Welcome to the Comic Book Herald Complete Marvel Reading Order Guide. Some quick words of explanation that should help answer the most frequent questions.
In the years I’ve worked editing and updating this guide, I’ve focused primarily on the modern era of comics from the late 90’s through the 2000’s. If you’re interested in every year of Marvel, I recommend ‘My Marvelous Year‘ the Comic Book Herald reading club that takes you through every single of year of Marvel comics. You can also check out the Ultimate Guide to Marvel Unlimited for the best available comics throughout Marvel’s History (for example, I find Age of Apocalypse worth its own guide), or the individual character reading orders below. For the most part the list below is for the Marvel Universe around the launch of Marvel Knights and up through present day.
Otherwise, I believe the list is largely easy to follow. If you have questions, or guides you’d like to see, let me hear about it here.
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Fast Tracks & Other Reading Lists
* 1961 to 2000 Essential 25 Trade Collections Fast Track *
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* 2000 – 2012 Essential 25 Trade Collections Fast Track *
* The Best 100 Marvel Stories From 1998 to 2015 *
* Marvel Cosmic Comics From 1963 to Present *
Dave’s Note: You do not need to read Star Wars comics as part of the Marvel reading order, and vice versa! That said, Marvel Unlimited offers a GREAT selection of Star Wars comics.
* Marvel Ultimate Universe (2000 – 2015) *
Dave’s Note: Important for new readers to know that Marvel in the 2000’s has two primary Universes. You have Earth-616, which is the main continuity that began all the way back in 1961 with Fantastic Four #1 (links below). And then you have the brand new Earth-1610 (the Ultimate Universe) which was launched to reimagine Marvel for the 2000’s (link above). They do not need to be read together, and only rarely cross over!
Marvel Earth-616 (Full Main Universe Continuity)
* Early 2000s Until Avengers Disassembled *
* Avengers Disassembled and Tie-Ins (July 2004 – Jan 2005) *
* When Should I Read Secret War? *
* Comics Getting You From Disassembled to House of M (July 2004 – December 2005) *
* House of M and Tie-Ins (2005) *
* Decimation and Tie-Ins (2006) *
* Comics Getting You From House of M to Civil War (Nov ’05 – July ’06) *
* Read Spider-Man: The Other Crossover *
* What about Marvel Cosmic? (Annihilation Goes Here) *
* Civil War and Tie-Ins (July 2006 – Jan 2007) *
* Comics Getting You From Civil War to Secret Invasion (Dec 2006 – June 2008)
* Read Silent War *
* World War Hulk and Tie-Ins (July 2007 – Jan 2008) *
* World War Hulk: Aftersmash – Red Hulk, Skaar & Hercules *
* X-Men Events Fast Track (2007 to 2012) *
* Secret Invasion and Tie-Ins (June 2008 – Jan 2009) *
* Comics Getting You From Secret Invasion to Dark Reign (June 2008 – Dec 2008) *
* Dark Reign and Tie-Ins (Dec 2008 – Dec 2009) *
* Fall of the Hulks & World War Hulks (Dec 2009 – August 2010) *
* Comics Getting You From Dark Reign to Siege (Dec 2008 to Dec 2009) *
* Siege and Tie-Ins (Dec 2009 – May 2010) *
* Comics Getting You From Siege to the Heroic Age (Jan 2010 – May 2010) *
* The Heroic Age and Tie-Ins (May 2010 – November 2010) *
* Shadowland (Daredevil) and Tie-Ins (July 2010 – Dec 2010) *
* Chaos War and Tie-Ins (Oct 2010 – March 2011) *
* Comics Getting You From Heroic Age to Fear Itself (May 2010 – April 2011) *
*Fear Itself, Shattered Heroes, and Tie-Ins (April 2011 – April 2012) *
* Comics Getting You From Fear Itself to Avengers vs. X-Men (April 2011 – April 2012) *
* Avengers Vs. X-Men and Tie-Ins (April 2012 – Sept 2012) *
* Comics Getting You From Avengers vs. X-Men to Marvel NOW! (April 2012 – October 2012) *
* Marvel NOW! Reading Order (October 2012 – 2015 ) *
Dave’s Note: The Marvel NOW! reading order includes every Marvel comic from AvX Aftermath, Marvel NOW!, All-New Marvel NOW!, and series launched in 2015 leading up to Secret Wars. It is inclusive of below events, and is quite possibly the only guide you’ll ever need. I blacked out for like 3 weeks and this is what happened. I also have a Marvel NOW! fast track for the essentials only.
