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Cyclops begs Wolverine to punish him before his optic blasts explode all over Wolverine in this preview of Dark Ages #6 What? That's literally what happens! Check out the preview below. Dark Ages #6 by Tom Taylor & Iban Coello, cover by Iban Coello All the sacrifices made on the day the world went dark could be for[...]
Could Today's Dark Ages #3 Spin Off Into Dark Web From Marvel?
And speculated that it may be a non-Tom Taylor sequel to Dark Ages focussed on Spider-Man and associated characters And today we note that Dark Ages #3 does seem to have an awful lot of Spider-Man and Spider-related characters in it From a Peter Parker Spider-Man with redesigned webspinners for a world that lost the[...]
The heroes mourn the death of Nick Fury in this preview of Dark Ages #5, but they don't need to worry: it's an alternate universe, so it doesn't matter! Though, if you really think about it, death doesn't matter in the regular Marvel universe either So maybe, technically, it actually matters *more* here Oh no![...]
Cover image for Dark Ages #4
In this preview of Dark Ages #4, in stores Wednesday, a caravan of European refugees arrives in Wakanda to take everyone's jobs Check out the preview below. Dark Ages #4 by Tom Taylor & Iban Coello, cover by Iban Coello A group of heroes have crossed dark seas in a desperate and dangerous attempt to save their friends[...]
Cover image for DARK AGES #2 (OF 6)
Marvel continues ripping off the plot of the 1980s episode of GI Joe: A Real American Hero called The Pyramid of Darkness in Dark Ages #2, in stores on Wednesday Can Marvel's heroes survive in a world without technology? Let us ask you this: could you survive the weekend without your iPhone? Yeah, this is[...]
Cover image for DARK AGES #1 (OF 6)
Marvel's next alternate-continuity mini-event, Dark Ages, launches this week, from Tom Taylor and Iban Coello, ripping off the premise from the classic 1985 GI Joe: Real American Hero five-part animated miniseries, The Pyramid of Darkness, in which Cobra sends Zartan and the Dreadnoks to space to create a pyramid over the Earth that prevents all[...]
Advance Reorders
The new Reckless hardcover from Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips tops the advance reorders charts for new titles, with Dark Ages tucked right behind, while the first appearance of Miles Morales is repeated for Halloween, and Moon Knight does a good second print as well.   Greetings from the coal face of the direct comics market[...]
Peter Parker & Mary Jane Married With A Kid - But Only In Dark Ages
For those who want to know, and there are certainly spoilers ahead, in Marvel's upcoming and long-awaited Dark Ages, Peter Parker is married to Mary Jane Watson, and they have a kid, May And it is May Parker who is seen in the preview art below, her spider-sense kicking off against the impending threat alongside[...]
More DC Comics Big Books
Marvel Comics was meant to have published Dark Ages by Tom Taylor and Iban Coello in October 2020, and it was previewed in the Free Comic Book Day comic printed in the February of that year, then delayed until the mid-summer Dark Ages wasn't even solicited, until recently, lined up to be published in September[...]
Dark Ages Preview
Dark Ages is the long-delayed comic book series from Marvel Comics by Tom Taylor and Ivan Coello, originally teased and promised as part of Free Comic Book Day in May 2020 and now coming out in September 2021 –  after Free Comic Book Day in August 2021 The preview showed the Marvel Universe having to[...]
The cover to Dark Ages, launching in September and ending the Marvel Universe,
Following up on teasers posted earlier today, Marvel has confirmed that Dark Ages, the new comic by Tom Taylor and Iban Coello, which Marvel claims will mean the end of the Marvel Universe Seriously! It's right there in the press release! New York, NY— June 18, 2021 — The world outside your window…is about to end[...]
Promo art for Marvel Dark Ages by Tom Taylor and Iban Coello
Dark Ages, the Marvel super-mega-crossover event by Tom Taylor and Iban Coello originally scheduled last year before, well, everything went to hell, is back on Taylor began sharing promotional art for the series on Twitter on Friday. "Who were you when the lights turned out?" @Marvel pic.twitter.com/Ag1xEJvBjJ — Tom Taylor (@TomTaylorMade) June 18, 2021 THIS is what The[...]
Tom Taylor and Iban Coello Create Dark Ages For Marvel Comics
Teased in Marvel's Free Comic Book Day title, eventually released in the summer, we learnt of The Dark Ages, by Taylor and Iban Coello, scheduled for October Seemingly a Marvel superhero story set in a work where the electric lights – and Tony Stark – go out permanently, there has not been word of this[...]
Marvel's Dark Ages Is a High-Concept Non-Canon Thriller Like DCeased
Last night Bleeding Cool ran the news of a new – if schedule indeterminate – Marvel comic book event called Dark Ages by Tom Taylor and Iban Coello Today, in the Marvel Free Comic Book Day title available in comic book shops with X-Men on the front, we get an idea of what is actually[...]
The Biggest, Baddest Spoilers for The Walking Dead #192
But at some point, maybe for the winter, Tom Taylor and Iban Coello will have Dark Ages coming. Note, this is not Dark Agnes, the Robert E Howard comic that Marvel is also meant to be publishing.  Nor The Dark Age, the story that Tom Taylor wrote for Earth 2 at DC Comics But Dark Ages…[...]
Orbiting Around Dark Horse Presents, Little Nemo, Multiversity, And Dark Ages
[audio:http://www.orbitalcomics.com/images/blog/The-Orbiting-Pod-Episode-162.mp3] Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Orbiting Pod, the podcast of Orbital Comics in London. They say: Welcome to Episode 162 of The Orbiting Pod! This week, we hit shuffle with Dark Horse Presents #1, sing lullabys with Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland #1, go on a road trip with Multiversity #1, turn out the night with Dark[...]