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Preview: The Amazing Mary Jane #6

The Amazing Mary Jane #6

(W) Leah Williams (A) Carlos E. Gomez (CA) Paulo Siqueira
Rated T
In Shops: Mar 18, 2020
SRP: $3.99


• After the CAN’T-MISS events of AMAZING MARY JANE #5, your favorite redhead is back home!
• First stop: Spider-Man! But has her relationship with Mysterio changed things with the love of her life?
• Next stop: a press tour! Complete with iconic New York guest-starring gigs, and OH NO WHAT’S THAT?!?

The Amazing Mary Jane #6

Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #9

Marvel Comics Presents #9

(W) Charles Soule, Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler (A) Paulo Siqueira, More (CA) David Yardin
Rated T+
In Shops: Sep 25, 2019
SRP: $4.99


First, Wolverine’s decades-long battle with demon the Truth comes to a bloody and brutal finale! Then, head back into the digital world of the .EXE/men to meet their version of Logan!

Marvel Comics Presents #9

Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #8

Marvel Comics Presents #8

(W) Charles Soule, Ethan Sacks, Emily Lerner (A) Paulo Siqueira, More (CA) Arthur Adams
Rated T+
In Shops: Aug 21, 2019
SRP: $4.99

The journey through Marvel history reaches the current decade as Wolverine’s vigil takes a dark turn! Spider-Woman battles with disinformation on social media! And an all-new story featuring Korea’s own super hero, White Fox!

Marvel Comics Presents #8

Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #7

Marvel Comics Presents #7

(W) Charles Soule, Ryan North, More (A) Paulo Siqueira, Alessandro Vitti, Rod Reis (CA) Arthur Adams
Rated T+
In Shops: Jul 31, 2019
SRP: $4.99

Welcome to the 21st century! A new age dawns for Logan in his mission to stop the demon Truth! Iron Man faces the biggest financial crisis of his lifetime! And a hero reborn for a new millennium, the Winter Soldier returns in brand-new tale by D.C. Pierson (Crap Kingdom, Captain America: The Winter Soldier) and Alessandro Vitti (Secret Warriors)!

Marvel Comics Presents #7

Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #6

Marvel Comics Presents #6

Writer: Ed Brisson, Charles Soule, Tim Seeley
Penciler: Juan Frigeri, Paulo Siqueira, Reilly Brown
Cover Artist: Arthur Adams

Welcome to the 1990s, by far the most embossed, holographic and collectible era of them all! First up, that Adamantium foil hero Wolverine gets a real shock during his Vigil! Then, Deadpool gets into the collectibles market at JUST the wrong time! And finally, a new Marvel U status quo for Danny Ketch who caught fire as the Ghost Rider of the era!

Marvel Comics Presents #6

Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #5

Marvel Comics Presents #5

(W) Charles Soule, Chris Claremont, More (A) Paulo Siqueira, Luke Ross, More (CA) Arthur Adams
Rated T+
In Shops: May 22, 2019
SRP: $4.99

Welcome to the 1980s, Marvel style! First, Wolverine’s Vigil goes into its fifth decade but doesn’t go the way he planned. Then, join Nightcrawler mid-Cross-Time Caper at the fall of the Berlin Wall! Finally, a pivotal Venom tale by fan-favorite creators Leah Williams and Guillermo Sanna!

Marvel Comics Presents #5

Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #4

Marvel Comics Presents #4

(W) Charles Soule, Daniel Kibblesmith, Ben Percy (A) Paulo Siqueira, Pere Perez, Juan Ferreyra (CA) Arthur Adams
Rated T+
In Shops: Apr 24, 2019
SRP: $4.99

Our tour of the history of Marvel reaches the turbulent 1970s! Wolverine’s vigil takes an unexpected turn! Spider-Man has an adventure in the new age of blockbuster cinema! Finally, an all-new tale of Moon Knight, one of the decade’s most exciting creations, helmed by superstar creative team Benjamin Percy & Juan Ferreyra (Green Arrow)!