* Age of Ultron (March 2013 – June 2013) *
* Infinity and Tie-Ins (Aug 2013 – Dec 2013) *
* Original Sin and Tie-Ins (March 2014 – September 2014) *
* Death of Wolverine & Tie-Ins (September 2014 – 2015) *
* Axis and Tie-Ins (September 2014 – December 2014 ) *
* Spider-Verse and Tie-Ins (September 2014 – February 2015) *
* Guardians of the Galaxy & X-Men: The Black Vortex (January 2015 – ) *
* Secret Wars: From The Original to Present Day (1984 – 2015) *
* Secret Wars to Marvel Legacy Fast Track (2015 to 2017) *
Dave’s Note: The All-New All-Different and Marvel Now 2.0 era of Marvel Comics is controversial, divisive, and at the end of the day, just a general downward slope from 2015’s Secret Wars. Nonetheless, there are still very good comics produced during this time, and I’ve provided a link above to the 20 essential reads getting you from Secret Wars to October 2017’s Marvel Legacy!
* All-New All-Different Marvel * (October 2015 – May 2016 )
*Avengers: Standoff!* (Mar 2016 – April 2016)
*X-Men: Apocalypse Wars* (Mar 2016 – June 2016)
* Civil War 2 * (May 2016 – December 2016)
* Spider-Man: Clone Conspiracy (October 2016 – February 2017) *
* Inhumans vs. X-Men (December 2016 – March 2017)
* Marvel Now 2.0 (October 2016 – October 2017 ) *
* Monsters Unleashed (January 2017 – March 2017) *
* Secret Empire (April 2017 – September 2017 ) *
* X-Men: ResurreXion (April 2017 – October 2017 ) *
* Venomverse (July 2017 – October 2017) *
* Generations (July 2017 – October 2017) *
* Marvel Legacy (October 2017 – April 2018) *
* Infinity Countdown + Infinity Wars (February 2018 – December 2018) *
* Marvel Damnation (February 2018 – May 2018) *
* Hunt for Wolverine (Jan 2018 – February 2019) *
* Fresh Start Pt. 1 (May 2018 – 2021) *
* Marvel Fresh Start Fast Track! (May 2018 – ) *
* X-Men Extermination (August 2018 – December 2018) *
* Spider-Geddon (September 2018 – December 2018) *
* Age of X-Man (February 2019 – May 2019) *
* The War of the Realms (April 2019 – July 2019) *
* Hickman X-Men (July 2019 – ) *
* Absolute Carnage (August 2019 – December 2019) *
* Iron Man 2020 (January 2020 – February 2020) *
* Empyre (July 2020 – August 2020 ) *
* X-Men: X of Swords (September 2020 – November 2020) *
* King in Black (December 2020 – February 2021) *
* Reign of X (December 2020 – ) *
* Heroes Reborn (April 2021 – June 2021) *
* Infinite Destinies (Summer 2021) *
* The Last Annihilation (July 2021 – September 2021) *
* X-Men Inferno (September 2021 – December 2021) *
* The Death of Doctor Strange (October 2021 – January 2022) *
* Complete Fresh Start Pt. 2 (2022 – ) *
* Devil’s Reign (January 2022 – April 2022) *
* Reckoning War (February 2022 – July 2022) *
* Judgment Day (May – November 2022) *
* Dark Web (Fall 2022 – Jan 2023 ) *
* Sins of Sinister (January 2023 – April 2023 ) *
* X-Men: Fall of X (May 2023 – ) *
Individual Character/Team Guides
Brian Michael Bendis Marvel-Verse (2000 to 2018)
Donny Cates’ Marvel Universe Reading Order
Hawkeye (Clint Barton, Kate Bishop)
Infinity Trilogy (Gauntlet, War, Crusade)
Jonathan Hickman’s Marvel-Verse (2008 to 2016)
Ms. Marvel (All)
Original Graphic Novels (OGNs)
The X-Men (Modern Era) — Modern X-Men Event Fast Track
The X-Men (Chris Claremont Era)
Notice: Comic Book Herald is not in any way associated with Marvel Comics. The site has never even been to New York. This guide is simply my personal attempt to catalog their materials for avid readers like myself. For official Marvel products and opinions, you can visit their website at Marvel.com.
