One of Marvel’s most outrageous breakout characters of the past decade, Cosmic Ghost Rider, will return this March in a brand-new solo series! Cosmic Ghost Rider will be written by Stephanie Phillips in one of her first works for Marvel Comics along with the upcoming Rogue & Gambit series and drawn by superstar artist Juann Cabal!
In a far-flung corner of deep space, Frank Castle has eked out a quiet existence, and his days as Cosmic Ghost Rider are finally behind him. But across the universe, a vicious bounty hunter is leaving a trail of bodies in his wake and his name is…Cosmic Ghost Rider?! When Frank’s peaceful existence is shattered, he must suit up once more and face his most savage enemy yet – himself!
Be there when Cosmic Ghost Rider unleashes his vengeance across the galaxy once more this March with a cover by Valerio Giangiordano!
BOOM! Studios has revealed the variant cover of Grim #6by Joe Quinones. Grim #6, from writer Stephanie Phillips, artist Flaviano, colorist Rico Renzi, and letterer Tom Napolitano, continues as an ongoing series with a brand new story arc and brand new adventures with fan-favorite Jessica Harrow and her fellow Reapers.
The Era of Devils & Dust begins here for the GrimReapers! Trapped in Las Vegas—the City of Sin—Jessica, Eddie, and Marcel encounter a fabulous twist on legendary figures of Greek myth, as well as someone with the power to get them out of their phantasmal dilemma… but for a price!
Grim #6 features main cover art by series artist Flaviano, and variant cover art by acclaimed illustrators Justine Florentino and Toni Infante.
(W) Stephanie Phillips (A/CA) Matteo Lolli In Shops: Oct 25, 2022 SRP: $3.99
Y’know, bein’ dead is just like ridin’ a bike. There’s a big white light, and then Prince shows up and offers you a chance to host a house party in the clouds with Marilyn Monroe and Abraham Lincoln. Then suddenly you’re brought back to life in a pit of goopy green snot, and you have to find the person who was rude enough to shoot and kill you. To make things even better…turns out that comin’ back to life could have some serious unintended consequences!
Dark Crisis: Worlds Without a Justice League – Green Arrow #1
(W) Stephanie Phillips, Dennis Culver (A) Nik Virella (A/CA) Clayton Henry In Shops: Oct 11, 2022 SRP: $4.99
When Pariah and his forces of the Great Darkness laid waste to the most powerful superheroes of all time, all hope was lost…until now. To power his weapons of war, Pariah has captured each member of the Justice League and trapped them on worlds suited to their every dream and desire…while the planets themselves slowly eat away at their respective inhabitants. When the Justice League went toe-to-toe with Pariah’s Dark Army, Green Arrow was fatally wounded by Doomsday…so how did he wake up on a world tailored to his every desire? And what dark bargain has Black Canary made to will these worlds into existence? Where there’s life there’s hope, and with that hope comes a deeper unraveling of the tapestry of the DCU’s biggest event of 2022!
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 #1, a limited series written by Stephanie Phillips, art by Carlos Gomez, on sale March 2023.
X-23: Deadly Regenesis #1, a 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 #56, by writer and artist Jason Loo, and colored by Antonio Fabela available October 10.
Marvel’s Voices: Nova #20written by Terry Blas, art by Bruno Oliveira, and colored by Cris Peters available October 12.
Love Unlimited: Wolverine #19written 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 #3returns 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 Specialon October 31.
The Quinn is dead! Long live the Quinn! I get killed in this one…for real! Dead. Deceased. Former. Late. Pushing up daisies. Somebody needs to solve my murder, and since I don’t see Sherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot around, I guess that’ll have to be me. Though, since I’m dead…there are certain hurdles to overcome. The Harley-est, wildest arc starts right here…get ready for murder, Multiversal mischief, and more guest appearances, with Stephanie Phillips and new Harley Quinn artist Matteo Lolli!
BOOM! Studios has revealed a look at Grim #5, the next issue of the new ongoing comic book series from acclaimed writer Stephanie Phillips, fan favorite artist Flaviano, colorist Rico Renzi, and letterer Tom Napolitano, with a story about a young woman with a macabre job and a mysterious death to solve . . . her own! Available on September 28, 2022.
The truth behind Jessica Harrow’s mysterious death, and her connection to the Grim Reaper is finally revealed! But how does this connect to her unique abilities, and the ancient force known only as… THE END? The epic first arc of the breakout hit of 2022 concludes here, revealing deathly secrets and what lies ahead for the future of the series!
Grim #5 features main and variant cover art by series artist Flaviano, and variant cover art by acclaimed artists Jenny Frison, FRANY, and Filipe Andrade.