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Galactus Returns and He Wants Revenge on Jean Grey in X-Men Blue's Penultimate Preview
A preview of X-Men #35 sees time-displaced teenage Jean Grey reunited (and it feels so good) with resurrected adult Jean Grey, reminiscing about that time they face Galactus in Generations: Phoenix and Jean Grey, as Jean Greys do. And what a coincidence… in this same issue, but in the apocalyptic future of Extermination, Galactus returns, and,[...]
Silver Surfer Annual #1 cover by Philip Tan and Marte Gracia
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Years ago, the Silver Surfer was still the Herald of Galactus, charged with the task of seeking out planets for the World-Eater to consume On one such trek, the man once known as Norrin Radd heard a song coming from within a world On the surface, he finds nothing but war, cruelty, and death[...]
Marvel Legends Silver Surfer 5
The Herald of Galactus himself, the Silver Surfer, flies into the Marvel Legends line updated and shiny Worth the upgrade? Let's find out! #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Lately I've been bored by the Marvel Legends packaging[...]
Exiles #5 cover by David Marquez and Tamra Bonvillain
He is using the remains of Galactus from across the Multiverse to give himself the power to consume all realities It's down to Blink, Khan, Valkyrie, Wolvie, Iron Lad, and Nick Fury to beat the odds and save every universe from being consumed. Exiles #5 cover by David Marquez and Tamra Bonvillain This is the bombastic finale[...]
Joe Quesada Draws Galactus for Fantastic Four #1
What's old is new again, after all, is basically Marvel's motto. This time, Quesada's variant is a "Hidden Gem," meaning it is "never before seen as a cover." Anyone recognize where it originally came from? [Update: Commenter Bruno Billion identified the artwork as being from the Hasbro 2010 SDCC San Diego Comic Con Exclusive Marvel Universe 19″ Galactus[...]
Infinity Countdown #4 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Silver Surfer approaches Galactus the Lifebringer for help with the dawning Ultron crisis Adam Warlock faces Ultron Prime on his own The Guardians of the Galaxy and the Nova Corps reconnoiter on Knowhere The Nova want to look after the Power Stone, but Gamora is reluctant to allow them to have it Richard Rider[...]
Marvel Two-in-One #6 cover by Jim Cheung and Frank Martin
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Our Thing, Human Torch, and Victor von Doom with the Sue Storm and Reed Richards of this other Earth have put together their last and best defense against the approaching Doom/Galactus hybrid of this world He has consumed the rest of the universe, and this Earth is the last item on the menu[...]
Marvel Two-in-One #5 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell
It may be cut short, as the hybrid Doctor Doom/Galactus is on his way back to Earth and will consume everyone if Mr Fantastic can't think of a way to stop him On top of that, Doom's heralds arrive to wreak havoc amongst the heroes of this world. Marvel Two-in-One #5 cover by Nick Bradshaw and[...]
Black Panther Ultimates #1 cover by Kenneth Rocafort
The first of these was curing Galactus, the World-Eater, of his eternal hunger. Ultimates #1 cover by Kenneth Rocafort The team would face some struggles after the events of Civil War II Captain Marvel and Black Panther became at odds but still cooperated The Ultimates would face their greatest struggle upon discovering that Eternity, the being that[...]
ultimates squared
The starting project was curing Galactus of its hunger, and that is certainly a daring opening salvo. Funnily enough, I intended to put Ultimates Squared #100 on this list instead of #9 I forgot that Joe Glass took care of that instead of me. #100 was really incredible though, but we're going with Ultimates #9 instead. The soft relaunch of Ultimates Squared was an odd move on[...]
Brian Michael Bendis batman
Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Ultimates Squared #100 from Marvel Comics by Al Ewing, Travel Foreman, Filipe Andrade, Marco Lorenzana, Scott Hanna and Dan Brown with Matt Yackey brings to a conclusion Ewing's long-running plot that has run through numerous iterations of the series, and connections through his other works at Marvel. In fact, it's fair to say Ewing has[...]
Generations: The Phoenix
The Phoenix, who for all intents and purposes is Jean Grey, at this time. Overall, the Jeans have a nifty encounter together that's all a bit of fun, involving beaches, nightclubs, and punching Galactus in the mush It's a fun little story, with some sweet characterisation. The problem is, it doesn't really feel like the story has[...]