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Marvel’s Voices Expands Into Comics with Marvel’s Voices #1

Following last year’s debut of Marvel’s bi-weekly podcast interview series, Marvel’s Voices, Marvel expands the spotlight on some of the comic book industry’s most critically-acclaimed storytellers with Marvel’s Voices #1, written and drawn by an all-star roster of talent including Vita Ayala, Roxane Gay, Brian Stelfreeze, Method Man, and many more!

In this gripping one-shot anthology, fans will get another look at the X-Men following the events of House of X and Powers of X; the return of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur; and other stories featuring the Hulk and Wolverine, Black Panther, Killmonger, She-Hulk, Black Widow, Ant-Man, and the rest of the Marvel Universe.

Since the podcast’s launch, Marvel’s Voices has featured guests and talent from across Marvel’s comics, live-action television shows, animation, games, and celebrity fans of Marvel from entertainment and beyond. The series garnered a loyal following for its in-depth exclusive interviews by host Angélique Roché, highlighting unforgettable stories and key moments from the Marvel Universe through a wide range of unique perspectives. Marvel’s Voices will launch its new season in February 2020.

Don’t miss Marvel’s Voices #1, in stores this February!

MARVEL’S VOICES #1

MARVEL’S VOICES #1

Written by VITA AYALA, ROXANE GAY, BRIAN STELFREEZE, GEOFF THORNE, ANTHONY PIPER, KYLE BAKER, EVAN NARCISSE, METHOD MAN, ROB MARKMAN, CHUCK BROWN, and DAVID F. WALKER
Art by BRIAN STELFREEZE, ANTHONY PIPER, KYLE BAKER, SANFORD GREENE, DAMION SCOTT, RAY-ANTHONY HEIGHT, ALITHA E. MARTINEZ, NATACHA BUSTOS, and LUCIANO VECCHIO
Cover art by RYAN BENJAMIN

THE WORLD OUTSIDE YOUR WINDOW!

Marvel’s acclaimed podcast series focusing on telling the stories of diverse creators and their unique perspectives becomes a one shot of brand-new adventures! The X-Men find their place in the world after declaring a new nation! Killmonger strikes! Moon Girl and Devil Dino return!

Preview: Domino #10

Domino #10

(W) Gail Simone (A) David Baldeon, Alberto Alburquerque, Anthony Piper, Michael Shelfer (CA) Gang Hyuk Lim
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Jan 09, 2019
SRP: $3.99

GOOD LUCK WITH THAT!
• You saw her on the silver screen, now Domino’s live and direct from the Mojoverse!
• Can you guess which special guest is along for the ride?
• The answer’s a real long shot…

Review: Domino Vol. 1 Killer Instinct

Domino takes center stage in an ongoing series written by Gail Simone with art by David Baleon, Michael Shelfer, and Anthony Piper, color by Jesus Aburtov, and lettering by VC’s Clayton Cowles. The trade collects the first six issues of the series.

Get your copy in comic shops today and book stores on November 20. To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Review: X-Men: Domino

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. This week we’ve got Domino!

X-Men: Domino collects Domino (1997) #1-3, Domino (2003) #1-4, X-Force: Sex and Violence #1-3, material from X-Force & Cable Annual ’95, A+X #10, and Uncanny X-Men Annual (2016) #1 by Ben Raab, Joe Pruett, Brian Stelfreeze, Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost, Todd Dezago, Adam Warren, Anthony Piper, David Perrin, Gabrielle Dell’Otto, and Daerick Gross.

Get your copy in comic shops and in book stores today. To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon/Kindle/comiXology or TFAW

 

 

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Preview: Secret Empire: Brave New World #5 (of 5)

SECRET EMPIRE: BRAVE NEW WORLD #5 (of 5)

Paul Allor & Anthony Piper (W)
Brian Level & Anthony Piper (A)
Cover by PAULO SIQUEIRA

SECRET EMPIRE TIE-IN!

  • With the Darkforce dome blocking all sunlight, Manhattan has a vampire problem. But the vampires are about to have a BLADE problem!
  • As soldiers of fortune go, DOMINO’s services aren’t cheap…but when her target’s this personal, you bet this bullet’s on the house.
  • And deep beneath the sea, the INVADERS’ struggle reaches its climax!
  • Starring BLADE, DOMINO and the INVADERS!

32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99

Preview: Jean Grey #5

Jean Grey #5

(W) Dennis Hopeless (A) Anthony Piper (CA) David Yardin
In Shops: Aug 09, 2017
SRP: $3.99
Rated T+

• After an adventure with the legendary God of Thunder himself, JEAN GREY realizes that fighting the Phoenix will take more than just mettle…it will take METAL.
• Luckily, there’s an X-Man who knows something about turning resolve into ordnance…
• Enter: PSYLOCKE!

