You might have noticed that for the past few years, Thor has not been a title used by the man who’s been Thor since 1962. The role has been taken up by none other than Jane Foster, and she’s been doing a damn good job. But although her adventures are continuing, the Odinson is finally back with a comic of his own.
Thor is currently facing a whole heap of problems in The Mighty Thor—and so is Jane Foster. Everything is about to get trickier with the re-arrival of Loki in her adventures. But that’s not the weirdest thing going on with Loki’s return ... his face is.
Darth Vader should be an immensely intimidating figure. Emphasis on the should, because over the years, his appearances in increasingly silly scenarios as part of Star Wars’ place in pop culture have blunted his reputation. But Vader Down’s first issue is a fantastic reminder that we should never underestimate the…
After taking a break from its ongoing story last month to give us a badass Ben Kenobi side story, this week’s issue of Marvel’s Star Wars series gets ready to deal with the fallout from that insane twist that sent ripples through the new Star Wars canon. It also gives us Princess Leia being awesome.
Marvel tiptoed into the lady-dominated domain of daytime TV today to announce via The View that as of October, Thor will be a female character.
How does a guy known for writing Punisher and Wolverine tackle the highfalutin fantasy of Asgard? If you're comic scribe Jason Aaron, you bring in berserkers, beer, beards, and a mystical serial killer who targets gods.
Two stupidly good comics are out tomorrow! One is about the hulking, living detritus of a clandestine NASA operation, the other is about Wolverine starring in a mutant-centric version of Yo Teach! Flights of fancy, ahoy!