The final issue of Age of Ultron hasn't been released as of yet, but Marvel has already unveiled an unlettered preview of Mark Waid and Andre Arajo's Age of Ultron #10A.I.; an issue which promises to feature some big changes in the life of Hank Pym. Check it out!
We've seen a few different pieces of artwork featuring 'Angela' over the last few weeks, but this is undoubtedly the best yet! Hit the jump for a first look at Joe Quesada's variant cover for Brian Michael Bendis' Age of Ultron #10.
Jeff Parker's lengthy run on Dark Avengers (which was previously known as Thunderbolts before a "Marvel NOW!" relaunch and rebrand) comes to an end with next Wednesday's issue #190 and we have a first look at the FINAL issue in the series right here.
Catwoman has infiltrated the headquarters of the Secret Society Of Super-Villains while the rest of her teammates continue trying to piece together what they so far know about them. What plans do they have in store for the Justice League of America? Hit the jump for a first look at issue #4!
Dc has released an unlettered preview for GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS #21. Hit the jump to check it out.
Jason Aaron's (Avengers Vs. X-Men) next big storyline kicks off in the pages of next Wednesday's Wolverine & The X-Men #30 as artist Pasqual Ferry (The Mighty Thor) joins the writer to tell the "Prelude to the Hellfire Saga". Check it out!
Who is the God of Thunder? What is the only place on Earth where you can find Vibranium? Who has the Infinity Gauntlet? What is Scarlet Witch's real name? Did you know the answers to these questions when you were 4-years-old? Hit the jump to see 4-year-old Mia Grace talk about Marvel trivia...
"Captain Un-America." Armed with various drums, signs and a rubber rat with "Marvel Studios" scribbled on its belly, the musicians protested at the film's Cleveland location along E. 6th Street and St. Clair early Thursday afternoon. Hit the jump for details...
Is this how Robin would look if he was evil? Check out the latest New 52 redesign from DC Comics, Scorn, the partner of anit-Batman Wrath.
Back from the wasteland with some good nuggets...
This week will see the release of X-Men #1; a new "Marvel NOW!" series featuring an all-female team of mutants from Brian Wood (Star Wars) and Olivier Coipel (Avengers Vs. X-Men). PLUS: We also have Skottie Young's fantastic "L'il Marvel" variant for the issue.
The former World Champion discusses going after more gold at Slammiversary, his similarities to Tony Stark and much more!
Tension has been high between Rogue and the Scarlet Witch since the very beginning of Rick Remender's Uncanny Avengers run, but the two will finally come to blows in the upcoming issue #9 if John Cassaday's cover is anything to go by. Check it out!
We've already seen the shocking cover to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #25 which features a new-look Leonardo joining the Foot Clan, but now IDW have released the covers for the rest of the "Cityfall" arc. See them after the jump..
Unsure about that new comic book title hitting the market? Well now you can rent the book first before committing to an actual purchase.
R.I.P. Comixpress...After nearly 10 years of operations, one of the last few print on demand companies around, has closed up shop for good.
Limited Edition Comix and Marvel artist Ed McGuinness have teamed up to produce a stunning Psylocke variant cover for X-Men #1 to benefit UK charity, The Sick Childrens Trust. Hit the jump to check the cover out and to read the press release in full!
For months now, someone has been tormenting both Matt Murdock AND Daredevil. Who is the mystery antagonist responsible for all the misfortune that's hit 'ol hornhead? Well, it's a very familiar villain with an extremely unique twist. Hit the jump to find out more!
This was a slow week in comics, but there are still a couple that I think deserve to be talked about here. This week my stack included Green Lantern #20, the final issue in Geoff Johns' run, and Young Avengers #5. As always, thanks for reading, and please share your thoughts on any of this week's comics below!
We've seen a glimpse of him already, but in the latest 'What's New in the New 52' editor-in-chief Bob Harras gives us a much better look at Wrath -- a character described at the Anti-Batman, set to be introduced soon in the pages of Detective Comics.