The Press Release:
Just announced at ComicsPRO in Portland, Oregon, everyone’s favorite web head will be starring in a new ongoing series this June from two of the comic book industry’s greatest creators! Writer Joe Kelly and artist Chris Bachalo are teaming up to give readers the most web-slinging action that can possibly be contained in a comic book!
“[Editor] Nick Lowe has a superpower. He picks up the phone, calls me and says the exact combination of words that make me want to drop everything and dive head first into the Marvel Universe. Last time it was Spider-Man, Deadpool, Ed McGuinness. No brainer, YES,” recounts Kelly. “This time it was Spider-Man, Non-Stop, Chris Bachalo. Again, YES… but ‘Non-Stop?’” Continue reading Marvel Announces “Non-Stop Spider-Man” Series For June→
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From the creative minds of comic legends Alex Ross and Jim Krueger, EARTH X introduced readers to a fascinating future where everyone was gifted with superpowers. Now, decades later, Ross and Krueger are reuniting for a prequel to their classic epic in January’s MARVELS X. To celebrate the return to this strange world, some of the industry’s best artists have crafted Marvels X variant covers featuring bold reimagined versions of your favorite characters! Keep your eyes peeled for these Marvels X variant covers and more throughout the month of January!
CAPTAIN MARVEL #14: MARVELS X VARIANT by ALEX GARNER
DEADPOOL #3: MARVELS X VARIANT by DAVID YARDIN with colors by MORRY HOLLOWELL
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In just a few short months, 2020 will be upon us and readers will enter the new year with an event that’s been decades in the making: IRON MAN 2020! To celebrate this landmark story and to bring in the new year in the grand Marvel way, the industry’s best artists have crafted spectacular 2020 Variant covers, reimagining your favorite Marvel character for the not so distant future!
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #35: 2020 VARIANT by DAVE JOHNSON
AVENGERS #28: 2020 VARIANT by EMA LUPACCHINO with colors by JASON KEITH
It’s time to start making a list for your New Years Comic Book Resolutions my Friends for as winter heads our way, so do the announcements for the brand-new titles that will be launching in the coming 2020 year. Read more down below about “Amazing Spider-Man: Daily Bugle”.
The Press Release:
Since the very beginning, The Daily Bugle has been an essential part of Spider-Man’s adventures and now, the Marvel Universe’s chief newspaper will be headlining a thrilling new limited series! AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: DAILY BUGLE will give readers an inside look at the ever exciting world of investigative journalism as Robbie Robertson follows a lead into Spider-Man and Kingpin’s past. And like any great news story, this series will have revelations that will change the way you view Spider-Man forever as Robbie discovers a secret that will affect anyone who’s ever come into contact with the web slinger!
Spanning five issues and tackling events from Nick Spencer’s current run on AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, this tale will be chock full of twists and turns as the Daily Bugle dig into the past to uncover the deadly truth. Guiding us on this winding journey will be writer Mat Johnson(Hellblazer Special: Papa Midnite, Incognegro, Loving Day) who will be making his Marvel Comics debut as well as Mack Chater, known for his acclaimed work on books like BLACK PANTHER AND THE CREW! This will be one story worth chasing and you can read all about it this January! Continue reading Marvel Announces “Daily Bugle” Series For January 2020→
As was widely circulated across the Interwebs over the last month or so, Spider-Man was effectively OUT of the MCU after Sony decided to pull the character out of the Marvel Studios stuff and get down to heavy productivity on their own Spider-verse. You might recall that Sony did a total of “5” Spider-Man films with “3” being with Tony Maguire and “2” with Andrew Garfield. The first two Toby films were solid but the third was a ramshackle mess and truth be told, the Andrew Garfield ones were not that compelling at all. Their last effort did so poorly that they planned on doing a Sinister Six and an Aunt May film before returning to a focused Spidey feature. Yeah good luck with that. It wasn’t until Marvel Studios Mastermind Feige presented an idea on integrating Spidey into his original and one true home with a film called “Captain America: Civil War”. It worked very well and showed just how much Spider-Man belonged back where he should be. Two Avengers and two focused Spider-Man films later it seemed all was lost when Sony decided to end the arrangement but fortunately for fans and most likely for Sony’s own pocket, a deal was reached and I’ve secured some official statements.
A statement from Kevin Feige reads: “I am thrilled that Spidey’s journey in the MCU will continue, and I and all of us at Marvel Studios are very excited that we get to keep working on it,” Spider-Man is a powerful icon and hero whose story crosses all ages and audiences around the globe. He also happens to be the only hero with the superpower to cross cinematic universes, so as Sony continues to develop their own Spidey-verse you never know what surprises the future might hold.”
A statement from Amy Pascal reads: “This is terrific, Peter Parker’s story took a dramatic turn in ‘Far From Home’ and I could not be happier we will all be working together as we see where his journey goes.”
Most readers know that Sony has held the license for Spider-Man for a couple of decades and this was signed over to them from Marvel way back in the 90’s when they were dealing with tough times. Sure it might have saved the company from bankrupcy but I never liked this deal because it seemed to give Sony the full control of characters created long after the ink was dry. IMHO that sucks and of course leads to nonsense like this initial division. While Disney will help to co-finance the upcoming third Spider-Man film is a good thing since they will reap some of the profits for their hard work, I am fairly certain that like myself, most fans just want him back under Marvel’s full control. Sure the “Venom” film was entertaining, but it was okay at best and I don’t know a single geek who cares about a non Spider-Man themed “Morbius” film. Sorry Jared, maybe you should have stuck to playing The Joker (only kidding since that was a terrible version of him). Now according to what I’ve been able to connect on this, it will be a one thing at a time sort of arrangement with Disney integrating Spider-Man into select films while Sony continues to build their own thing. I’d like to see him back in full but they aren’t going to let that license go at all so let’s cross our fingers for the best. What do you readers think about this news? Chime in down below in the comments section. See you soon.