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Marvel Announces AVENGERS: NO SURRENDER

Marvel Announces AVENGERS: NO SURRENDER

New York, NY—September 28, 2017—It’s the end of an Avengers Era as we know it! And in the team’s final days, a change has come to the Marvel Universe in the form of a story that’s filled with so much action and so much drama, Marvel had no choice but to make it a weekly

Interview: Around the Marvel Universe with Al Ewing

The Marvel Universe has been to unique and strange places under Al Ewing’s pen. He’s shown the grounded Heroes being Mighty Avengers, made the premiere Marvel Superhero Team with The Ultimates, and made Sunspot a super spy inside the pages of New Avengers and evolved his adventures into U.S. Avengers. Suffice it to say, Ewing

Review: U.S.AVENGERS #1

U.S.AVENGERS #1 Written by Al Ewing Art by Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, Jesus Aburtov, Chris Eliopoulos Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: January 4, 2017 Roberto Da Costa, our newest Citizen V, is leading a new team of powered individuals in the fight against crime. Through their efforts to take down a roaming volcano helicarrier,

Marvel Announces New INHUMANS Titles for 2017

New York, NY—November 23rd, 2016 — A new day dawns on the Inhumans this Spring as the super-powered race charges headlong into RessurXion! From the ashes of Inhumans vs. X-Men comes new stories, new creators and unbelievable action. Today, Marvel is pleased to announce three brand-new Inhumans titles – ROYALS #1, BLACK BOLT #1 and

Review: THE ULTIMATES #11

THE ULTIMATES #11 Written by Al Ewing Art by Kenneth Rocafort, Djibril Morissette, Dan Brown & Joe Sabino Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: September 28, 2016 If you solve a problem like Galactus, you can solve anything, right? Thanos makes his break with Connor, ultimately leading to a confrontation with the Ultimates. While the

Review: THE ULTIMATES #10

THE ULTIMATES #10 Written by Al Ewing Art by Kenneth Rocafort, Djibail Morissette, Dan Brown & Joe Sabino Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: August 17, 2016 I have unfortunately found a Carol moment that makes me more sad than her interactions with Julia Carpenter in the first Civil War. *sad face* Tension is mounting

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