for The Ultimates, The Magic Order and The Authority Here is what is available this week from the Sunday & Monday Comics, Animation, Video Games & Art Weekly Online Auction 122106 First by Coipel from The Magic Order #2, currently being made into a Netflix show. Olivier Coipel Olivier Coipel, Olivier Coipel The Magic Order Story Pages 2-4 Original Art[...]
The Ultimates Archives
But the one image that understandably got the most attention was the one of Derek Mears' Swamp Thing (all of which you can find below) – and so far, reactions have been pretty positive. DC Universe Two names in particular that you can add to that list: comic book author and novelist Steve Niles (30 Days of[...]
Specifically, he's there to bring his brother back to Wakanda for crimes against the nation and her people, as N'Jobu facilitated the attack by Ulysses Klaw and theft of vibranium. And to be even more specific, T'Chaka mentions it was a train shipment of vibranium. Now why in the world would that have anything to do[...]
Captain Marvel and Lord Starkill are left by their crews to face the justice of Thanos. Can Carol escape this topsy-turvy universe and find Bean? Is it a good read?
Black Panther and Shuri recruit Thunderball to aid in their fight against the Klaw. Plus, we learn the story of the Originators. Is it a good read?
Alpha Flight has been grounded, but Captain Marvel won't allow that to last for long. Bean has returned to make things more complex. Is this a good read?
Black Panther #166 is an astonishing rebirth for a classic Marvel rogue, and it fleshes him out more than many writers have cared to do in the past.
Black Panther continues to be among the best of Marvel’s offerings with another knockout issue by Coates, Sprouse, Torres, and company.
Bleeding Cool writer Josh Davison makes his case for why America Chavez should have goddess status, and why she should be a more prominent Marvel hero.
This issue finds the current Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers, teaming up with her predecessor, Mar-Vell. Is this the team-up we've been waiting for?
The cast of characters are still good, and Margaret Stohl is good at playing with them, even if Hopper comes off like a dick for no reason. We get to see the reunion between Captain Marvel and Wendy, which is a pretty sweet moment. I'll take any amount of the Ultimates team that I can get now[...]
[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[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] *Ties into the Secret Empire crossover In The Mighty Captain Marvel #7, Captain Marvel, Alpha Flight, the Ultimates, and the Guardians of the Galaxy continue their struggle against the Chitauri forces attacking Earth. The new cadets — Glory, A'Di, and Dante — find themselves in a bad position as they attempted to contact Earth with the help[...]
The Ultimates, along with Hyperion and the new Quasar, assemble to Carol's aid as well From here, the events follow the space end of things from Secret Empire #0, with the arrival of the Chitauri, the failure of the planetary shield to activate, and the sudden activation in the midst of the Chitauri attack which[...]
Thor's Comic Review Collumn: The Ultimates #1, Secret Wars #7, All-New Wolverine #1, Cyanide and Happiness: Stab Factory And More!
This Week's Reviews: The Ultimates #1 Cyanide and Happiness: Stab Factory All-New Wolverine #1 All-New Hawkeye #1 All-New Karnak #1 Secret Wars #7 Battleworld: Squadron Sinister #4 Battleworld: Thors #4 The Ultimates #1 (Marvel Comics, $3.99) By Devon Sanders (@devonsanders) After nearly 30 years, comics can still excite me. The Ultimates #1 excites me It is a comic bold in its thinking It has the nerve to[...]