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Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's Civil War is widely considered the greatest Marvel event of all-time, and a new teaser - featuring Captain America and Iron Man battling over Spider-Man - released today reveals that Civil War #1 is coming next year. Wait, what?!
The fourth trailer has hit for the newly renovated Spider-Man Unlimited game! This trailer focuses on one of the toughest members of the Sinister Six, Sandman! Hit the jump to check it out!
Fandango has released their top 5 movie-related halloween costumes and just like the last 2 years Marvel is on top, but who is the most popular character this year? Find out after the jump.
The Wolverine and the X-Men writer sat down with Newsarama to discuss the exciting unveiling of an ongoing series starring Spider-Gwen, teasing character development, musical inspirations, the effect of Spider-Verse, and future storylines.
Marvel has unveiled another month of themed variants, with Phil Noto (Uncanny X-Force, Black Widow) set to release 20 candid-based covers in February. Check out the four released so far, with his take on Rocket Raccoon, Black Widow and Hawkeye, Medusa and Jean Grey.
Though it was apparently confirmed at NYCC few days ago, it's been officially confirmed that Gwen Stacy will star in her own solo series as Spider-Woman, with the acclaimed creative team of Edge of Spider-Verse returning. Check out the first details and cover art after the jump!
At the "Axel-in-Charge" panel at the New York Comic-Con today, Marvel have finally made it official; the Fantastic Four will come to an end with issue #642 in a storyline showcasing the "closing act" of Marvel's First Family and sending the book "away for a while". Check it out!
Marvel have announced that a new Ant-Man series from Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas will launch next year which puts the spotlight on Scott Lang. Meanwhile, Hawkeye is also getting another ongoing from Green Arrow writer Jeff Lemire and Ramón Pérez. Check it out!
To tie-in with ABC's Agent Carter TV series, Marvel will launch the five-issue Operation S.I.N. in January, a story set in their comic book universe which focuses on Peggy Carter and Howard Stark. We also have cover art by Michael Komarck Gabriel Hardman. Hit the jump for details!
Recently, its been rumored that Marvel Comics will be cutting X-Men and Fantastic 4 comics, to spite Fox and to get their rights back. Well, you might be asking, who is really mature here? Is Obama responsible? Who can I sue? Well, for the answers, Better Call Saul!
Earlier this year Brian Michael Bendis' Guardians of the Galaxy and All-New X-Men collided for The Trial of Jean Grey crossover, and in 2015 a multitude of Guardians and X-related titles will take part in The Black Vortex. Hit the jump for more details.
With the recent news of Marvel Comics shutting down a few of their major comic books, is it fair to say that they are screwing fans, or is this just a brilliant business move?
There were some huge teasers dropped at this morning's "Meet Marvel" panel at the NYCC, with a teaser confirming that recent "The End Is Fourever" arc which will apparently disband the team and another featuring Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch with a "No More Mutants" tag...
After helping to establish the juggernauts that are the Spider-Man, X-Men, and MCU films, it looks like Stan Lee now has his eyes set for the world's largest film industry, India. It has been announced that Lee is in talks for his first Bollywood film, which would bring Chakra the Invincible to life.
Quite the controversy has stirred as of late concerning new mandates that Marvel has put in place regarding the future of the Fantastic Four and X-Men. But not all is lost. Click the title and see how I defend these new mandates.
In this unlettered preview of Dan Slott and Olivier Coipel's Amazing Spider-Man #9, Peter Parker and Silk head into action against the remnants of Otto Octavius' forces, while Morlun plots and other Spidey's arrive from their worlds, including Edge of Spider-Verse's Gwen Stacy!
If you or I said we wanted to play 'Superman' or 'Batman' nobody would care, but when a celebrity says they'd like to play a superhero everyone gets super excited. The latest story of this kind involves Aubrey Plaza wanting to be 'She-Hulk.' Neato.
As the clock runs out for our favourite mutant berserker, November will see the release of a one-shot dealing with the aftermath of his demise, with stories from Jeff Loveness, Joshua Fialkov and Rex Ogle. Check out the poignant variant cover from Julian Totino Tedesco..
Here is my reaction to the casting of Gambit for an upcoming X-MEN film.
No, April Fool's hasn't come early! For reasons known only to them, Marvel will next year launch a new Squirrel Girl series from writer Ryan North and artist Erica Henderson. It's called Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, and details and artwork can be found after the jump...
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