The current Namor-starring comic book series from Marvel, Invaders, may be coming to an end, but don’t expect writer and Sex Criminals co-creator Chip Zdarsky to be done with the Sub Mariner. I am told that after his announced once-or-twice Fantastic Four/X-Men mini-series with Terry Dodson, to look to Chip to write a Namor X-Men-related book, part […]
Invaders #11 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, the penultimate issue of this series by Chip Zdarsky, Carlos Magno, Butch Guice, Alex Guimaraes, and Travis Lanham. We’ve got a preview, finally answering the question: what if Namor and Captain America spent an entire issue hanging out topless on a beach? Sure enough, Cap […]
FoxNet Games announced five new characters on the way to Marvel Strike Force, as we’re getting the complete Fantastic Four and Namor. You can read the full details and see the trailer here, but essentially they’re coming in with a bang and in time for an 8th Anniversary event. Best of luck to all of […]
A lot of things could be said about Captain America. For one, there was that whole Secret Empire, secret Nazi thing, though, honestly, the best said about that the better. But before Cap was revealed to be a Nazi himself — something that should have surprised no one considering his fascist behavior in Avengers vs. […]
Marvel has revealed the list of classic comic books joining their binge-reading Marvel Unlimited service in June, including issues of Wolverine, Daredevil, Sub-Mariner, and Mutant Misadventures of Cloak and Dagger. First up, Wolverine #170-176, a set of issues from Wolverine’s first solo ongoing by writer Frank Tieri, artist Sean Chen, and others. Next, a full […]
A lot of things can be said about Namor. He’s kind of a dick. He looks good in a speedo. But most importantly, he’s always known exactly what to do with Nazis, as we see illustrated in the flashback in this preview of Invaders #5. No talking. No debate. No playing dress-up. Just a good […]
Namor the Submariner is known for being a curmudgeon of the seas, always scowling and shouting “imperius rex” and trying to start wars with the surface world and whatnot. But underneath his gruff, chiseled exterior, is Namor just a big softy on the inside? This preview of next week’s Invaders #4 shows another side of […]
Namor is all kinds of messing up in next week's Invaders debut. Why? Because he's been out of the water too long. Fish people suck!
Marvel Comics Presents returns next week with stories set in the Golden Age of comics, and you know what that means... a Nazi-punching extravaganza!
We already know that Namor the Submariner is an fervent environmentalist, but the King of Atlantis’s affinity for liberal politics knows no bounds. In next week’s The Best Defense: Namor, Namor endures an argument with his xenophobic advisors over his plans to allow exiled ethnic group the Vodani into Atlantis… But regardless of their objections, […]
The King of Atlantis was none too pleased to find a factory dumping sludge into the local ecosystem in this silent story from 1989.
It takes guts for a 79-year-old character to rock fishnet, but nobody ever accused Namor the Submariner of lacking fashion courage. The King of Atlantis makes an appearance in a preview of Avengers #9, breaking up the latest squabble in the long-running family drama of Stingray and Tiger Shark, and, well… Perhaps Namor has gotten […]
Atlantis is under attack by Cassandra Nova. She has sent Kid Abomination to destroy the city until he drowns. Jean Grey, Storm, Gentle, and Namor are on the scene to respond. Above the Atlantic, Trinary, Wolverine, Gabby, Nightcrawler, and Gambit are in the process of stealing the phone of the deceased British ambassador. However, one […]
Marvel has released a second teaser following up on the Hulk teaser released earlier, and now it seems likely these teasers will build up to an announcement of a Defenders comic revival. Hulk and Namor were both members of the original team of Defenders alongside Doctor Strange, as they first appeared in 1971’s Marvel Features […]
Cassandra Nova has recruited an unwilling Forge to her cause, and we see the youth of Gentle and why his powers hurt. Jean Grey tries to help him, and we also see the construction of Jean’s undersea Cerebro unit (Searebro). The X-Men need to find the dead ambassador’s cell phone so that Trinary can prove […]
A law is signed into effect in Poland allowing the government to apprehend any and all mutants within their borders. Around the world, hatred of mutants is rising once again. Meanwhile, Jean Grey and Trinary work to find a way to safely disarm the Sentinite in the head of David Bushell, the man who killed […]
Jean Grey’s X-Men team returns to Wakanda with the Sentinel controlled by Trinary, but they are immediately attacked by Storm. Jean detects that someone has taken over Storm. If they survive this encounter, they will need to free Storm, discover how she is being controlled, and stop further attacks from falling upon Wakanda. Tom Taylor […]
Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men suffered great indignities, but with a corporate merger on the way, the X-Men can finally get back to doing what they do best: being objectively the best franchise in comics. Each week, armed with the joy, heartbreak, […]
A mutant named Trinary is being held by the Indian government. She contacts Jean Grey and her team, who are hiding out in Wakanda after the death of the UK ambassador. Naturally, the X-Men agree to help Trinary. X-Men Red is holding together. The first issue showed great promise, and, while #2 isn’t quite as gripping […]
A mutant is hunted by bigots and saved by Jean Grey and her new team of X-Men. After this, we are taken back months prior to a baby manifesting a superpowered scream that attracts Wolverine, Honey Badger, and Jean Grey to the scene. After this, Jean Grey decides to do something dramatic: she wants to […]