossover is providing a lot of opportunities for readers to see new stuff, but to be honest, I'm way less interested in an epic throwdown between Gambit and Hawkeye than I am in seeing how Marvel's latest foray into digital shakes out. It's called Infinite Com
At the SXSW Interactive conference in Austin, Texas today, Marvel Comics unveiled its new "ReEvolution" initiative, with a new digital device app called Marvel Augmented Reality, and new digital-only imprint, Infinite Comics, which will offer digital comics that tie in with existing print titles. Infinite Comics will launch on April 4th with an Avenge
What is Infinite Comics? If the hype is to be believed, the mysterious new Marvel Comics project is something that will bring print and digital formats closer together and "bring more readers to comics than ever before," with the name referring to the endless possibilities of the future of storytelling as a result. Wondering just what all thi