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Marvel's Gamerverse Continues in January with Spider-Man: Black Cat Strikes

Marvel’s Gamerverse Continues in January with Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes

At the This Week in Marvel panel at New York Comic Con, Marvel announced the next mini-series taking place in Marvel’s Gamerverse, the comic book world based on the video game Marvel’s Spider-Man, which is itself based on Spider-Man comics. Think of it like a giant snake swallowing its own tail, which is pretty much […]

Velocity: Marvel's Video Game Spider-Man Gets a New Comic in August

Marvel Expands the “Gamerverse” With Another Spider-Man Series

In all the hubbub following the announcement that Jonathan Hickman was planning to cancel and relaunch the entire X-Men line, Marvel also announced a new series starring Marvel’s Spider-Man. No, not Marvel Comics’ Spider-Man. This is the video game version. Following up on Marvel’s Spider-Man: City at War in August, Marvel will launch another comic […]

Dark Visions: A New Darth Vader Mini from Marvel in the Shadow of Chuck Wendig

Following the firing of writer Chuck Wendig and subsequent cancellation of his planned Darth Vader series, Shadow of Vader, Marvel has announced a brand new five-issue Darth Vader miniseries called Darth Vader: Dark Visions. Set to hit stores in March, the book will be written by Dennis Hopeless with art on issue 1 by Paolo […]



First Look at NXT Takeover: Proving Ground by Dennis Hopeless and Kendall Goode

BOOM! Studios has released a first look preview of the upcoming WWE: NXT Takeover – Proving Ground #1, the second in a series of one-shots replacing BOOM!’s WWE comic in September as part of the “get people to buy four comics instead of one” marketing initiative. Written by Dennis Hopeless with art by Kendall Goode, […]

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Missouri Swagger: Cullen Bunn and Dennis Hopeless Launch YouTube Channel

Superstar comic book writer Cullen Bunn and that guy who killed all the teen characters that time Dennis Hopeless have embarked on a bold new project: a YouTube show. Proving their marketing savvy is as finely honed as their filmmaking skills, the dynamic duo launched the show just as the San Diego Comic-Con news cycle was […]


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All-Star Cast and All-Star Creators Set for September’s Domino Annual #1

Domino’s new series may have just started, but due to popular demand (according to a Marvel press release), Marvel is giving fans even more with an Annual this September. And they’re pulling out all the stops. Gail Simone, Fabian Nicieza, Dennis Hopeless, and Leah Williams are all writing for the series, along with artists Victor […]

Check in on Regular Show 25 Years Later: BOOM! Studios June 2018 Solicits

New miniseries, By Night from writer John Allison and artist Christine Larsen, begins, you can hate Mondays once more with Garfield Homecoming, and see how things turn out with Regular Show: 25 Years Later. All of this plus Adventure Time, Power Rangers, Planet of the Apes, WWE, and plenty of others are revealed in the Boom! Studios June 2018 solicits. Details below.   APR181089 BY NIGHT #1 […]

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The Beginning of the End for Adventure Time: Boom! Studios May 2018 Solicits

Lumberjanes reaches a landmark 50th issue! Return to Fraggle Rock with Jared Cullum. It’s the Beginning of the End for Adventure Time. Kong: Skull Island gets a 2018 Special. Also, color your own Dark Crystal! These are provided by Boom! Studios this May. Details below.   CODA #1 Publisher: BOOM! Studios Retail Price: $3.99 Writer: Simon Spurrier Artist: Matías Bergara Wraparound Main Cover A: Matías Bergara Intermix […]

Jean Grey #11

X-Men: Bland Design – All Good Things Must Come to an End in Jean Grey #11

Welcome to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly column that answers the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” This week there are five X-Books on the stands, which will cost you a total of $21 to buy and, thanks to modern decompression techniques, take roughly ten […]

Color Your Own Damn Dirty Apes: BOOM! Studios April 2018 Solicits

Brian Wood and Jorge Coelho bring your Robocop: Citizens Arrest #1, Nicole Andelfinger, Esdras Cristobal, Sarah Webb, Brittney Williams, and Ilaria Catalani bring you the R is for Reptar special, WWE brings you a Wrestlemania 2018 special, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers Annual 2018 comes at you, and you can finally color your own Planet of the Apes. All this is brought to you by BOOM! Studios April solicits. Details below. ROBOCOP: CITIZENS ARREST […]

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WWE #12 Review: What Makes The Shield, The Shield?

While I do love watching the WWE, reading comics based on the characters in the WWE Universe was not something I’d done up until now. It makes sense to have these, since WWE Superstars are like real-life superheroes. They do amazing stunts, and they do take a beating here and there. Their exploits absolutely deserved […]



Jean Grey #7 Review: Old Jean Grey’s Ghost Is A Buzzkill

Jean Grey is suffering from a haunting by, well, Jean Grey. Her older self has come back to pester young Jean until she finds a solution for the Phoenix issue. On the brink of losing her mind, Jean is found by Wanda Maximoff, AKA the Scarlet Witch of the Avengers. Wanda thinks some fun to […]

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Doctor Strange #24 Review: A Thrilling Sorcerer Showdown

So, we’ve finally reached the end of the Secret Empire tie-in to the Doctor Strange comic. Strange, Spider Woman, Kingpin, and Ben Urich have reached their climactic showdown with Baron Mordo. Spider Woman is in a ghost plane, Fisk has been possessed by a shadow demon, and Urich is in a divine white suit of armor. […]

Jean Grey #5 Review: A Just-OK Story Hindered By Low Stakes

Continuing her quest to master her telekinetic abilities, Jean Grey seeks out the tutelage of Psylocke, one of the X-Men’s most skilled TK warriors. However, they run into trouble in learning what is the best way Jean learns. They try meditation, chaos, and conflict, with the last being the most effective. Psylocke decides having Jean […]

Doctor Strange #23 Review: It Can’t Take Itself Seriously, So Why Should I?

*Ties into the Secret Empire crossover Alright, after a weekend of writing San Diego Comic-Con news articles, we’re back to writing comic reviews. Everybody cheer! Now stop cheering, because we’re about to tear into a comic series I previously liked by a writer whose work I generally enjoy. For those who haven’t been keeping up […]