By far the most intriguing of the incoming Marvel NOW slate is All-New X-Men, which not only brings the publisher's longtime Avengers architect Brian Michael Bendis to an ongoing mutant title for the first time, but truly threw everyone for a loop when it was announced that the book would pull the original X-Men of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby out of the past and drop them into present day X-Men lore (let's not think about "what year it was" when those '60s stories are meant to have happened in "Marvel Time," it gives me the fear). For some continuity-conscious Marvel fans, this might seem like an audacious move fraught with peril, but I think it's crazy enough that it just might
With their Marvel NOW initiative set to start this fall, Marvel is beginning to roll out interior art for some of its most anticipated titles, including the November 7 release of All-New X-Men #1. Written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by fan-favorite artist Stuart Immonen, All-New X-Men features the original team -- Cyclops, Marvel
Marvel has announced plans to lure new and lapsed readers by launching or relaunching new series every week between October and February and reassigning popular creators to different franchises for the first time in years. Called Marvel N
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
On sale in April AVX: Versus #1, beginning Marvel Comics' tie-in series to the Avengers Vs. X-Men event. The only newly created sister title for the main event series, AVX is distinct from the that book in that its function is to depict the various bouts in more graphic detail than the Avengers Vs. X-Men narrative allows. Described by editor Tom Brevoort as "literally the fight
A deliberately over-the-top, bombastic title designed to team up Spidey with other heroes from the Marvel Universe, the popular Avenging Spider-Man series has been written so far by Zeb Wells and drawn by artists Joe Madureira and Greg Land. As revealed in Marvel Comics' solicitatio
Normally, ComicsAlliance Senior Writer Chris Sims answers comics and comics culture questions from our readers every week, but as Halloween approaches, things are about to get terrifying! This month, Chris answers your spoooooooky questions... from beyond the grave!
After a summer of being trashed at every turn by familiar faces transformed into fear god enhanced monsters with hammers known as "The Worthy," Marvel Comics' heroes are about to bounce back with some boosted mojo of their own in the conclusion to Matt Fraction and Stuart Immonen's summer event in Fear Itself #7. Teased as silho
Fear Itself started out with a fairly straightforward premise: An ancient power was transforming chosen villains (and a few anti-heroes) into "The Worthy," a hammer-empowered force evil enough to wipe humanity from the face of the Earth. Things
On sale this week is the third issue of Fear Itself, the latest event miniseries from Marvel Comics. Written by Matt Fraction (The Mighty Thor, Invincible Iron Man) with artwork by Stuart Immonen (New Avengers, Ultimate Spider-Man), Wade von Grawbadger (New Avengers, Starman) and Laura Martin (The Authority, The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures) the series finds Sin, daughter of the legendary villain Red Skull, unleashing the god of fear, a serpent who will confront the heroes of the Marvel Universe with their greatest nightmares.
Read on for an advance look at this week's Fear Itself #3 with possible spoilers.Sin -- now called Skadi, herald of the Serpent -- already caused the mig
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