Earlier this week, Marvel did one of their silhouette images teasing a new X-Men title. In the original reveal, the company described the newest team in the Hickman X-Era, as "the most dysfunctional X-Men team you could possibly imagine". Well, now that the week has come to an end, the full team has been revealed … Continue reading Dysfunctional X-Men Team Revealed To Be ‘Hellions’
Marvel is teasing a new X-related title for March 2020, via an image of a group of characters in black, fronting a bright light source. The image's filename is ClassifiedX.jpg, but we doubt that is the name of the new comic: You can guess who is who via that teaser image, but Marvel is said … Continue reading Marvel’s Tease For A New ‘X-Men’ Title Shows The Power Of Backlighting
Last year Marvel started a podcast titled Marvel's Voices which featured comics personalities and celebrity fans to discuss all things Marvel. Next year, the company will take that digital concept to print in… wait for it… Marvel's Voices #1. The anthology comic will feature an "all-star roster" of talent writing stories about the X-Men post … Continue reading Marvel Brings ‘Marvel’s Voices’ To Print In February
Yet another announcement from Marvel at the MCM Comic Con London is for a 6-issue anthology series titled Marvel Anthology (or simply "Marvel" according to Newsarama and ComicBook). The series will be "curated" by artist Alex Ross. Ross gained fame for his painted artwork on the 1993 series Marvels, written by Kurt Busiek. Marvel Anthology … Continue reading Alex Ross To Lead ‘Marvel Anthology’ Limited Series
Marvel just put out their January 2020 solicitations yesterday, and now they are starting with February announcements. The company is making a bunch of announcements at MCM Comic Con London and here are two of them that are mutant related. Writer Chip Zdarsky is returning to the Fantastic Four universe that he dabbled in in … Continue reading Zdarsky Takes On The ‘X-Men/Fantastic Four’ While Hickman Starts ‘Giant-Size X-Men’
In celebration of a great idea it once had, Marvel Comics has announced a line of variant covers to celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Dark Phoenix Saga.
Zoltan Krisko, a representative from the estate of the late Hungarian composer Gyorgy Vukan, has filed a copyright lawsuit against Marvel Entertainment, The Walt Disney Company, and more, claiming that the theme song for X-Men: The Animated Series was based on the theme for Linda, a Hungarian cop show.