The Hickman era of X-Ttiles continues, rolling out classic titles with new twists. Marvel announced that Cable will get his own solo series again in March 2020. This time however, it won't be the old, grizzled warrior Nathan Summers, but kid Cable. It wouldn't be the first time we saw Cable as a youth (eg. … Continue reading The Further Adventures Of Kid ‘Cable’ Shoots For March
Last month Marvel announced a new Spider-Woman series starting in March of 2020. With the announcement it looked like Jessica Drew was back to her old costume (variation of the costume she first appeared in), which she went back to in the recent Strikeforce series, versus what she was wearing in her last series. Well, … Continue reading Surprise! ‘Spider-Woman’ Gets A New Costume For Her New Series
Marvel continues to celebrate its 80th anniversary with a new series of one-shots under the banner of Marvel Snapshots. Sounding similar to other projects he's authored before (read: 1994's Marvels), Kurt Busiek will be overseeing this series of eight issues, which will look at its heroic characters from the viewpoint of ordinary people. Also like … Continue reading Marvel’s 80th Anniversary Continues With ‘Marvel Snapshots’
The issue was originally solicited for January 29 and is now set to release April 15.
Marvel began teasing it's next event today and it's all because of "Incoming". Like yesterday's Outlawed news, the next event spins out of the events of this month's Incoming murder mystery comic. The April 2020 event is being called Empyre, and basically nothing is being revealed about it. Marvel put out a cheeky video about … Continue reading ‘Empyre’ Is Marvel’s *Bleeping* April Event
The Marvel series of Star Wars comics came to an end earlier this year, but it was also announced that two of the series would get a relaunch. Well, it looks like the folks at Lucasfilm might like having a third series around (Doctor Aphra was the previous third series) as the company announced a … Continue reading The Complicated Profession Featured In ‘Star Wars: Bounty Hunters’ Series
In October, it was revealed that Marvel was restructuring and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige would be also getting the title of Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Comics.