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  • ADour

    Happy 80th Anniversary, Marvel!

    September 1, 2019 by ADour

    Eighty years ago this day (assuming you're in a time zone where it's still August 31, though to be fair I'm posting this fairly late), Timely Comics published , helping usher the Golden Age of Comic Books. That 10-cent comic book introduced the first of an endless pantheon of colorful super heroes, the original Human Torch, the Angel, the Sub-Mariner, the Masked Raider, and Ka-Zar.

    In our end, we've been celebrating Marvel's 80th Anniversary for a while, with the mosaic background image we have been sporting for a while now. It's a collage meant to represent and commemorate all the different facets of Marvel not limited to comic books, including some snippets of Marvel's history in animated series, movies, toys, video games and more! It als…

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  • ADour

    Over the past few days, Marvel gradually released a the folowing portofilo of teaser posters by Phil Noto which teased the different players that will take center stage in upcoming event Civil War II:

    With the heroes having chosen a side, have you?

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  • ADour

    Next year, one of Marvel Comic's biggest events ever gets a sequel. Inspired by Civil War, the comic event that ran from 2006 to 2007, comes CIVIL WAR II.

    Writer Brian Michael Bendis (Invincible Iron Man, Spider-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy) and penciler David Marquez (Invincible Iron Man, Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man) will pitch brothers-in-arms against each other once again. This time, Iron Man will be opposed by the new Captain America, Sam Wilson.

    According to Tom Brevoort: "The fun thing about CIVIL WAR [was] that the issues involved not only divided the heroes, they also divided the fans, to say nothing of the creative people. The attempt was to craft the conflict so that each side held a valid and defensible position, so that a reade…

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  • ADour

    Just yesterday Marvel unleashed a storm on the Internet with two posters teasing the future of the Marvel Universe with All-New, All-Different Marvel!

    It had also been revealed that our true first look at the new titles would come on July 1. But what can you say about the company that announced in press releases the identity of the new Thor and the death of Professor X one day before those things happened in comics?

    This blog is meant to be constantly updated with new titles being revealed, and here's the first one:


    Tony Stark is back courtesy of Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez, the Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man all-star team! Iron Man will encounter new enemies and a new love interest, and build a new armor with …

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  • ADour

    Yesterday Marvel released two brand-new promotional images showing our first look at the upcoming future of the Marvel Universe after Secret Wars. Well, the Free Comic Book Day comic was the first-first look, but "second look" wouldn't have the same ring in the title of this blog.

    On July 1, we will have even more information about All-New, All-Different Marvel in the form of said month's Marvel Previews.

    What do you expect of All-New, All-Different Marvel? Which characters in these posters caught your attention? Tel us in the comments right below!


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