Guardians of the Galaxy, Thanos, and Nova – among others – get together for this year’s big Marvel blowout? Sign me up. Looking forward to see which of the other cosmic characters will be involved. It begins in Nova #1, it will be developed in the new Guardians Of The Galaxy and Thanos Uprising series, it will follow Age Of Ultron and it will be all encompassingly cosmic, on an Avengers Vs X-Men scale. Probably the current Iron Man comic will be getting deeply involved.
Feels like a bit of a late start in the year, as these things go. will it run into next year to coincide with the Guardians of the Galaxy film, or will it (more likely, I think) lead to more Marvel cosmic in 2014…?
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today – Batmobile Sold, Robocop
Director John Krokidas is at Sundance to premiere his Daniel Radcliffe-starring Alan Ginsberg biopic Kill Your Darlings. Rather improbably, this screening seems to have provided a venue for the blowing of a significant Amazing Spider-Man sequel secret.
This is an EM-208, one of the humanoid drones despatched alongside ED-209s. In this new retelling, the EM-208s are the beginnings of what becomes the Robocop project.
The 60s model of the Batmobile has gone under the hammer for the first time since it was created.
Most-Read Comic Stories Today – Guardians of the Galaxy, Your Ex
When any long term romantic relationship breaks down, splitting up your possessions can be just as hard as splitting up your lives.
It begins in Nova #1, it will be developed in the new Guardians Of The Galaxy and Thanos Uprising series, it will follow Age Of Ultron and it will be all encompassingly cosmic, on an Avengers Vs X-Men scale. Probably the current Iron Man comic will be getting deeply involved.
Did Amazing Spider-Man #700 open the door for more price hikes in 2013?
Most-Discussed In The Forum Today – DC Comics, Age of Apocalypse
So, you know. DC Comics and stuff. Here’s what I’ve been hearing.
And you can guarantee that everyone at DC will see them…
Two multidimensional comics are meeting their end in April, as part of the X-Termination crossover, David Lapham and Roberto De La Torre’s Age Of Apocalypse with issue 14 and Greg Pak and Andre Aeujo’s X-Treme X-Men with issue 13.