26th Jul2017

Gillen and Larocca to take the reigns of ‘Star Wars’ at Marvel

by Phil Wheat

Today, Marvel have announced that writer Kieron Gillen will continue to bring his brand of storytelling to a galaxy far, far away along with artist Salvador Larocca, when Gillen takes over as the writer for Marvel’s ongoing Star Wars title this Autumn, beginning with Star Wars #38. The Darth Vader creative team will take over […]

21st Jul2017

SDCC ’17: Marvel & comiXology team for ‘Immortal Iron Fists’

by Phil Wheat

During yesterday’s Next Big Thing Panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Entertainment unveiled that it is joining forces with comiXology, for a line of exclusive digital comics. Available free to comiXology Unlimited subscribers and only available through comiXology and Kindle these comics will be part of the comiXology Originals line of exclusive digital content. Marvel […]

19th Jul2017

First look at ‘Deadpool v. Old Man Logan #1′

by Phil Wheat

This fall, katanas and claws will clash when two of Marvel’s deadliest heroes come together, in a clash you can only imagine! Superstar writer Declan Shalvey (Deadpool, Moon Knight) and fan-favorite artist Mike Henderson (Secret Wars: Battleworld) team up to bring you a regenerative, cranky old X-Man and a regenerative, wacky Merc with the Mouth…in […]

28th Jun2017

‘Sam Wilson: Captain America #23′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Nick Spencer | Art by Joe Bennett | Published by Marvel Comics Since Secret Empire has kicked off this series has worked as a type of therapy for the character of Sam Wilson. It is a place where he can work through his frustration and express his feelings over the insanity that has […]

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27th Jun2017

‘Deadpool #32′ & ‘Generation X #3′ Review

by Dan Clark

Deadpool #32 Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Matteo Lolli | Published by Marvel Comics Who would have thought the character that would benefit the most from Secret Empire would be the merc with a mouth Deadpool? After the last issue, Gerry Duggan showed that Wade Wilson was more than random reference humor and […]

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26th Jun2017

‘All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #3′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Frazer Irving | Published by Marvel Comics After two issues of stirring adventure issue number three of All-New Guardians of the Galaxy goes in an entirely different direction. It is the type of issue that will catch many of guard with the drastic change in tone and story. […]

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26th Jun2017

‘X-Men Gold #5′ & ‘X-Men Blue #5′ Review

by Dan Clark

X-Men Gold #5 Written by Marc Guggenheim | Art by R. B. Silva | Published by Marvel Comics If you want an X-Men book to feel like an X-Men book having them fight Sentinels is a good place to start. This series has been checking those boxes of what X-Men fans like to see in […]

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26th Jun2017

‘Doctor Strange #20′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Jason Aaron | Art by Chris Bachalo, Kevin Nowlan | Published by Marvel Comics Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo’s run on Doctor Strange is finally coming to an end. Oddly since issue twenty-one has already been released we have an idea of what the future holds for the character. Currently, in retrospective, it is safe […]

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26th Jun2017

‘Secret Empire #4′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Nick Spencer | Art by Leinil Francis Yu, Rod Reis | Published by Marvel Comics Nick Spencer continues Marvel’s big summer event with Secret Empire #4. This issue is short on shocking reveals but allows for some key character moments this series has sorely been lacking. We learn some of the mysterious motivations behind […]

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23rd Jun2017

‘The Defenders #1′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Brian Michael Bendis | Art by David Marquez | Published by Marvel Comics Marvel can seemingly never get their timing right when it comes to the Netflix series obvious tie-ins. Recently both the Luke Cage and Jessica Jones solo series came out long after their Netflix shows debuted, and now Defenders is being […]

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23rd Jun2017

‘Star Wars: Darth Vader #1′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Charles Soule | Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli | Published by Marvel Comics When the previous Darth Vader series ended it was somewhat of a surprise. Story wise it made sense however it is not common for Marvel to stop a series that is so finically successful. Of course, it was only a matter of time […]