Review: Trill League #0

The influence of Aaron McGruder’s Boondocks, is more widespread than most would readily admit. As it was first a comic strip that ran nationally, that bought attention to many of the world’s social ills. What usually gets lost in these comic strips, are his comedic stylings, which makes them not only relevant but refreshing funny.  The fact that McGruder even went after George Lucas, and the way he did it after the much-maligned Star Wars Episode I came out, proves his comedic genius.

Since the comic strip ended as well as the TV show, neither medium until recently in the last year, has come close to what the Boondocks achieved. Not even McGruder’s follow-up, Black Jesus, have come as close to the sun as the brilliance of his original outing. In the last year movies like Get Out and the movie/TV show, Dear White People, as well as the brilliant (H)Afrocentric are the only ones that have captured the essence and spirit of what he was trying to achieve.  Thankfully, I have been wrong, as the smart and funny musings of Anthony Piper has found its way into Trill League.

In the debut issue, we find a character whose origin is very much like Dick Grayson’s Robin, but whose hijinks gets him in serious trouble., and is known as Trill Robin.  A rich benefactor raises him, much like Bruce Wayne, and who goes by the name of Blackmayne. What follows in this issue, is Trill Robin, throws a party for his 11th birthday, but gives away the address to their super-secret headquarters and is ultimately thrown out of something resembling the Justice League, but is called the Trill League. Before the issue’s end, he is replaced by pop star, Chris Brown, who he has to fight in order to make money and feed himself, what follows is a Kill Bill montage, and a hilarious end to a more than entertaining debut.

Overall, a funny debut, that I more than enjoyed, as I had to re-read it three times just to see if I missed anything. The story by Anthony Piper, perfectly blends, pop culture music, and comedy, in a savory gumbo. The art by Piper, is candy for the eyes. Altogether, I find it required reading for anybody who loves music, pop culture and comics, and not in that order.

Story: Anthony Piper Art: Anthony Piper
Story: 10 Art: 10 Overall: 10 Recommendation: Buy

Review: Uncanny X-Men Annual #1

425593-_sx1280_ql80_ttd_Caught in the crossfire between the Uncanny X-Men and the Dark Riders, Young X-Man ELIXIR was a casualty of war. But can a mutant whose power deals in life and death stay gone for long? Elixir is BACK and he’s come to take revenge…on BOTH parties! Plus: Domino stages her own strike against the deadly Terrigen Mists!

Writers Cullen Bunn and Anthony Piper return the X-Men in splendid form in Uncanny X-Men Annual #1. The issue brings in the charismatic ex-villain Magneto as the leader of this misfit group of X-Men. The issue focuses on how the Terrigen Mists have affected the world. But, the bigger news is the issue resurrects the former X-Man Elixer from the grave, with more power than ever before. It goes to that basic theme, showing how with great power, comes great responsibility.

While the focus is clearly on Elixer’s amplified powers and the destruction of the Terrigen Mists it shows so much more. It is obvious how the world has changed without its mutant population. Bunn and Piper bring in the ruins of Genosha to keep the atmosphere grim, as Elixer showcases how much his death has changed him. All of it beautifully illustrated by Piper and Ken Lashley.

Story: Cullen Bunn, Anthony Piper Art: Ken Lashley, Anthony Piper
Story: 8.5 Art: 9.0 Overall: 8.75 Recommendation: Buy

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Invincible Iron Man #2 Takes Riri Williams to the Next Level – Your New Look Inside!

It’s the story that has the whole industry talking – and it’s unfolding right before your eyes! Marvel has released a look inside Invincible Iron Man #2, the next can’t miss chapter from blockbuster creators Brian Michael Bendis and Stefano Caselli! Riri Williams has built her own homemade Iron Man armor, and now she has an A.I. to help her – the downloaded consciousness of Tony Stark himself! With Tony Stark mentoring her (okay, a version of Tony Stark) she can’t lose right? Let’s just say Riri Williams just might change the face of the Marvel Universe forever…if she survives the experience first. Easier said than done! Don’t miss the highly anticipated next issue on December 21st!

The issue features a cover by Caselli, and variants by Anthony Piper, Mike Deodato, and Pascal Campion.

The second printing of the first issue is out December 28th.

invincible_iron_man_2_cover

 

Preview: Uncanny X-Men Annual #1

Uncanny X-Men Annual #1

(W) Cullen Bunn, Anthony Piper (A) Ken Lashley, Anthony Piper (CA) Aco
Rated T
In Shops: Nov 16, 2016
SRP: $4.99

Caught in the crossfire between the Uncanny X-Men and the Dark Riders, Young X-Man ELIXIR was a casualty of war. But can a mutant whose power deals in life and death stay gone for long?

Elixir is BACK and he’s come to take revenge…on BOTH parties!

Plus: Domino stages her own strike against the deadly Terrigen Mists!

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