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Marvel Comics has followed up on its previous Infinity Wars teaser asking, “Who Will Death Claim?” with a new image that might give X-Men fans pause. The new image from J.G. Jones and Nolan Woodard features Star-Lord, who we’ve known was part of the event from the initial announcement, alongside newcomer Emma Frost under the
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After taking the world of social media by storm, Rob Liefeld‘s all-new, original parody character “The Pouch” will debut in Bloodstrike #23 for its “Bloodstrike Brutalists” story arc, along with being featured on a special variant cover for the issue. “The Pouch” is in reference to Liefeld’s generous use of pouches on many of his characters from the
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Marvel Comics continues to hint at a big loss in its upcoming Infinity Wars series (by Gerry Duggan, Mike Deodato Jr. and Frank Martin), with the publisher’s latest teaser asking, “Who Will Death Claim?” The actual artwork, by J.G. Jones and Nolan Woodard, features Thanos and his longtime nemesis Adam Warlock under the forbidding statement
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Passing superhero mantles between people can make things…complicated. The pressure of upholding a legacy, the potential jealousy, maybe even feelings of being replaced by a newcomer. Transitions of power, costumes and codenames aren’t always the best way to make friends. But sometimes, the exact opposite is true. In this month’s Relationship Roundup, we’re going to
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If you, like me, were wondering how they were going to level up the already complicated situation with Reign, it turns out the answer to that was found in the same place as her supposed salvation. This week’s episode, “The Dark Side of the Moon,” mainly set up what I’m guessing are going to be
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The World’s Fastest Man is about to team up with the world’s most unusual partner…provided he can get by the frighteningly massive Kilg%re in this week’s bonkers-yet-brilliant Hanna-Barbera crossover, THE FLASH/SPEED BUGGY SPECIAL #1. Everyone loves a fast car, but even the fastest of them can’t hold a candle to Wally West. At least, until
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Titan Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for products shipping in August 2018. When you’re through checking out these solicitations, be sure to visit CBR’s Indie Comics Forum and discuss these Titan releases with fellow readers. Titan Solicitations – Last Six Months The Raid #1 (of 4) Writer Ollie Masters Artists Budi Setiawan,
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On Friday one of the founders of Image Comics, artist Erik Larsen (of Amazing Spider-Man and Savage Dragon fame), answered a fan question wondering what was the best way to pitch a comic to a publisher. Larsen said that a pitch should be, “As brief as humanly possible. Ideally your introductory letter could fit in a single Tweet.”
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Jeff Lemire and Mark Millar have never met, but they have shared a mutual admiration for years. So when Millar cold-called (well, emailed) Lemire asking him to write Hit-Girl — featuring the breakout star of Millar’s Kick-Ass franchise — the Canadian cartoonist didn’t hesitate. And now that it’s happening, Lemire’s bringing Mindy McCready to his
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Chances are, if you’ve been poking around the DC Universe lately you’ve probably stumbled across the name Barbatos. He’s been a pretty big-ticket item lately (you know, in like…a horrifying sort of way), with a nice big boost in prominence thanks to the epic events of DARK NIGHTS: METAL. But the truth is he’s actually
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As Brian Michael Bendis prepares to start his runs on Superman and Action Comics following a six-issue Man of Steel weekly miniseries, the writer already knows his goal for Superman: making the Man of Steel relevant in a “weird and different” time. During a recent interview, CBR asked Bendis what elements of the character he was looking to highlight. “What he represents to our
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It’s a battle of Speed Force versus brute force in this week’s supersonic “Versus Live!” segment. Special guests Nichole Evans and Josh Evans drop by to debate which hero would win in a fast-as-light-fight between the Flash or Supergirl, but only you can provide us with an answer. Will the Scarlet Speedster prove too fast
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When it was announced that longtime Marvel writer Brian Michael Bendis was not only making the jump to DC Comics but that he was also taking over both Superman and Action Comics following a six-issue Man of Steel weekly miniseries, some fans expressed concern over whether the writer would effectively “undo” much of what’s made the post-Rebirth Superman so great —
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It’s nearly here: After more than six months of anticipation, Brian Michael Bendis’ full-length Superman writing debut arrives next Wednesday with DC’s Man of Steel #1, illustrated by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado. Sure, fans have seen glimpses of Bendis’ take on Superman in the Action Comics #1000 and DC Nation #0 short stories, but
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Valiant Entertainment has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping in August 2018. When you’re through checking out these solicitations, be sure to visit CBR’s Independents Comic Forum and discuss these Valiant Entertainment releases with fellow readers. HARBINGER WARS 2 #4 (of 4) Written by MATT KINDT Art by TOMÁS GIORELLO Cover A
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In issue #2 of the 2014 event prologue anthology series Edge of Spider-Verse, writer Jason Latour, artist Robbi Rodriguez and colorist Rico Renzi gave readers an exciting new take on the Marvel Universe and one of its flagship characters. The story took readers to Earth-65 and introduced them to that world’s Spider-Woman, Gwen Stacy —
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Arthur Curry has enjoyed a very interesting renaissance over the past few years. The classic blonde-haired monarch in orange and yellow is enjoying his moment on Justice League Action, Jason Mamoa slayed a new barbarian interpretation in the live action Justice League movie last year and looking down the pike at the upcoming Aquaman solo
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