The Inhumans have a long, strange history in Marvel’s comics—and it’s about to get some new twists in a new miniseries, courtesy of some superstar comics talent.
Um, Marvel? We know that artist Phil Noto can’t physically draw all the Star Wars comics you publish, because you publish a lot, and he’s only human. But can you please make sure he draws the eventual Rogue One comic? Because, damn, just look at this.
It’s been a miserably sad week in the world of popular culture, but here’s something to cheer us all up: Marvel’s Star Wars comics are officially delving into The Force Awakens content in style, with a series all about our new favorite X-Wing pilot, Poe Dameron.
Next month, Marvel's comic books will have a set of 20 variant covers drawn by Phil Noto - and each brilliant cover is done in the style of retro photos from the sixties and seventies, like candid windows into the lives of the superheroic.
A weekend bash at Tony Stark's beach house in the Hamptons catches a relaxed moment with the Avengers. Crystal flirts with Johnny Storm at the Richards' posh New York bash. Senator Robert Kennedy plays host to the Fantastic Four.