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Preview: Bill & Ted’s Most Excellent Adult Coloring Book

Bill & Ted’s Most Excellent Adult Coloring Book

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: N/A
Artists: Bachan, Jerry Gaylord, Penelope Gaylord, Evan Dorkin, Jamal Campbell, Felipe Smith, and more
Cover Artist: Bachan
Price: $16.99

It won’t help you get your history paper done or bring about universal peace, but the Bill & Ted’s Most Excellent Adult Coloring Book is a great way to improve your coloring skills!
Featuring over 90 black-and-white illustrations showcasing Bill, Ted, Rufus, and all of your favorite characters from throughout space and time, Wyld Stallyns fans can bring the Bill & Ted universe to life in their own unique, most non-heinous way.

Marvel Begins to Tease Out Marvel Legacy with New Images

Marvel yesterday promised news today that would “change the comic industry” and so far we’re getting that in the form of covers for their Marvel Legacy initiative which, much like DC Comics’ Rebirth, looks to envigorate the Marvel line by honoring the past while setting up the future as well. It will also return some series to their original numbering.

Marvel Legacy is set to kick off with a 50-page one shot by Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic.

The covers below harken back to classic covers and stories in hopes of reminding individuals why they should make theirs Marvel.

Images released so far are:

  • Incredible Hulk: Mike Deodato
  • America: Benjamin Caldwell
  • X-Men: Blue: David Lopez
  • Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur: Felipe Smith
  • Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows: Khary Randolph
  • Astonishing X-Men: John Cassaday
  • Iceman: Michael Ryan
  • The Invincible Iron Man: Alan Davis
  • Luke Cage: Dave Johnson
  • Old Man Logan: Cameron Stewart
  • Secret Warriors: Dave Johnson

Expect more throughout the day.

 

Preview: Ghost Rider #5

Ghost Rider #5

(W) Felipe Smith (A) Danilo Beyruth (CA) Felipe Smith
Rated T+
In Shops: Mar 29, 2017
SRP: $3.99

FOUR ON THE FLOOR: CONCLUSION!

The gang’s all here: Ghost Rider, Silk, Wolverine, Hulk and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are taking on the big space monster that stole all their powers!

Preview: Ghost Rider #3

Ghost Rider #3

(W) Felipe Smith (A) Danillo Beyruth (CA) Felipe Smith
Rated T+
In Shops: Jan 25, 2017
SRP: $3.99

SIBLING RIVALS!

Newly minted big sister Laura Kinney goes toe-to-toe with Tumblr’s favorite big brother, Robbie Reyes! Plus: Gabe versus Gabby! Hey, uh, is anybody gonna stop the giant purple alien rampaging through southern California?

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Preview: Ghost Rider #2

Ghost Rider #2

(W) Felipe Smith (A) Danillo Beyruth (CA) Felipe Smith
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 28, 2016
SRP: $3.99

MONSTER SQUAD!

The all-new fanfare following the Ghost Rider heats up! Robbie Reyes isn’t exactly a team player, so what’s he supposed to do with Amadeus Cho, a.k.a. the HULK, following him around? And who’s that hot on their heels? None other than the WOLVERINE!

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Review: Ghost Rider #1

ghost_rider_1_coverIt’s hell on wheels as the Spirit of Vengeance makes his roaring return! A mysterious object from space crash-lands in southern California, drawing some of the brightest minds in the Marvel Universe to Ghost Rider’s backyard – including Amadeus Cho, the Totally Awesome Hulk! What mayhem will be unleashed as the High-octane Hothead comes face-to-face with the Jade Genius? And with Robbie still possessed by the ghost of his evil uncle Eli…who’s really in the driver’s seat?

I read a little of the previous volume of Ghost Rider, but for the most part skipped the series. So, while somewhat familiar with the Robbie Reyes version of the character, the whole possessed by the ghost of his evil uncle was something I was up on. After reading this issue, I’m not sure I know anymore than I did before.

Written by Felipe Smith with art by Danillo Beyruth the main story is… interesting. While Ghost Rider’s name is splashed across that cover it feels like a lot of the issues is devoted to, Totally Awesme Hulk!? Yes, the Hulk is peppered throughout the issue as Reyes story is broken up by a build up featuring that character. The problem is, there’s not really any payoff with the Hulk in how Ghost Rider ties in, so the scenes feel like someone produced the comic wrong and mixed up the two series. It’s confusing and an odd choice that takes the focus away from a character who is garnering some interest with a high profile spotlight in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Then there’s a back-up story written by Smith with Tradd Moore on art. This addition is a bit more straight forward in the comic sense with Reyes having someone attempting to steal his car. It’s nothing earth shattering, but it’s entertaining and looks great.

Beyruth’s art is ok for the series and has a generic feal about it all. In fact the Hulk scenes felt like they could be found in that series, so things feel replaceable. Not necessarily a good thing but also not horrible. It evokes a little of Moore’s style that made the previous volume so cool to look at, though it doesn’t copy it.

Moore’s contribution on the other hand is as solid as solid can be as expected. I love Moore’s art and he always adds a kinetic energy that’s just fun to look at.

The choices for this issue are… interesting to say the least. With pages that feel like they’re from an issue of Totally Awesome Hulk and then another character showing up at the end, the issue feels like something you’d find many issues down when sales have dwindled and a crossover is needed to boost sales. I can’t see folks who came to this from the live action version would stick around after this issue. I’m seriously perplexed.

Story: Felipe Smith Art: Danillo Beyruth, Tradd Moore
Story: 4 Art: 6.7 Overall: 4 Recommendation: Pass

Marvel provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: Ghost Rider #1

Ghost Rider #1

(W) Felipe Smith (A) Danillo Beyruth, Tradd Moore (CA) Marco Checchetto
Rated T
In Shops: Nov 30, 2016
SRP: $4.99

ROBBIE REYES IS BACK!

