One of the over-looked mini-series from 2000 gets a first time collection in January in the form of Avengers Two: Wonder Man and Beast by Roger Stern and Mark Bagley.
Terrificon completed its impressive run at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut this Sunday, finishing up a weekend chock full of special guests, artists, and vendors.
Dan Slott appropriately ends his “four” year run on Fantastic Four this August, wrapping up his final storyline, “Reckoning War”, with issue #46 on August 24.
Venom’s little brother Carnage hasn’t been hotter since 1992, so the brain trust at Marvel decided it was high time for the red alien’s very first Epic Collection to hit the stands!
The latest Venom Epic Collection captures the inevitable transformation to hero, although there were plenty of bumps in the road for the original symbiote.
The majority of the stories take place between 1992 and 1994, focusing on the “return” of Peter Parker’s parents in the “Pursuit” and the story that gives this collection its title, “LifeTheft”, which features a powered-up Vulture.