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Has Marvel’s Outlawed Event been put on hold due to COVID?
For some unknown reason your Miles Morales does not appear in the list and yet you made a reading order:
With the new video game I am sure some people would be interested in him
In the list of all the reading orders find the ultimate spider-man reading order for ultimate universe version of peter parker and miles morales
Oh, Come on! No Sunspot reading order? He’s been all over the place this millennium, Very hard to keep track. New Mutants, Avengers, Atlas, X-Men. Help me, dude.
Try using the Marvel Chronology Project’s chronological listing for that character. It’s easier to open their title key in a separate window so you can make sense out of their abbreviations.
With the new game being just announced, you should make a Miles Morales Reading order 😉
There is one. In the ultimate spider-man reading order
Acts of Evil, a bunch of Marvel 2019 Annuals, just went live on MU. Seems they could be related. Any particular order to read them in? Thanks!!
mark bang says
Optionally New X-Men #114-156 takes place prior to the Avengers Disassembled event and provides a starting point for modern X-Men comics so you may want to read them before moving on to Avengers Disassembled.
I never thought we’d get as many superhero movies as we are getting now. It’s like nerd heaven! This topic is ery interesting so I decided to find more articles about it. This Marvel Comics movies guide I found lists something like five dozen movies all based on Marvel books. Even Men in Black came from Marvel (or a publisher they owned, lol). Check it out here https://comicyears.com/movies/marvel-comics-movies-guide/ , it’s a good read.
Deontae parker says
We gonna need way fuckinh more to cover this fuckig timeline seems big as hell as a reader
Thanks for the reading orders you have created and the thought you put into it. I have started with the first one from 1998 to 2004 and I understand you decided it was not a good starting point for the like of X-Men, Fantastic Four, Defenders and several solo hero runs. Does the rest of the reading order include all the Trade Paper Backs released around the 616 universe or is it always just the most important ones that you have listed?
Also I saw you mention in the comments that certain events were listed in the big cosmic reading order. Does this mean those events are not listed in the general reading order or are all cosmic comics also included in the general reading order?
Thanks for answering my questions.
Kira Stone says
Could you do a list of comics with Singularity? I know she’s kinda new I just don’t know anything about her but she seems really cool and I really want to read something with her in it.
Kira Stone says
And America Chavez as well!!
Hey, im confused on the order of events in Marvel Now 2.0 and onwards. How do they fit between the trades?
Did you ever find a guide on another website?
Oh god! Thank you, exactly what I’ve been looking for for years. Thank you thank you so much.
Any chance of a Black Knight reading order being made?
Concur on this request for Black Knight! Particularly now that Dane is coming to MCU 🙂
The Marvel Chronology Project has a listing for that character. You have to refer to their series title key to know what the abbreviations refer to. They even put flashbacks into chronological sequence.
I don’t know if it was intentional or not but the Marvel NOW! reading order list is now much shorter than it was just a few days ago. I was working my way through it and was just about to get to Axis but now it stops shortly after Inhumanity.
Now it’s even shorter than it was this morning. Ending right after Spider-Man Second Wave.
This should now be updated. Thanks for the heads up!
I was wondering if the events of the Marvel Cosmic reading order are included in the main timeline reading order or if they’re completely their own separate thing.
Brian Lawyer says
I’m confused on the timeline. I don’t have a big comic book collection but I do have all four sets of marvel cards from 1990 to 1993 that I generally refer to for my facts on MCU. According to all those cards, all the major marvel movies in the past 18 years were all rooted in comics mostly from the 60s-80s. For example, the fight against Ultron, X-men versus sentinels, Apocalypse, iron man, etc. when I look at the stats for when these all occured in the comics its back in 1965 or 1985, etc. So on this list above that says these all occured in the comics in the 2000’s, did marvel rewrite all their comics again to coincide with movie releases? .
