Once upon a time, eight years ago in fact, Marvel Comics published a SHIELD series by Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver . It was a little late, but four issues came out But five did not It was… delayed As was issue six. Its absence was oft commented on Weaver said, So then, Jonathan and I were off doing separate[...]
Tradd Moore has shared on Instagram an image revealing a unused Suicide Squad one-shot he did for DC that has not yet seen the light of day.
Marvel Executive Vice President Tom Brevoort appeared in an interview with ComicBook.com today to deftly avoid giving a straight answer to any questions.
Infamous Iron Man #11 has decent moments and plot points (and Alex Maleev could make a drawing of a phonebook captivating), but it's still mediocre overall.
Despite some less-than-impressive art, I still have to recommend Occupy Avengers. It’s the most satisfying tie-in to Secret Empire I’ve read yet.
It's a pretty interesting list that includes a few LMD's (Life Model Decoys)… which of course are popular right now because of their appearance on Marvel's Agents of SHIELD It's interesting that 3 different LMDs appear on the list and not just the singular LMD concept. Some where obvious inclusions like Vision, Viv, Ultron and Jocasta[...]
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returned to television last week for its mid-season premiere, and just one episode later promptly dropped 25% in the
All-New Inhumans #1 will see Nico Leon joining the previously solicited Stefano Caselli on art. Howard The Duck #2 will see Danilo Beyruth joining the previously solicited Veronica Fish on art. Secret Wars Too #1 will see Brian Churilla and Jacopo Camagni, joining the previously solicited artists Sergio Aragones, Ryan Browne, Al Ewing, Rob Guillory, Kate Leth, Eric Powell, Declan Shalvey, Kyle Starks, Ramon Villalobos,[...]
Everyone really wants Howard The Duck's liver in SHIELD #9 9 And in the Batman Annual, Bruce Wayne picks up a gun Like Doctor Who, it generally means something has gone very wrong indeed… Again, thanks to a friendly retailer or two, some very semi-spoilery teases for a few comic books coming out tomorrow… 1 Aquaman #44[...]
Thor's Comic Review Column – Miracleman #2, Captain America: White #1, S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary: Agent Carter #1
Certainly after so long out of the game, it is easy to shrug cynically at something so old-fashioned, but in the words of a certain SHIELD agent, its times like these we could all use a little old-fashioned. *As a matter of historical record, whilst Gwen Stacy's iconic death in the Seventies was such an epochal[...]
Bleeding Cool welcomes back the podcast Mighty Marvel Geeks, hosted in part by Mike Ehmcke, who also hosts the podcast We Be Geeks, which runs on
Turns out S.H.I.E.L.D. is celebrating its 50th anniversary and Marvel's Watcher has got the history all worked out. In the following video Lorraine Cink
There are a number of ages to SHIELD at Marvel Comics There is the age that begat it, the sixties with Stan Lee and Jim Steranko, and continued after then Then there is the reinvention of SHIELD by Brian Bendis that would be incorporated into the movies and television series and back into the comics[...]
A Case Study Into How Much Marvel Studios Is Interfering With The Comics – Mockingbird: SHIELD 50th Anniversary
Thriller writer Chelsea Cain sees her first comic book story published in September, in Mockingbird: S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary, drawn by Joëlle Jones