If you’re looking forward to Marvel‘s upcoming cosmic event Infinity, then you know Jonathan Hickman‘s Avengers is one of the titles that needs to have your attention. In issue #12 Thor and Hyperion decide they will take on some of the responsibility for educating the transformed Savage Land children who appeared after the Ex Nihilo [...]
Age of Ultron is still going on, but Marvel (and most comic book readers) are already moving on and are getting ready for the next big event- Infinity by Jonathan Hickman. This will be Marvel‘s first cosmic event in several years. Hickman will be bringing Thanos back to the Marvel Universe in a big way. [...]
With Infinity coming up, it’s time to prepare books for the upcoming crossover. But with Avengers shipping twice a month, Jonathan Hickman gets more time to cap off his story lines. A common complaint for Avengers is that the team is all punch, no think. While they area team that responds to threats, it’s good [...]
We all knew that the events of Avengers vs. X-Men would reshape the face of the Marvel Universe, and now we see how exactly it will do so. Marvel will be relaunching the universe come this October. Unlike DC’s 52, the Marvel relaunch will not change any continuity. Books will be reworked and relaunched with [...]
Welcome to yet another review of The Manhattan Projects. This issue is called “The Rose Bridge” and the solicit info describes it as the life and death of Albert Einstein. Issue #4 of Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra’s series of alternative history series finally gives us what I’ve been yearning for- more Einstein! This issue [...]
After a few lackluster issues, it looked like Avengers vs X-Men had gone sour fast. But out of the sky comes…..a great issue? Jonathan Hickman finally discusses the aspect that everyone has been begging for: the philosophical debates. Many of the characters in this issue discuss both sides of this fight, and whether anyone is actually [...]
Marvel’s main event has been somewhat of a mixed bag for the last couple of issues. Some rather odd character development, and each writer’s own voice being morphed into something that isn’t their own, has made the event’s rather strong start seem like a distant past. Avengers vs X-Men #5′s character work is much stronger, [...]
“NEVER GET CAUGHT” We learn the secret past of the Steadfast Security’s chief operator as clues begin to appear regarding the mysterious KODIAC protocols. Someone gets out of jail, someone gets divorced, someone comes home dead. Secret follows on the heels of Jonathan Hickman’s other Image comic, The Manhattan Projects, which I absolutely love. You [...]
The solicit for Manhattan Projects #3 sums it up pretty well: THE BOMB The Death of FDR leaves the Manhattan Projects in chaos as questions of leadership arise. The world’s first Artificial Intelligence is created 40 years ahead of schedule. And whatever happened to the THIRD atomic bomb developed by Oppenheimer and his unparalleled Science [...]
This May, superstar writer Jonathan Hickman joins fan-favorite artist John Romita Jr as the Avengers face their biggest battle yet in Avengers VS. X-Men #4! The Phoenix Force is closing in on Earth, and Captain America has tasked Thor with stopping it…IN SPACE! With brawls exploding across the Savage Land, Wakanda, Tabula Rasa and [...]
If you remember, this time last month I reviewed the debut of Manhattan Projects by writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Nick Pitarra. If you missed it, you can click right here to catch up with what happened last month because I’m going to launch right into book 2. I’ll start off by saying I firmly [...]
Here is your first look at, FF #17, from the acclaimed creative team of Jonathan Hickman & Nick Dragotta.
Demand for new blockbuster series from Image Comics outstrips supply The demand for the debut issues of two of Image Comics’ newest comic book series, SAGA and THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS, has been so strong that the publisher has already ordered third printings for both titles. SAGA #1, the first issue of the new Image Comics series by Brian K. [...]
Thorverine reviews Manhattan Projects #1. Is it good or do we have a bomb on our hands?
Jonathan Hickman's return to independent comics, THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS #1, published by Image Comics, has sold out at the distributor level ahead of its in-store date of March 7.
SECRET is the first ongoing series by Hickman (Fantastic Four, Ulitmate Comics) with Image Comics, #1 will be in stores and on digital platforms on April 11.
Jonathan Hickman is set to depart Fantastic Four and Future Foundation (FF) this October. This will be the end of a three-year run for Hickman who started in 2009 with Fantastic Four #570. Hickman’s run has seen the introduction of an intra-dimensional council of Reed Richards analogs, The Human Torch dying then coming back, Spider-Man [...]
Marvel is teaming up with participating retailers to have an Avengers vs. X-Men launch party.
Marvel just launched a new original Marvel video series called AvX Battle Center! Jesse Falcon and Jeanine Schaefer chat about the upcoming Avengers Vs. X-Men story. In this first episode they tackle Captain America vs. Cyclops. Check it out!
Check out a comic book preview of the highly anticipated first issue of Avengers vs X-Men!
Marvel sent over a few preview pages of the upcoming Ultimate Comics Ultimates # 7! Check them out!
Marvel is pleased to present your first look at FF #15, from the critically acclaimed team of Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta.
Image Expo Announces that "Fatale" writer Ed Brubaker will be a special guest at February's inaugural Image Expo the Oakland Convention Center.