Miles Morales Braves A Whole New Universe in SPIDER-MAN #1!
He’s the wallcrawler that made pop culture history and took the Ultimate Universe by storm. Now he’s ready to make history again, as he finds a new home in a completely new universe. Welcome to the Marvel Universe Miles Morales – hope you survive the experience!
Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Take a Stand in
AVENGERS: NO MORE BULLYING #1
New One-Shot Brings More Attention towards
Marvel’s Anti-Bullying Campaign
Marvel Comics continues its stand against bullying with a specially priced ($1.99), 40 page one-shot comic: Avengers: No More Bullying #1 featuring three new stories including Jody Houser’s Marvel writing debut.
Here’s a four page first look preview of Avengers: No More Bullying #1 by Gerry Duggan, Sean Ryan, Jeff Loveness, Jody Houser, Carlo Barberi, Tana Ford, Marcio Takara, & Gustavo Duarte, on sale January 7th, 2015 from Marvel Comics.
The Return of Spider-Man Noir!
Your First Look at EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #1!
Here’s a four page first look at Edge of Spider-Verse #1 by writers David Hine & Fabrice Sapolsky and artist Richard Isanove, on sale September 10th, 2014 from Marvel Comics.
The biggest Spider-Man event in history is just around the corner as every Spider-Man from every universe unite in Spider-Verse! But first, the madness kicks off in Edge of Spider-Verse, a new 5-issue mini-series spanning multiple universes and the Spider-Men (and women) who inhabit them!
75 Years of Marvel:
From The Golden Age to The Silver Screen
This Fall, Marvel & Taschen are publishing an enormous 700+ page magnum opus, written by Roy Thomas, entitled 75 Years of Marvel: From The Golden Age to The Silver Screen.
In celebration of Marvel’s 75th anniversary, this fall, TASCHEN presents 75 YEARS OF MARVEL: FROM THE GOLDEN AGE TO THE SILVER SCREEN, a 700+ page magnum opus of the most influential comic book publisher today with an inside look, not only at its celebrated characters – Captain America, Spider-Man, Thor and Iron Man, but also at the “bullpen” of architects whose names are almost as familiar as the protagonists they brought to life—Stan “the Man” Lee, Jack “King” Kirby, along with a roster of greats like Steve Ditko, John Romita, John Buscema, Marie Severin, and countless others. With essays by comic book historian and former Marvel editor-in-chief Roy Thomas, this book delves into the hearts of thousands of costumed characters who continue to fight the good fight in comics, movies, and toy aisles of the world.