Marvel is getting ready to roll out its stars and garters for its All-American USAvengers comic, and one major way it's been doing it is by putting out a ridiculous amount of variant covers for issue one — one for each US state, and then some. With them all now revealed, we broke down the state/hero match-ups that work... and the ones that don't.
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Marvel's Champions are back, with a brand-new series from writer Mark Waid and artist Humberto Ramos. It's a challenging position for Waid, who has to forge a new path for his young heroes while also acknowledging their past — not to mention the paths taken by other well-known Marvel characters. We spoke to him about what's next.
While the world is raving about the new Captain America: Civil War trailer, on my shelf it's still The Age of Ultron.
Tony Stark is kinda broke. New Captain America Sam Wilson and old Captain America Steve Rogers aren't talking. Odin's firstborn isn't worthy to wield Mjolnir anymore. Marvel's still going to have an Avengers team, of course, but it's going to take some doing to have them assemble effectively.
These pics, by artist Gustavo Viselner, are homages to classic films. And they're good ones at that. But to me, they're teases of great games that could have been, but never were.
While some of us aren't too keen on seeing comic book legend Stan Lee's name in front of things, there's something about the idea of a Stan Lee Cameo School that just makes sense.
This week's big comic-book movie news was the deal that lets Marvel use Spider-Man in their upcoming big-budget superhero movies. So here's a well-done mash-up that re-imagines the Avengers' chaotic Manhattan battle sequence with a little extra wall-crawler in the mix.