Printwatch: Yesterday, Bleeding Cool stated that Marvel Comics was sending Deadpool: Badder Blood #1 by Rob Liefeld to a second print.
Marvel Comics Archives
Marvel Comics was started by pulp publisher Martin Goodman in 1939 with the anthology comic book title Marvel Comics (which was changed to Marvel Mystery Comics with issue #2). During the golden age of comics, the publisher developed a popular core of characters including Captain America, Bucky, Human Torch, Submariner, Miss America, Golden Girl, Red Skull, and many others by creators such as Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Bill Everett, Stan Lee, and others. Goodman used a number of corporate brands for Marvel throughout his tenure, including Timely Publications, Atlas Comics. The company was one of the largest publishers of Pre-Code Horror comic books during the early 1950s. During the years following World War II, like many comic book publishers, the company transitioned to horror, crime, romance, and western titles among others. Marvel titles from this era include Journey into Mystery, Marvel Tales, Strange Tales, Venus, and countless others. But the 1961 debut of The Fantastic Four signalled the start of the Marvel Universe we're familiar with today. Characters and teams such as Hulk, Ant Man, Wasp, Avengers, X-Men and more by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, John Romita, and others became the foundational characters which Marvel has expanded upon since that time. In 1968, a company called Perfect Film and Chemical Corporation acquired Marvel from founder Martin Goodman. Marvel was acquired by film and media company New World Entertainment in 1986. New World sold the publisher to Ronald Perelman in 1989, who took the company public. After riding high on a booming comics market and trading cards and other merchandise through the next few years, but its fortunes quickly turned with a slumping industry and other factors, and Marvel filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in December 1996. Toy Biz, headed by Avi Arad and Isaac Perlmutter, acquired Marvel the next year, ending the bankruptcy. In 2004, Marvel Studios' acquired funding from Merrill Lynch to self-finance its own films, and with the 2008 debut of Iron Man, the company's rise to prominence in both the American and global film industry began. The Walt Disney Company acquired Marvel Entertainment on December 31, 2009, for $4 Billion.
Marvel is going with Predator Vs Wolverine, as the Predators from the Fox movie series enter the Marvel Universe and go up against Logan.
PrintWatch sees DC Pride 2023, Deadpool: Badder Blood #1, Loki #1, and Spider-Man #9 get second printings, W0rldtr33 #1 gets a third,
Amanda Conner has chosen now as the perfect time for to sell some of her original artwork to the Barbie comic book from Marvel.
In recent issues of the X-Men Jean Grey and Scott Summers found themselves at odds, all down to the alien parasitic species, The Brood.
6 Marvel comics have Krakoan and Orchis relevance today, Spider-Man, Bishop, Immortal X-Men, Iron Man, X-Men & Before The Fall: First Strike.
Courtesy of today's Fantastic Four #8 is proof positive that the Marvel Multiverse has a Mandela Effect dimension which you can even visit.
Dan Slott & Mark Bagley's Spider-Man #9, returns to Spider-Man's long-lost sidekick Spider-Boy. Even if he is reluctant to admit such a thing.
The streaming sales platform The Experience has a big Marvel original art sale including all the original artwork from Amazing Spider-Man #26.
In Invincible Iron Man #17, Tony Stark's genius plan to get ahead involves making and using a new suit intent on infiltrating and destroying Stark Industries.
Can Yoda and Anakin's bromance blossom while taking on the Megadroid? See it in Star Wars: Yoda #8, out this Wednesday!
Spider-Man's got issues in Spider-Man #9! His Spider-Sense is on the fritz, and Electro is all ears. Grab some popcorn and watch the mayhem unfold.
Get ready for Groot #2 as our lovable talking tree faces his greatest foe yet: a landscape-devouring chainsaw machine! Devastatingly original!
Normie Osborn suits up for a symbiotic showdown in Red Goblin #5, but can he handle an encounter with bloodthirsty Carnage? Find out!
Eddie Brock returns home in Venom #20 and bares it all (literally) to fight by his son's side. Check out this explosive preview!
In Daredevil #12, Chip Zdarsky forces Matt Murdock even lower, teasing a not-so-wise decision with a sharp edge.
Get ready for Star Wars #35, where Luke's struggles with his lightsaber lead him to a Kyber crystal expert. Can the Force be revived with a little help?
The Fantastic Four experience a farmhouse shakeup as Sue and Alicia spend a day in town. Brace yourself for a "Fantastic" preview of issue #8!
X-Men #23 has the Stark Sentinels ready to crush some mutants. Come on, X-Men, maybe an Apple upgrade is overdue?
Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #13 brings a heated battle as our heroes face their toughest challenge yet! Will they overcome their own demons?
In Immortal X-Men #12, Colossus has a shot at redemption, but who are we kidding? He'll probably just mess it all up. #nevertrustarussian
Marvel tweeted out that Dan Slott will return to the smarter, stronger, and superior wall-crawler in 'Superior Spider-Man'.
Got Endor's Empire blues? Marvel brings you Star Wars: Return of the Jedi - Empire #1, because you just can't resist a slice of that Imperial life.
A long time ago, while trapped in Dimension Z, Captain America rescued Leopold Zola, the infant son of Arnim Zola, and raised him as Ian,
Bishop: War College #5 brings our heroes a time-warped, trauma-filled finale. Can they escape the loop and save mutant-kind? Find out!
Will Krakoa finally show its wrath? Dive into X-Men: Before the Fall - Mutant First Strike #1, where you find both destruction and salvation.
Deadpool: Badder Blood #1 brings back Deadpool, Wolverine, and Cable, but can it really get any badder? Get a glimpse of the madness inside!
Loki #1 delivers the "benevolent" God of Stories scrambling to fix his past lies. Will Ragnarok force him to take up knitting instead?
The latest Printwatch looks at the second printings of the death of Ms Marvel, Justice Warriors and Blue Beetle #1 coming in a few weeks time.
I wonder if he'll be going for a long walk across the US. Because J. Michael Straczynski is returning to Marvel for Captain America with Jesús Saiz,