Fear Agent creator Rick Remender tweeted this awesome comics cover, which introduces a superfreaky version of the Incredible Hulk. The only problem we can see in this storyline: the Rick James Hulk would instantly be in a love triangle with Peter Parker, because he's in love with Mary Jane. (She's his main thang.) […
Out of all the X-Men titles on the stands, writer Rick Remender's Uncanny X-Force has consistently been one of the best. This is thanks to intricate story arcs, the morally muddled politics of Wolverine running an assassination squad, and the comic's willingness to delve into byzantine corners of X-Men lore.
All this week, we've been gearing up for the conclusion of the "Dark Angel Saga" storyline in Uncanny X-Force, one of the most rollicking X-comics to date.
One of the more colorful X-Men titles on the stands is Rick Remender's Uncanny X-Force. Replete with gorgeous visuals (courtesy of artists like Jerome Opena) and steeped in X-Men lore, Uncanny X-Force has been a rock-solid read for fans of full-blown mutant insanity.
This week, io9 is teaming up with Marvel Comics to celebrate the release of Uncanny X-Force #18, the final issue of author Rick Remender's eight-part mutant epic "The Dark Angel Saga." This issue promises to have longstanding ramifications for founding X-Man Archangel, who's been almost irrevocably corrupted by the…
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, here's an exclusive sneak peek at the cover of Secret Avengers #21.1. In this issue, author Rick Remender corrals a new team of covert-ops superheroes.
Remember the New Fantastic Four, a short-lived 1990 incarnation of the team featuring Spider-Man, Wolverine, Hulk, and Ghost Rider? Next February, Marvel Comics will pay homage to that wacky roster with a story arc in Venom starring Red Hulk, Venom, X-23, and Ghost Rider.
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.
Somewhere in the halls of NBC, an ad executive is looking at the high concept of Rick Remender and Eric Nguyen's new comic Gigantic and weeping openly. He's wondering just why he didn't come up with the idea of a superhero reality show where a brainwashed alien hero fights against a series of threats to the survival…