Today’s Digital Comic Releases include Aquaman, Spider-Man, X-Men, and more!
ComiXology has the hookup today with new comics and collections from DC Comics and Marvel.
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Aquaman: Deep Dives #2
Written by Michael Grey
Art by Aaron Lopresti
Aquaman and the Sea Devils team up to stop a group of polluters – and a radioactive creature from the deep!
Written by Robert Louis Stevenson, Roy Thomas
Art by Mario Gully
Cover by Greg Hildebrandt
Collects Marvel Illustrated: Treasure Island #1-6.
Robert Louis Stevenson’s seafaring adventure is brought to graphic life by scrivener Roy Thomas (X-MEN, AVENGERS, CONAN) and a new penciling sensation Mario Gully! This is a classic tale that has thrilled generations of readers, taken in by the allure of the sea – as only Stevenson could present it! Don’t dare miss this limited adaptation of the entire novel, me hearties, or walkin’ the plank ye’ll be!
Spider-Man: Amazing Friends
Written by Keith Giffen, Karl Kesel, Sean McKeever, David Michelinie, Paul Tobin
Art by Kano, Rick Burchett, Colleen Coover, Nick Dragotta, Chris Giarrusso, More
Collects Material From King-Size Spider-Man Summer Special #1, Spider-Man Family Featuring Spider-Man’s Amazing Friends #1, Spider-Man Featuring The Silver Surfer Magazine and Spider-Man Magazine: Great Power.
A heaping helping of timeless tales of Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man! First, Spidey teams up with Falcon to handle an outbreak of futuristic weaponry showing up in Harlem. Then a young Spidey’s doing his darndest to find allies in his war against crime, but he didn’t count on being matchmaker to two bickering heroes! Can the webslinger get Firestar to chill out and warm Iceman’s heart…by setting them up on a date!? Also featuring Iron Man and Silver Surfer.
Human Torch Masterworks Vol. 1
Written by Robert Bernstein, Ernie Hart, Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, Jerry Siegel
Art by Dick Ayers, Jack Kirby
Cover by Richard Isanove, Jack Kirby
Collects Strange Tales #101-117 and Annual #2.
After the debut of a quiet little magazine called FANTASTIC FOUR and a relatively unknown teen hero named Spider-Man, Mighty Marvel decided to go out on a limb and put these two risky ideas together into a featuring starring – the Human Torch! And believe it or not, yes – even with that kind of pedigree – it was a sure-fire hit! Johnny Storm – the thrill-seeking, impulsive teen wonder of the Fantastic Four – set the world on fire in his scorchin’ solo stories! Now, watch in wonder as the Torch goes to head-to-head against none other than Namor the Sub-Mariner, Spider-Man, Captain America, Paste-Pot Pete, the Wizard, the Sandman, the Living Bomb and more! If that ain’t diagnosis teenage angst, then you can call me Freud!
Human Torch Masterworks Vol. 2
Written by Larry Ivie, Stan Lee
Art by Dick Ayers, Carl Burgos, Jack Kirby, Bob Powell
Cover by Jack Kirby
Collects Strange Tales #118-134.
Hot dog! It’s a treat, the swingin’ ’60s solo adventures of the Human Torch come to cacophonous conclusion in this much-demanded Masterworks milestone! Written by the one-and-only sultan of the Silver Age, Stan Lee, and illustrated by the Bullen’s professor of penciling, Darlin’ Dick Ayers, these tales of the Torch (and his odd-couple partner, the ever-lovin’ blue-eyed Thing) are bona fide and certified cover-to-cover fun! Join in as the Torch tests his mettle against the Wizard, the riotous Rabble Rouser and Plantman. Then, place your bets in the battle of fire and ice between Johnny Storm and the X-Men’s Iceman, illustrated by Jack Kirby! After that we waste no time because it’s team-up time. The Thing joins the show and wastes no time getting down to clobberin’ time vs. Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, Paste-Pot Pete, the Beetle (not those Beatles, they come later), the Mad Thinker and the Puppet Master. And before we close it all down comes…the Watcher! Guest-staring the Amazing Spider-Man, the X-Men, four guys named John, Paul, George and Ringo, and if that doesn’t sell you on it, then I’ve got five words that will: “Thing in a Beatle wig.”
X-Men: Legacy — Necrosha
Written by Mike Carey
Art by Laurence Campbell, Clay Mann, Yanick Paquette
Cover by Adi Granov
Collects X-Men Legacy #231-234 And Material From X-Necrosha.
The Necrosha event hits X-Men: Legacy! Selene’s master plan is clicking intoplace, but she got something she didn’t plan for when destiny was brought back to life. a major X-villain snuck back into the world of the living along with destiny, and now a who’s who of X-Men are being sent to Muir Island to deal with their resurrected foe. Join Nightcrawler, Colossus, Psylocke, Rogue and the X-Men’s newest member – the master of magnetism, Magneto – as they dive into Necrosha.
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