In the chill of night, at the scene of a crime, like a streak of light you've arrived just in time for the ninth installment of ComicsAlliance Vs. AvX, our unofficial scorecard for Marvel's big summer publishing event, Avengers Vs. X-Men. Your friendly neighborhood
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A day after Marvel teased a new creative team for The Invincible Iron Man as part of its Marvel NOW! relaunch, the House of Ideas is at it again, promising that Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic will be "worthy" in November.Today's tease would seem to suggest that the two creators -- best known, perhaps, for their work on Wolverine and Wolverine and The X-Men (Aaron) an
It's possible you've heard of Avengers Vs. X-Men, the 12-issue event series written by Marvel Comics heavyweights Jason Aaron, Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction and Jonathan Hickman and drawn by Olivier Coipel, Andy Kubert, and John Romita, Jr. The book is is, according to Marvel, "the bigge
On sale in January from Marvel Comics is the 300th issue of Wolverine, starring the enduringly popular X-Man known for performing decidedly unpleasant tasks at levels of excellence that exceed those of other individuals. Written by Jason Aaron a
More publishing developments from Marvel Comics this week, as the company cancelled X-23, one of its two female-starring solo titles; announced the conclusion (as opposed to cancelation) of PunisherMAX, an acclaimed mature readers; and announced high profile artist Greg Land as a fill-in for its recent hit, Avenging Spider-Man. More details after the cut.
UPDATE: Ghost Rider writer Rob Williams has con
Let it never be said that Marvel Comics doesn't take deadlines seriously. Okay, it will probably be said in the future, possibly on this website, but the venerable superhero publisher took what for many fans would seem like dramatic measures to honor next week's on-sale date for The Incredible Hulk #2, which was completed by no fewer than 11 credited pencilers and inkers. Written by Jason Aaron, the 20-page issue was sold to reta
Wondering who's who at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning in the new Wolverine and the X-Men? Just check out this handy chart of all seven different subgroups, provided to CA by Marvel Comics and designed by Irene Y. Lee.
The X-Men as fans knew them have been split in two following the polarizing events of "Schism," and it's left the last guy anyone would expect to teach the next generation of Marvel's less-than-merry mutants how to thrive in a world that hates and fears them. Starting today in the pages of Wolverine and the X-Men #1 (in stores and available digitally on comiXolo
Marvel's Incredible Hulk panel gave fans a look into the Jade Giant and his extended family's smashing schedule for the coming year yesterday at New York Comic Con. In addition to the Hulk's upcoming battle against Banne
Vertigo came to NYCC armed with a few announcements and plenty of updates this year, including news that many of its ongoing titles will accelerate its transition to a simultaneous digital and print release schedule beginning in November and continuing through 2012. The panel also