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13th Jun2017

‘Generation X #2′ & ‘Old Man Logan #24′ Review

by Dan Clark

Generation X #2 Written by Christina Strain | Art by Amilcar Pinna | Published by Marvel Comics When looking at recent relaunch of all the X-Men titles there is no question what the weakest link is so far and that is Generation X. So far it is a series that is severely lacking its own […]

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13th Jun2017

‘Secret Empire #3′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Nick Spencer | Art by Andrea Sorrentino, Rod Reis | Published by Marvel Comics When Secret Empire #0 debuted I was amazed by how much was packed into the first issue. Typically zero issues are nothing more than recaps, but Secret Empire did not follow that trend and moved at a break neck spread with a […]

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13th Jun2017

‘Moon Knight #14′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Jeff Lemire | Art by Greg Smallwood | Published by Marvel Comics Official Synopsis: WHAT A LONG, STRANGE TRIP IT’S BEEN…Marc’s past, present and future collide! An epic throwdown between MARC SPECTOR and KHONSHU! Who will survive, and what will be left of them? Looking at Marvel for the last few years its […]

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12th Jun2017

‘Hulk #6′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Mariko Tamaki | Art by Nico Leon | Published by Marvel Comics I give writer Mariko Tamaki a lot of credit because it could not have been easy to pitch a Hulk story that did not have Hulk into it until the sixth issue. I cannot think of another situation quite like this […]

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12th Jun2017

‘Deadpool #31′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Matteo Lolli | Published by Marvel Comics Way back when Steve Rogers was killed at the end of Civil War (Spoiler!) Marvel used that moment to showcase just how important of a character he was to the universe. They took the time to show just how many characters […]

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12th Jun2017

‘Sam Wilson: Capt. America #22′ & ‘Dr. Strange #21′ Review

by Dan Clark

Sam Wilson: Captain America #22 Written by Nick Spencer | Art by Sean Izaakse | Published by Marvel Comics When reading Captain America: Sam Wilson #22 I realized what has been missing in the grander Secret Empire storyline so far. In this issue we see Sam Wilson is the heart and soul of this story. […]

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12th Jun2017

‘Cable #1′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by James Robinson | Art by Carlos Pacheco | Published by Marvel Comics So when is an introduction not actually needed? When it comes to launching a solo comic book series it’s actually an important question to answer. Do you need to spend time getting the reader familiar with the character or can you […]

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01st Jun2017

‘Venom #150′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Mike Costa, David Michelinie, Robbie Thompson | Art by Ron Lim, Tradd Moore, Gerardo Sandoval | Published by Marvel Comics Synopsis: Bonded together again, Eddie and the symbiote are web-slinging their way across New York City. But, is their relationship as harmonious as it once was? Or is their bond more sinister than ever? But […]

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01st Jun2017

‘Jean Grey #2′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Dennis Hopeless | Art by Victor Ibanez | Published by Marvel Comics Synopsis: TELEPATHS UNITE! The Phoenix is coming! And determined not to become its next victim, JEAN GREY will enlist the help of its previous hosts…but will RACHEL GREY, QUENTIN QUIRE and HOPE SUMMERS have the answers she’s searching for? Two issues […]

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31st May2017

‘Steve Rogers: Captain America #17′ & ‘Secret Warriors #2′ Review(s)

by Dan Clark

Steve Rogers: Captain America #17 Written by Nick Spencer | Art by Andres Guinaldo | Published by Marvel Comics There has been a lot of things said regarding the current state of Marvel and one of the biggest issues that needs to be addressed is the inconsistency of art in some of their biggest books. […]

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31st May2017

‘Infamous Iron Man #8′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Brian Michael Bendis | Art by Alex Maleev | Published by Marvel Comics They say you never know what you have until it gone. Well, as someone who did not care much about The Fantastic Four, I do have to say I miss them a great deal. The Marvel universe just does not […]

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