The Champions battle the Man-Thing in Tanzania. Viv Vision is down, and it's up to the rest of the team to save her. Is it a good read?
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This world's Amadeus Cho uses his tech to search across the multiverse for the Fantastic Four Will Ben and Johnny ever make it home? Marvel Two-in-One #8 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr. This is a toned-down issue compared to the recent cosmic bombast of Marvel Two-in-One The comic focuses on the lives that Ben[...]
San Diego Comic-Con may be over, but Marvel Comics' marketing machine continues to churn out teasers for upcoming comics.
Amadeus Cho is slightly powered down and now going by the name Brawn Ironheart has a new costume based upon Chitauri technology Nova Sam Alexander has lost his Nova gear and, as a result, his powers New Champion Snowguard is living with Viv Vision while she operates on the team The crew is called to[...]
He may not be Hulk, but he's not just Amadeus Cho He has a new superhero name. Brawn And a new look for Ironheart too. Everyone feel sorry for Nova But finally, Champions recognise that stuff has happened… CHAMPIONS #22 (W) Jim Zub (A) Kevin Libranda (CA) Stefano Caselli GUEST-STARRING THE MACABRE MAN-THING! The Champions' mission in space (in INFINITY[...]
The Champions and Alpha Flight are in a standoff at the North Pole over the actions of the known villain, the Master. Is it a good read?
This tight relationship between Domino and Amadeus Cho doesn't feel earned I'll grant that I didn't read Weapon of Mutant Destruction, so maybe that justifies this bond. That's not the main frustrating point of this issue though That comes in the holy vengeance crusade that Domino embarks upon to kill Topaz only to be immediately undercut[...]
The loss of her luck powers as well as the possibility of betrayal have left her feeling more vulnerable than ever before. This is offset by the support system she has in her friends and allies like Diamondback, Outlaw, and Deadpool. The outside helps she seeks is, oddly enough (spoiler), Amadeus Cho, and I'm left unsure as[...]
On the chopping block this time is Amadeus Cho, with Marvel teasing his "final fate" in the press release, headlined "The Final Fate of Amadeus Cho in WORLD WAR HULK II" and tagged with "The Incredible Hulk's story races to its ultimate conclusion!" The press release reads: This March, Hulk writer Greg Pak and artist Carlo[...]
The latest round of Marvel solicits for their January releasing titles seems to reveal a fairly big spoiler for the future of Champions.
But I figured I'd give Generations: Banner Hulk & The Totally Awesome Hulk #1 a shot. In this book, we even have two Hulks, one being Bruce Banner, the other being Amadeus Cho Cho wakes up to see the original Hulk doing what he does best (smashing things), and tries valiantly to calm the big green guy[...]
Marvel and Amadeus Cho as the Hulk, but also to old readers of the original characters that started Marvel's legacy all those years ago. Well, The Strongest seems to suggest that the idea to do this is to impose the older characters traits and arcs on the newer characters The Strongest ends with Amadeus Cho deciding[...]
Many seem to be time-travel stories, and among the first of such issues is The Strongest, which is about a meeting between Bruce Banner and Amadeus Cho, the two Hulks. Amadeus is shot into the past to meet up with the former Incredible Hulk, Bruce Banner, whilst he is under attack from the military led by[...]
Greg Pak Will Return To Planet Hulk For Marvel Legacy, And He's Bringing Greg Land And Amadeus Cho With Him
Now we've got the solicitation for Incredible Hulk #708, which, don't let the title fool you, is a brand new comic launching for Marvel Legacy in the Fall with The Hulk's original numbering. Greg Pak and Greg Land will be behind this comic as it launches with an exciting new storyline that explores bold new ideas:[...]
The latest issue of Champions tackles the idea of internment camps, and it does not go quite as you might expect. All part of the Secret Empire!