This May, the “Amazing Spider-Man” comic reaches its 800th issue and to say that this is an exciting time in the minds of fans is an understatement. Check out the latest news from The House Of Ideas and a variant cover program to help in the celebration. Before you get into the scoop on this one, you might want to check out the narrative about the historic issue that ran back in February. Check in out by clicking HERE.
The Press Release:
It’s all been building to this – the biggest Peter Parker and Norman Osborn story of all time, and the first Marvel comic EVER to hit 800 issues! In celebration of the 800th issue of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and the now historic run of Dan Slott. Witness the culmination of the Red Goblin story as Slott is joined for his final issue by epic artists such as Stuart Immonen, Humberto Ramos, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Jim Cheung!
The rundown of updates:
4/9 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry great John Romita Sr. and Richard Isanove!
4/11 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry great Mark Bagley!
4/13 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry great Terry Dodson!
4/16 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry great Ron Frenz, with inks by Brett Breeding and colors by Dave McCaig!
4/18 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry greats Greg Land and Rachelle Rosenberg!
4/19 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist Moebius! Marvel is excited to announce that this variant will also have a virgin variation.
4/20 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist John Cassaday and colorist Paul Mounts!
4/23 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist Frank Cho and colorist David Curiel!
4/24 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist Nick Bradshaw and colorist Morry Hollowell!
4/25 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist Paolo Rivera! Continue reading Marvel Comics Presents: “Amazing Spider-Man” #800 Variant Covers By Industry Legends→
Get ready for action as the Dora Milaje (who we met in the hit film “Black Panther”) meet The Marvel Universe in Wakanda Forever! As you know, I’ve been aiming at announcing a whole lot more of the comic book stuff since we love it so much and here now the press on this brand new one-shot issue.
The Press Release:
After their scene-stealing theatrical debut in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, Wakanda’s fiercest warriors are traveling outside of their country to fight new threats and new troubles, in an all-new story by award-winning science-fiction and fantasy author Nnedi Okorafor.
A Hugo and Nebula Award winner whose best-selling books include the Binti trilogy, Who Fears Death and Akaka Witch, Nnedi first brought her storytelling to Marvel in the digital comic series Black Panther: Long Live The King and in the Vernomverse anthology story “Blessing In Disguise.” With art by Alberto Jimenez Alqurquerque (Jean Grey), WAKANDA FOREVER: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1 brings the Dora Milaje out of their vibranium city and into New York in the first of a three-part story when a Wakandan threat falls upon Manhattan – and they meet webslinger Peter Parker! The Dora Milaje’s adventures continue in WAKANDA FOREVER: X-MEN and WAKANDA FOREVER: AVENGERS in July and August. Continue reading Black Panther’s Dora Milaje Meet The Marvel Universe in “Wakanda Forever!”→
Congratulations readers you have safely arrived at the final batch of posts for the 2016 NY Comic Con. I’ve been doing this sort of post for a couple of weeks in order to make sure I got all of the necessary images to your favorite device. Today begins the Sunday session of NYCC which is the “Family Day” event. That means a whole LOT of little ones are scurrying about so you need to pay attention. If you are just now joining into the proceedings please click on THIS LINK first since it will bring you a rundown of all the chapters that have been posted before this one. I’ll start my visuals with a super team of creatives in Marjorie Liu and Amy Chu. I need to look more into Marjorie’s work as “Monstress” sure sounds interesting. Amy is known to me for her work on the brand new KISS Comic which I have read in previews. They were at the Comixology table signing the trading cards with their faces on them.