First Look: Red Skull #1 by Williamson & Pizzari

Vile Villains Loose on Battleworld! Your First Look at RED SKULL #1!

Red Skull #1

 

Here’s your first look at a few unlettered pages from Red Skull #1, a Secret Wars series by writer Josh Williamson and artist Luca Pizzari, on sale July 1st, 2015 from Marvel Comics.

 

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Hushed whispers cut across Battleworld. One of the most vile villains in history still straws breath. But how can this be? He should be dead! And yet his legend grows even stronger.

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Marvel Comics September 2014 Solicitations

Marvel Comics September 2014 Solicitations

Death of Wolverine #1

Here are the complete Marvel Comics September 2014 solicitations.

 

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RICK REMENDER (W) • SALVADOR LARROCA (A)
Cover by PAUL RENAUD
The MARCH to AXIS continues!
• Havok and his team defeated at the hands of the sinister S-Men!
• A dark secret in Genosha!
• The Red Skull’s revenge is now unstoppable.
32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99

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Marvel Announces Nine Part Fall Event – Avengers & X-Men: AXIS

Marvel Reveals First Cover & Details for
AVENGERS & X-MEN: AXIS!

Avengers & X-Men: AXIS

Marvel Comics announced their new Fall event – the nine part series Avengers & X-Men: AXIS to begin in October 2014. Here’s an advance look at their first cover.

 

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This October, the Marvel Universe prepares for the biggest battle its ever faced –Marvel is proud to present the first details for Avengers & X-Men: AXIS! AXIS, the nine part blockbuster comic event of the fall, brought to you by the chart topping creative team of Rick Remender, Adam Kubert, Leinil Yu, Terry Dodson and Jim Cheung, will take fans across the globe as the Avengers and the X-Men must band together to stop the destruction caused by one of the greatest villains in the Marvel Universe!

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First Look: Captain America #22 – His Greatest Villains Return

His Greatest Villains Return –
Your First Look at CAPTAIN AMERICA #22!

Captain America #22

Here’s your first look at Captain America #22 by writer Rick Remender & artist Carlos Pacheco, courtesy of Marvel Comics – on sale July 2nd, 2014.

 

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This July, the final chapter of the saga that started in Dimension Z begins in The Tomorrow Soldier – an epic new story arc kicking off in CAPTAIN AMERICA #22 by writer Rick Remender and artist Carlos Pacheco! After the Earth-shattering events of last issue, the Super-Soldier Serum within Captain America has been neutralized, reducing him to a feeble old man. After everything he’s already been through, how can Steve Rogers cope with such devastating loss? And can he continue to fulfill his duties as Captain America?

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Preview: Uncanny Avengers #3 by Rick Remender & John Cassaday

Red Skull Attacks In Your Marvel NOW!

First Look At UNCANNY AVENGERS #3!

Uncanny Avengers #3

Here’s your first look at some great artwork by John Cassaday from Uncanny Avengers #3. The cover and three unlettered pages are courtesy of our friends at Marvel Comics!

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Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Uncanny Avengers #3 from the chart topping creative team of Rick Remender and John Cassaday! Just as the Red Skull uses his new powers to incite violence against mutants across the globe, the Scarlet Witch and Rogue make a terrible discovery that will haunt him forever! Can the Uncanny Avengers stop the Skull AND his feared S-Men in time?

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Uncanny Avengers #2 Milo Manara Variant Cover Unveiled

Marvel NOW! – UNCANNY AVENGERS #2 MANARA VARIANT Cover Unveiled!Uncanny Avengers #2 Milo Manara

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Marvel is pleased to present your first look at the jaw dropping Uncanny Avengers #2 Manara Variant from legendary artist Milo Manara!

From the ashes of Avengers VS. X-Men an all-new, all-different Avengers assemble – enter the Uncanny Avengers! From the blockbuster creative team of Rick Remender & John Cassaday, Captain America and Wolverine begin a quest to create a sanctioned Avengers unit cast from the ranks of the Avengers and the X-Men.

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Review: Red Skull: Incarnate #4 (Marvel)

Red Skull #4Writer: Greg Pak
Artist: Mirko Colak
Colorist: Matthew Wilson
Letterer: Clayton Cowles
Cover: David Aja
Editor: Alejandro Arbona, Tom Brevoort
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Cover Date: December 2011
Cover Price: $2.99

 

We’ve seen what adversity young Johann has had to face and the effect it has had on his psyche. Johann is looking out for nobody but himself and will do anything to further his own goals. Whether it means he’ll randomly kill and innocent person on direct orders, or even one of his close associates; if it furthers his agenda, Johann will do so without hesitation.

The young Red Skull joins the Sturmabteilung, but is frustrated with their lack of power. Power is the one thing Johann is striving towards – regardless of how he accumulates it. He then tries to join the SS, but quickly learns that he’s still too young to join them.

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Review: Red Skull: Incarnate #2 (Marvel)

Red Skull #2Writer: Greg Pak
Artist: Mirko Colak
Colorist: Matthew Wilson
Letters: Clayton Cowles
Production: Clayton Cowles
Cover Art: David Aja
Editor: Alejandro Arbona, Tom Brevoort
Publisher: Marvel Comics 
Cover Date: October 2011
Cover Price: $2.99

 

As the German economy stabilizes in the mid-1920’s, after the Great War, it’s citizens are trying to get their lives and finances back in order. During this time there are two rival political factions that exist in the country – The Nazi Party and The Red Front. The Red Front are a Communist organization while the Nazis espouse a Nationalist and Fascist ideal; both are at ideological loggerheads and often clash in the streets.

After the events of the previous issue, Johann Schmidt is fending for himself in the streets when he comes across a group of young thugs led by a boy named Bormann who ‘runs’ that particular street. After their confrontation, Johann escapes and encounters a Jewish family. Lying about his past, they take him in as a guest; this impresses Bormann enough to make him a part of his gang.

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Review: Red Skull: Incarnate #1 (Marvel)

Red Skull: Incarnate #1Writer: Greg Pak
Artist: Mirko Colak
Colorist: Matthew Wilson
Letters: Clayton Cowles
Production: Clayton Cowles
Cover: David Aja
Editor: Alejandro Arbona, Tom Brevoort
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Cover Date: September 2011
Cover Price: $2.99

 

Red Skull: Incarnate #1 first grabs you with it’s strikingly terrifying cover, and continues with a raw intensity that pulls no punches.

Saying that David Aja’s cover art is striking is putting it mildly. You can feel the intense hate and evil jumping right out of the Eastern European war propaganda style cover to this book. Although it’s stylistically different from the interior artwork by Mirko Colak, it fits the issue very well.

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