Marvel Comics Presents #4

Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #3

Marvel Comics Presents #3

(W) Charles Soule, Andrew Aydin, More (A) Paulo Siqueira, Daniel Acuna, More (CA) Arthur Adams
Rated T+
In Shops: Mar 27, 2019
SRP: $4.99

“THE VIGIL” featuring Wolverine continues with part 3 in this ongoing series! Three tales with echoes of the decade that began the Heroic Age-the swingin’ 1960s! First up, Wolverine continues his vigil, bringing him to the worst places on Earth. Then, the co-writer of the award-winning March trilogy, Andrew Aydin, pens a tale of Captain America during the Civil Rights movement. Finally, an all-new story of Marvel’s most famous son of the ’60s — Spider-Man! Brought to you by Tony Award-winner James Monroe Iglehart (Hamilton, Aladdin on Broadway) and Ray-Anthony Height (Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur)!

Marvel Comics Presents #3

Marvel Comics Review: Spider-Geddon: Covert Ops

Spider-Geddon: Covert Ops combines two Spider-Geddon mini-series in one trade paperback. You get Spider-Force #1-3 and Spider-Girls #1-3 by Priest, Paulo Siqueira, Marcelo Ferreira, Szymon Kudranski, Ibraim Roberson, Oren Junio, Craig Yeung, Roberto Poggi, Guru-eFX, Joe Sabino, Jody Houser Andrés Genolet, Tríona Farrell, Jim Charalampidis, Cris Peter, Jim Campbell, and Joe Caramagna.

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Review: Marvel Comics Presents #2

Marvel Comics Presents #2

Three fantastic fables in one mighty magazine! First, a tale of Logan in the fabulous fifties! Then, a new swinging story of the jungle’s cursed crusader, Gorilla-Man! Finally, Reed Richards and Victor Von Doom enter the space race as Sputnik takes orbit!

I don’t have a long history with Marvel Comics Presents, although I have read stories reprinted from the original series, I’ve never read one of the original issues. The first one I had picked up was the first issue of the 2019 series, and I was immediately taken with the format. Probably because I’m a big Wolverine fan.

Thus far, each comic features two standalone stories, with the series being linked by a multi-part story featuring Wolverine (though even that can be read starting here is you missed MCP#1). It’s a format that immediately brings me back to a time when I didn’t care about continuity as much as I did a good story (now I’m a little more concerned with continuity whilst also wanting a good story). This issue has three stories that decline gradually in quality from the first to the final, though I’d happily read the issue for two of the three, so one average tale in an anthology style comic isn’t bad (especially when it takes up the least amount of page space).

Charles Soule‘s Wolverine tale kicks us off, and was the highlight for me. It follows on from the previous issue, though one can read this without having read the first part. The story is set in the fifties, and finds Logan teaming up with a young mystic to combat an unkillable demon named The Truth from corrupting the world; one can argue the allegories and symbolism in this till the day is long, but even on face value this is still a very entertaining tale.

Mark Waid‘s revisionist take on the Fantastic Four before their powers is interesting, and a neat twist on Marvel’s First Family focused more on Reed and Ben’s relationship against a Cold War setting. It’s an interesting What If? style story that I’d love to get more of in the future.

Lastly, we have the Gorilla-Man feature by David and Maria Lapham. It isn’t bad by any means, but certainly isn’t the highlight of the issue. In fairness, this may be more down to my lack of knowledge of – and desire to read about – Gorilla Man than any indication of the ability of the writers. It wasn’t my cup of tea, and I found it a touch jumbled as it seemed to bounce the story between present and flashback. Still, this is far from unreadable, and suffers more because of the stories it’s paired with than anything else.

All in all, Marvel Comics Presents #2 is a win. Easily one of the more fun comics for Marvel right now., unencumbered by continuity and story constraints as it is.

Wolverine: The Vigil
Story: Charles Soule Penciler: Paulo Siqueira
Colour Artist: Frank D’Armata Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna
Story: 8.6 Art: 8.9 Overall: 8.7

Liftoff featuring Mister Fantastic
Story: Mark Waid Artist Djibril Morissette-Phan
Colour Artist: Dan Brown Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna

Story: 7.5 Art: 8.1 Overall: 7.8
This Man, This Gorilla featuring Gorilla-Man
Story: David & Maria Lapham Artist: David Lapham Colour Artist: Lee Loughridge Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna

Story: 6.3 Art: 7.2 Overall: 6.7

Marvel Comics Presents #2 Recommendation: Buy

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