Marvel Comics

Marvel Comics Marvel Worldwide, Inc., commonly referred to as Marvel Comics is an American company that publishes comic books and related media. In 2009, The Walt Disney Company acquired Marvel Entertainment, Marvel Worldwide's parent company. It began in 1939 as Timely Publications, and by the early 1950s had generally become known as Atlas Comics. Marvel's modern incarnation dates from 1961, with the company later that year launching Fantastic Four and other superhero titles created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and others. Among its characters are such well-known properties as Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor and Captain America.
Breaking down the upcoming slate of Marvel's releases, I theorize how Marvel plans to continue their winning strategy.
Quit crying MCU haters, let me wipe away your baby tears. Karl helps you find peace inside the shrine of the MCU.
Many things are going down in this preview of All-NEW X-Factor #18. Sunfire returns with a rather interesting proposal, and the rest of the X-Factor try to keep the peace between two countries that are engaging in war! Hit the jump to check it out!
The Hasagaua crime family has had a very big impact on Selina's life as she goes on her missions in the Underworld, and in this preview she learns the many unknown secrets! Hit the jump to check out this preview of Catwoman Annual #2
If you didn't know Jessica Jones' teenage life, then wait 'till you find out where she went to school...
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso sat down with CBR and told what he thinks about Spider-woman’s new costume, designed by Kris Anka. He also told how he responded to the Sony Hack and if that incident affected the comic world. Hit the jump to check it out!
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The Weekly Planet team break down news of Star Wars, Kong: Skull Island, Mad Max, Indiana Jones & we take a look at the whole Sony/Spider-man hack debacle. Plus we discuss the mid season finales for Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D, The Flash & Arrow! Hit the jump top support the show.
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A battle ensues, that results with Storm getting thrown into space! When she exits the Earth's atmosphere she sees a man... What will these shocking events result in? Who is this mysterious man that sits in space? Hit the jump to check it out!
In this preview of Black Widow #13, Black Widow doesn't know who to turn to for help or doesn't know who to trust. How will the master assassin handle all of these problems? Hit the jump for answers!
Last week, Marvel officially announced that Breaking Bad and Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 actress Krysten Ritter had landed the lead in A.K.A. Jessica Jones. Hit the jump to see what Ritter had to say about getting the part.
The final page of last month's All-New Captain America #1 found Sam Wilson (the new Cap) and Ian Rogers (the new Nomad) face-to-face with a collection of HYDRA's deadliest members. Check out a new preview of issue two, featuring the duo against Zemo and Crossbones!
Kris Anka (Uncanny X-Men) has created a fantastic new cover for Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez's Spider-Gwen #1, which is a continuation of Gwen Stacy's highly popular tale in Edge of Spider-Verse. Check out the cover, plus some comments from Latour, after the jump.
After swapping his mind into Peter's body, one of Spider-Man's greatest enemies, Doctor Octopus, set out to prove himself the Superior Spider-Man. He also completed Peter's PhD, fell in love with a woman named Anna Maria Marconi, and started his own company, "Parker Industries." But in the end Doc Ock realized that in order to be a true hero, he had to sacrifice himself and give control of Peter's body back to Peter.
Peter recently found out that someone else, Cindy Moon A.K.A. Silk, was bitten by his radioactive Spider giving her similar powers to Peter. And that's not the only thing they have in common.
The first issue of Angela's solo series dropped earlier this week, and CBR has a (fairly low-res) look at the next issue, featuring scenes in Asgard with Loki, Thor and Odin. Check out a small preview of Angela: Asgard's Assassin #2 after the jump.
It's a whole lotta Hulk madness as the super-smart and super-smashy Hulk Doc Green engages in a blistering battle with Thunderbolt Ross, known as Red Hulk. Hit the jump to check out a textless preview of Gerry Duggan and Mark Bagley's upcoming issue.
With the College Football Playoffs kicking off this January, Marvel released four new variant covers that feature the following characters: Ant-Man, Punisher, Captain America, and Hawkeye! Marvel's in, Are you? Check it out!
With the 50th anniversary of Marvel's Inhumans coming soon AND a movie on the way, artist Jose Ladronn has created a variant for the first issue of Uncanny Avengers which features the team, as well as some eerily familiar writing. Give us your thoughts after the jump!
The Marvel Universe’s newest series has everyone going nuts! Today, Marvel have released a first look at The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1, the all-new ongoing series from Eisner Award-winning writer Ryan North (Original Sins) and rising-star artist Erica Henderson!
February is a big month for Marvel with the launch of a number of new titles including Darth Vader and Spider-Gwen. Here, we take a look at just 10 of the best covers from the month featuring work from artists like Mark Brooks, Adi Granov, Phil Noto, Chris Samnee, and more...
This week will see the release of Captain America: Peggy Carter, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., a trade paperback which explores all of the pivotal moments in the comic book history of the character before Agent Carter stars in her own series on ABC this January. Check it out!
Daniel Acuna's variant for Jason Aaron and John Cassaday's Star Wars #1 sees Boba Fett and Han Solo recreate the iconic cover of Amazing Spider-Man #129 (which featured The Punisher taking aim at Spidey). This time however, it's Han who's in the crosshairs. Check it out!
Well, it's not Richard Rider, but this preview for the next instalment in Dan Abnett's stellar series offers us a look at a brand new character who'll be donning a Nova helmet! Hit the jump to check it out...
Arguably the most powerful villain in the Marvel universe squares off against 'the strongest there is', the Hulk in this new four-part story written by Jim Starlin. Hit the jump to check out this new preview for Thanos Vs. Hulk #1!