As announced last week by Marvel, Rob Liefeld is adding another chapter into the X Universe with the upcoming series Major X launching April.
The series sees a character from another dimension, Major X, come to the main Marvel Universe. Major X comes from another existence called the X-instence, a mutant Shangri-La. It’s a world of peace and harmony. Something happens forcing Major X to land in the Marvel Universe but not in the spot he hoped for, he lands in 1991 and eventually makes his way to the modern-day Marvel world.
Liefeld continues the tease with the release of new art that we can see below. In it we clearly see Wolverine with a nod to his brown and orange outfit, Cable, a Sentinel, Shatterstar, and from there… it looks like Avalanche, to Atlanteans and a grey Beast?
Valiant Entertainment has delivered a first look at AJ Jothukumar‘s charismatic character designs for Fallen World, an epic sci-fi limited series by writer Dan Abnett and artist Adam Pollina. Launching this May, Fallen World is part of the Breakthrough slate, Valiant’s lineup of new titles that are perfect jumping-on spots while also greatly expanding the shared universe’s mythos.
Feast your eyes on Jothikumar’s character designs below.
The Walking Dead returns to AMC February 10 and with it the communities will face a new enemy in the Whisperers. This new threat debuted in the comics in issue #130 and was a group of individuals who lived within the herds of walkers by wearing the skin of the dead. Led by the leaders Alpha and Beta, they were unlike anything that’s been dealt with before.
The show has teased this enemy for a bit of time and we’ve seen them in a few episodes already, though they haven’t been explained.
Today, AMC released a teaser of what we’ll be seeing in about a month’s time.
BOOM! Studios announced that iconic Buffy The Vampire Slayercharacter Robin Wood will join the publisher’s hotly-anticipated reimagining of the pop culture phenomenon, in partnership with 20th Century Fox Consumer Products, with the reveal of the character design by Russ Manning Award-winning artist Dan Mora.
While fans first met Robin Wood in the seventh season of the television series as both the principal of Sunnydale High and a vampire hunter, he will join the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer in 2019 as captain of the Sunnydale Field and Track team – a model student and high school heartthrob with a mysteriously broken wrist. But when Robin meets Buffy and the Scooby Gang, some fists (and sparks) might just fly before they discover the truth about each other…and how they need to work together to save Sunnydale.
Alongside Mora, Eisner Award-nominated writer Jordie Bellaire and series creator/story consultant Joss Whedoninvite readers to meet a Buffy Summers like the one they know – trying to make friends at her new school, get decent grades, and to escape her imposed destiny as the next in a long line of vampire slayers tasked with defeating the forces of evil. But the Slayer’s world looks a lot more like the one outside your window, as this new series brings her into a new era with new challenges, new friends…and a few enemies you might already recognize (including fan-favorite Drusilla’s debut as THE MISTRESS).
Buffy the Vampire Slayer #1 comes to comic shelves January 23, 2019.
For six years now in my run on THOR, I’ve been using Malekith’s war to explore the different realms that are strung along the World Tree. We’ve been to each and every one of them and seen how the people there have been touched by this war to end all wars. Now, as the war finally comes to the last realm standing, Midgard, where the heroes of Earth are waiting, those other realms will still have a pivotal part to play. Whether for good or ill remains to be seen…
– Jason Aaron
The War of the Realmsbegins April 2019 by Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman, and Matthew Wilson.
Last we saw, Kraven the Hunter was either hanging out with Squirrel Girl or hunting Old Man Logan. This March 2019, he’s back in Amazing Spider-Man as “Hunted” begins from writer Nick Spencer and artist Humberto Ramos.
The CW‘s “Elseworlds” crossover between Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl is over and throughout the entire event it hinted at an adaptation of a classic DC Comics event, Crisis on Infinite Earths. As Supergirl wrapped up, we now know next year’s Fall 2019 crossover is exactly that.
The event has been hinted at since the first season of The Flash where it was revealed The Flash disappeared during a “crisis.”