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Review: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #24

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #24 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art by Valerio Schiti Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: February 11, 2015 Guardians of the Galaxy #24, part two of The Black Vortex crossover, centers around a debate over how to handle the powerful cosmic item that the Guardians and the X-Men have their

Review: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #21

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #21 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art by Valerio Schiti, Jason Keith Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: November 21, 2014 The storyline featuring Venom is revisited as Valerio Schiti takes over penciling duties in the newest issue of Guardians of the Galaxy. After a three issue interlude to discuss the

Bendis & Schiti Take the GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY to the Planet of the Symbiotes

This November, dare to venture where no hero in the Marvel Universe has ever gone before as the Guardians of the Galaxy find themselves stranded on the home world of the Symbiotes! It all kicks off this November in Planet of the Symbiotes, the newest storyline beginning in Guardians of the Galaxy #21, from blockbuster

Marvel Announces Their YOUNG GUNS

Marvel Comics has announced a new team of Young Guns, superstar artists in the making that include Sara Pichelli, Ryan Stegman, Nick Bradshaw, Dave Marquez, Valerio Schiti & Mahmud Asrar. Official Press Release Recently announced this past weekend at C2E2 in Chicago, Marvel is proud to officially unveil the members of the All-New Young Guns,

THE HONOR ROLL: March 29, 2013

It’s Friday, and a Good one at that! If you have today off, it’s a great day to catch up on some fantastic comics! This was a strong week, but only five can make the weekly Honor Roll! Take a peek at the cream of the crop: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #1 Written by Brian

COMICS FOR HEROES Presents: The November File

This is the first in what will be a regular series that briefly reviews the books that I (Brian, President and Founder of Comics for Heroes) have read every month. There is no such thing as a bad comic — just one that may not be for you.  One of the great things about comics

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