Infinity War Hype says
Hey Dave. I really love the comics, and have been following ur complete marvel reading order for a while. Im in the section right before Civil War.
My question is when is the multiverse established?i dont really get it that much, and the stuff with Captain Britain in House of M was so hard to understand. There also r multiple universes that some of the comics specifically focus on, so I was wondering where to find out how this all works better. Help would be much appreciated. Thx.
As someone who only got into comics recently I’ve been reading through most of this wonderful reading order for the past couple of years, the exceptions being the Cosmic and Ultimate comics. I figured I’d go back and read them separately once I finally catch up to the most recent stuff in Marvel Unlimited. But I’m now almost up to the 2015 Secret Wars and from what I understand of the premise I’m wondering whether it would be best to stop reading once I hit the event, then go back and read the Cosmic and Ultimate stuff before continuing. Any thoughts?
Glad you’ve been enjoying the CBH guides! I recommend reading core Ultimate Universe issues in my lead up to Secret Wars, so I fully endorse that plan. Marvel Cosmic is 1) great and 2) referenced in a number of the Secret Wars tie-ins, so I’d encourage checking out that saga before moving on as well!
How many comics are there for marvel
And sorry for my bad English
Hey, man I like your blog it has most of the staff that I look for. I was hoping you could help me with a reading order of ” the sentry” that I could follow and where I might find them.
Thanks for this guide and do we have to read marvel knights
Love the site! Invaluable resource. Any chance for a Scarlet Witch reading guide?
Can someone explain to me why the characters from the original comic books from the 1960’s, like Iron Man, Hawkeye, Black Widow, etc. aren’t like, in their 80’s now? They should be old.
Jayden Sullivan says
Time works differently in marvel. An entire event, which can take a year to publish in real life might only take a couple days or weeks. And recently in marvel two-in-one they re-established the timeline, so that all the 60s comics took place in the late 90s
I’ve been reading comics since the late 1980s – mostly Marvel well, primarily Marvel), and I stopped in the early 2000s after I got married. I’ve had Marvel Unlimited for a little over a year now and have read a lot so far. I love your reading guide.
Just a quick question: I understand that Marvel Unlimited now has over 20K comics there, but that also that is not even nearly half of the comics Marvel has every released in its 75+ years (at least I think it is not nearly half). Do you know how many comics Marvel has published over the years? I’ve been searching on Google and have found some good discussions that attempt to address it, but is not actually addressed. So, I thought maybe you might know or point me in that right direction. LOL.
Who would win between Jean Grey (respectively between her in omega mutant, dark phoenix, and white phoenix form), Scarlet Witch and Doctor Strange.
Dave, could you do a noir world reading order (if there is one)?
Yup! I’m also very interested in it. Heroes from that world seem to pop up outside the “XYZ Noir” series and it’s confusing to track down.
Yup! I’m also very interested in it. Heroes from that world seem to pop up outside the main series and it’s confusing to track down.
Infinity War Hype says
Yah listen to us Dave. This would b very helpful
For starters, you have made probably the most comprehensive way to read comics that I’ve ever seen, and you’re doing wonders for helping everyone get caught up with the vast history of Marvel. I just had one concern:
After Secret Invasion and Dark Reign, you stop doing the “Comics to read between…” pages and started just doing events. I realize by this point that events don’t have a lot of space between them, but by doing this, I can’t seem to find the rest of Hickman’s Fantastic Four run, a lot of the Spidey Brain Trust stuff, and the Dan Slott Spidey run on the main list. Would you consider adding these runs and any I’m forgetting?
has anyone made this at any stage into a spreadsheet? i would be interested in having it in that format if anyone has done that.
As far as I know, no. But it has been made into trello, link is somewhere in the comments.
if u use comicrack i made a reading list of the complete Marvel run that dave made.
I really appreciated what you do here – it’s awesome.
I just wanted to clarify something – is the Marvel NOW section of the reading order skippable if you plan on reading all the following groups? Because there is some overlap (as you have stated), and I was just wondering if the best option is to read JUST Marvel NOW and then skip to Secret Wars OR skip Marvel NOW then read all the following groups (Age of Ultron, Infinity, Original Sin etc.)?
