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Review: Incoming #1

Get a look as to what’s coming in 2020 with Incoming #1. Marvel teases what we can expect in the months to come in this end of the year oversized comic.

Story: Various
Art: Various
Color: Various
Letterer: Travis Lanham

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Review: Marvel Future Fight Firsts: White Fox #1

Find out the origin of White Fox from Marvel Future Fight!

Story: Alyssa Wong
Art: Kevin Libranda, Geoffo
Color: Israel Silva
Letterer: Joe Sabino

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Review: Spider-Geddon

Spider-Verse united them and Spider-Geddon threatens to destroy them. The Inheritors have escaped their prison and want their revenge.

Spider-Geddon collects Spider-Geddon #0-5 and Vault of Spiders #1-2 by Christos Gage, Clayton Crain, Jed MacKay, Javier Garron, Israel Silva, Travis Lanham, Dan Slot, Jorge Molina, Carlo Barberi, Todd Nauck, Stefano Caselli, Joey Vazquez, Jay Leisten, Craig Yeung, Roberto Poggi, Jose Marzan, Jr., and David Curiel.

Get your copy in comic shops today and book stores on February 26! 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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Celebrate The New Guardians of the Galaxy Team With Special Covers!

This January, Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw – the creative team that brought you Thanos – will bring a new Guardians of the Galaxy series to readers! And to celebrate the debut of this brand-new team, Marvel is releasing a series of variant covers showcasing past and present Guardians of the Galaxy characters from superstar artists Mike McKone, Ema Lupacchino, Dale Keown, Will Sliney, and more!

Look for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy variant covers on these select titles:

  1. AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #14 by Gerald Parel
  2. AVENGERS #13 by Patrick Zircher with colors by Jason Keith
  3. BLACK PANTHER #8 by Jamal Campbell
  4. DEADPOOL #8 by Jamal Campbell
  5. DOCTOR STRANGE #10 by Will Sliney with colors by Frank D’Armata
  6. FANTASTIC FOUR #6 by Pasqual Ferry
  7. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #1 by Ron Lim with colors by Israel Silva
  8. IMMORTAL HULK #12 by Geoff Shaw
  9. SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST SPIDER #4 by Bobby Rubio
  10. SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #2 by Mike McKone with colors by Jesus Aburtov
  11. UNCANNY X-MEN #8 by David Marquez
  12. X-23 #8 by Dale Keown
  13. X-FORCE #2 by Ema Lupacchino

Don’t miss your chance to collect all Guardians of the Galaxy variants, coming this January to your local comic shop!

Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp: Lost and Found

After an accident, Ant-Man and the Wasp are trapped in the microverse, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Lost and Found is a standalone adventure from Mark Waid, Javier Garron, and Israel Silva that collects all five issues.

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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Exclusive Preview: Infinity Wars: Weapon Hex #1 (of 2)

Infinity Wars: Weapon Hex #1 (of 2)

Story: Ben Acker, Ben Blacker
Art: Gerardo Sandoval
Ink: Victor Nava, Gerardo Sandoval
Color: Israel Silva
Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna
Cover: Humberto Ramos & Edgar Delgado
Variant Covers: Humberto Ramos; Adam Kubert & Morry Hollowell
Assistant Editor: Annalise Bissa
Editor: Jordan D. White
Rated T+
In Shops: Oct 17, 2018
SRP: $3.99

In a dark weapons program breeding subjects specifically for magic use, the 23rd attempt, now called Wanda, was finally able to connect to violent magics – making her one of the deadliest people on the planet!

Review: Thanos Legacy #1

Out this Wednesday is the next chapter in Marvel’s cosmic adventure, Thanos Legacy! Bridging the gap of what was to what will be, the issue picks up after the shocking events of Infinity Wars.

Thanos Legacy #1 features Donny Cates, Brian Level, Jordan Boyd, Clayton Cowles, Gerry Duggan, Cory Smith, Ruth Redmond, Geoff Shaw, Antonio Fabela, Stonehouse, Ron Lim, and Israel Silva.

The issue comes to shelves September 5th. 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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An Astonishing New Look at Marvel’s X-Men Trading Card Variant Covers!

This July, mutants will once again assemble in Astonishing X-Men #1, and Marvel is celebrating the occasion with a series of nearly thirty X-Men Trading Card Variants by legendary artist Jim Lee! After debuting a selection of covers earlier this year, Marvel is proud to release the remaining variant covers of the full collection.

Remastered and recolored from the original trading cards, relive this iconic era of the Children of the Atom with a series of eye-popping covers celebrating your favorite characters. Originally penciled by legendary X-Men artist Jim Lee with inker Scott Williams, colorists such as Jesus Aburtov, Israel Silva & Chris Sotomayor apply modern coloring techniques to these classic masterpieces!

