With Marvel’s Age of Ultron mega-event in full swing, it’s the perfect time to catch up on the history of Marvel’s most diabolical Android (sorry Awesome Andy). [Read more…] about Best Ultron Comics to Read Before Marvel’s Age of Ultron
One of the best things about The Walking Dead on AMC from day one was the decision to make the show a true comic book adaptation.
Despite the fact that this show stems from Robert Kirkman’s highly enjoyable Image Comics run, it has never treated Kirkman’s comics like a Bible. That’s never been more true than the conclusion of last night’s season three finale. *Spoilers Follow!* [Read more…] about Monday Morning Comic Rack: Walking Dead Season 3 Finale Kills Comic Book Continuity
Getting excited about Iron Man 3? The final part of the Iron Man trilogy will be released in the US on May 3, 2013, and from what I’m hearing and seeing, it sounds like Iron Man 3 is more firmly rooted in specific stories from Iron Man’s comic book history than either of the first two films.
This post will outline some of the trade collections and comics most likely to provide background for the film, along with history of the movie’s villain, The Mandarin!
In theory, crossovers fulfill comic books’ promise of shared universes. The events and actions that impact one character in one book also affect another hero across town.
This is all fine and dandy – at least until you start trying to apply a chronological order to the cross-comic sequence. [Read more…] about Marvel Crossovers & Cross-Issue Tie-Ins – Age of Apocalypse, Maximum Carnage & More!
Let’s start with the positive: It’s been fantastic to see Marvel give their Unlimited digital subscription offering so much attention the past couple weeks. And hopefully all the “Spotify/Netflix of comics” press means even more dedication and support of the Unlimited service in the coming months.
One area that would make this even better – How about more Marvel Unlimited integration with the website features? [Read more…] about Monday Morning Comic Rack: Marvel’s History of Iron Man and Unlimited Integration