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Has Marvel Found Its Replacement For Kang?
Has Marvel Found Its Replacement For Kang?
Has Marvel Found Its Replacement For Kang?
With Jonathan Majors fired from Marvel, and the next Avengers movie no longer called Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, the company needs to find a new central villain who can be the main threat of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Multiverse Saga. Marvel Comics fa...
Reading List: The Ten Essential Jack Kirby Stories
Reading List: The Ten Essential Jack Kirby Stories
Reading List: The Ten Essential Jack Kirby Stories
Obviously Jack Kirby is the greatest comic book artist of all time, but most will agree he's also one of the medium's greatest writers. He wrote the way he drew: Big and loud and primal, but with a surprising amount of intricacy and nuance waiting to be discovered amid the crackling explosions. We've put together a list of the ten essential stories that you should read if you want to get more familiar with the King.
Comics' 20 Most Memorable 'Beauty And The Beast' Romances
Comics' 20 Most Memorable 'Beauty And The Beast' Romances
Comics' 20 Most Memorable 'Beauty And The Beast' Romances
One is a kind, caring and sweet person who wants to make a difference. The other is brash and feels isolated from a world that would paint it as an outsider. Somehow, they find a common bond and fall in love, which makes both of their lives a little bit more complete. The archetypes behind the classic fairy tale "The Beauty and the Beast" are ones you can spot again and again in stories dating back centuries. We've assembled some of our favorite examples of "beauty and beast" romances in comics.
Logan 2? Revisiting Mark Millar's Sequel To 'Old Man Logan'
Logan 2? Revisiting Mark Millar's Sequel To 'Old Man Logan'
Logan 2? Revisiting Mark Millar's Sequel To 'Old Man Logan'
Since arriving in the mainstream Marvel Universe following Secret Wars, Old Man Logan has taken on a life of his own as a standout solo star, and his adventures beyond the original eight issues have been expanded upon in great detail. However, what a lot of people forget is that Mark Millar actually wrote a sequel to "Old Man Logan" at the same time as he was writing the original, as part of an experimental attempt to link his work-for-hire superhero comics with his own creator-owned franchises.

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