Maybe Marvel is trying to do something about climate change.
That's one possible explanation for why the publisher is recycling the titles of half a dozen, and probably more, of its events from over the years. In the past week, Marvel has announced events titled Planet Hulk and Armor Wars, and before that we found out about Civil War, Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies, Secret Wars, and the slightly retitled Years of Future Past.
The final chunk of 2013 should be a boon to Thunderbolts fans and, um, Undeadheads? who dig Minimates. Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum will release a special Marvel Minimates Zombie Villains Box Set in October, followed by a Marvel Now! Thunderbolts Box Set in January of 2014.
With Marvel NOW! seeing all manner of books from the House of Ideas -- from Avengers and Iron Man through to Nova and, uh, Young Avengers -- getting relaunched, it seems as if even Marvel Zombies is getting a facelift
ZOMBIES AND DRACULAS AND ROBOTS (OH MY) - Marvel Zombies 5 #4 / The Death of Dracula One-Shot
Unless you've been buried alive for the past decade you've probably noticed that various incarnations of the undead in fiction have experienced bursts of popularity in the last several years. And that this in turn has led man
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
BOLDLY TAKING AND HOLDING ANY GENRE TERRITORY IT CAN - Turf 1
The mashup is big right now -- taking two things that you wouldn't normally expect to see together, mixing them up, and seeing what happens. Jane Austen and movie monsters. Chocolate and bacon. Cutting edge
Since his mainstream comics debut nearly five years ago, writer Fred Van Lente has been one of our favorite writers, climbing slowly but steadily to prominence by self-publishing books like the Xeric Award-winning "Action Philosophers" while simultaneously rising through the ranks at Marvel Comics, making his name first in the "Marvel Adventures" line aimed at younger readers, before moving on to the "Marvel Zombies" series, and his widely acclaimed run on "Incredible Hercules," which recently came to a close
As much as I dug Robert Kirkman's humorous continuation of Mark Millar's Ultimate zombie reveal in "Marvel Zombies" 1 and 2, I feel like the series really found its footing in volumes 3 and 4, when the mechanized Aaron Stack (A
Since its debut in 2005, the Marvel Zombies franchise has spawned a line of crossovers and sequels of shambling, undead success.
While most fans are content to wait for new installments (the series is currently in its fourth major storyline), YouTube user Whoiseyevan took the concept to a whole new level reimagining Marvel's 1966 animated shorts in zombiefied detail with an undead Captain America decapitating Nazis with his mighty shield and Thor littering Asgard's Rainbow Bridge with the corpses of the Warriors Three.
Marvel is pleased to unveil the brand new Arthur Suydam cover to the hotly anticipated Marvel Zombie: The Covers HC! Collecting the gorgeous covers from the pop culture phenomenon known as Marvel Zombies, this red-hot hardcover features an homage to Secret Wars #8 by Suydam on the cover, the first of many brand new pieces of art displayed in this volume! In addition to stunning art from Suydam, Greg Land and Kyle Hotz, you'll get the first look at never before seen extras including director's cut style commentary from Suydam and the special zombie covers from various Marvel series in October!
With the quick sell-outs of past Marvel Zombies collections, Marvel advises retailers to check their orders on Marvel Zombies: The Covers HC. And don't miss the exciting return of everyone's favorite undead super humans in Marvel Zombies II!
This October, there's only one question you need to answer: whose
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