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Marvel Comics promises readers “the most local Peter Parker ever” with the announcement of Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man. Set to launch in 2019, this new series written by Tom Taylor (X-Men Red, Injustice) with art by Juann Cabal (All-New Wolverine, X-23) will revolve around Peter Parker as he is faced with the age-old problem of having
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At New York Comic Con‘s Friday evening Marvel Comics: Spider-Man panel, the publisher revealed that Spider-Geddon will be an event centered on Miles Morales. “To date, most Spider-Man events that we’ve seen have been surrounding the life and times of Peter Parker,” Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski said in a trailer for the event at NYCC. “But now, Peter’s
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After months of speculation, DC Comics has finally revealed the focus and name of Brian Michael Bendis’ upcoming imprint at New York Comic Con. Wonder Comics is the umbrella under which Bendis will oversee new comics starring some of DC’s most popular young heroes, as well as a few new faces. Included in the image
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Horror-Themed One-Shot Spotlights Original SWAMP THING Story by Brian Azzarello and Greg Capullo, Plus Seven Spooky Tales from the DC Vault, Including Swamp Thing’s First Appearance in HOUSE OF SECRETS #92 and BATMAN #237’s “Night of the Reaper” Fans of the Walmart 100-Page Giant comics will be treated to an extra dose of fright this
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Let’s hear it for the Main Man! At San Diego Comic-Con this summer, the producers of Krypton announced that Lobo, the intergalactic bounty hunter known for his mean attitude and meaner right hook, would be prominently featured in the SYFY Superman prequel’s second season. Today, it was announced that Irish actor Emmett J. Scanlan will
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Chuck Palahniuk, author of the 1996 novel Fight Club and its 2015 comic book meta-sequel Fight Club 2: The Tranquility Gambit, is teaming up with Dark Horse Comics once again to continue Tyler Durden’s story with Fight Club 3. Joining Palahniuk in this new installment will be Eisner Award-winning artist Cameron Stewart (Fight Club 2,
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One of today’s leading storytellers in any medium, Grant Morrison has broken new ground with each DC comic he’s written, from ANIMAL MAN, ARKHAM ASYLUM, and DOOM PATROL straight on through to JLA, ALL-STAR SUPERMAN, and his epic run on BATMAN. His first solo book featuring the Amazon Princess, WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE, illustrated by
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Former Avengers artist David Finch returns to Marvel Comics, providing a variant cover for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’ 700th issue. In 2003, Finch began his Marvel career, illustrating Ultimate X-Men, written by Brian Michale Bendis. He and Bendis re-rteamed in 2004 on The Avengers, followed by a run on New Avengers in 2005. In 2010, Finch
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Marvel continues to roll out variant covers by the industries biggest artists for its imminent Uncanny X-Men relaunch. Now, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada, aided by colorist Richard Isanove, adds his name to the ever-growing roster of A-listers celebrating the return of Marvel Comics’ flagship mutant tile. The cover was originally released as a
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Few films in recent memory have aroused the same kind of curiosity as Ruben Fleischer’s Venom. The very premise of the film is audacious — a Spider-Man villain acting as lethal protector, all while his signature nemesis is nowhere to be found. The supervillain-led film is the first of its kind in the modern age
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Before Jason Momoa’s King of Atlantis surfs into theaters this December, he’ll be making a splash on Aquaman–themed variant covers to the upcoming Justice League/Aquaman crossover “Drowned Earth.” RELATED: New Aquaman Scene Descriptions and Plot Details Emerge Artist Francis Manapul will provide the Aquaman movie variant for Justice League/Aquaman: Drowned Earth #1, which features Momoa’s Aquaman
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JUSTICE LEAGUE/AQUAMAN: DROWNED EARTH TO FEATURE VARIANT COVERS WITH ART INSPIRED BY WARNER BROS PICTURES AQUAMAN MOVIE   Covers by Manapul, Mattina Revealed   November’s six-issue JUSTICE LEAGUE/AQUAMAN: DROWNED EARTH event pits the Justice League against a race of ancient and long-forgotten sea gods and an army of alien mercenaries, reveal shocking secrets about Arthur
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Judge Dredd co-creator and longtime 2000 AD artist Carlos Ezquerra has passed away due to complications from lung cancer. He was 70 years old. Confirmed by Ezquerra’s Spanish publisher EC Comics, news of Ezquerra’s death has led to an outpouring of tributes online from the comic book industry, including Mega-City One Creative Lead Rob Williams,
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Now that Tom King and Clay Mann’s HEROES IN CRISIS #1 has finally landed, I want to take a second to talk about something that seems to bring out some pretty polarized opinions: death and superheroes. Or, more specifically, what death actually means in superhero comics. No, wait. Don’t go running for the hills just
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Together, they’re DC’s premiere young superhero team. But what are the Titans like as individuals? We got our first sense of that yesterday when DC Universe unveiled four new character-based trailers for their upcoming original series. Each one focuses on a different hero, and while they’re not long, they offer compelling glimpses into their personalities,
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While we still don’t know who’s playing the big guy himself, the supporting cast for DC Universe’s upcoming Swamp Thing series is rounding up nicely. WBTV just announced that actress Jennifer Beals will be joining the cast as Sheriff Lucilia Cable, an original character created just for the show. Tough as nails and pragmatic, Sheriff
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DC artist Mitch Gerads has revealed the “actual” variant cover to Mister Miracle #12, the finale of the Eisner award-winning miniseries from him and writer Tom King. Gerads previously released an unfinished version of the cover, teasing fans on the ending he and Tom King have planned for the critically-acclaimed and highly-unique title. That cover featured
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