Check out this awesome fan film based on the Marvel Comics limited series, Marvel Zombies vs Army of Darkness. Featuring Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Wolverine and Ash, this fan-film doesn't take itself too seriously.
We've already seen Alex Ross' stunning variant covers for The Avengers and Fantastic Four celebrating Marvel's 75th Anniversary, but the publisher has now unveiled his take on The Man Without Fear for Mark Waid and Chruis Samnee's Daredevil #1. Check it out!
It was recently revealed that Marvel are planning on cancelling Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's Eisner Award winning Daredevil, but the first artwork and details have been released for...Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's Daredevil! Hit the jump to check it out.
Savage Wolverine's latest creative "team" is none other than Amazing Spider-Man and New X-Men artist Phil Jimenez! In this first look at issue #12, Wolverine heads off on his annual safari in the African veldt, coming face to face with a dangerous new killer...
After the events of "Into The Grave", Kaine now has to make a choice...one that may see him leaving his new life forever, in Scarlet Spider #24. Meanwhile, the Carnage symbiote sets its sights on The Wizard in a first look at Superior Carnage #5. Hit the jump to check them out!
"Battle of the Atom" may be over, but the members of the Jean Grey School still have a lot of unanswered questions! Luckily(?) for them, Maria Hill and a platoon of S.H.I.EL.D. agents arrive on their doorstep in this first look at Wolverine and the X-Men #38!
The second tier (but ever popular) character will get his own Marvel NOW! ongoing series from acclaimed writer Warren Ellis next year. After the jump you can see some stunning interior artwork from Declan Shalvey in a 3 page unlettered preview.
We've reached the final issue of Avengers Arena with Wednesday's issue #18, and not everyone is going to make it out alive as Arcade's mad plan comes to pass! In this first look at the issue, Avengers Academy member Hazmat gets ready to explode...
Marvel has released the preview panels for the conclusion to their big event Infinity written by Jonathan Hickman and penciled by Jim Cheung and Dustin Weaver.
"The Darkest Hour" begins and 'Agent Venom' returns to New York City in this first look at Superior Spider-Man #22! Flash Thompson is best friends with Peter Parker, but now that he's dead, how will the "Superior" Spidey deal with him? Check it out!
Marvel have revealed another of there characters, Uncanny X-Men's Morph (Benjamin Deeds), as a homosexual. Hit the jump to hear more!
Cyclops got the last laugh at the end of "Battle of the Atom" when Kitty Pryde and the Original Five X-Men decided to leave Wolverine and join his Uncanny team of revolutionaries. In this first look at All-New X-Men #19, the youngsters head into battle!
Kang the Conqueror takes a trip through time and assembles a team of his own - which includes May Parker, Arno Stark, Doctor Doom and Deathlok - in this first look at Rick Remender (Captain America and Steve McNiven's (Nemesis) Uncanny Avengers #14. Check it out!
And it's probably not who you were expecting! The silhouetted image released as a teaser led many fans to assume the new member of the team would be Cable, but it's someone quite a bit more..Venomous! That totally gave it away didn't it? Okay, yeah it's Venom.
Marvel have released an unlettered preview of next month's Superior Spider-Man 24, and it appears as if Otto Octavius is about to embrace the Venom symbiote and make it his own! Of course, he'll have to get through Flash Thompson first. Hit the jump to check it out!
Next month, artist Javier Rodriguez will once again team with writer Mark Waid for a tale which will feature Matt Murdock returning to New York City only to discover that The Sons of the Serpent are out to take down the Man Without Fear before he can completely dismantle them!
There seems to be a bit of a trend of having mutant characters kiss on the covers to the All-New X-Men series (well, if twice is a trend) and this time it's young Scott Summers and the debuting X-23. Check out an unlettered preview after the jump.
Rumour has it that Marvel Comics are planing to make rather large changes in the not to distant future. Hit the jump to find out more
Debuting in February as part of Marvel's "All-New Marvel Now" initiative, James Robinson and artist Leonard Kirk will bring us a rebooted Fantastic Four, complete with radically revamped duds. See some new images after the jump.
Are they any good? After the Jump! Spoilers involved.