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Preview: VENOM #1

Preview: VENOM #1

VENOM #1 Written by Donny Cates Art by Ryan Stegman, JP Mayer, Frank Martin, Clayton Cowles Edited by Tom Groneman, Emily Newcomen, Devin Lewis, Nick Lowe Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: May 9, 2018 In the wake of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s collapse, an ancient and primordial evil has been awakened beneath the streets of New York,

Review: INFINITY COUNTDOWN #1

INFINITY COUNTDOWN #1 Written by Gerry Duggan Art by Aaron Kuder, Jordie Bellaire, Cory Petit, Mike Deodato, Jr., Frank Martin Edited by Annalise Bissa, Jordan D. White Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: March 7, 2018 What is it exactly that Infinity Countdown #1 is counting down to? We don’t get the answer in this issue,

Review: INFINITY COUNTDOWN PRIME #1

INFINITY COUNTDOWN PRIME #1 Written by: Gerry Duggan Art by Mike Deodato Jr., Frank Martin, Cory Petit Edited by Annalise Bissa, Jordan D. White Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: February 21, 2018 Infinity Countdown Prime #1 is a fine primer for the next Infinity Gems/Gauntlet/Stones event. Written by Gerry Duggan with art from Mike Deodato,

Review: MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #1

MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #1 Written by Chip Zdarsky Art by Jim Cheung, John Dell, Walden Wong, Frank Martin, Joe Caramagna Edited by Alanna Smith, Tom Brevoort Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: December 20, 2017 Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: I’m a sucker for team-up books. And Ben Grimm is one of my

Review: THE MIGHTY THOR #13

THE MIGHTY THOR #13 Written by Jason Aaron Art by Steve Epting, Frank Martin Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: November 23, 2016 Tolkien Avengers…..assemble! The League of Realms have come together once again to covertly whip some Dark Elf ass and make some great cracks along the way. It’ll all go swimmingly, right? There’s

Review: INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #6

  INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #6 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art by Mike Deodato, Frank Martin Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: February 2, 2016 The second arc of Invincible Iron Man picks up pretty much right where the last left off, but with a different visual tone. Brian Michael Bendis’ work is consistent with

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