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Devil Dinosaur’s friendsversary celebration gets interrupted in the Devil Dinosaur Infinity Comic


Writer: Stephen Byrne
Artist: Arianna Florean
Colorist: Pete Pantazis
Editor: Lauren Bisom
4-issue arc launches on Friday, January 27

Devil Dinosaur’s friendsversary celebration with his bestie Moon Girl gets interrupted when Demolisher decides to crash the party. Can Devil save the day and prove he’s more than just a big scary beast, but a hero and a friend to all New Yorkers?

NYCC 2022: Marvel announces new Rogue & Gambit, X-23, and more!

The Women of Marvel returned to New York York Comic Con with an impressive line-up of Marvel talent assembled to discuss what’s next for Marvel’s woman-led titles.

On the panel, writer, editor, and podcast host Angélique Roché was joined by Marvel’s Digital Media Executive Director and co-host of Women of Marvel Podcast Ellie Pyle, Senior Editor Lauren Bisom, Women of Marvel podcast co-host Judy Stephens, and writers Eve L. Ewing, Stephanie Phillips, and Erica Schultz

The lively discussion kicked off with the exciting news that the new season of Women of Marvel podcast will return on Thursday, November 3! Audience members were the first to learn the theme of the new season is “The Super Power of Mentorship.”  

Check out some of the panel’s biggest announcements below!

  • The Women of Marvel anthology returns in March 2023 with the Women of Marvel #1 (2023) one-shot. 
  • Rogue & Gambit #1a limited series written by Stephanie Phillips, art by Carlos Gomez, on sale March 2023. 
  • X-23: Deadly Regenesis #1a 5-issue limited series written by Erica Schultz, art by Edgar Salazar, with cover by Kalman Andrasofszky on sale March 2023. 
  • Betsy Braddock: Captain Britain #1 written by Tini Howard, penciled by Vasco Georgiev, cover by Erica D’Urso, and variant covers by Peach Momoko, Otto Schmidt, and D’Urso on sale February 2023.

Marvel Unlimited’s Infinity Comics including: 

  • X-Men Unlimited #56by writer and artist Jason Loo, and colored by Antonio Fabela available October 10.
  • Marvel’s Voices: Nova #20 written by Terry Blas, art by Bruno Oliveira, and colored by Cris Peters available October 12.
  • Love Unlimited: Wolverine #19 written by Sean Kelley McKeever, art by Diógenes Neves, and colored by Andres Mossa available October 13.
  • Avengers Unlimited #15, written by Jim Zub, art by Enid Balam, and colored by Chris Sotomayor available October 11.
  • Marvel Unlimited’s T.E.S.T. Kitchen #3 returns tomorrow with an all-new issue by Michelin Star Chef Paul Eschbach with art by E.J. Su. And just in time for Halloween, Marvel Unlimited will release a T.E.S.T. Kitchen Halloween Special on October 31.   

Ms. Marvel Embiggens to Marvel Unlimited with Bottled Up

A new Ms. Marvel one-shot will has debuted on Marvel Unlimited! In the new Infinity Comic, Ms. Marvel: Bottled Up, Kamala Khan and her friend Nakia visit a local museum to escape the summer heat. However, their day of sight-seeing comes to an end when a jinn trapped in an ancient Mesopotamian exhibit is accidentally released! Can Ms. Marvel contain it before it escapes and wreaks havoc?

The creative team includes writer Samira Ahmed, artist Ramon Bachs, colorist Dee Cunniffe, and edited Lauren Bisom. The Ms. Marvel: Bottled Up is now available on the Marvel Unlimited app in the exclusive Infinity Comic format.

To escape the heat of the city, Kamala Khan and her friend Nakia visit a local museum’s hallowed, air-conditioned halls. Unfortunately, it ends up being less of a refuge as the girls are blocked at every turn by sticky-fingered campers. But when one of the kids accidentally releases a jinn trapped in an ancient Mesopotamian exhibit, it’s up to Ms. Marvel to contain it before it possesses a camper and escape into the streets of New York City to wreak havoc! 

Ms. Marvel: Bottled Up