Today Austin, TX based art gallery MONDO announced Mike Mitchell’s third solo show. The theme of the show is Marvel Comics and the art will be 100% official. The opening is scheduled for April 25, 2014.
You just can’t keep the Man Without Fear down! Matt Murdock makes his All-New Marvel NOW! debut with an exciting new monthly series starting with Daredevil #1 this March!
Beloved by critics and fans alike, Eisner-Award winning storytellers Mark Waid (Captain America, The Amazing Spider-Man) and Chris Samnee (Thor: The Mighty Avenger) re-team to take Marvel’s fearless hero in a bold new direction – starting with a move to The City by the Bay!
Spinning out of the groundbreaking new Infinite Comic series Daredevil: Road Warrior, Daredevil #1 marks a new start for Matt Murdock. Armed with an imperceptible radar sense and a passion for justice – the blind lawyer from Hell’s Kitchen is ready to make his mark on the Golden City’s streets. But, San Francisco local vigilante, The Shroud is already keeping the street safe – and he’s not ready to share the spotlight!
Big changes are in store for the Man Without Fear – as old haunts and familiar faces emerge ready to give the devil his due!
Every first issue bearing the All New Marvel NOW! branding includes a code for a free digital copy of that same comic on the Marvel Comics app for iOS and Android devices.
Free Comic Book Day is today, Saturday May 4, 2013. Participating comic book shops across North America and around the world give away comic books absolutely FREE to anyone who comes into their stores.
Here is a look at some of the free comics that will be given away:
Please check with your local comic book shop for their participation and rules.
A special Zero Year tie-in! Bruce Wayne’s first year as the Dark Knight has just barely begun…and already dangerous elements are coalescing, leading Bruce toward his final destiny. Written by Scott Snyder with art by Aaron Lopresti and a striking cover by Jock, the 48 page annual ($4.99) will be available on July 31st.
Marvel Comics has released its new Marvel Unlimited iOS app, enabling iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users to access Marvel’s digital comics subscription program.
Though the app is free, subscriptions to the Marvel Unlimited service are $10 a month, or $60 for a year.
About 13,000 back issues of Marvel comics are included with the service. Comics can be added to a user’s library, and six issues can be stored for offline reading; downloaded comics can be synced across all of a user’s devices.
Peter Phillips, SVP of Marvel Digital, said most major Marvel titles “should be in there at six months,” according to a report; all of the comics available through Marvel Unlimited are at least six months old.
DC fans have been hoping that the comic publisher would revive the team up of Batman and Superman in the New 52. The comic book series will be relaunched this June titled Batman/Superman. USA Today revealed that World War Hulk writer Greg Pak will pen the new series with The Inhumans artist Jae Lee drawing.
The title will differ from Justice League and other instances in the New 52 where the characters team up by focusing instead on the time these two characters met for the first time.
Batman/Superman marks Jae Lee and Pak’s first time working directly together — Lee had done covers for the 2005 Marvel miniseries Marvel Nemesis: The Imperfects, one of Pak’s earliest comics.