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Here is a quick manip of how I think Doctor Octopus should look in The Amazing Spider-man franchise.
Many fans of Marvel Studios want the rights of their favourite characters to revert to Marvel Studios. I believe that there are some characters that would work on the universe they've set up, and some that won't.
In the first of three specials (Iron Man and Nova will also be part of this storyline), we catch up with Cyclops and his young team of recruits as Death's Head strikes and takes the leader of the mutant revolution hostage. Hit the jump for a first look at Uncanny X-Men Special #1!
The final chapter of the saga that started in Dimension Z begins in The Tomorrow Soldier, an epic new story arc kicking off in Captain America #22! After the Earth-shattering events of last issue, the Super-Soldier Serum within Captain America has been neutralized, reducing him to a feeble old man...
This July, Peter Quill flies solo for the very first time in The Legendary Star-Lord #1, the bombastic new series from writer Sam Humphries and artist Paco Medina spinning directly out of the pages of Guardians of the Galaxy and just in time for the highly anticipated summer blockbuster!
Some people are suggesting that Marvel abandon their Ant Man production, which is eight-years in the making, and surely tens of millions sank into development and pre-production, and is meant to be aimed at the ambitious release date of July 17, 2015.
In this week's weekly rundown I cover the latest news on the director search for Ant-Man, Doctor Strange finding a director, Thano's screen time in future Marvel films, loads of Star Wars news and much more!
Original Sin #3 continues the Marvel Universe murder mystery "whodunnit" saga with a stellar issue penned by Jason Aaron with a shocking ending that's sure to have your chin hit the floor.
Not a fan of Deathlok's redesign for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? Well, you're probably going to want to avoid the first issue of Original Sins then as the character gets a drastic TV inspired makeover! We also catch up with the Young Avengers. Check it out!
It's three months until one of the most popular members of the X-Men bites the dust, with Paul Cornell and Kris Anka counting down in Logan's solo title. Hit the jump to check out a preview of Wolverine #8.
Midtown Comics has revealed Guardians of the Galaxy variants from two of the hottest cover artists in comics - J. Scott Campbell's take on Rocket Raccoon, and Terry Dodson's humorous Legendary Star-Lord cover. Hit the jump to check them out!
Lately, there's been a heckuva lot of confusion surrounding the Infinity Stones in the MCU and I know I'm not the only one muddled up by the whole affair. So, to that end, I've decided to take a step back, back-track and look at the grander spectrum of all this stuff. Hit the jump to hear my thoughts...
In this first look at Brian Michael Bendis (Ultimate Spider-Man) and Stuart Immonen (New Avengers) All-New X-Men #28, we see the son of Professor Xavier and Raze recruit a deranged Beast to their cause; the future Brotherhood of Evil Mutants! Hit the jump to check it out.
Amazing X-Men #8 pits Wolverine against huge, scary sharp fanged monsters in the dark, frigid Canadian wilderness. Oh and there's a pretty nasty scene with a meat grinder too.
Comedian Paul Scheer is set to pen Deadpool Bi-Annual #1, which is sure to be filled to the brim with hilarity as the "Pool Man" takes a job at an aquatic park to battle crazed animal activists.
Dan Slott (Superior Spider-Man) and Ramon Perez (Wolverine and the X-Men) continue to reveal an untold tale from Peter Parker's first few weeks as Spidey, and in this first look at Amazing Spider-Man #1.2, we see the debut of Clash! Hit the jump to check it out.
In a new solo comic, Marvel's first family will venture to the outer reaches of the galaxy in an all new adventure, The Fantastic Four's 100th Anniversary Special! while the team is not 100 years old quite yet, this comic will imagine what we could see in 2061! Check it out!
Creating the mystical Asian MCU combining them into 1 continuity and using the Iron Fist as the lynch pin
The (very) popular creative team at CinemaSins have yet another video which most fans will likely agree with. This time, they're arguing for a film containing the characters owned by Sony, Fox, and Marvel Studios. Check it out!
Deep from within the twisted mind of Al Ewing comes a bloody tale of enormous were-roosters, giant alien baby heads, and a story that's heavy on character development, but light on action.
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