Age of X-Man: Apocalypse and The X-Tracts #1


"I suddenly had this fully formed vision of a militant '60s X-Men team... like the Weather Underground meets Doom Patrol. Hippie, beatnik superhero revolutionaries. When I decided Apocalypse was going to be a combination of Professor X and Andy Warhol, I knew I had my in, and finally a use for my years of Art History college classes." -- Tim Seeley

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You Are Deadpool #5 - "The Final Frontier"

We FINALLY reboot the Marvel Universe! About time, eh, reader? -- Al Ewing

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You Are Deadpool #3 - "Season of the Wizard"

Which will be YOUR favorite issue? The tutorial-y goodness of #1? The endlessly replayable #2? The Scorpion-Swamp-meets-Mega-Man flavor of #3? Issue #4, with its scavenger hunt for the clues to the Kingpin's code? Or #5, when we get REALLY strange? -- Al Ewing

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You Are Deadpool #1

Probably the furthest I've gone in terms of formal experimentation - it was going to be just a fun thing, but then it spiraled out of control into this deeply creatively and mentally challenging project. Which makes it sound less fun - but for the reader, I can promise that it'll be incredible fun. You'll know what I mean when it gets announced. It's so fun. -- Al Ewing

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Deadpool #27: "And Now for Something Completely Different"

'Gerry Duggan is doing some phenomenal work helping to set up the road to “Secret Empire” in both “Deadpool” and “Uncanny Avengers.”' - Nick Spencer

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[Secret Wars] Mrs. Deadpool and the Howling Commandos #1

Enter the region of Battleworld known as... MONSTER METROPOLIS.

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[personal profile] sherkahn2012-08-31 07:48 am

Deadpool #60 preview...

Because you need mindless, bathroom humor on Fridays like this.

ComicBookResources has unleashed one of the most dastardly evil weapons known to fiction. And it's in Deadpool's hands.... well, see the pic and you will understand.

Not for the squeamish or light-of-heart.

Chimichanga!!!  )

Guest starring Ms. Marvel

Since Brian Reed stopped being interested in her series (which was then cancelled) and the first incarnation of the Bendis' Mighty Avengers finished (both of which seem to coincide right about Secret Invasion), Ms. Marvel's not had a lot to do in the Marvel universe. She's been Avengers wallpaper, occasionally coming to the fore when something needs to be hit and stand in crowd scenes.

I don't believe that she's even had notable gust star spots, except in Black Widow and the Marvel Girls. As you can see from the cover, this series carries Marvel's guarantee of good, clean, done-in-one superhero storytelling. For those new to Marvel comics, just look for the TOBIN mark on the cover. In this instance, it's next to the barcode at the bottom of the page.

This series tells the story of Natasha's development from raw recruit in the Soviet secret service (she's literally a child in #1) and her rise through the ranks and SHIELD. It's essentially Black Widow team up, featuring Storm, Wasp, Enchantress and Ms. Marvel

We're in Ashdod, Israel, where Natasha is on the hunt for Ms. Marvel. She leaves the hotel room that Ms. Marvel has been staying at and on the street sees somebody drive a van into a building.

Drive like you explode it )
What happens next? More? I heartily recommend this