Look for all of these can’t-miss X-MEN TRADING CARD VARIANTS on your favorite Marvel titles, coming exclusively to comic shops throughout the month of July:

  1. ALL-NEW WOLVERINE #22 (Archangel)
  2. AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #30 (Bishop)
  3. AVENGERS #9 (Mystique)
  4. BLACK PANTHER #16 (Storm)
  5. CABLE #3 (Cable)
  6. CAPTAIN AMERICA: STEVE ROGERS #19 (Gambit)
  7. CHAMPIONS #10 (Cyclops)
  8. DAREDEVIL #23 (Domino)
  9. DEADPOOL #33 (Deadpool)
  10. DEFENDERS #3 (Shadow King)
  11. DOCTOR STRANGE #23 (Mr. Sinister)
  12. GENERATION X #4 (Jubilee)
  13. GWENPOOL, THE UNBELIEVABLE #18 (White Queen)
  14. INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #9 (Colossus)
  15. IRON FIST #5 (Sabretooth)
  16. JEAN GREY #4 (Dark Phoenix)
  17. MIGHTY THOR #21 (Sentinel)
  18. MS. MARVEL #20 (Lady Deathstrike)
  19. OLD MAN LOGAN #26 (Professor X)
  20. PETER PARKER: THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #2 (Psylocke)
  21. THE PUNISHER #14 (Forge)
  22. ROYALS #5 (Magneto)
  23. SPIDER-MAN #18 (Shadowcat)
  24. THANOS #9 (Strong Guy)
  25. UNCANNY AVENGERS #25 (Rogue)
  26. VENOM #152 (Polaris)
  27. WEAPON X #5 (Warpath)
  28. X-MEN BLUE #7 (Jean Grey)
  29. X-MEN GOLD #7 (Mojo)

Review: Secret Warriors #1

Captain America has been revealed to be an agent of Hydra – and he’s coming after Inhumans! S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Daisy Johnson, a.k.a. Quake, wants no part of Hydra, so she goes underground, teaming up with Ms. Marvel, Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur, KarnakK and Inferno to set things right – for the Inhumans, but also for the entire country!

Written by Matthew Rosenberg, Secret Warriors #1 delivers the thing that’s been missing from Secret Empire, actual heroes to root for. The comic bounces around time introducing us to the situation and getting new readers caught up. With the issue being so tied into Secret Empire, for those not interested in that event the story might feel a bit bland, but the combination of characters and their interactions so far makes the first issue a treat even for those not enjoying the event it’s tied in to (like myself).

While the story itself isn’t really anything new, a team must free prisoners who can help them, what does feel fresh is who’s doing it. Primarily focused on Quake, Ms. Marvel, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, the group creates a dynamic that mixes adults and kids in a way that something feels new and different. Moon Girl in particular interacting with the adult Daisy/Quake creates a child/adult that’s more reminiscent of a big sister/little sister situation including the humor that can bring. It also helps lighten up what is a heavy situation the rounding up of Inhumans to bring them to camps.

Not everything is perfect. Like the main Secret Empire title the lack of a time frame leaves things a bit too open as you don’t know how much time Hydra has had a chance to build upon their plan and reveal and makes some of the different settings in time a bit more nebulous instead of being clear where they fit in the timeline. That’s a problem for the main story as well and seems like a clear choice is being made to not include time frames like “8 months later.” There’s also an issue with a confrontation in the beginning where SHIELD agents now loyal to Hydra aren’t given enough of a motive for us to feel the heel turn makes sense (again an issue with the main series as well).

The art by Javi Garron is solid and the characters look fantastic, especial Moon Girl in her awesome costume (one of my favorites). We also get a bit of a new look for Hydra with some troops which is interesting in a way as they aren’t the standard green uniform. The colorse by Israel Silva help make the art pop too, enhancing scenes where Daisy uses her powers. There’s something that just clicks here.

The first issue is pretty solid and has me looking forward to this team post Secret Empire. It has some of the vibe of the original series but also a bit more light hearted style to it all, which helps eleviate the seriousnous and dour feeling of the main series. This is a team that feels like it’s going to be fun and gives us heroes we can actually cheer on.

Story: Matthew Rosenberg Art: Javi Garron Color: Israel Silva
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Buy

Review: Deadpool The Duck #1

deadpool_the_duck__1Sometimes I think that Marvel are milking Deadpool for everything he’s worth, plus a little bit more; case in point Deadpool The Duck. I can think of no reason for Marvel to mix Deadpool and Howard the Duck, but as a Howard fan who can take or leave Deadpool, I was curious to see the inevitable train wreck that would result from their combination as it happened.

Upon opening the comic, it seemed even Marvel were unsure as they “haphazardly present” the story to you, the reader. Needless to say, my expectations were pretty low, and I could hear the train starting to derail.

And yet the train never left the tracks.

Deadpool The Duck #1 wasn’t anywhere close to being the train wreck that I expected. The Deadpool bits will feel familiar to anybody who has read anything featuring him in the last year or so (and there’s been a lot of that, so I’m sure you have some familiarity), and the sections featuring Howard were as biting as I hoped they’d be. Artistically, the comic is solid, and here the depiction of Howard is another highlight.

The only issue I have is how long it takes from the initial set up of the joining of Howard and Deadpool to the act itself – we clearly know it’s going to happen, so why take your time doing it?

Story: Stuart Moore Art: Jacopo Camangi Colours: Israel Silva
Story: 7.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 7.5 Recommendation: Read
(But if you’re a fan of either character, buy it. I think this’ll be a solid series once it gets going)

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