In this preview of SWORD #7, in stores on Wednesday from Marvel Comics, Storm repays the favor, treating Doom to some fine dining on Planet Arakko You would think this would be a fine time for revenge, but instead, Ororo serves up a delicious meal, while Doctor Doom serves up compliment after compliment Is this[...]
We have continued to take timestamps and tried to line the events up from this week and last into one Hellfire Gala timeline… with Planet Size-X-Men, it just ramped up a gear, and with today's SWORD #6 it did the same, not once but twice We looked at the impacts of the comic books here, but[...]
We already looked at some of the big news breaking in today's SWORD #6 regarding the future of the Marvel Universe, and the effects that Krakoa and Arakko will have on every Marvel Comics title from the street-level to the super-cosmic But that's not the only issue up for grabs today – there is also[...]
Today, the Marvel Universe sees the publication of SWORD #6, following on from last week's Planet-Size X-Men, and is another of what the X-Men line calls a "red book" – a title you pretty much have to read if you are following the Krakoan storyline more widely Previous examples in recent weeks were Marauders #20[...]
SWORD #6 is in stores from Marvel Comics on Wednesday, continuing the Hellfire Gala crossover event, in which Marvel stretches a single night across twelve separate comic books in an attempt to suck their gullible readers dry of all their money It's an amazing feat, to be sure, but not nearly as amazing as watching[...]
Because Marvel's August solicitations are missing Excalibur, New Mutants and SWORD from the line-up While Children Of The Atom is looking a little peaky. No Excalibur, New Mutants or SWORD in August From Marvel Comics CHILDREN OF THE ATOM #6 VITA AYALA (W) • Paco Medina (A) • Cover by R.B SILVA Variant Cover by BERNARD CHANG NO ONE LIKES[...]
With X-Force #19, SWORD #5, Way Of X #1, and a visit or three to the Women Of Marvel #1 as well In SWORD #5, we have the revival of Fabian Cortez by The Five, who is here to be mocked Naked as a revived mutant always is… …it's less of a ceremonial moment of rebirth[...]
Marvel Comics will see Al Ewing's titles SWORD and Guardians of the Galaxy, reviving a previous cosmic crossover as The Last Annihilation. And it comes with a Mystery Marvel Silhouette as well. Known for his long-term world building and big payoffs, mastermind writer Al Ewing has completely revolutionized Marvel's space-based sagas, introducing exciting new developments such as[...]
Marvel will release three X-Men comics in stores next week: SWORD #5, X-Force #19, and the debuting Way of X #5 Not sure if you should shell out the thirteen bucks it will cost to buy 'em all? Check out these X-Men comics previews below to help make your decision. In the first of our X-Men[...]
Still, thanks to a corporate merger, a line-wide relaunch, and Jonathan Hickman's giant ego, the X-Men can finally get back to doing what they do best: being objectively the best franchise in all of comics for lovers of soap opera drama. SWORD #4 This issue is, thankfully, the end of the dumbass King in Black crossover[...]
In honor of her turn on Disney+'s WandaVision, John Stamos shared a picture of himself with a young Elizabeth Olsen on the Full House set.
With WandaVision wrapping up its reality-altering run, March 12 brings Marvel Studios: Assembled with a look at how it all came together.
Okay, give us a second to do a personal victory lap as we look back on when WandaVision star Kathryn Hahn wouldn't answer THAT question.
Beginning March 12, Disney+ docuseries "Assembled" goes behind the scenes of Marvel Studios' films and shows- kicking off with WandaVision.
In the newest poster released for Disney+ and Marvel Studios' WandaVision, the focus is on Dr. Darcy Lewis- a signal with true vision.