Marvelman's Back… And It's A History Textbook


Um, yes, Marvelman is back in June in the form of an essay by John Rhett Thomas published by Marvel as a Marvelman Classic Primer. Okay, okay, there's also interviews with Neil Gaiman, Mick Anglo and the like ( though note, no mention of Alan Moore, Garry Leach or Dez Skinn in the solicitations) with art by a bunch of tip top folks.

Newsarama also state that Marvel are publishing the classic Marvelman strips by Mick Anglo as Marvelman Family's Finest #1 and Marvelman Classic Vol.1 Premiere HC in July.

Still no news on the Moore/Leach/Davis/Austen/Veitch/Totleben/Gaiman/Buckingham run though…

Though I did like Bendis' Marvelman fakeout in the most recent Ultimate Spider-Man comic…

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