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Iron Man Bulks Up And Gets Stealthy In New Armor Designs By Carlo Pagulayan

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When news broke that Kierron Gillen and Greg Land would be ushering in the latest era of Iron Man comic stories as part of Marvel Now, Gillen made it clear that fans would be seeing their share of new armors - one new suit per each of the first five issues, in fact. Today over at Marvel.com in a feature very appropriately dubbed "New Toys," Gillen previewed two all-new Iron Man suits design

Single Issues And Multiple Armors: What To Expect From Gillen And Land’s ‘Iron Man’

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For fans hoping that the upcoming Iron Man series by Kieron Gillen and Greg Land launching as part of Marvel NOW! will bring a new Iron Man armor, you're in luck, even more than you would've expected: Apparently, the new series will feature constantly updating, constantly changing armors depending on what Tony Stark needs at any one time."I like Iron Man in different armors; I like things going completely wrong," explained incoming writer Gillen. "I like the issue where it's stealth Iron Man against Titanium Man, it

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Kieron Gillen And Greg Land Helming Teased ‘Invincible’ Marvel NOW! Title

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Continuing the slow roll-out of creators and titles for its Marvel NOW! relaunch, Marvel today teased a new "invincible" project for the Uncanny X-Men pairing of Kieron Gillen and Greg Land. Tony Stark, are you read

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Gillen & McKelvie’s ‘Phonogram: The Singles Club’ Available Digitally

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In advance of the Image Comics series' much anticipated return later this year, Phonogram: The Singles Club has finally manifested on the mighty comiXology digital comic book service. The sequel to the Britpop-inspired, black-and-white indie opus Rue Britannia, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's full-colo(u)r Singles Club

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Image Comics 2012: Morrison, Harris, Chaykin, Hitch, Millar, Quitely, Wood & More

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Opened with a keynote address by Publisher Eric Stephenson that emphasized personalities and relationships in the comic book scene, the first Image Comics Expo in Oakland, California, came with more major publishing announcements than we expected. Among the new creator-owned book

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Gillen & McKelvie Reunite for ‘Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl’ in 2012

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Image Comics' Publisher Eric Stephenson confirmed tonight that Phonogram, the cult favorite series created by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie, is returning for a third installment in 2012. Featuring color work by Matt Wilson, Phonogram:

‘Phonogram’ Creators Gillen & McKelvie Tease New Comic

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Just in advance of this weekend's Image Comics Expo in Oakland, California, the creators of the cult classic modern fantasy series Phonogram have dropped a tantalizing teaser that strongly suggests a return to their universe of memory kingdoms and phonomancers and where music is magic. Alternatively, the teaser could herald something completely different, but Kieron Gillen and Jamie McK

Marvel’s ‘New Mutants’ and ‘Journey Into Mystery’ get ‘Exiled’ in May

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Marvel announced Exiled, its upcoming five-part, weekly-shipping crossover story spanning Asgard and Earth during a live-blog PR event on Monday. Following the Exiled #1 in May, two issues apiece of New Mutants and Journey Into Mystery will be

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Parting Shot: Is It Possible to Make a Superhero Comic for Both New and Old Fans?

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Uncanny X-Men writer Kieron Gillen blogs about the difficult balance involved in trying to write superhero comics that serve new and old readers simultaneously. This is a subject that was also much discussed in the context of DC Comics' New 52 relaunch, which was designed to reach out to a wider audience. What do you think? Is it possible for superhero comics to

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Kieron Gillen Chooses the Nuclear Option for the ‘Uncanny X-Men’ [Interview]

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This week Marvel Comics' newly relaunched Uncanny X-Men hit shelves (and digital stores), with a first issue by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Carlos Pacheco introducing an "Extinction team" of mutant heavy hitters lead by Cyclops in the wake of X-Men: Schism. ComicsAlliance talked to Gillen about why this team has taken a page from Batman's book and decided to use fear as a weapon against their enemies, turning the X-Men and their incredible powers into the nuclear deterrents of a rogue mutant state.

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