Marvel’s newest event story is shaping up to be a pretty exciting one, as writer Jason Aaron keeps the tension high and the action plentiful in WAR OF THE REALMS #2.
The Russo brothers have admitted to changing trailer footage for the AVENGERS: ENDGAME trailer. This leads us to ask what is real and what is not?
Because CAPTAIN MARVEL predates most MCU storylines, it’s easy to feel like the titular protagonist’s origin is underdeveloped by comparison. However, I’d argue this reflects a larger trend in cinematic universe storytelling: MCU origin films provide only a template of character growth that is truly explored in future sequels and crossovers.
Jason Aaron and David Marquez bring the vampire war to a close with AVENGERS #17. This is one issue no Avengers fan should miss out on.
AVENGERS #15 pulls out all the stops. Between Jason Aaron’s pulse-pounding narrative, and David Marquez and Erick Arciniega’s gorgeous pages, this could easily be the best issue of Aaron’s AVENGERS thus far.
Shuri and Iron Man must deal with an alien enemy in SHURI #5. With a miniature black hole in the middle of the desert, these two geniuses must act fast.
The Shadow Colonel and his Legion of the Unliving have arrived in AVENGERS #14, and they’ve got the Marvel Universe vampires running scared.
People are attacking each other as if in a video game in TONY STARK: IRON MAN #8. To make matters worse, they’re wearing Stark tech!
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X-MEN RED #11 delivers an explosive ending to Jean Grey and Cassandra Nova’s never-ending feud. With her friends helping her, will Jean be able to finish Nova off once and for all?