Marvel Comics has revealed which classic series will be added to or receive updates on its all-you-can-read Marvel Unlimited digital comics service this month. X-Factor #93-100, Power Man and Iron Fist #90-107, and X-Men/Alpha Flight #1-2 will be the classic comics making their debut on Marvel Unlimited in November. X-Factor #93-100 picks up right after […]
Marvel has revealed the newly digitized classic comics that will be joining their Marvel Unlimited binge-reading subscription service in September, and it’s great news for X-Men fans! New additions of classic comics coming in September include New Mutants #62-70 and X-Factor #27-32. In addition, Doom 2099 #24-39 will join Marvel Unlimited in September along with […]
Next week, Marvel Comics will release a facsimile edition of X-Factor #87, 1993’s start to a bold new era of X-Factor following the X-Cutioner’s Song crossover event, by Peter David and Joe Quesada. And while we appreciate the idea of facsimile editions in general, our favorite part is getting a good look at the old […]
The New Mutants find Jamie Madrox within a locked vault underground. They bring him back to the X-Men, where Beast examines Madrox. He admits being a duplicate of “Jamie Madrox Prime,” and Hank informs him that he is deteriorating. Soon after, this Madrox steals Bishop’s time travel device, and things get weirder. Multiple Man #1 […]
Jamie Madrox, the Multiple Man, died during Marvel’s Death of X, a casualty in the war to make Cyclops a villain and make the Inhumans happen. At least, that’s what we all thought, but one man believes that Jamie is still alive, living on a farm with Layla Miller. That man is Peter David, writer […]
Jesse Kelley went to The Hamilton Park Festival flea market in Jersey City. After trolling through various action figures, tea cups, lemonade stands and old VHS copies of Back To the Future, he came across two long boxes of some nineties comics. The kind that, until recently, were rather worthless. And much of them are. But not all. Such as these. Three […]
We have already met new Inhuman Xiaoyi, and her pressure changing abilities. In today’s Inhuman #9 (coming right off the back of last night’s Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. we learn that her power base has some very specific uses. Basically, she squeezes your balls. Is that worthy of The Worthy, as SHIELD calls them? […]
Remember when U2 did that deal with Apple and everyone with iOS suddenly found they had the new U2 album free, permanently on their device, whether they wanted it or not? Especially as, you know, since the device had the album on it, that iTunes decided that you ust like U2 and started offering you […]
Here’s a recommended reading order for today’s Axis-related titles. First All-New X-Factor #15. It happens independently of the other books, exploring a world destroyed by the Red Skull’s hate. And reminding us that President Obama is a fan of Conan The Barbarian comic books. But it happens before the events of the next comics. Then […]
Quicksilver – I’m sorry, Pietro Maximoff – will appear in the new movie, Avengers: Age Of Ultron. Which means that, yes, he will be joining the Avengers in their comic book as well. Which, yes, will coincide with the end of the comic book he is currently appearing in, All-New X-Factor #19, out in January. […]
Currently Quicksilver is a member of the X-Factor team, while his movie counterpart (though never actually named as Quicksilver) appears in X-Men: Days Of Future Past. But, with an actually named Quicksilver character appearing in Marvel’s Avengers: Age Of Ultron, the X-Factor thing won’t be able to stand anymore. And Quicksilver will be plucked for […]
By Jared Cornelius So a few years ago X-Factor scribe Peter David got into a heated internet debate over whether or not a creator should be separated from their work. David had written the story for a high profile Xbox Live release, Shadow Complex from Epic Games. Writing a story for a game is usually […]
Welcome to another week of comic book thinking. The London underground tube strike was called off, and I was able to get into town without any trouble. Aside from the rain, the thunder, the commuters late for their proper jobs and, you know, life. And now I sit at my regular spot on the fifth […]
So, we’re missing a bunch of Marvel books over in the UK this week. So I am a little thought deprived. Still, there’s plenty more to read… From All-New Invaders #1, the Human Torch is recognised by his workmate and friend by his voice, even when he’s a ball of flaming gas. Has comics’ most […]
Christmas and the New Year are behind us, the kids have just gone back to school, I really hope they have a better time there today than in today’s X-Files comic… So I hear there’s been a spot of weather on the East Coast of New York. Both in reality and in the Marvel Universe. […]
Marvel Comics has given CBR a whole bunch of lovely new variant covers. Including some from Skottie Young. Including this for All New X-Factor. I guess this is a lock now? A Douglock?
Much more Marvel coming up today, I expect. Polaris, Quicksilver and Gambit had been announced by Marvel. Bleeding Cool told you about Doug and Warlock. But now we have the final missing member… Most-Read Comic Stories Monday: The Full Line-Up For All-New X-Factor #1 Polaris, Quicksilver and Gambit had been announced by Marvel. Bleeding Cool […]
Courtesy of jmc247 from the CBR forums and a trusty scanner, from the new Marvel Previews catalogue, the variant cover for the All-New X-Factor #1 reveals the full line up.
The new All-New X-Factor comic was announced at New York Comic Con, by Peter David and Carmine Di Giandomenico, with the X-Factor brand being bought from Jamie Madrox by Serval Industries, and employing Polaris, Quicksilver, Gambit – and three more characters. Oh yes, interestingly, Wolverine is called Serval in France. Hmm. Anyway, two of the […]
I expect this is going to be a very, very strange film, bowing only to any sort of convention where it suits Hill's own personal fancy.