All events between AvX and Secret Wars are also included within the Marvel NOW! order. Personally, I’d recommend checking out the Marvel NOW! order and then proceeding to Secret Wars.
Enjoy the comics!
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Hey Dave, I was wondering if you could do a 1961-2000 marvel reading order (only counting good 90s comics). It would really help me. Thank you!
You should check out the My Marvelous Year guides. We just read comics from ’61 through 1999 🙂 Starting 2000 in Jan ’17.
Thank you! It helped a lot.
What I’ve decided to do is follow your essential 25 stories from 1961-2000 and then read the modern marvel. I think after that I may go back and read the MMY stuff that I haven’t read. Do you think this is a good idea?
Never Mind. I’m doing just the My Marvelous Year stuff
I’m just getting into comics after wanting to since I was like 15 years old (never did because it’s just so intimidating, though I did have what I thought was a decent collection when I was younger, and always loved easy to start series like Preacher, Watchmen, etc. but the superhero stuff is so hard to jump into for someone with completionist OCD like myself). Now that technology has made it so I don’t need to scour for paper copies of tens of thousands of issues just to get some sense of what’s going on in any given storyline, I’m taking the dive…. Your website is a life saver, I don’t have any sense of where to start, so having reading orders for so many characters, series, events, etc. is helpful beyond words. Thanks so much for taking the time to do this, and making it easier for new fans like myself to get into comics. Without your guides I’d never have found a way to get into comics again, thank you.
You should also check out this one for a more complete chronology https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Marvel_Universe_Reading_Order
I wanted to say your reading order is being very useful so far and it has gotten me into reading Marvel Comics, so thanks for that.
However, I found a few mistakes in your issue by issue reading order and after reading I’m pieceing together a new list, which includes lots of issues you left out, corrects some issues placed wrong, and includes everything, straight and numbered.
I’m wondering if you would like to know about some of the corrections I’ve made, I’d love to share it and maybe you could tell me if there was a reason for those issues being out of order
I’m probably gonna sound like the most idiotic person on the face of the earth, but which series do you think would be best to start with? I’m assuming it is mentioned in this guide but I’m totally lost, as I am a teen who has never read a single marvel comic ever (since I didn’t have access to them when I was younger). I have a basic knowledge of the marvel universe through the movies and reading a couple things (I know the movies are loosely based, but I’ve read up on a couple of things here and there) But I want to start with the series that makes the most sense to start with. Either current or from some of the older comics. Thanks.
Not a bad question at all.
There’s so much that’s happened/happening, so much tied in, that it’s near-impossible to pick one place on the Marvel timeline to start. Just go with your favorite character, as far back as you can. Or the original Civil War, which set the stage for Secret Invasion and Dark Reign. More recent, probably Infinity and the things (mostly Avengers and Illuminati keyed) that led to Time Runs Out. Or jump back when and where you feel inspired or have questions why somehting is happening or what happened when (I’m following about 10 catch-up paths right now, shouldn’t have been Marvel-idle for 30 years!). Or follow any of CBH’s (Dave’s) magnificent trails and suggestions — there are a lot of columns here on where to begin and why. I was lucky: The first Marvel I read was “The Wedding of Reed and Sue” and that started me on figuring out the answer to that etrnal question: Who are all these people?
I’d go with Avengers Dissasembled.
Chris Burns says
My recommendation on where to start if you’re fairly new to comics: Spider-Man: Brand New Day, starting with Amazing Spider-Man #546. It gives you 100+ issues of really good modern Spider-Man stories that don’t require any prior knowledge of the Marvel Universe.
Aside from that, it just depends on the character or what you’re interested in. The Modern Avengers starts with Disassembled and gives you a really solid backbone to the Marvel Universe from 2005-2015 if you follow the reading lists found here. It’s a good place to start because you’ll understand what’s going on in the wider Marvel universe when you’re reading solo books.
I’d HIGHLY recommend a subscription to Marvel Unlimited. $9.99 a month (or $69 for a year) gets you a MASSIVE library of 20,000+ digital Marvel comics. It’s got basically every Marvel comic you could ever want to read (excluding stuff that’s newer than 6 months).
