Lee plays a man pursuing the psychopath, played by Choi, who killed his fiancee.
One of the books I’m mosted excited for from Marvel’s All-New Marvel NOW! is “Hulk”. It’s not that I’m a big Hulk fan, but Waid and Bagley are a fantastic team who have potential to bring new readers to Bruce Banner and his beast. The first arc will apparently follow the story of “Who shot Bruce Banner?”. Check out all details and some artwork below. READ MORE
This year’s Marvel wedding has been announced, and who deserves to tie the knot more than Deadpool? Marvel is trying to keep his bride a secret until the wedding, which will go down in “Deadpool” #27.
The main story in the oversized issue is written by Messers Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn with art from Mike Hawthorne and Scott Koblish. Marvel is also bringing in some big guns for the big day including Fabian Nicieza, Mark Waid, Joe Kelly, Christopher Priest, Jimmy Palmiotti, Frank Tieri, Gail Simone, Daniel Way and Victor Gischler. See all the wedding details below. READ MORE
Pulse-pounding action-packed, “Shadow Walk” is an impressive original graphic novel from the minds of Mark Waid, Max Brooks, and Thomas Tull, that features monster attacks, shootouts, and plenty of kill scenes. By taking a single location, dark imagination has been let loose in this clever sci-fi/horror adventure. With one helluva tough guy leading the brigade, “Shadow Walk” is a fun-filled read that horror fans will love. READ MORE
I really hope this doesn’t become habit at Marvel. The publisher recently announced that the award-winning duo of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee were off the current “Daredevil” book only to re-announce this morning that the team will continue to work with The Man Without Fear in an All New Marvel Now! book “Daredevil”.
I like the idea of them starting a new arc with the hero, and thus kicking things off at issue #1 again to entice new readers, but did they really have to attempt duping us? Either way, look for “Daredevil” #1 in March. READ MORE
If you saw the cover for “Daredevil” #32 in shops yesterday, you’ll know Matt Murdock will be having an encounter with The Legion of Monsters. I’m so glad these dudes are making a comeback at Marvel because I have missed them dearly. This November, Daredevil must fight off zombies, werewolves, mummies, and the daughter of Satan.
Look for “Daredevil” #33 in shops November 20th, written by Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, with Jason Copland on art duties. Take a look at the preview after the break. READ MORE
With just over one month until the launch of “Shadow Walk”, Legendary Comics is distributing a 12-page preview to attendees at New York Comic-Con. Luckily, we’ve got a digital copy for those of you who couldn’t make it to NYCC. Revealing a story arc that sends readers crashing into the Valley of the Shadow of Death, this preview gives you an in-depth look into the world created by Mark Waid, Max Brooks, and Thomas Tull, and the acclaimed artwork created and designed by Shane Davis.
“Shadow Walk” hits stores on November 27. READ MORE
Mark Waid’s Thrillbent Comics, a website which offers free-to-read digital books from some of the biggest names in the business have just launched a new online store. Given that the books they put out are free, I imagine they aren’t taking in any cash, and this is their chance to do so. If you like what you read, you can purchase a PDF copy of the book. There are some great titles on Thrillbent (specifically “The Eighth Seal”, pictured above), so check them out. READ MORE
IDW and DC are teaming up to bring together the heroes of “The Rocketeer” and “The Spirit” for a four-issue pulpy romp crossover event. The series will be helmed by none other than the red hot Mark Waid, with artwork from Paul Smith.
The Rocketeer/Spirit: Pulp Friction will, of course, be a murder mystery that takes place in the gritty streets of Central City and eventually leads to Los Angeles so both heroes will get a crack at the case. The adventure begins July 10th, 2013. READ MORE
University tutor and doctroral candidate Christy Blanch is launching a wicked, and FREE online course, Gender Through Comic Books. The course boasts that it will have a sick lineup of guest speakers such as Brian K. Vaughan, Mark Waid, Scott Snyder, Matt Fraction, Brian Bendis and Gail Simone, plus access to existing interviews with Bendis, Fraction, Jason Aaron, Dan Slott, Jonathan Hickman and more. If that wasn’t enough, you also get access to live interactive interviews with Vaughan, Snyder, Simone, Terry Moore, Steve Wacker, Sana Amanat and Waid. READ MORE
Boom! Studios sent out a teaser image today (see below), stating something about “the original Avengers” and Mark Waid. Truth be told I had no idea what it meant until I did some research. Luckily, Bleeding Cool is more hip to the 1960s TV scene than us. Turns out Waid will be writing a “Steed And Mrs Peel” comic based on the classic british sci-fi/espionage show, The Avengers. READ MORE
Mark Waid has been writing in the comic industry for over 25 years, delivering some of the most memorable runs for major publishers. Waid recently announced that, while he loves working with print comics, he would be starting his own website, offering free original comics on a weekly basis. Waid and John Rogers launched their new site, Thrillbent, this week, and you can already read two digital comics, no matter what electronic platform you are using. Waid wrote, “Thrillbent was created because John Rogers and I believe strongly that comics can and will be a thriving mass medium in the digital age if–IF–they’re created for modern media devices and not exclusively for printed pamphlets that are overpriced, uninviting to new readers, and abominably distributed in only a relative handful of storefronts nationwide.” This is a bold move in an effort to gain new readers, and a huge step forward in the comics industry. Check out more details below. READ MORE