It’s hell on wheels as the Spirit of Vengeance makes his roaring return! A mysterious object from space crash-lands in southern California, drawing some of the brightest minds in the Marvel Universe to Ghost Rider’s backyard – including Amadeus Cho, the Totally Awesome Hulk! What mayhem will be unleashed as the High-octane Hothead comes face-to-face with the Jade Genius? And with Robbie still possessed by the ghost of his evil uncle Eli…who’s really in the driver’s seat? Then, meet the newest speed trap in Ghost Rider’s life as his original creators Felipe Smith and Tradd Moore reunite for a special backup story and the debut of an all-new villain. Strap in and start your engines, True Believer, this one’s gonna be a scorcher!

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Ghost Rider#1 Brings Wheels of Vengeance to Marvel NOW!

Start your engines, True Believers – because this one is a scorcher! That’s right, Robbie Reyes is back and he’s hitting the gas and driving straight for your local comic shops in the all-new Ghost Rider #1! Robbie’s co-creator Felipe Smith is back to pen the ongoing adventures of this high-octane hot head and he’s bringing new series artist Danilo Beyruth along for the ride!

A bizarre and powerful object has been unearthed in Southern California, and the mystery behind it has lead Amadeus Cho, the Totally Awesome Hulk right to Ghost Rider’s backyard! What chaos will be unleashed when this jade giant comes face-to-face with the ultimate speed demon? Plus – this oversized first issue also includes a special back-up tale from Felipe Smith and artist Tradd Moore featuring the debut of Ghost Rider’s newest nemesis! Who is Pyston Nitro, and what is her endgame?

Strap in and buckle up, because the ride is just getting started. Don’t get left in the dust!

GHOST RIDER #1 (SEP160959)
Written by FELIPE SMITH
Art by DANILO BEYRUTH AND TRADD MOORE
Cover by MARCO CHECCHETTO
Variant Covers by FELIPE SMITH (SEP160960), TRADD MOORE (SEP160961), And SKOTTIE YOUNG (SEP160960)
Hip-Hop Variant by FELIPE SMITH (SEP160963)
Action Figure Variant by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER (SEP160964)
TV Photo Variant Also Available (SEP160966)
Blank Variant Available (SEP160965)
FOC – 11/07/16, On-Sale – 11/30/16

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Ghost Rider Races into Marvel NOW! to Bring Vehicular Vengeance

Start your engines, True Believers – this one is going to be a scorcher! You heard right – Robbie Reyes is back! Hell on wheels comes to Marvel NOW! as the Spirit of Vengeance returns to comics in an all-new Ghost Rider #1! Robbie Reyes co-creator Felipe Smith is back to pen the ongoing adventures of this high-octane hot-head, and he’s bringing artist Danilo Beyruth along for the ride!

A bizarre object has been discovered in Southern California and the mystery behind it has lead Amadeus Cho, the Totally Awesome Hulk, to Ghost Rider’s backyard! What chaos will be unleashed when this jade genius comes face-to-face with the ultimate speed demon? And what other guest star is around the corner?

Plus – don’t miss the debut of the newest speed trap in Ghost Rider’s life in a special 10-page bonus feature from original series creators Felipe Smith and Tradd Moore.

Strap in and buckle up, because Robbie Reyes is hitting the gas and speeding headlong into Marvel NOW!. Don’t get left in the dust this November!

GHOST RIDER #1
Written by FELIPE SMITH
Art by DANILO BEYRUTH & TRADD MOORE
Cover by MARCO CHECCHETTO
Coming in November!

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Your New Look at Ta-Nehisi Coates & Brian Stelfreeze’s Black Panther #1

A new era dawns for Wakanda and its ruler, T’Challa! Marvel is proud to offer your new look at Black Panther #1 written by national correspondent for The Atlantic, MacArthur Genius, and National Book Award winner Ta-Nehisi Coates and illustrated by living legend Brian Stelfreeze, Black Panther “A Nation Under Our Feet” is a story about dramatic upheaval in Wakanda and the Black Panther’s struggle to do right by his people as their ruler.

The indomitable will of Wakanda — the famed African nation known for its vast wealth, advanced technology and warrior traditions — has long been reflected in the will of its monarchs, the Black Panthers. But now, the current Black Panther, T’Challa, finds that will tested by a superhuman terrorist group called The People that have sparked a violent uprising among the citizens of Wakanda. T’Challa knows the country must change to survive — the question is: will the Black Panther survive the change?

Is this a bold new age for one of Marvel’s most classic heroes or his untimely downfall?

BLACK PANTHER #1 (FEB160736)
Written by TA-NEHISI COATES
Art and Cover by BRIAN STELFREEZE
BLACK PANTHER #1 ALEX ROSS VARIANT (FEB160737)
BLACK PANTHER #1 BLANK COVER VARIANT (FEB160746)
BLACK PANTHER #1 COIPEL VARIANT (FEB160738)
BLACK PANTHER #1 DISNEY INFINITY GAME VARIANT (FEB160745)
BLACK PANTHER #1 FELIPE SMITH BLACK PANTHER 50TH ANNIVERSARY VARIANT (FEB160742)
BLACK PANTHER #1 GREENE CONNECTING VARIANT A (FEB160740)
BLACK PANTHER #1 SOOK VARIANT (FEB160743)
BLACK PANTHER #1 STELFREEZE DESIGN VARIANT (FEB160741)
BLACK PANTHER #1 STELFREEZE HIP-HOP VARIANT (FEB160739)
FOC – 3/14/16, On-Sale – 4/06/16

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