Hey man amazing work! I’m just getting back into comics after 30+ years ad you ave aided me greatly.
Any chance we will see a Spider-Woman reading order list with a heads up of the most recent events?
Always a possibility if I see enough demand 🙂
Spider-Woman a bit tricky right now, especially with the majority of the early Claremont work missing in MU. Hoping this changes soon!
My Name is Quinn and Im 15 years old. I have always loved marvel movies and after watching 20 or so marvel superhero movies in a week I felt a push to start reading the comics. Under the belief that the marvel universe was one big continuity I set out to find more information and was completely overwhelmed. I found this website which has been quite helpful but im wondering If someone could give me some more information. What is or isn’t considered canon? What series are cannon and how do they connect to each other. Why do so many events have reading orders that jump from series to series?
Thank you to all.
Another question I forgot to ask was why do some issues of comics have things on the cover like “house of M’ or “civil war II” and not have it in the title of the issue and then in later issues the “house of M” is not on the cover?
Hi Quinn, thanks for the comment. Welcome to comics!
I imagine you don’t intend this, but ‘canon’ across either DC or Marvel is actually a pretty loaded question.
The glorious history of superhero comic book universes is a double-edged sword, in that it offers more breadth and depth than any artistic medium, and it’s also confusing as #$$%#!####gocubs!@#*#&.
Very, very broadly speaking, Marvel ‘canon’ begins with Fantastic Four #1 in November, 1962 (technically that’s not even right, but I’m willing to incur the wrath of the original human torch loons in the crowd), and proceeds unfettered to present day.
By ‘unfettered’, I really mean “constantly fettered,” with any number of retcons, editorial mandates, and just flat-out time shaking up the status quo over the course of 50+ years.
Like… Marvel Comics are older than MY DAD, and he walked with the Dinosaurs. That’s a lot of history!
Ultimately, here’s how I approach the question of canon: It’s whatever the heck you want it to be.
Now, there are certain stories, or comics, that clearly exist outside the standard Marvel Universe continuity. For example, Spider-Man: Reign is set in a (potentially) alternate future.
The same is true for a series like Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane, which reimagines the Spider-Man mythos as a perpetual high school drama.
How will you know if a series falls within “standard” Marvel continuity? Much like porn in Washington D.C., you’ll know it when you see it. Generally speaking, the Comic Book Herald reading orders will make a note if a book falls outside standard continuity. Naturally, I recommend you follow the guides for an easier path.
Boy that’s confusing. The most important lesson, at the end of this and every day, is to enjoy the comics!
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to launch myself out of a cannon.
Where would X-Men Second Coming and Schism be?
Help me out please?
Can I get the reading order for Loki? 🙂
Just wanted to thank you for this amazing information. I stopped reading comics back in the early 70″s except for occasional trades. I’m old enough (61) that I remember buying and reading X-Men from issue #1 back in early 60’s . In the last 2 days I have read the Inhumans run and 30 issues of Deadpool, following your guide and I love it. I hope to introduce my 10 year old grandson to this new world while he’s out of school this summer. Once again, thank you!
That’s awesome, I’m glad you like the site, and hope your grandson is a comic book convert soon!
Enjoy the comics!
I love your lists especially the character/team guides. Is it possible to create a Namor guide?
Thanks! Possible but may take me a while. In the meantime:
The 60s Lee and Kirby Fantastic Four. Must read for any marvellite, and Namor is the most frequently recurring character not named Doctor Doom.
New Avengers: Illuminati and the Hickman run on New Avengers leading up to Secret Wars. This is modern Namor as I know him!
Thanks, Dave 🙂
Will we see a Scarlet Witch or Vision reading order?
Hi Im looking for a novel not with pictures but a novel in form say like Lord of the Rings. The reason is I want to visualize what Im reading. I also want to read a see how the marvel universe all intertwines vs watching the movies along with getting more detail about everything. Yes watching the movies is great but I’m looking to read about it and as I said not looking for graphic novel. Any help be awesome
There are a number of good books like you seek. Known as prose novels. Most come in paperback. Hard to find in bookstores or comics shops, not worth it for them to carry. But check your local library (surprsiing what you can find there!) or Amazon. I’d recommend the novelization of Secret Wars. Also recent ones about Avengers, Ant-Man and Deadpool. Older ones on X-Men, Spider-Men, Iron Man, etc. Have come out in the past under Marvel Press, Marvel Books and many other publishers like Bantam. Might Wiki for an easy list of prose novels (list of novels based on comics), which will also point you to DC and other characters. I still prefer Robert E. Howard’s Conans best of all… Let me know if you want more info!
