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A new poster for X-Men 4 X-Men Origins: Wolverine has been released. And if you didn’t know yet, every mutant ever created is featured in the film…
The epic action flick hits theaters on May 1st, 2009.
As much as I wanted to see Monsters vs. Aliens in 3D this weekend, I optioned to stay at home instead. There is a ton of stuff online to keep me busy! Enjoy the rest of the weekend…
Written by Marc Guggenheim with art by John Romita Jr., “Character Assassination” reaches its conclusion. The Menace and Spider-Tracer killer storylines introduced with Spider-Man’s Brand New Day come to a head.
I HATED the idea behind Brand New Day, and I really wanted to hate the series, but I have to admit that I’ve enjoyed Amazing Spider-Man since the “restart”. And I’m looking forward to seeing the resolution and fallout from Menace. The new issue came out today…
Cartoon Network and Marvel Comics are teaming up for the Marvel Super Hero Squad, a new animated series that will feature some of Marvel’s most popular heroes, including Captain America, Hulk, Wolverine, Iron Man, and Silver Surfer, among others. The network has ordered 26 episodes of the series.
The new cartoon is loosely based on Marvel’s weekly comic strip of the same name, which features a new strip every day. The new series will premiere in late 2009.
Yesterday saw the release of Secret Warriors from Marvel Comics. The issue was written by Brian Michael Bendis and Jonathan Hickman, with art by Stefano Caselli and a cover by Jim Cheung. Why is this issue worth reading? Because it has been far too long since Nick Fury had a series. Warriors ties into the recent “Secret Invasion” and its outcome, “Dark Reign,” and features Fury leading a team of young heroes against the new corrupt power within the Marvel Universe. The series promises super-powered spies, global criminal empires and just what happened to agents of S.H.I.E.L.D when the organization was dismantled.
My favorite thing about Nick Fury is the fact that even without powers, he’d step right into the face of any super villain and stare them down. Calling him a tough SOB is an understatement. So for Fury alone, I will check this out. I’ll be interesting to see if he’ll be enough to make me pick it up next month too.