Galactus has long been one of Marvel’s grandest villains—an almost unstoppable force who threatens the universe time and time again no matter how many times he’s turned away. But one of Marvel’s myriad new Avengers teams may have done something that changes Galactus for good... or at least, for a while.
Meet Kate Kristopher, the star of Image's highly anticipated comic Shutter #1, an ex-explorer who gets pulled into an adventure where she's less worried about demons and ninjas than her family's secret. Plus the new Ultimates, Samurai Jacqueline, and more!
Marvel revealed their post-Cataclysm plans for the Ultimate universe, and they are a doozy.. The line will be relaunched with three new titles — Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man, Ultimate FF, and All-New Ultimates — but "all-new" in this case is not just a marketing gimmick, it's the truth.
The end may be nigh! As the Utimates face off against the original Galactus in Cataclysm, the fate of the regular Marvel universe is in the hands of its third-most unlikely hero, Longshot! Plus: Girls’ Jonathan Luna returns, the ladies join the battle with Red Sonja, and a queen arrives in My Little Pony, all in this…
Marvel omnibuses are jam-packed with story, large enough for the coffee table, and heavy enough to incapacitate burglars. This week, Marvel drops Volume 2 of old-school Invincible Iron Man yarns, and a new arc from Matt Fraction's Iron Man run.
How will Chris Evans' Captain America look on the silver screen? Intrepid fans have begun Photoshopping Evans gussied up as Cap, and he looks red, white, and awesome.
It may be Christmas Eve tomorrow, but comic stores will still be opening their doors and selling new comics same as ever. What new releases should you be looking at as potential stocking stuffers?
Murder shatters the peace in a retirement community for old superheroes, in Gail Simone's awesome Welcome To Tranquility Vol. 1, out this week. The collection of the first six issues of Tranquility comes too late to win new fans and save the series from cancellation, but it's still worth picking up for bizarre…
Here's a close-up hands-on gallery of the i-Mate smartphones we saw last night. We got a quick hands-on with them, and to us they feel just as speedy—if not speedier than the HTC phones we're used to (thanks to the beefy processors they have inside). The D-Pad used for scrolling is more like a nub or a small joystick…