Awesome thanks Dave and Shamanalix
There’s a Marvel Civil War prose novel by Stuart Moore. I also love The Chaos Engine Trilogy if you’re prepared for some completely crazy X Men/Marvel U alternate realities.
Here’s the link to Marvel prose novels (as provided me by Marvel CS, but I already had it, was just asking them why they didn’t have a list on their webpages, especially of ones planned this year). Supposed to be a brand new (April) one about Captain America you might ask your bookstore about, and a couple more later this year.
Hi there! I’m new to reading marvel comics…by new I mean I haven’t started yet :/ I’ve been doing tons of research to try to figure out how I should go about starting, and this site has been such a huge help to get sense of what I’m about to get myself into! Now that I have a better feel for how all of this works and the different ways I can go about this, there are only a couple of things I don’t understand. The Complete Marvel Reading Order Guide mentions that Secret Wars should be read after Disassembled but before House of M, however Secret Wars is also recommended to be read after Marvel NOW!…I guess my confusion is in regard to what exactly is Marvel NOW! is. I’m intrigued because it seems like it might be a reboot and the most appropriate place to start for new readers, but the fact that it is supposed to be read after AvX and before Secret Wars makes me wonder if it isn’t a reboot but instead a continuation of modern Marvel and the Earth 616 universe, and if it’s a continuation then I feel like I should start from the pre-Disassembled guide 1 to get the full story for the 616 universe. So what is Marvel NOW! exactly and what would be the consequences of starting with it as apposed to starting with Guide 1?
Maravel NOW! was just a marketing label to indicate a new starting point with new creative teams on most series as a way to attract new readers. It was not the beginning of a new continuity or fictional chronology.
If you want to read everything in order, in terms of the fictional chronology, not when issues were published, this lists everything in sequence https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Marvel_Universe_Reading_Order_Part_1
I would like to request a Green Goblin (and the various incarnations, e.g. “Hobgoblin”) reading order please
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Your focus ought to be on keywords that are popular among searchers.
With the right keywords you are off to a running beginning;
with the wrong keywords you may also start
over since you will not victory the race. Once you have found some high volume keywords you can start planning your website structure and styles.
There are a number of totally free keyword devices that
you can make use of to create relevant keywords for your website.
The biggest factor that people wish to outsource this part of
their online marketing is because they don’t believe they can do it themselves or they don’t have time.
Talk Blend is a company that markets the principle of
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They likewise have a quality advertising and media staff to
provide customized services. They’ve now been in business
for several years and seem financially sound. Added to all that
their response time to their associates and customers is fairly personable and extremely excellent.
I believe everybody knows that it is not essential to obtain a prescription internet marketing for fish oil nor does it have to be FDA
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The 2nd thing to do is to obtain into the practice of pinging your blog site to the various directory sites each time you make an upgrade.
I make use of two services to do this. One is Pingomatic and the other
is King Ping. The reason I make use of two is due to the fact that every once
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Then APR is an issue, if you are in the position of carrying a balance on your card.
Shop for the most affordable APR you can find. Lots of companies provide cards in the single digits.
Comparing cards and companies is the only method to get the very best bargain. Enjoy your mailbox to
discover offers. Charge card companies have actually slowed their advertising down in this area, however by some estimates will still send over 8.5 billion mail pieces.
These ad pieces will usually have an introductory offer. It
will usually be a low offer, however will certainly enhance after a
certain period. Check the yearly fee on these offers too.
Why no Ms. Marvel/Carol Danvers character guide? 🙁
Tarja Hietala says
Hey, I was wondering if you had or could do an Individual Character/Team Guide of sorts for Victor Von Doom? What comics should I read to get his story from his very beginning to present? I’d really appreciate an article on that. Should I just read some Fantastic four issues? which ones? Anything really Doom centric so far?