The arachnid-infested Manhattan is making a return to Battleworld this July. Your new look at Spider Island #1 will be a double does of eight-legged madness brought to you by not one, but two creative teams.
War never ends. Coming to you this July from the minds of chart-topping creators Charles Soule (Death of Wolverine, Inhuman) and Leinil Yu (Avengers) comes a new look at Civil War #1.
In hushed tones, voices laced with fear carry whispers of something horrifying and unexplained across Battleworld. He should be dead, but his legend is only growing stronger. One of the most vile villains in Marvel history is still drawing breath – and it’s none other than tyrannical Nazi, the Red Skull.
Marvel are pleased to announce that its latest issue, Star Wars #6, has sold out at the distributor level, and while there may be a few copies left at retail level (which is unlikely given the series popularity), Star Wars #6 will immediately return for a second printing.
This June, the fight of the century will be upon us as Deadpool and Thanos go head to head in Deadpool Vs Thanos #1. Written by Tim Seeley (Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy), with art by Elmo Bondoc (Ms. Marvel) and covers by Trad Moore (All-New Ghost Rider), this is sure to be a spectacle of combat like no other.
With the release of the much-anticipated Deadpool film looming on the horizon, star Ryan Reynolds has revealed that his X-Men Origins: Wolverine co-star Hugh Jackman is open to the idea of appearing in the film as Wolverine.
In the southern wastelands of Battleworld, a never-ending battle rages between a faction of cold, unfeeling machines and a horde of rotting, insatiable zombies that both seek supremacy.
Move over Green Lantern Corps, there’s a new force to be reckoned with on the pages comic books! This June, get ready to be introduced to the newest police force to enter Battleworld, the Thors!
Marvel’s standalone films are reaching such a huge scale all over the world that it’s really no surprise they get so much attention, especially during the production stage.
With the news that came out a few months ago, that Marvel has reclaimed the rights to Spider-Man, and that they’d be rebooting the franchise (again, after the less-than-warm reception of The Amazing Spider-Man 2), tongues started to wag and minds started to race as people wondered who would be the next actor to don the iconic red and blue tights. With word on the street being that Asa Butterfield is going to be the next Spider-Man, the next question people are asking is: who will he be going up against? Which villain will we see Spidey pitted against in a life-or-death situation? With that in mind, here are a few villains that we’d love to see in the next Spider-Man movie.